Breaking the Trauma Bond
Emotionally Divorcing from the abuser whilst you divorce them physically.
Emotional Divorce Technique and Healing the Original Wound works by directly identifying the issues which are holding you back often held in the unconscious mind.
When you are recovering from an abusive relationship it is important to EMOTIONALLY DIVORCE from your abuser.
Sadly you are unlikely to be given closure from them and you are possibly left in a lot of pain trapped by the TRAUMA BONDS they created to secure you in the relationship.
The event or trauma is The Original Wound.
Events from our childhood can turn into limiting beliefs; a comment or angry word by a parent or caregiver can turn into beliefs we take into adulthood.
We lived in a Theta state up to around 7 or 8, this is a hypnotic state, where we learn the rules of our tribe.
A parent, caregiver, or teacher might have made a comment or spoken harshly to us, and the belief was created.
This is also true for witnessing events in our childhood and the relationships we experience growing up
Much like a verruca, which is a virus that penetrates all the levels of the skin, if the full root isn’t removed it lays dormant until it is TRIGGERED again.And this is the same for The Original Wound, if you do not fully heal the wound, it will appear again, you will keep meeting people who treat you the same way.
I believe there are two parts of any problem: the symptoms we display outwardly and the actual core issue.
We directly work with the emotions held in the body, this is a powerful modality to clear the Original Wound.
Breaking the Trauma Bond Session
Each session is guided by your needs and managing your emotions, Healing the Original Wound for the presenting issue.
This session will last unto 90 mins.
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