Dr. Alex Loyd has developed a wonderful tool to help you understand what your heart issues are, and I highly recommend you take it. It’s called the Heart Issues Finder and after you answer some questions online, you will receive a 10-15-page report personalized to your issues and explaining what healing in those 12 areas looks like.
If you haven’t already taken the Heart Issues Finder, I highly recommend you do so. And if you have taken it but it’s been awhile, take it again. It’s a wonderful way to pinpoint your heart issues and start healing them.
Here’s another way to pinpoint what’s in your heart: pay attention to what you say.
Jesus said, “Whatever is in your heart determines what you say.”–Matthew 12:33b
Our words matter–perhaps eternally.
We will “eat” the fruit of our words—and so will others. (In my work as a Healing Codes Coach/Practitioner, I regularly deal with the destructive effects of words on the hearts and even bodies of my clients. Words can leave invisible wounds that destroy lives.)
Words are a barometer of the heart’s condition. Jesus went on to say, “A good person produces good things from the treasury of a good heart, and an evil person produces evil things from the treasury of an evil heart.”
Want to know what’s in your heart? Pay attention to your words. Are they critical? Perhaps there is unforgiveness or pride in your heart. Do you use foul language? There may be anger lurking inside.
Pay attention to your words, and deal with any heart issues they reveal. Notice other people’s words, too, as indications of what is in the heart.
Words can wound, but they can also heal. With The Healing Codes, we replace the unhealthy beliefs–the lies we’ve come to believe–with the truth. As your heart heals, according to Jesus your words will heal as naturally as a healthy fruit tree produce good fruit for others to enjoy.
This was an expanded version of one of Diane Eble’s Abundant Gifts from the Word, free daily email devotionals. You can also find her personal Truth Focus Statements for replacing lies with the truth from Scripture at www.healingcodescoaching.com.
I believe that this is a genuine breakthrough gift to huminty. It was 12 years before Dr. Loyd received it, which is a very important number at various levels. What we who have received it, read the book, been lent the heart issues finder etc should do is tosimply try the code out with an open mind and see what happens. After all that is what scientists do when they are studying some new theory, ingredient or therapy. After all it is like any other remedy, alopathic, homeopathic, whatever. and we are inclined to take these without a shadow of doubt, because the doctor,(or some firend) has recomended it to us. One cannot expect it to work from one day to the next, one must be patient and wait expectantly as one does with all medicines.
It is definitely good to be discerning about anything new, so I appreciate your comment.
However, I can’t see how anyone can say The Healing Codes are witchcraft–not if they know anything about The Healing Codes. (If you don’t know how to do it or the philosophy behind it, it can appear to be a lot of things.)
The American Heritage Dictionary defines witchcraft as “black magic; sorcery.” It defines sorcery as “the use of supernatural power over others through the assistance of evil spirits.”
I find it interesting that Wikipedia says that in the Old Testamanet, the term translated at “witchcraft” is “kashaph,” and “the precise meaning of the term is uncertain.” The Greek word for this in the Septuagint (Greek translation of the Old Testament) is “pharmakeia or pharmakous,” from which we get our words pharmacology and pharmaceutical. Should we interpret this that it’s drugs that are instruments of sorcery after all? Though some would agree that the pharmaceutical industry has gotten out of control, few believe drugs themselves are “instruments of the devil.” Pharmaceuticals can be good or bad, based mostly on whether they’re used for the purposes intended.
At one time, every new discovery is viewed with suspicion. It’s not surprising that “energy medicine” is now viewed that way as well.
I wondered about The Healing Codes when I first heard of them. In fact, Dr. Loyd tells in the book how he himself wondered if this really was okay for him to do as a Bible believer. He took several weeks to pray, study Scripture, talk to his pastor and spiritual mentor, before he came to peace about moving ahead with it.
Dr. Loyd says that The Healing Codes activate a physical mechanism built into the body by God to interrupt the stress response so that the body’s own immune system could work as God intended. It’s really as simple as that. No appeal to supernatural powers at all, just working in accordance with the laws of nature that God created.
It’s built into the Healing Code protocol that you acknowledge there is a greater source of healing beyond yourself. Part of doing a Healing Code is praying to be filled with the love, life, and light of God. The only spiritual assistance that is sought is God’s. The prayer/request acknowledges that the healing comes ultimately from God, and that this God is love, life and light (truths which come from the Bible).
One of the main keys to whether something like The Healing Codes is good or evil has to do with intent. The Bible says that God always looks upon the heart. Even if you do a Healing Code for someone else, if it’s not done in love, it won’t work.
I interviewed Dr. Loyd and his spiritual mentor, Larry Napier, on the spiritual underpinnings of The Healing Codes.To learn more about the philosophy behind The Healing Codes, visit
10 to 1 you’re moderating comments …
Anyway, I can’t see how these codes are not witchcraft.
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