An Emotion Code session

Sessions can be conducted on Skype or Facebook video , over the phone or in person.

A session involves my asking questions of your subconscious mind using muscle testing to find the answers and then releasing the trapped emotion through the governing meridian using magnified intention. When pressure is applied, any muscle will become weakened in a state of incongruence or falsehood, or remain strong and able to resist when in a state of congruence or truth.

It is very important that you are fully hydrated when undergoing an Emotion Code session which ensures the muscle testing is accurate, therefore drinking plenty of water before a session and having a glass of water to hand during the session is vital. If you have a small magnet such as a fridge magnet, please bring this to the session too.

A session can be expected to last anything from 30 minutes to an hour, with an average of 45 minutes – the reason for this variation is that it is dependent on how many trapped emotions surface for any one issue which is determined by your subconscious and obviously cannot be known in advance. Similarly the number of sessions needed is dependent on this too.

Cost per session is £35.

Three sessions are £95

20% of people have symptoms that last for a few days after a session such as experiencing faint echoes of the emotions released, feeling short fused, having difficulty in sleeping or needing extra sleep or experiencing vivid dreams. (Dr Bradley Nelson.)

Animals can be treated using the Emotion code too. Just like us they have emotions which can become trapped and can also absorb our emotions too. These trapped emotions cause behavioural problems. If the session is conducted in person I can muscle test you as the surrogate or if done remotely I can act by proxy.

Disclaimer – Treatment offered does not substitute for medical advice or treatment. However the Emotion Code can complement medical treatment. I do not diagnose or promise a cure.

Click here to book a session or email me at zorah@zorah.org – include your name and a contact number.