“E” Emotions - INSPIRED | The 8 Pillars of Health explained by Jon & Ty


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“E” Emotions – INSPIRED | The 8 Pillars of Health explained by Jon & Ty

Video Transcript

Ty Bollinger: This is the first time in history that we’ve ever understood that emotions can actually make us healthy or they can make us sick.

Jonathan Hunsaker: Welcome, everyone. Jonathan Hunsaker here with Organixx. I’m here with my good friend and business partner, Mr. Ty Bollinger.

Ty Bollinger: What’s up, Mr. Hunsaker? How are you?

Jonathan Hunsaker: What’s up, man? I’m good. Thank you for joining us.

Ty Bollinger: Yeah.

Jonathan Hunsaker: We’re shooting a whole series of videos talking about the 8 pillars of health, which are represented by the acronym INSPIRED. Today’s video is about the letter E, which stands for emotions.

Ty Bollinger: Yeah, I’m glad we’re going to talk about emotions, because I think it may be one of the most, if not the most overlooked pieces of the health puzzle.

Jonathan Hunsaker: If you really want to get healthy, if you really want your body to heal, if you’re experiencing some sort of disease somewhere in your body physically, consider that there might be some things emotionally that you’re still carrying onto, bad things happening in your life or things that you’re interpreting as being bad. All of it gets better.

Ty Bollinger: Find something that makes you laugh. And do it on a regular basis, because we know not only does it make you feel good, it makes your immune system feel good, too.

Jonathan Hunsaker: We stress out over the work, and over this, and over that, and that stress that we carry doesn’t change that result, right? It doesn’t. You stressing or worrying about something doesn’t change that outcome over there of what’s going to happen.

Ty Bollinger: The only thing it changes is your internal terrain.

Jonathan Hunsaker: Exactly.

Ty Bollinger: So, emotions play a big role in our overall health. And so, this is why it’s definitely one of the 8 pillars. And it’s often overlooked, but don’t overlook it. Your emotions do matter. If you’re holding onto bitterness or resentment towards somebody, let it go. It’s not affecting them, it’s just affecting you. Don’t worry, be happy.

Jonathan Hunsaker: Thank you, guys, for watching. Ty, thanks for joining us for another video.

Ty Bollinger: Of course.

Jonathan Hunsaker: I hope that this is inspiring you to live a healthier and ultimately happier life. We’ll see you on the next video.

Reader Interactions


    • YES …” The Sedona Method” is extremely freeing … you dont have to regurgitate your whole story (that makes it even worse) you can gently let it go. It is extremely effective for cleaning it all up and having and being ‘freedom’ from within. Just type in sedona dot com They actually have an online course going at the moment called “From Fear to Fearlessness” … it is outstanding ! I highly recommend it. 🙂

    • We have been treating human problems by addressing both the physical and the emotional trauma’s with great success. Treating only one side you will never get 100% success.

  1. Very true. I have recently found Dr Bradley Nelson’s book, The Emotion Code. Everybody should read. It addresses stuck emotions, how they affect us and how to release them very simply.

    • Hi Martin, it’s good to hear that meditations works wonders for you. Keep up the good work!

  2. This has helped me immensely when I start to worry.
    “Worry is like a rocking chair, never gets you anywhere”.
    Thanks for drawing attention to our emotions when looking to be healthy.

  3. Try tapping (see The Tapping Solution) and Reconnective Healing – I have experienced and seen others experience amazing results with these healing methods. I find it also helps to go back into the trauma and actually feel the feelings instead of repressing them – it feels like your heart is going to break from the pain but after you have gone through this without holding back the memory becomes just a memory, not an emotionally devastating event.

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