Release Your Trapped Emotions for Abundant Health & Happiness with Dr. Bradley Nelson on The Nancy Ferrari Show

Join me and my internationally renowned guest, Dr. Bradley Nelson, on The Nancy Ferrari Show, on Friday, July 26th, 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET to learn more about how to release trapped emotions for abundant health, love and happiness!

Dr. Bradley Nelson is the developer of the most advanced form of energy medicine on the planet. A holistic Chiropractic Physician and Medical Intuitive, Dr. Nelson is one of the world’s foremost experts in the emerging fields of Bioenergetic Medicine and Energy Psychology.

His bestselling book, “The Emotion Code”, is helping people all over the world to improve their lives by ridding themselves of their imbalancing emotional baggage. Users of The Emotion Code technique have found freedom from emotional problems such as depression and anxiety, as well as physical problems including fatigue, pain and disease. A key element of The Emotion Code is removing emotional baggage that has clustered around the heart, interfering with ones ability to find love and success. Dr. Nelson has coined this cluster of emotions, the “Heart-Wall,” and it has been called “the most important discovery in the history of energy medicine.”

Dr. Nelson graduated with honors from Life Chiropractic College West, in San Lorenzo, California in 1988. As a practicing holistic physician, Dr. Nelson specialized in helping those suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia, and successfully treated patients from across the United States and Canada until his retirement from active practice in 2004. For the past 24 years, Dr. Nelson has lectured internationally on the healing of chronic and incurable diseases through energy work and restoring balance to the 6 key elements of health in the body. In 2009 he channeled his life’s work into a simple yet powerful self-study course known as, “The Body Code” system, which teaches students how to balance the body in these 6 key areas. The Body Code is being used successfully by doctors and laypeople alike to improve the health of thousands of people all over the world.

Dr. Nelson is an acclaimed and popular speaker on the international seminar circuit, and now travels to many countries around the globe, teaching “The Emotion Code” Seminar. He has been a guest on countless radio and television shows, and has presented his very timely healing message to millions around the world.

Dr. Nelson and his staff operate a network of certified Emotion Code and Body Code practitioners that spans the globe. Since all of Dr. Nelson’s methods can be done at a distance, most of these practitioners have found new freedom and abundance in their own lives by working with clients over the phone or internet.

To find out more about The Emotion Code and The Body Code, visit Dr. Nelson on, a membership site providing instructional videos, books, articles, live webinars and more.

Dr. Nelson is married and is the father of seven children. He lives with his family in Southern Utah.


January Jones welcomes back Dr. Madeline Lewis, author “Finding Your Best Inside!”

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Career Strategist Dr. Madeline Ann Lewis is committed to helping both individuals and organizations live their highest dreams and goals. She uses FIVE essential elements that are instrumental in helping you unearth and realize your capabilities, while integrating simple strategies that anyone can apply in order to achieve unstoppable success in life which are:

Purpose     Perseverance     Positive     Produce and      Potential

As a direct result of applying these elements in her work with hundreds of clients since 2006, Dr. Lewis has influenced the success and career satisfaction of women in management, leadership, and beyond.

Clients Rave:

Clients ranging from IBM to CompTIA to Genesis Foundation to the Valencia Chapter of AAWCC Reading Circle to the Federally Employed Women to the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives to the Federal Government to National-Louis University rave about the impact of Dr. Lewis’ presentations and training.

Author, Entrepreneur, and Sought-After Trainer:

As an intelligence analyst and former military (retired), Dr. Lewis has authored 2 books and is very adept at creating training products and mentoring others looking to enhance their personal and/or professional lives.  Her latest are Finding Your Best Inside: How to Persevere and Become the Person You Are Meant to Be (PublishAmerica 2010) and Playing from the Blue Tee: Women in the Federal Government (PublishAmerica 2007).  Dr. Lewis’ books have impacted many selling thousands since publication.


As the President and CEO of the Deline Institute for Professional Development, her knowledge and experience are requested throughout the US and abroad. Dr. Lewis draws upon her business acumen and service experience to deliver timely, on-point training presentations addressing the unique needs and challenges of women, minorities and diversity.  She holds a Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership.  Dr. Lewis was selected by the Minority Enterprise Executive Council as one of the “50 Women of Power in Business” in 2012. She has been certified by The Professional Woman Network as a Diversity Trainer and the Genesis Life Coaching Institute.  She is an Adjunct Professor for Davenport University and the University of Phoenix.  She has been recognized by the Manchester’s Who’s Who for Executive and Professional Women Network and conducts, on an ongoing basis, development seminars including Women in Management, Women as Leaders, The Superwoman Syndrome, Leadership & Assertiveness Skills, Emotional Wellness and Cultural Diversity Phase II. And she is the Official Guide to “Career Coach and Career Coaching.”    (

How Dr. Lewis’ Journey Guides Women Up the Ladder to Success:

Dr. Lewis has always had a passion for helping others in any way she could.  Having served in the military for several years and in civilian federal government, one day she realized women were coming to her for advice on a lot of things such as going over their resumes’, for advice on what they should do next to move their careers along, helping them to get through an interview and mentoring.  She also noticed that there were not a lot of women helping each other to move up the ladder.  There were not a lot of women who took the time to mentor or share their knowledge with others.  Seeing these things, she knew she had honed in on her purpose.  This inspired her to start her own business to provide guidance, personal and professional development to those who needed and wanted to advance in their careers or to start a business.  It also inspired her two books “Playing from the Blue Tee: Women in the Federal Government” and “Finding Your Best Inside: How to Persevere and Become the Person You Are Meant to Be.”

Beyond the fact that Dr. Lewis is a career strategist, author, trainer and entrepreneur, she also serves with a commitment to family, community and professional development.  She believes in strategic partnerships, supporting minority and women-owned businesses and in the delivery of outstanding quality, both personally and professionally.  She lends her expertise to different venues within the working women and entrepreneurial community such as and and volunteers her time at local schools mentoring programs and non-profit organizations such as Federally Employed Women, MGAA Professional Development Institute and Women’s Army Corps Veterans Association.

She has been active throughout her 20-plus year career in supporting women through her writing, speaking, and volunteering.  She is on the International Advisory Board of the Professional Woman Network, was selected for a three year term as Board Director for the Justice Federal Credit Union and was Vice President of Membership for the Northwest DC Chapter of Federally Employed Women.

Dr. Lewis is a frequent speaker and media guest and lives in the Washington Metropolitan area.

Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word

Saying, “I’m sorry” doesn’t come naturally to a lot of people. For some, it’s viewed as a sign of weakness putting them in a vulnerable position. Yet apologizing is anything but weak. It is actually a sign of great strength. Imagine the risk of acknowledging that we have done something wrong without knowing how the other person may react? They could easily reject us and not accept our admission of guilt. Or they could attempt to inflict guilt or shame on us for our incompetency. Some may choose to manipulate us by conveniently referring to the transgression when seeking to obtain something.

Yet in reality, apologizing is first-and-for-most a sign of intelligence. I as wise enough to recognize that what I said/did was insensitive, rude, mean-spirited, and such. Secondly, it takes great courage to openly admit our wrongdoing, for the reasons stated above. Third, it shows sensitivity and compassion. I am aware of how damaging or hurtful my actions have been to the other person and on some level I want to alleviate their pain. And lastly, it shows concern for their well-being. In my sincere desire to right a wrong, I am motivated to do so out of love (concern) for the one I wounded.

Yet sometimes, even when we feel compelled to ask for forgiveness, we try to justify our actions thereby alleviating us from following through. “He got what he deserved!” “If she hadn’t criticized me I never would have cursed at her.” Yet in God’s eyes, there is never justification for hurting any of His children.

Remember when you were a child and you and your younger brother got into a fight? Mom came along and made you both say you were sorry. At the risk of a more severe punishment, you complied with her demands. With a look of disdain and refusal to make eye contact, you begrudgingly mumbled under your breath, “Sorry,” then quickly made your get-away before being told you had to kiss and make up.

The key to a successful expression of remorse is sincerity and personal responsibility. It must come from a place of genuine concern so that the other party understands your intent. Secondly, an apology filled with excuses and blame (examples above) are lame and disingenuous. Many years ago, I went through a long and painful estrangement from three of my adult children. I was not always the best mother when I was raising them and they had just cause to be angry with me. This separation, however, was due in part to some fabricated lies concocted by a vindictive and jealous person. Every attempt I made to reconcile went unacknowledged by my children. They were not interested in hearing my explanations, excuses, or truths about who was/wasn’t responsible for what. Five and a half painful years passed before I finally realized that what I owed my children was a pure and sincere apology for the times I failed them. This is the letter that finally reconciled us:

“Dear _____, For anything I have ever said or done that has hurt or offended you, please know that I am truly sorry. That was never my intention. In whatever ways I failed you as a mother, please accept my apology. I know I let you down. If I ever did anything that made you feel unloved or unwanted, I can’t even begin to tell you how saddened I am by that. I wish I had known because I have never loved anyone as deeply as I have loved you. Love, Mom.”

Don’t hesitate to offer an apology. It is the first step to emotional healing and a possible reconciliation of the relationship. “It matters not who caused the problem. It only matters who initiates the healing.”*

*The Great Truth

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