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Imagine a world where the trapped emotions, fears, anxieties and unprocessed life experiences we hold in our bodies are the source of everything that ails us. That's the world we live in. Now imagine a world where everyone is manifesting from their heart the perfect creation that's inside each of us.
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Frazer Bailey
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Ty HungerfordLauren Jackson
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Justin Lyons
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4.2 out of 5 stars

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Stargazer66Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Hurting? Struggling? Depressed? Learn real tools to overcome negative emotions NOW!
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WOW. I've watched this 5 times in 24 hours! It's a bit slow to start, but hang tight. Halfway through, these experts share specific techniques (that you can use immediately on yourself) they use with patients to clear/transform negative feelings and emotions, such as: grief, sadness, depression, shame, guilt, unworthiness, abandonment, lack of love/feeling unlovable, anger and more. Also, chronic illnesses these experts say are caused by negative feelings: low back pain caused by feeling unsupported; putting on weight because you feel small/someone belittles you or otherwise makes you feel small. Gaining weight is the subconscious literally making you larger so you will be "seen" and/or not feel small around someone. I mentioned those two (of many illnesses mentioned) because they both apply to me. It was an "A-ha" moment and it makes perfect sense! My chronic low back pain started at age 17, I'm 53 now. I know exactly from whom I feel unsupported and who makes me feel small. Now I have tools to banish those emotions & reclaim my health! I don't have to confront these family members, I have to forgive them and change the way I react to them.
Releasing or transforming all of these common negative emotions and living from a place of fear and lack, instead of joy and abundance are about the person experiencing the negative feelings (me or you). This is not about blaming other people. It's about taking responsibility for your negative feelings, using one or more of the methods provided and HEALING YOURSELF--spirit, mind and body.
After the first view, I went to 33mins/about halfway and re-watched the techniques, wrote them down, and I can hit pause while I do whatever number of repetitions are needed to clear that emotion/experience.
As another reviewer noted, there are products you can buy from these doctors & therapists. I found many of them uploaded to Google with a simple search, so you can obtain some materials without buying. For now, I'm satisfied with the progress I'm making just from using this video.
I sincerely hope this will be as helpful to you as it has been so far to me. I'm clear that places where the hurt runs deep may require a lot of repetitions, maybe multiple techniques to truly free myself. I think it's good to manage your expectations, in that respect.
I wish you all healing, peace, joy, abundance and FREEDOM! Good luck & God bless you!
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Doctor ZeroReviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Junk science documentary that seems to be trying to sell you something
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This video appears to be an extended infomercial for the "Emotion Code" (tm) and "Wellness Unmasked Inc." There. I just saved you a chunk of your life.

Now you can at least decide if watching this is an investment you really want to make!

The bulk of the first half is the usual new-age word salad dressed up to sound like science. Well, not sound like science, but they did keep using the word science over and over, like some sort of magical invocation.

Here is a rule you can use: when people say things like "some scientists did a study" or "they did a study" or "science shows" then — whether or not there is actually a study — the presentation you are hearing is not scientific. Actual scientific presentations, even those for general audiences, will at least name the researchers and usually give you enough specific information to track the original research down. In this video, that is almost never done. Almost.

Which brings me to an exception: the late Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer (around the 9 minute mark). One of the few specific references in the video is to the work of this (former) Dr. Hamer. (I call him former because he lost his license in 1986 for malpractice.) He generated a complex theory of CT scans based on a phenomenon known by radiologists as a "ring artifact" — a well-established imaging error in brain scans. (I would include a link here but Amazon seems to stop those, so look up "CT ring artifact" on radiopaedia dot org or any of a dozen other reliable sources on radiology.) In short, something that is well-understood as a problem with CT images is dressed up as a new, unfounded, and unsupported belief system. Other aspects of Dr. Hamer's pseudoscientific beliefs are readily searchable online with links to reliable news and medical sources. I would include them here except Amazon seems to delete my links. Given that this work seems to be presented as one basis for this system, it might be worth considering what the larger medical community has to say about it.

After the pseudoscientific babble, there is a quick diversion into techniques: a "muscle test" at about the 39 minute mark and the use of their copyrighted "emotion code" chart at about 43 minutes. (They also show a finger test somewhere — it shows up repeatedly but I cannot recall where it is introduced directly; it may not be.)

Basically these are both a specialized form of dowsing, dressed up to be "scientific." As someone who studies psychosomatic medicine, I am happy to say that dowsing could have some value for probing the unconscious aspects of psychological problems, but the level of pseudoscience that is used to justify this is so overwhelming that I would recommend someone interested in this look elsewhere for more reliable information.

Junk science documentary trying to sell you a psychological system.

Enter at your own risk.
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Raja_BReviewed in the United States on March 11, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Superb movie, a must-watch
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I am an MD, Board Certified in Internal Medicine, and in my opinion this movie is superb. I have been truly dismayed by how psychiatry is now a drug based industry and not even a profession. The 15 minute visits involve dealing with drugs, then the side effects, then adding drugs to combat the side effects, or switching to some other drugs. That is it. This movie gives such deep insight into our suppressed emotions. And these emotions perpetuate themselves. Anita Moorjani, who experienced a near death experience, teaches us that deep seated fear and anxieties make us prone to cancer, which she had and miraculously recovered from. A link to her book: https://www.amazon.com/Dying-Be-Me-Journey-Healing/dp/1401937535/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2HEOXKHXC4LUJ&keywords=dying+to+be+me+anita+moorjani&qid=1552266522&s=gateway&sprefix=anita+mo%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-1
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K. PetersenReviewed in the United States on April 6, 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
Concepts are on target but it seems like the filmmakers don't want you to heal
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I rarely leave reviews but everyone is giving it either 5 or 1 so I figured my opinion of 3 might be helpful. This film appeared to me to be interviewing wonderful people with good ideas, then twisting the message into something less positive and utterly unattainable to someone new to the concepts.

These speakers offer the premise that your inner thoughts and feelings can energetically affect the outer life experiences offered to us. Sorry 1-star reviewers but it isn't 1995; that's not considered pseudoscience anymore. Check out the latest discoveries in the world of particle physics, the proof you need is right in front of you. What you think about, you bring about. Duh. So as the film does seemingly correctly state, if you can clear negative self-talk from these "trapped emotions" the outer world can offer you more positive experiences. Like attracts like.

That said, the film DOES immediately play itself like pseudobabble. There's a quote about positive emotions being "1000 times" stronger than negative. Umm, literally, really? No, of course not! Why would you say that if you are really trying to help people open up and understand this stuff? I immediately felt like the film was funded by someone who actually thinks this stuff IS pseudoscience.

Why would a film supposedly dedicated to these concepts spend the first half being so negative? Everyone's basically like, "you're giving yourself cancer" and in all my years studying this, I've never seen it supported that you should point out how unhealthy people are, then offer to fix it. That's more like emotional abuse. I don't blame the interviewees, I think the filmmakers are either very new to the concept or they're just not actually trying to help the viewer to heal.

About halfway in, we the viewers are taught in under a minute how to muscle test and then another few seconds are spent showing a chart with a trademarked name, and told "this is how to heal trapped emotions." The chart flashed so quickly I had to go back and pause it, only to find the image was still kind of blurry! It felt like the filmmakers did not actually wanted me to understand.

I've been successfully muscle testing for 15 years and I initially found the exercise challenging to keep up with. I went online and printed the chart, watched it a third time, and all was good. Turns out IS a super simple emotional release technique that I'll hang onto and show to others. Like Body Talk but much simple for a layperson. That's why the film gets any stars at all, because otherwise it really does rank as one of the worst films of its type that I've ever seen.
23 people found this helpful
CrowCandyReviewed in the United States on March 16, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Dangerous misinformation included, cites a criminal, anti-Semite quack as a source.
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There is a lot of dangerous suggestions in this film that you can attribute all kinds of disease and health issues to stress from unprocessed emotions, and implications that you can 'heal' medical problems without actual medical intervention. DO NOT take that as truth or you may find yourself more ill or dying from something that could otherwise be treated with real medical intervention.

In the first quarter of the film they reference 'this amazing, cutting edge doctor, Dr. Hamer' and make claims that emotional disruption of the body, an 'energy field' at the molecular level, is what causes all illness including cancer. I didn't have to look far to find this 'Hamer', Ryke Geerd Hamer, an EX-physician who had his license to practice revoked in 1986 for malpractice because he was putting patients in danger by discouraging them from seeking actual medical treatment for their cancer. Oh and also he is an anti-semetic conspiracy theorist who thinks actual medical science is jewish conspiracy against non-jews. So, we're off to a 'great' start as soon as this piece of junk references him.

The thing is, the concept that unprocessed emotion causing stress responses in people when they recall traumatic events is a real thing, and actually the basis for EMDR treatment which helps a lot of people in therapy with actual medical professionals trained to help people overcome and heal from trauma. It seems like this is a film made to sell you junk 'science' and new age alternative "Medicine" that has latched on to SOME solid concepts from actual areas of research in mental health.

Instead of watching this, you should go research EMDR.
I recommend reading Getting Past Your Past: Take Control of Your Life with Self-Help Techniques from EMDR Therapy by Francine Shapiro.
5 people found this helpful
Mai VuesReviewed in the United States on May 5, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Toxic Waste!
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This program introduced me to the idea that 90% of all human and animal suffering is caused by toxic emotional energy in the cells that originated in the subconscious mind as a result of Western Civilization not handling emotions correctly! This, of course, is why people believe that Western medicine is working! People take pills instead of dealing with emotions that eventually cause cancer! The delicious naive and crackpot theories being woven together is fantastic! Eat an orange and a pineapple together and you'll see healing manifest in the horse who was in trapped emotional upset about the baby birds! Sweep a magnet over the governing meridian!
LOLOL
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SpaceFuzzReviewed in the United States on September 15, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Starts off with believable and true science, but by half-way, goes into crackpot theories
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The first half talks about how emotions (particularly negative) manifest in disease. Yes, this has been scientifically proven. People who have negative beliefs about their situation will become sick, or take much longer to recover from illness or injury. There's a few mentions of crackpot theories in the beginning, like negative emotions manifest at the atomic level as "chaotic atoms," which form together into "chaotic molecules," which form into disease. Whatever.
But by the half-way point, they're claiming you can ask yourself questions and get subconscious answers by tugging at your linked fingers or pushing down on your arm. Then to clear your "uncovered negative emotion" that you just discovered, just sweep a magnet over your head. Yeah, that's where I'm stopping the video.
3 people found this helpful
AaronReviewed in the United States on October 15, 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
Poor Pop-Culture Theory
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Intriguing but weak and even dangerous theory:

Setting aside doubts temporarily to give it the benefit of the doubt, this could only apply to autoimmune disorders, cancers, and psychological illnesses. External injuries and pathogens are not the result of internal emotions.

A compound open fracture or HIV are not from within but rather from without. The former may be caused by another’s poor choices linked to negative emotions or natural disasters in an impersonal universe. The latter is a virus with unconscious evolutionary motives of its own.

Further, internally caused illnesses show up whether the person represses OR openly expresses the pain. It makes no difference.

Bottom line: reality very poorly matches this theory. It’s not to say there is nothing here to learn, but it’s not a scientifically serious theory, and it could end up causing the victim of the illness to blame himself, and worse, others to blame and ostracize him, which can lead to fatal consequences for someone already very ill.

I have a friend who has more grief than almost anyone I have met, and he has great lungs and can even sing opera. I have more anger than I ever did, and recent tests show my liver is better than ever. This is woo-woo. It’s like Louise Hay. There’s no real evidence for this.
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