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Summary: Bradley Nelson's The Emotion Code

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This is a summary of Bradley Nelson's The Emotion Code.

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Trapped nonsense

Trapped Nonsense can make you buy an audiobook your commonsense tells you will be a waste of time but this can be revered and cured.Step 1 , write a critical reviw, step 2, return it, this will redress a psychologicand and financial imbalance. Step 3, delete it from all your devices, cure complete.

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  • EL BUILDER
  • 14-10-18

awesome how to summary for applying energy work

this little summary really cuts to the chase for applying energy work to heal people and even animals.
I wish the entire book was on audible.

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  • Julie Deshner
  • 30-10-18

needed this at this point in my life.

I needed this book at this point in my life. I've been struggling and it's help me learn how to release trapped emotions

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  • Janice Teddy
  • 06-04-19

Amazing book. Horrible narrator!

This book is very good, but the narrator is blah! He sounds like a computer at times and made the entire book sound like a run-on sentence!

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  • Eunice Wegener
  • 27-06-18

interesting

i would like to have pictures explaining how to do it. it will be interesting to try out the techniques.

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  • Ww
  • 27-02-19

Just a look

This was a very good summary to give me an idea what all the excitement about the E- motion code is about ... ...I've decided I REALLY want to look into it more based on this summary !

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  • Colleen Krause
  • 07-02-19

Only summary

I thought I was getting whole book please change my order
I needed entire book not 3 chapters

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  • Rebecca S.
  • 13-01-19

far out

The subconscious mind is legitimate. As are magnetic fields but a horse not being able to urinate because of a trapped emotion of seeing a bird fall? Or the heart muscle having a mind? The heart is an organ, like skin. Yes, it's made of cells & energy but it doesn't have it's own mind. This author isnt using "heart" in a figurative manner. Ridiculous book & teaching. I got it after watching E motion as the author was one of the interviewees. The movie/documentary was good but this book...save your money.

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