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Heart Wall: Exploring the Inner Emotional Shield

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Our subconscious mind is keen to protect our hearts from pain. So, when it senses a potential heartbreak, it instinctively builds a fortress around our heart using the trapped emotions already trapped in the body. This protective barrier, known as a 'heart wall', aims to prevent further emotional injury by serving as a buffer.

Over time, as we experience multiple disappointments, heartaches, and traumas, the heart wall thickens – this emotional shield grows stronger and more restrictive. But, although meant to shelter us, the heart wall can also become a hindrance.

The impact of heart walls

The heart wall can have several negative effects on our lives. It can lower our consciousness levels, making it difficult for us to connect with our true selves and others on a deep emotional level. It can also alter our stress response, causing us to react more strongly to stressful situations or become emotionally numb. The heart wall can root limiting beliefs within us, leading to self-sabotaging behaviors and a lack of self-confidence.

Moreover, these walls aren't only confined to our hearts. Similar barriers can also be constructed around our brains and even other organs that may be imbalanced. Just like the heart wall, these invisible barriers can have crippling effects on our mental, physical, and emotional health.

What about brain walls?

Let's consider the brain, for example. Think of the brain as the control center of your body. When a wall encompasses it, it can disrupt its normal functioning. Cognitive abilities might decrease, memory could falter, and decision-making skills may become impaired. You might struggle more than usual with everyday tasks, affecting your productivity and self-esteem. Moreover, when your brain is not at its peak, it could potentially lead to symptoms of depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders.

Similar walls around other organs can also lead to health issues. For instance, if a wall forms around your liver — an organ that helps in detoxifying your body — it can result in a slowed or impaired detox process. This could further lead to various health problems, ranging from minor ailments like fatigue and discomfort, to severe conditions such as liver disease. That's why it's so important to recognize these walls and work on breaking them down.

Ultimately, the internal walls we build aren't just stealing our potential for happiness, but also our overall wellness and quality of life. To address this, it's crucial to not only acknowledge these walls but to actively work towards eliminating them.

To begin your journey towards improved well-being and unlock a more appeasing life, take the crucial first step today - book a session to clear your heart wall. Breathe new life into your existence, freeing yourself from hidden emotional barriers that may be holding you back. Let's unravel these layers together, nurturing a healthier, happier, and more harmonious you. Feel the difference in shedding the weight of years of accumulated emotions can make - an experience truly worth embracing.

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