Healing old Trauma Experience its hidden gifts

 

      

Unwind the long-hidden pain and trauma for happier holidays!

Come join us on Weds Nov. 17 at 11:30 AM PST on the  Gift of Healing TV

We’ll be talking about “Mind-Body Trauma: De-stressing the our nervous system to find Health & Happiness”; I hope you’ll be able to join us.

Mary Wolken PHD.  

Healthy Living Center

REGISTER HERE: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/150/28yvpt66 to join the live broadcast and even if you can’t watch us live if you have registered you’ll receive a link to the replay.

 

What is the Gift of Healing TV?

 

It is a weekly, live, interactive, online program hosted by Sara Jane the Master of Voice and Sound Energy.

 

Sara has guests from all over the globe sharing information and demonstrations about many different techniques, practices, and therapies; they also share Conversations, Meditations, and Exercises.

 

You can learn more about Gift of Healing TV at their website: https://giftofhealingtv.com

 

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Why am I so confused?

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