How to Heal A Broken Heart with the Emotion Code and Body Code

How to Heal A Broken Heart with the Emotion Code and Body Code

Left with a Broken Heart

Six months ago, I thought I’d met the man that was my soul mate.  Our paths crossed in so many ways, I felt like I could talk to him forever, and I felt like I was getting strong messages from the divine that we were meant to be together.  We became fast friends, but he told me he wasn’t yet ready for a relationship.  But just three weeks ago, after seeing his excitement about a new woman he is dating, I realized, and then confirmed that he never had an interest in me in that way.  I was devastated!  He left me with a broken heart! 

Stages of Grief

I went through all the 5 stages of grief 1. ) denial  2.) Anger  3.) Bargaining 4.) Depression and now I’m in 5.) acceptance.    I was angry with him for not being straight with me, I was angry at myself for being in denial, and I alternated between anger, betrayal and despair with the Universe for having misled me.   I felt incredible loss regarding a hoped future with him.  I was jealous that another woman captivated his heart in a way that I couldn’t.  I felt an incredible amount of sabotage by him, and by the universe.   I felt heartache, abandonment, hopelessness and helplessnessI hated myself because he couldn’t love me, I felt unlovable and I experienced a deep amount of despair.

In my past experiences of heartbreak (and I’ve had plenty), it’s taken months to a year to come to acceptance.   This time, it took me just 3 weeks to get through all my pain, and now I can enjoy his friendship, I’ve accepted that he’s moved on, and I’m ready and excited about dating again!

How did I move on so quickly from a broken heart?

A translation of a Rumi poem says, “When your heart breaks (open), journey deep inside.” , and deep inside I went.  I spent long hours releasing all the negative emotions, the negative belief systems I had about myself, and sabotage using the Emotion Code and Body Code.   When we are in a relationship with others, we become energetically corded, and so I released all the negative cording I had to him.  I released imbalances in my solar plexus chakra, which is the chakra that represents our personal powerI released allergies & intolerances to myself, to being single, to being rejected and to being unlovedI released despair anchors of “I’m unwanted”, and “I’m doomed”.  I released belief systems that “life is cruel”, “He hates me” and “He’s going to leave me anyways”.   From physical or emotional trauma, our spirits can be partially dislodged from our body. So I placed my spirit back in my body for all the emotional trauma I experienced, and found that my deep levels of despair lifted.

A big reason why this was so hard for me was because I’d had accumulated so many years of heartbreak, even from the womb!  The underlying life long trauma that was still in my body, and the trauma I inherited epigenetically (through my ancestor’s experiences), all contributed to how I reacted to my broken heart. 

Couple Holding Hands on a Railroad Track

I had to release it all.   And it was especially important to me to release it because I deeply value my friendship with him, and because I long to find that perfect union with a healthy man who wants to build a life together.

Moving On – the Benefits

So now after all this releasing, with the Emotion Code, EFT and the Body Code, I am grateful because this experience forced me to find and release those struggles that were still inside of me.   And I’ve gained some wonderful side effects.  I now no longer question if I’m lovable, I just know that I am, and I don’t need anyone to prove it to me.   I now believe (without anger) that if he can’t love me, and everything I have to offer, then it is his loss.  While I believe he is still meant to play a key role in my life, I’ve been able to reinterpret the divine connection that I feel, in a much more realistic and healthy way.

I’m infinitely grateful for having the tools to help me clear my trauma/drama.  And I feel more confident and present in all my relationships, and am more optimistic about developing healthy relationships than I ever have been.  Interestingly as I’ve been releasing my pain, I’ve attracted clients with broken hearts who are ready to let the pain go!.  They too want to establish healthier relationships, and I’ve been able to support them with what I’ve learned from my experience.

Sometimes you fall down because there is something you are supposed to find.

I can’t think of any more effective methods to help you quickly and efficiently get to and release the core of the pain, to sooth that broken heart.   Are you ready to let the pain go?  Are you ready to love yourself unconditionally and for a healthy and happy relationship?   If so, check out my program Learn to Love Again, and then schedule a complimentary consultation here.

Do you know anyone else that is ready to let go of heartbreak or  negative relationship patterns?   Please share this article with them!





  1. Sharon Hollier
    Dec 29, 2013

    Hi, I really like this post and found it very useful. You looked in blockages that I hadn’t even thought of. Also things came up for me that previously when I tested they weren’t an issue for me. I also found more trapped emotions I received when I was in my mother’s womb than at any other time of my life. I shall bookmark your site as it is very useful. Thank you.

  2. Elle
    Dec 11, 2016

    Thank you for such a great post. You give other people in similar situations hope. I am also studying The Body Code and practicing its techniques on myself, friends and family. I’ve been in a yo-yo relationship for the past 2.5 years. It honestly broke my heart each time we have broken up.
    I am in the process of desperately trying to move on and most importantly heal myself.
    I am interested to learn more about energetic cording since him and I are connected so intimately that we “feel” one another at a distance, and I usually feel his negative emotions whenever he’s going through something bad in his life. It’s a struggle because it negatively affects me.

    Thanks again,

  3. Tina
    Dec 11, 2016

    You are most welcome E.S. The more I do this, the more I realize that when it comes to releasing heart break, there are layers of releasing that we need to do. It all comes down to pinpointing the best questions to ask.

    The good news is that I often hear, “But you never get over it right?”. With the Body Code, that is not true. If someone isn’t the right person for you, you can completely let them go. Having spent most of my life with my heart broken, this is a HUGE relief to me!

  4. Jhoei
    Oct 4, 2019

    This is a good reading material. I definitely agree when you said sometimes you fall down because there is something you are supposed to find.

    • Tina
      Oct 8, 2019

      Thank you Jhoei for your kind words!

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