The Path to Healing
The role of the mind
From the moment of conception, everything that happens to us is recorded in our soul and stored in our cells. Our minds help us understand and process logical things, such as mathematical solutions, scheduling appointments, following a recipe/instructions; however, our feelings and emotions go beyond the mind.
Often times, when we are faced with severe shock, or traumatic experiences, the mind will block out the trauma in order to protect the person. The trauma is then being suppressed into the subconscious, as the trauma/shock is too painful to deal with. As a result we will have forgotten these events, or will only have a vague memory of what has happened. Even though we may have none to little recollection of it, the pain of the trauma remains within us.
How are trauma and programming connected
We all have certain “buttons” that rule and run our lives. The times where we say: “This always happens to me!” Don’t we all have these moments? These moments where someone, or something pushes our “buttons” and we get angry or upset. This all happens as a result of trauma. Think of trauma like programming. Every time we go through trauma our cells, mind and consciousness get reprogrammed and we automatically step away from our essence.
Results of post-trauma
Anxieties, depression, Post traumatic disorders, migraines, stomachaches, bronchitis, etc… the list is endless in what ways our body and mind reacts to and expresses pain, as a result of past trauma, which often times goes back into our early childhood. From my experience, these buttons and behavioral patterns, both physically and emotionally are a result of unresolved trauma from the past, which is stored inside the cells.
Our cells and our soul never forget the trauma, and have all the information about every single thing that has happened to us throughout our lifetime, stored inside of them. In cellular and soul healing the patient learns how to access this information, process it and release the trauma.
Often times I have witnessed, how unresolved trauma expresses itself through illness. It can be anything from an ear infection, stomach aches, headaches, back pain, toothache, and even cancer. The list is endless, however, the cause usually lies in recurred childhood trauma that has remained untouched.
I have often heard the sentence “time heals all wounds”, but from my experience, time doesn’t heal anything, unless processed, or treated. I believe that the only thing time does, is give the person time to “shove the pain into the subconscious”, where is remains unresolved and unseen, until it eventually expresses itself either physically, and/or emotionally.
How does the treatment work
The treatment consists of 2 different aspects. The physical and emotional. In my approach, the two are interconnected, and one affects the other. Therefore, I always begin the treatment with a balancing of the body through focusing on the breath, relaxation and healing, while the patient lies fully dressed on the massage bed. This gives the patient a few minutes to connect inwards, quiet the mind and listen in to his/her body. This is the gateway and key tool of the treatment. It allows access to all information and memory that is stored inside the body and the cells.
With the help of guided imagery the patient then listens in to his/her body and connects to the feeling/picture/sensation that’s coming up for him. This technique acts as a direct pathway to the cell memory, which is stored in the subconscious. Once the cell memory is accessed, the patient undergoes a deep healing process, where he/she recovers lost information and restores a sense of well being and reconnection with the inner child.
Throughout the whole treatment, I gently accompany the patient with healing, in order to support him in the process.
During the treatment the patient learns a lot of tools, such as: breathing and relaxation techniques; to expand his/her awareness; how to listen to what’s going on inside of him/her; and how to communicate and listen to the inner child.
I believe that this process work is very important because when trauma remains untouched, it causes disconnection, distortion and chaos. Our lives fall out of balance and we lose the connection to ourselves. In my opinion, ‘being connected to ourselves’, is the key to living a balanced life and making the choices that support us on our path.