Freeing Trauma from Your Life: The Work of Warriors!
The pain of trauma is complex and unique to each individual. Overcoming the experience of trauma is the work of warriors.
There are strategies that I have developed that can help manage and potentially alleviate trauma-related pain. These strategies worked for me, and hopefully, they will work for you.
Education and Understanding:
Our thoughts, beliefs, and actions can significantly impact our experiences and the reality we perceive. We can influence our circumstances and outcomes by consciously choosing our thoughts and actions. This understanding empowers us to take control of our lives and strive for positive change.
That being said, trauma is an opportunity for growth and transformation. I believe facing and overcoming difficult experiences of trauma can lead to personal development and resilience, and we can have a deeper understanding of ourselves. Together, we will discover the science behind our existence.
It is important to note that this perspective does not undermine the pain and challenges associated with trauma but instead focuses on finding meaning and growth from those experiences.
It’s worth mentioning that everyone’s experiences and interpretations of reality are subjective, and different perspectives exist on this topic. The concept of creating our reality and finding growth through trauma is one lens through which some individuals view their experiences.
Acceptance- Life Lessons
Self-compassion and self-acceptance: Trauma often leaves individuals feeling shame, guilt, or self-blame. Practicing self-compassion and self-acceptance involves treating yourself with kindness, understanding, and forgiveness. It can include reframing negative self-talk, practicing self-care, and cultivating a sense of self-love and acceptance.
I will assist you in understanding the impact that your trauma has on the mind and body and how we can utilize that energy to empower us. Understanding how trauma affects you can help you make sense of your experiences and give you a sense of control over your healing process. The science behind who you are and why you’re here!
I will assist you in “developing practices” of self-care by engaging in the optimization of your physical existence, which can help you eliminate the harmful side effects of trauma; utilizing activities that promote self-care can help reduce the intensity of trauma-related pain—optimizing the body, mind, and spirit, journaling, or engaging in hobbies that bring you joy.
Joining support groups with others who have experienced trauma can provide a sense of validation, connection, and understanding.
Talk therapy may help by allowing you to share your experiences in a safe and supportive environment, which can help release pain and foster healing, along with IEH, Reiki, and Past Life Regression Therapy.