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 Inherited Emotions

In using the Emotion Codeā„¢, we have discovered that it is possible to inherit Trapped Emotions (TE's) from our parents at the point of conception. These TE's perpetuate the same limitations or alterations that they do on the original person they developed in. Some of these emotions have been traced back over 100 generations. How's that for making a statement!

This concept may seem a little far fetched to some until you think about the way our genetic code determines so many different features and aspects of our lives.

Traits such as "Red Hair", facial features, body structure are taken for granted when comparing the parent to the child. We expect to see similarities exhibited that will attach that new born child to its parents.

Have you every heard of associating temperament to a child and its parent? A statement such as "He has his Dad's temper" or "She gets that from her mother" are common sayings we simply accept because we believe them to be true.

How about family traits that are passed along such as hair loss leading to baldness, physical defects, a bad heart or weak lungs? Our acceptance that someone could contract cancer because their parent had the same problem before them? We submit that these are probably TE's that have affected the same areas as they did in our parents and forefathers. They could also be called inherited diseases.

An interesting study was presented in Dr. Hamer's study "Biological Conflicts". He suggests that inherited diseases are a matter of passed on experiences from our ancestors ... memories. These memories were created out of unexpected or stressful situations that overwhelmed the "whole organism". This theory is called the "Epigenetic Theory".

We would interpret them to be trapped emotions that the body was unable to process completely and were passed on to their children.

What happens to an "Inherited Trapped Emotion" when it is released?

When the inherited TE is released, it is also released from the lineage of the TE. In other words, everyone that is tied directly to that TE lineally, also has the TE released from them ... even though they may be dead. Unfortunately, this does not seem to work laterally, meaning the release will not go from great grandparent, to parent, to parents sibling. It does however travel from great grandparent, to grandparent, to parent, to client.