You will likely start out on your healing journey by reading about Post-Traumatic Stress in order to understand your reactions and symptoms.
Solid knowledge helps to create a healthy cognitive framework. It provides a roadmap that guides your attempts to understand what you are going through, and how to lessen any blame, guilt or self-reproach you might have formed as a reaction to your symptoms.
Where Cognitive Work Ends and Emotional Work Begins
Cognitive work is essential, but it doesn’t necessarily shift anything on an emotional level.
On the other hand, working with a counselor or therapist individually might still be too daunting. To talk about and work through trauma–and especially trauma which happened during childhood–can be very challenging.
This Trauma Care Meditation Course is Designed to Fill This Gap
These guided meditations address in depth the various aspects of dissociation; anger, sadness, or anxiety, symptoms of collapse, exhaustion and fatigue, hyperactivity, control, boundaries and vulnerability, and the fight-flight-freeze responses.
This trauma care meditation course will guide you towards feeling the sensations of your body once again–by slowly regulating your reentry–and will help you connect to your body sensations and how they relate to your particular symptoms.