Do You Have Any Trapped Emotions?

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Trapped Emotions
Many people today are tired of using prescription medication to mask their physical and emotional pain.

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If this is true for you, please keep reading.

I have a great passion for alternative healing, and have over 20 years of experience. I am a Naturopathic Doctor, Life Coach and an Emotional Release Practitioner. Emotional Releases have greatly enhanced the outcomes for my patients in record time.

Emotion Code

I don’t think there is anyone out there who hasn't struggled at some point and time with their feelings. Do you find yourself looking back into the past, wishing you had accomplished more, or done things differently? Do you often have a feeling of being unsettled or stuck, but you can't quite put your finger on it? It's possible that you have unresolved and unprocessed emotions tucked away in your subconscious mind.

We tend to bury our pain very deeply. If you don’t think about it, or you numb it in some way, you may think it goes away. Unfortunately, unresolved emotional pain or trauma hangs around in your subconscious mind, and affects the way you perceive your experiences. In my field, this is called a trapped emotion.

A way has been developed by Dr. Brad Nelson, to easily release these trapped emotions. He is a valuable pioneer in the field of energy medicine, or energy psychology. It was an honor to learn this valuable skill from him personally. This technique has greatly increased the effectiveness of my coaching work.

Below is a list of the many benefits of emotional release sessions.

•Improved Self Esteem
•Grief and Anger management
•The ability to make Better Decisions
•An increased sense of Peace
•Leave bad relationships and start Healthy Relationships
•Gain the Courage to stand up for yourself
•Calming Anxiety and Depression

I hope this gives you a better understanding of the Emotion Code. For more detailed information visit our web site at www.candidcoachingservices.com.

I welcome your thoughts and comments.

Danice Akiyoshi ND

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My name is Danice Akiyoshi and I am an author, Naturopathic doctor, life coach, wife, and mother. I live in Southern California with my husband, youngest son, and chocolate Labrador. Writing is my lifelong passion and I enjoy adding a little more romance to the world. I am a "Die Hard" fan of the Anaheim Ducks. My husband and I are also big fans of the Angels baseball team, also located in Anaheim. Together, we have four children that we love deeply, who are thankfully, are all young adults! Outside of California, Maui is my favorite romantic hot spot. I am always on the lookout for interesting details to add to my novels and short stories. I am looking forward to celebrating the second half of my life.

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  1. As someone with Bipolar Disorder, I unfortunately will me on some form of prescription meds the rest of my life but have been interested in the possibility of alternative medicine like acupuncture, which is offered at my therapist’s office, to see if it would at least reduce my anxiety. I don’t know if you’ve heard of “functional medicine” and it may coincide with the physician you recommended but I did extensive research on its rapid evolution in the medical community. It claims it has actually CURED those with mental disorders, among other chronic illnesses. They say everything happens for a reason that I was assigned to cover this functional medicine topic mainly for chronic illness and my mom suffers for a long time now with those issues like fibromyalgia. But unfortunately, I think she’s too used and possibly addicted to her pain meds to take make any drastic lifestyle changes which is a large part of the functional med program.

    You google functional medicine and find the organization’s homepage that has a wealth of information from how it was started, principles behind the concept, ect. Worth a read I think and I’ll be sure to check out the doctor you referred to in your article as well.

    I’d love for you to check out some of my articles related to anxiety disorders and increasing self-esteem. My most recent is a bit off topic on basically sprucing up your home for the holidays on a limited budget. You can find it here if interested https://www.projecteve.com/9-interior-decorating-ideas-to-transform-your-home-before-christmas/

    I look forward to reading more of your posts!

    Kelly