The Body Code
Have you ever considered how much of your mind you use each day? The answer is approximately 5%. Just like an iceberg, the remaining 95% of the mind is hidden but functions as a computer busily gathering and storing vast amounts of both perceived and unperceived information swirling about you each nanosecond of your day. Your subconscious mind knows what your body needs to get well and be happy.
Everything in the universe is made of energy. On a quantum level, your body and even the chair you're sitting on are not solid, but consist of constantly vibrating dynamic energy. Is it difficult then to believe that you are greatly influenced by the power (energy) of your own thoughts and those of others that you come in contact with? What about your emotions? Do they often shape your day in ways that you wish you could overcome? Healers in both Ancient Chinese and Ayurvedic (Indian) medicine have understood for centuries that imbalances in the way energy flows through or is blocked in your body greatly influences your health. These stuck energies very often prevent you from achieving the healing you sincerely desire.
A Certified Body Code Practitioner understands how to identify and correct or clear these imbalances which are caused by emotional or physical traumas, both remembered and forgotten, which have become lodged in various parts of the body.
The 6 components of the Body Code include:
CIRCUITRY (organs, glands, chakras, meridians)
ENERGIES (emotional, mental, post-traumatic, offensive)
NUTRITIONAL (foods, nutrients, herbs, ph imbalance)
PATHOGENS (viruses, bacteria, mold, fungi, parasites)
STRUCTURAL (muscles, bones, nerves, connective tissues)
TOXICITY (heavy metals. chemicals, EMF's)
Your Conscious Mind
Your Subconscious Mind
The Body Code was developed by Dr. Bradley Nelson as a method to ask your subconscious mind specific "yes" and "no" questions and receive answers in much the same way as a lie detector. When a question is asked about your body, an automatic electrical response occurs in the body’s muscles. The strong response indicates truth or a "yes". Weakness indicates a lie or "no". This can be seen and felt every day. How does a child react when giving a not so truthful answer? He or she will usually squirm a bit. Their subconscious is involuntarily demonstrating a falsehood using their muscle response. How does it feel when you don't tell the truth? Do you find it difficult to make and keep eye contact? Do you shift your weight as if you can't stay still? What about when you speak the truth? You stand straight and can look the other person in the eye.