In clearing trauma, we can also reduce or remove the power of events to trigger us to re-experience that trauma.
Some of my clients find this prescription confronting, but knowing the benefits can make it more appealing to try.
I’ve used many modalities in my therapy practice that use other parts of the body and brain, yet this one has some quick results.
Yoga nidra is a state of deep relaxation. It’s not hypnosis, more like a form of active sleep, where your body sleeps but your mind stays alert.
Meditation doesn’t have to look like what you think it will. Open your mind to your own style and examine different resources and classes.
Stress is a part of life, but anxiety does not have to be.
The imagination offers the gift of creating ideals for what we want, but it can also be hijacked to create in our minds what we don’t want.
There is a whole continuum of feelings. Anxiety is on one end, and we can also explore other stops along that continuum.
When the eating disorder becomes an identity, you’ll look to it for direction. You may think it’s the only unique thing about you, but it’s not.
Everyone experiences anxiety to some degree, but it’s important to not let worry take over your life.