Monday, January 27, 2014

After stress releasing session

 As a result, the work goes on long after the session is over. Your bodymind is shifting from one equilibrium to another. A non-conscious part of you knows what’s going on with your health at all times. That’s the part of you that we are dialoguing with. This work requires a willingness on the part of the client to, at times, take a circuitous route to their healing.

The origins of a problem may not always be obvious and may go deeper than is perceivable by the conscious mind.
For example, a shoulder problem may show up as resentment or grief over various responsibilities. While the shoulder pain appears to be physical in nature, the underlying issues that created the problem in the first place may be of mental or emotional origins. A physical problem in the neck might find a connection to dysfunction in the sacrum, which in turn finds it’s origins in the fear of sexual, financial and job related issues, for example.

While it is understandable that we want quick relief from our physical pain, exploring our issues from deeper levels allows us to be more masterful at understanding how we are involved in the origins of the issue, which in turn puts us in the unique position of being the best person to unravel the issue within ourselves.

When trauma is released, you may experience temporary physical or emotional pain which will pass quickly as body and brain tissues resume a more balanced function.

It is not uncommon for a client to have an emotional release days after a session. Some may feel happy, sad, confused or even angry. It is also possible
for some to experience aches and pains while body tissues and energies are adjusting.

When we are under long-term stress, we may not even notice that we idle at a high level of anxiety.  We essentially relax in a 'tense state' because we have got used to being at that set point.

If we have been running on adrenaline for a long time, then coming off adrenalized behavior patterns may feel initially like a withdrawal.  This is not a bad thing.  The body is simply readjusting while our energy returns to a more even state.

The person may be required to perform reinforcement exercises at home and adopt changes to lifestyle.

In this work, we become more friendly with ourselves and the world.
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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Come to the edge (Appollinaire)

"Come to the edge" he said,
"We can't, we are afraid" they said,
"Come to the edge"
"We can't, we will fall"
"Come to the edge"
and they came
and he pushed them
and they flew.

~ Guillaume Appollinaire