Could healing mental trauma be the missing link to health and vitality? You can be spot on with your diet, and be physically active. You will appear “fit”, but when you’re carrying around mental trauma and blockages, chronic negative emotions like stress, depression and anger etc, these somewhat toxic emotions can manifest dis-ease in many different forms.
There is a lot of information out there about how to live the most healthy, anti-inflammatory life, how to reverse autoimmune diseases and everything related to inflammation – including asthma, eczema, psoriasis, IBS, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, arthritis etc, and that’s what my award-winning program called The Inflammation Solution, helps people to achieve. (I also work one on one to support people in reaching their health goals.) The solution and the information is readily available.
What tends not to be addressed, is how to manage the emotional side of things. The idea of “toxic energy” in the body, is often too “woo woo” for many to understand – and I get it, I’m English. It’s only through being in LA for 3 years that I’ve delved deep into the energetic side of things and really got to understand the weird and wonderful world of energy and the importance of managing emotions. (In case you missed it, this podcast interview with Deepak Chopra and Tony Robbins on the Mind-Body connection is very worth a listen.) In fact, in the last few months, I’ve learned so much more about mental trauma, thanks to Anahita and some other healing work I’ve explored. We are not taught how to manage this side of things. We are not encouraged to manage stress and trauma in an effective way. You have to look for this information, hard. Doctors are not trained in it. Most psychologists and psychiatrists are not trained in it. Oncologists are not trained in it.
When people hear the word ‘trauma’ they often think of something really drastic that might happen to some people. What most people do not realise, is that if you’re a walking, talking, breathing human, over the age of 7, maybe earlier, you’re going to be carrying around mental trauma.
In this Mojo Fit podcast interview, Anahita Anais, Founder of Compass Protocol.com shares briefly how she healed her chronic pain of 3 years completely holistically after being advised by professionals to take ineffective and harmful medications including narcotic painkillers and anti-depressants. She then shares how she was inspired to go on her own journey of self-healing having healed her own chronic pain and how she retrained in Trauma Release Therapy to serve others in pain, stress and trauma management. This will blow your mind as she reveals the power of the mind-body connection…
1.30 – Anahita’s summary of healing chronic pain (in greater details in a previous podcast)
2.25 – She would not allow doctors to treat the symptoms of her chronic pain if they did not reach the root of the chronic pain
3.00 – Her realisation of how her work environment impacted her health
3.30 – Mind-body medicine, reveals how stress was main contributor
4.05 – Rapid healing once discovering the mind-body connection
4.35 – Missing link of health and vitality
5.10 – The Truth About Cancer: Emphasis on Mind Over Body
5.30 – Two programs Anahita has been studying.
6.00 – Chronic pain has very little to do with structural processes in the body
6.30 – An orchestra analogy
7.10 – Neuroplasticity and “brain hacks”
8.55 – Optimising the brain patterns
9.15 – Losing pain in limbs / hands had NOTHING to do with mechanical processes in the body
9.50 – TRE – Trauma Release Exercises
11.00 – Tremors
11.15 – Fight Or Flight: What happens internally
12.00 – If the energy does not get dispersed it builds up
12.40 – Build up of toxicity and manifestation of disease
13.00 – Brain does not differentiate between actual threat and perceived threat. It activates the same system.
13.30 – Modern day life creates constant storage of toxic energy, and we live in a heightened state of fight of flight
14.10 – Examples of heightened state of fight or flight
14.40 – How stress creates disease
15.10 – How we all carry stress and trauma (but we don’t think of it as trauma)
15.25 – How trauma memories are stored – fragmented storage. People can find out years later that they were subjected to trauma
16.10 – We can all carry trauma with no idea we’re carrying it
17.30 – How different harmful emotions affect different organs
17.55 – How toxicity breaks down the strength of the immune system
18.00 – Constant fight or flight means immune function gets shut down. Your body shuts down the less important mechanisms!!
19.00 – How TRE works
19.40 – Children and animals have a way to release the energy. Adults suppress it unknowingly
22.20 – Water in a kettle analogy. Where does the energy go?
23.05 – implementing concepts of neuroplasticity and mindfulness
23.25 – My own experience of energy healing which I used to think of woo woo
24.00 – Psoas muscles help to release the energy
25.30 – Why people get hunchbacks – childhood trauma can create hunchbacks
27.10 – Mass trauma and PTSE
28.00 – Best practices for going about TRE
29.00 – Avoid ‘Freeze state’
30.00 – Reliving a memory – the difference between ‘transformational’ therapies vs TRE – solidifying memories in the brain
31.30 – Somatic Therapies
32.40 – How the memory works and how to handle stress – limbic system & emotional & logical brain
33.15 – Pre-frontal cortex – logical
37.00 – How to release the emotional story
37.20 – The Gem: “The meanings we give to events…”
38.30 – We fear what we do not understand
39:10 – How not to be a victim of our circumstances
39.55 – Who is responsible for our emotions.
40.40 – How to be in charge of your brain
42.40 – Effects of sugar on your nervous system
43.30 – www.CompassProtocol.com
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