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The Body Keeps the Score

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This is the best book I have ever read on how trauma affects us and how to overcome it. It connected so many dots for me and provided so much validation to my experience. I have used his research and tools in my sessions. 

“One day he told me that he’d spent his adulthood trying to let go of his past, and he remarked how ironic it was that he had to get closer to it in order to let it go. 
 
People can heal so that they  can be welcomed into a world where people delight in them, protect them, meet their needs and make them feel at home."
 
 

Call of the Wild

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This is a book from one of my favorite Somatics teachers. 

From trauma educator and somatic guide Kimberly Ann Johnson comes a cutting-edge guide for tapping into the wisdom and resilience of the body to rewire the nervous system, heal from trauma, and live fully. In Call of the Wild, Johnson offers an eye-opening look at this epidemic as well as an informative view of the human nervous system and how it responds to difficult events. From the “small t” traumas of getting ghosted, experiencing a fall-out with a close friend, or swerving to avoid a car accident to the “capital T” traumas of sexual assault, an upending natural disaster, or a life-threatening illness - Johnson explains how the nervous system both protects us from immediate harm and creates reverberations that ripple through a lifetime.

Really interesting talk on how any healing modality, from breathwork to psychedelics, can re-traumatize a dysregulated nervous system.

Working with a Practitioner you feel safe with is vital.

Integration to come back to regulation is vital. Contact me if you would like some support integrating any experience.

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“At the core of every addiction is an emptiness based in abject fear. The addict dreads and abhors the present moment; she bends feverishly only toward the next time, the moment when her brain, infused with her drug of choice, will briefly experience itself as liberated from the burden of the past and the fear of the future—the two elements that make the present intolerable. Many of us resemble the drug addict in our ineffectual efforts to fill in the spiritual black hole, the void at the center, where we have lost touch with our souls, our spirit—with those sources of meaning and value that are not contingent or fleeting. "

― Gabor Maté, In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction