Wolken Pain Relief Systems

Get “Unstuck!”

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September 30, 2019
Getting Unstuck from Trauma

Did you know that Sitting or Thinking the same repetitive thoughts can cause a host of body, mind and emotional

Recent research studies support findings that repetitive thoughts and actions or in-actions can decrease the quality of our health. and possible longevity. In a 3 month series beginning Thursday, October 10 at 5 PM PST, we will explore why repetitive actions and thoughts are causing a rise in physical, emotional and mental attitudes and behaviors that are unhealthy and counterproductive

You can free yourself“Get Unstuck!”

Be happier this holiday season!

In monthly sessions, you will learn a variety of ways to undo being stuck in pain and trauma. These how-to methods are easy to learn and with practice, you will being to gain the energy to enjoy living, moving freely with less pain and be calmer and happier.

I will be available by email, phone or Skype if you get stuck or have a question.

Your cost only $47 for 3 months!. It is a priceless gift to yourself that keeps on giving long after the holidays are past. If you cannot make a session then it will be available on replay so you won’t lose out and will keep moving forward.

Sign up here to join the “Unstuck !” You will receive free downloadable guides to reset your body, mind and energy for health and freedom from pain, anxiety and confusion. Don’t settle for a life ruled by the effects of “Being Stuck”.

This is a private group. We will meet online on the second Weds. of each month at 5 PM PST. It starts on October 9, 2019. Click here to get Unstuck.

Rebuilding after trauma

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August 6, 2019

We face many challenges throughout our lives some planned and others a surprise,

it’s how we overcome those challenges that shapes the success we achieve in life.  

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the scariest challenges we will face in our life. Whether it was a sudden death comes out of nowhere or from childhood trauma or an accident or group trauma, these overwhelming life-changing experiences must be gentle cared for – NOT IGNORED to heal.

Treating TBI injury on every level, recovery is possible. Recovery is like building a house, start with a solid foundation – reduce the effects of the shock and trauma in the brain and body. Then individualize the foods that will nourish and build more neural connections to improve communication of the brain with the body and finally, the right roof – work to rewire the motor and emotional patterns that have slowed the recovery process.

I am no stranger to TBI’s after suffering an almost life-changing car accidents; I fought to overcome the challenges of that accident. Knowing the struggles, I would like to help you rebuild your “house” and supporting your families through the process. -Mary Wolken PhD trauma specialist

Ready to get moving on your recovery? Click here.

the Heart of Pain

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June 10, 2019

Are you in pain?     

              Does this pain recur?

Are you Tired of the pain?       

 

                   

 

Do You want to finally let go of that pain?

I have discovered some easy ways to free myself from trauma and grief.

Click here if you want to explore ways to use light to remove pain and get your stem cells moving.

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Click here please to set up a time for your free relief consultation.

Confusion after Trauma

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April 23, 2019

Why does your body go into a state of fogginess or wired up and emotional over reactive or under reactive state after an accident or some traumatic event?

Your brain and all its nerve connections has been conditioned to view things in certain ways. Take a simple example. At the end of a big delicious meal in some countries it is a sign of appreciation and gratitude to burp aloud. That is not the culture I was raised in, but I’m not judging this either. So we all have been observed how at the scene of an accident how people react.

Here are several typical types of behaviours at the scene: 1. the gawker, 2. the take charge and give directions, 3. the over emotional / under emotional victim “can’t believe this happened to me” , 5.the victim who just wants to leave the scene saying “I’m fine”, on and on.

Everyone has some lingering effect after the traumatic event is over. These effects may be subtle and accumulated shocks add to the mental, physical and emotional stress. Whether we experience trauma first had and when we listen to the constant onslaught of painful; happenings have the world, it builds up stress and confusing reactive patterns in the body, mind and impacts our happiness, our health and sleep.

If you would like to know how to begin to fight back and relief this TBI stress and pain,

please set up you free TBI or Trauma Relief session with Mary.

Why am I so confused?

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April 15, 2019
when pain seems too much

Immediately after an accident or being a victim of chilhood abuse or trauma, the normal thinking brain of the person traumatized retreats into crisis or survival mode. What does this mean?

When someone feels overwhelmed by the suddenness of an event, the fight or flight energy of the body takes over. A person quits thinking calmly and rationally and tries to survive by confusion, fleeing, hiding, fighting or attempting to placate their abuser. Usually, the ability to share feels and thoughts is avoided or swallowed to get physical support or help.

After the initial crisis passes and physical help has helped the body’s pain and wounds to go away, the emotional wounds remain hidden thin the tissues and psyche awaiting a later time to be resolved but never forgotten.

The problem is these deep seated wounds don’t go away, but leave open sores that never heal without help. Why does this happen?

The body and brain are like a computerized system that catalogs all our experiences and sorts these happenings as memories in the brain and part of the body. Example: If I was driving my car and got hit by an out of control motorcycle, I would naturally be more cautious at that intersection the next time I am driving in that location. I become more vigilant, my pulse may race, etc. These responses seem confusing, but they are a normal reaction to previous trauma.

You can decrease this confusion by simply rubbing the area under your nose above your lip slowly while breathing deeply and slowly through your belly area.

Let me know how this techniques work for you. Namaste


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