Have you ever been injured emotionally?
Have you ever felt that emotional heaviness in your chest like your heart was breaking?
The heart is the centre of your being. In fact, research now indicates that the heart may be a second brain, a brain more powerful than the one on top of your shoulders. A brain that is fully activated when you are giving and receiving pure love and acts of pure, unselfish devotion. It is through our heart that we give and receive love.
But our hearts are vulnerable to emotional injury. Sometimes trapped emotions are created in the body, and sometimes these trapped emotions lodge in the heart area.
Since all things are nothing but pure energy by their very nature, a trapped emotion is no different, and consists of pure energy.
Well, sometimes your subconscious mind will take that extra energy that is now in the heart area, and it will literally make a ‘wall’ with it. Why? To protect your heart from injury; to keep your heart from being totally broken.
I believe that Heart Walls affect us in two ways. First, they block the heart energy from flowing through the body; this makes it more difficult for the body to heal itself, and can cause physical symptoms, particularly in the neck, upper back and shoulders. Second, they block us from fully opening our hearts to others.
In essence, a Heart Wall will make you numb to others and make it more difficult for you to feel emotions and connect to others. When you realize that the mind puts the heart wall up to protect us in the first place, it all makes sense, but if you have a Heart Wall, you will have a harder time being able to give and receive love freely.
When the Heart Wall is removed from the body, the difference can sometimes be felt immediately. At other times, the change is more subtle and takes place over time. When trapped emotions and Heart-Walls are released, people sometimes say it’s like they can finally feel again. They can give and receive love freely for the first time in a long time.
A video about the Heart Wall (approx. 6 minutes) :
‘In every culture and in every medical tradition before ours, healing was accomplished by moving energy’
Albert Szent-Gyorgyl, Nobel Laureate in Medicine