Releasing Trauma and Healing from Past Experiences: Part 1

Sometimes you need to reach within and tell your younger self that it’s ok. It’s not your fault. You had no idea anything like this would happen to you. You can let go though. It’s not happening anymore. Stop playing it over and over in your mind and letting it hold you hostage. You are not that younger person anymore. Choose to forgive this person. Not for them, but for you. So you can let it go. When you are choosing to forgive,

Repeat after me:
(Insert name. If you don’t know their name call them whatever you choose) I am choosing to forgive you today not for you but for me so I can move forward. I am not going to let what you have done to me affect me any longer. I’m going to let it go and work on being a healthier me. Someone with confidence, peace, joy. I am going to choose to be happy and live out my purpose.

In Jesus name, Amen

Releasing Trauma and Healing from Past Experiences: Part 2

In an article written for Natural Awakenings Magazine (August 2017), describes that trauma remains deeply rooted in the body/mind an abusive childhood, relationship or other traumatic experiences despite being locked deeply away. Dysfunction, pain, and disease are often created because this trauma is engraved in our minds, beliefs, and bodies. However, trauma does need to be a life sentence. Healing is achievable.

Trauma causes chronic illnesses and diseases like fibromyalgia, cancer, heart disease, auto-immune diseases and more.Β For example your healthy mind/body can get stick in a state of alert or “fight or flight mode.” Stress hormones increase significantly and your brain becomes wired for fear. This creates inflammation and disease in the body.

To prevent disease and or shortened lifespan healing is essential. This also manages everyday quality of life stressors. Don’t Rob yourself of happiness and life. Don’t get stuck in this cycle of fear, anxiety, low self-esteem. Don’to numb the psychic and chronic physical pain associated with trauma with alcohol or drugs. Don’t fear rejection. Learn to create healthy boundaries so you don’t attract more abuse. Often we can become workaholics and become overachievers to remedy our self-esteem. These behaviors are our way of coping with the unprocessed trauma.

In order to recover from past traumatic experiences is to soothe your overly activated nervous system. This will release held trauma and reset the brain. Yoga and breathing techniques are often used to self-soothe and achieve coping skills. There is also medication if necessary or talk therapy.

The ugly truth is that something very traumatic happened to you but pretending it didn’t happen is not going to make it any better either. Neither is unforgiveness or replaying over and over in your mind.

Don’t create a prison of negative beliefs, behaviors, chronic illnesses, and diseases. Free yourself from those chains that are holding you captive and live your life to it’s highest potential. You can do it. I believe in you. Believe in yourself.

Reference:

The Key to Healing Trauma and Releasing Traumatic Pain. Natural Awakenings Magazine. August 2017.

Late post: Cancer Treatment update

There’s been a lot going on in my life so I haven’t posted about it. But, last month on June 23rd I finished my last radiation treatment. πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

I’m finally finished with all treatment. If I had posted this that day or sooner I would have said that was all I needed to do. But I had an ultrasound yesterday for my upcoming surgery to remove my port. A previous lump that was undetectable when I had an ultrasound a few months prior. The oncologist had requested an ultrasound because we both had felt it. Unfortunately, since it was undectable there was nothing we could do. So, this time she found it. It was undectable because when I breathe in it disappears. Long story short I go Monday on the 13th for a biopsy to see if it is cancerous. 😌 I trust in God that he will take care of me. Say some prayers for your girl. πŸ™β€οΈ #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness

Forgiving others who have wronged you.

Joyce Meyers gives a great word on how she dealt with her family during a difficult time. I hope this encourages you to take action.

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