Restoring physical safety for survivors includes inducing the “fight” mode of survival and one can train for it
I have spent decades working, understanding and unshaming the trauma so I could undo its impact on my life. This section describes the various healing techniques that I have come across with or tried and how that impacted my life and my relationships.
Survivors of Childhood abuse live with a sense of “un-safety” that is at the core of all the symptoms of Trauma. If we understand how this sense of “not feeling safe” gets triggered, we can start the journey of healing and re-balancing ourselves.
“It’s not about the horse” and when we learn that, we also learn and horses can help us work with our fears and allow us to go to the other side with love, gentleness and support.
Wouldn’t it be great if you were able to choose in the moment whether to exercise control? Wouldn’t it be nice to develop an internal sense of safety…
What happens when we let go of being a “trauma survivor”? Sometimes, it’s scary to let go of this identity but the grass is definitely greener on the other side.
He never received those letters but i wrote many of them; was able to re-integrate my childhood abuse and let go.
I would like to dedicate this section to Martina Hughes of Tantric Blossoming. She has taught me how to stay present with my feelings and my body and that has been such a crucial step in my own healing journey. To explain this step, I will take a very simple example to illustrate my point […]
Automatic Writing is a powerful way to acknowledge, feel and transform those blockages that are deep buried within our psyche. Let’s free ourselves…
The mind of a child doesn’t have capacity to handle something so intense and traumatising. There are very special brain activities that occur to handle such an experience