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"The Road to Healing: Exploring Trauma and Finding Strength"
“Trauma creates a distortion and limitation between an aspect of ourselves we created to endure the Trauma and who we were born to be.”
When we closely examine those words and the teachings of one of the world-renowned leaders in the study and treatment of early childhood Trauma, we can see the importance of examining how we show up in the world every day.
When we create an aspect of ourselves to survive Trauma, we create a gap between our authentic selves and who we’ve had to become to feel safe. He calls this the friction between authenticity and attachment. I’ve coined the phrase “Identity vs Security.” When we are forced to trade our authentic Identity for Security, we lose both.” Gabor goes on to teach us in his paradigm shifting book, ‘The Myth of Normal’ that “Trauma is the gateway to drugs, addictions and incarceration.
“Trauma is the root cause of ALL Disease, illness, and even mental disorders, from anxiety and depression, to bipolarism, schizophrenia and multiple personality disorders.” With this new understanding of the role that early childhood Trauma, and Trauma experienced in utero, we can understand how it changes the way we express ourselves in the world.
“Our perception of reality is more deterministic than reality itself.”
Dr Bruce Lipton Ph.D.
When we create an aspect of ourselves to endure our perceived reality, we literally become the physiological expression of that aspect, and that aspect comes with a set worldview, mood, posture, reactivity threshold, reactivity degree, emotional blood chemistry, and epigenetic expression. We then have a set way of being, and that creates a subconscious reaction to our environment.
“Your personality creates your personal reality.”
Dr Joe Dispenza