Do you have an inherent need for control? Is that the only way you feel safe? What type of control do you practice? Do you know that there is another way?
So you don’t like it when other people are trying to control your behaviour. Guess what? You are being controlled by so many forces even as you read this…
They say poems are a powerful way to share what’s in one’s heart. In this blog, Sonia Trimmingham shares her story with us through this beautiful poem.
What happens when we let go of being a “trauma survivor”? Sometimes, it’s scary to let go of this identity but the grass is definitely greener on the other side.
He never received those letters but i wrote many of them; was able to re-integrate my childhood abuse and let go.
I would like to dedicate this section to Martina Hughes of Tantric Blossoming. She has taught me how to stay present with my feelings and my body and that has been such a crucial step in my own healing journey. To explain this step, I will take a very simple example to illustrate my point […]
Automatic Writing is a powerful way to acknowledge, feel and transform those blockages that are deep buried within our psyche. Let’s free ourselves…
The healing journey can be long and can be difficult at times and the resources list can really come in handy in reestablishing safety.
#babetterothschild #safetraumarecovery #ptsd #csa
There are times when we don’t like what we see or experience and we want to do something about it but fear stops us. Let’s have fun with the fear so it doesn’t stop us in your life from anything.
Wouldn’t it be great If we understood what is at the core of our relationship failures? Learn how trauma impacts our beliefs and impacts our relationships.
Music holds the power to heal us in many profound ways and it is available freely and easily. What a blessing!
Lucifer Effect – when good people do bad things – and they don’t even know sometimes
This is the blog about my exploration into Yengo National Park in NSW. I now know how tourists get into all sorts of trouble in Australia 😉
Hyper-sensitivity and hyper-alertness, specially in a sexual situation is a common way to create safety when having sex. But there is another way, our partners can help us heal that sense of sexual safety.
Do our experiences define us or they limit us? What do these labels like “victim” and “survivor of sexual abuse” mean? should we even use them?
Healing Journey doesn’t need to be harder than necessary. If we plan well, we can make it a smoother process for us and our loved ones.
The mind of a child doesn’t have capacity to handle something so intense and traumatising. There are very special brain activities that occur to handle such an experience