A Way To Move On From Your Traumas
A Way To Move On From Your Traumas
Can you really grow through your traumas? Free yourself? And move on?
Yes, it is not only possible but you can do this without feeling overwhelmed and helpless.
One small step at a time, with consistency and dedication. That’s how Mia did it. And so can you.
“I had been depressed for quite a long time. I had quite intense CPTSD (complex post-traumatic stress disorder) responses. I had a lot of anxiety and lacked daily basic self-care like cooking and eating. My executive function was really slow and bad at the time. So these symptoms were stopping me from living a full life and from concentrating on relationships that I wanted to achieve,” recalls Mia.
We all experience traumas, so you are not the only one.
It is part of being human. While traumas come in different forms, they all happen for the same reason — due to the emotional stress that overwhelms our ability to cope.
Now, how long you want to live with those traumas is a matter of choice. Today, we have access to techniques and support systems that can help us heal and grow. It doesn’t have to be an extremely painful and monumental undertaking.
In fact, quite the opposite: you can do it one small step at a time.
“Yes, it is possible to one day wake up and feel that you are in a healthy environment, surrounded by people who genuinely care about you,” exclaims Mia.
A few months later, after learning about emotional mastery and applying certain techniques, Mia feels a total shift: “I had a lot of stress because of all these physical symptoms that were quite overwhelming at the time before learning to master my emotions. I was overwhelmed, lost, just going with the flow of emotions, and not really being in control. And now I notice that I have routines, self-discipline, self-love, and I am much happier.”
So, how did this all happen in such a short period of time?
Well, turns out, there is a way to do this.
The Emotional First Aid, Emotional Regulation, Emotional Pressure Release, and Pattern Breaking are some powerful techniques taught in the Emotional Mastery Program to help process, release and grow through traumas. These techniques were formed and tested over many years of research, training, and application. They are derived from physiology, neurology, psychology, and psychotherapy.
The beauty of these techniques comes from their simplicity and effectiveness. They use both our analytical and emotional intelligence in a balanced, integrated approach with the help of symbology, making it easy for us to apply and feel the effects immediately. We can feel the changes happening real-time.
“With just small shifts of change in your own thinking about yourself and about your situation, things will change,” Mia points out, “It’s not going to be easy…and the only thing you need is dedication, time, and resilience that you don’t give up.”
Jenny Hale, the founder of the Jenny Hale Authentic Living who also leads the Emotional Mastery Program describes it like this: “Imagine the feeling of having to submerge a bunch of balloons underwater. That is a lot of energy needed to keep them there. Then slowly you let them go one by one. And one day you find out that you have released all those balloons. Now, how much energy is spent on holding them down? None, because there are no balloons left. That is how trauma release works too. One by one, one small step at a time. And yes, the day will come when you will feel amazing. Just keep on with the practice. ”
“It’s all about getting the proper emotional support to resolve that emotional stress and allowing it to leave the system. We can do that at any time. If it didn’t happen immediately after the traumatic event, we can do it now with the skills that we’re developing in the Emotional Mastery Program,” says Jenny.
In conclusion, the first thing to understand is that traumatic events don’t have to be long-lasting. They can be processed, released, healed, and further used for personal growth.
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All this can be done one small step at a time, in manageable sizes. One simple technique at a time. Those traumas that seems large at first, get released in small bit and pieces like a balloon flying away into the sky. And one day, just like Mia and many others, you will feel that your life has changed. You have changed. The people and the environment around you have changed.
Soon enough, you will wake up one day and realize that your traumas have transformed into strength and power.