Trauma

 
  red rose hips CROPPED.jpg   The Link Between Physical Illness and Unhealed Trauma

We’ve known for a long while that unresolved emotional trauma can cause lifelong behavioural problems. Most notably, Dr. Gabor Maté has explained how addictions arise in people who’ve suffered wounds in the past, mostly during their childhood years, and how those wounds continue to manifest in negative ways throughout their lives.

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  Dadirri: An Indigenous Approach To Healing Trauma   Dadirri: An Indigenous Approach To Healing Trauma

The Healing Power of Listening in Stillness

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Healing Past Trauma

Did you know that every time you talk about an unhealed wound or trauma, you re-activate it in your emotional, spiritual and physical bodies? As you speak, or even think, about an old issue, you experience it as if it is happening right now. Since your subconscious mind does not know the difference between current experience and past memory, for all intents and purposes, the trauma or negative experience is happening now.

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Seven Ways To Inspire Healing After Disaster

When I was a teen growing up outside New York City, my mom was a big country and western fan. I remember the collective groans from my brother, Bret, and me as she ferried us and our friends to after-school activities to the honky-tonk sounds of what I heard as hillbilly twang. One of my mom’s favourite songs was about what to do when you face challenges in life. The lyrics were simple: “There ain’t no easy horses but you gotta learn to ride.” Mom reminded us of that often.

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