Energy Healing Emotional Trauma - The Help Of Reiki
Trauma is our body's way of alerting us to an interruption in our being that cannot be viewed by our other five senses. Our energy system has been damaged, and as a result, we require both repair and healing.
And energy healing emotional trauma is said to be helpful. We'll discuss it later on.
The word "trauma" is used by a great number of people on earth to refer to the connection of this kind of energy interruption with the past. This point of view holds back your capacity for original thought but does make some sense to you.
You are able to find some relief from your injuries in the past. Your energetic crack has appeared in the here and now. What you refer to as traumatic events are actually expressions of this rupture rather than the causes of it.
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You have to understand what the rupture means in terms of energy. You have only been concentrating on the shadow that the rupture creates up to this point, and you have not yet observed the light that the rupture originates from.
How Trauma gets Trapped in Your Body and Nervous System 2/3
Where exactly does the body keep the guilt it has engaged?
The positive emotions of gratefulness and togetherness, as well as the negative emotions of guilt and hopelessness, popped up to look pretty similar on the emotional map. Feelings were mapped mainly in the heart, followed by the head, and then the stomach.
In the sense of Reiki, the term "trauma" can relate to anything from a physical injury like a broken bone or a surgical scar to a deep psychic insult that results in feelings like loss, grief, anguish, or even terror.
These are clearly in violation of both the mental and physical honesty of the victim, and it is instantly obvious that they are traumatic experiences. But traumatic experiences can also be brought on by situations that, on the surface, do not appear to be seriously damaging.
These are the kinds of things that lead to energetic interruptions that make the spirit uncomfortable. These are also considered trauma in Reiki, and as such, they are treated in the same manner.
According to Dhaduk, when we go through a traumatic event, our esoteric body (think chakras and aura) can hold on to energy. She said:
If it’s not processed, it can lead to mental, emotional, and sometimes physical blockages and discomfort. During Reiki, the ‘Ki’ helps move this stagnant energy out of our energetic system, replacing it with pure Source energy.
Reiki works on your mind, your emotions, your body, and your spirit. It is an energy system that can release stuck, blocked, or stagnant energy by encouraging and stimulating healthy, positive, pure energy to flow in its place.
This can activate and promote healing. It is especially good for healing trauma because, after any kind of trauma, people can get "low vibration energy blocks."
These make us feel and think like we have to carry heavier weights. Think of them as metaphorical roadblocks that get in the way of the normal flow of energy and force the system to re-route traffic.
Are you wondering how would you feel during the reiki session for emotional trauma healing?
Again, as Dhakuk said, When deep-rooted "Ki" energy is released during a Reiki treatment, it can cause reactions like crying, uncontrollable twitching, changes in body temperature, and tingling. She sees these as a release of resistance.
You don't have to worry about it, actually, these reactions are a good part of the process of letting go. You don't have to try to stop or control the release, especially if you are in a safe and supportive place.
Even though it might feel strange or unfamiliar, this is a normal part of the healing process for people who have been through trauma.
In the body, there is a constant cycle of breathing, which brings in new energy and lets go of old energy. Your breath gives you the power to move your energy through your body. The breath is a way to get from how we feel now to how we want to feel.
Take a deep breath in, pause, and then let all the air out slowly. Do this 2-3 times. You WILL feel better and different.
- Movement and Exercise. As trauma disrupts your body's natural equilibrium, exercise and movement can help repair your nervous system.
- Connect with Others.
- Ask for Support.
- Accepting those hard things will happen in life and not trying to hide them.
- Being able to feel emotions that help you grow as a person.
- Not being afraid and not getting upset easily.
- Taking the bad things that happen with ease and flexibility.
When you cry for a long time, your body makes oxytocin and endogenous opioids, which are also called endorphins. Both physical and emotional pain can be eased by these chemicals that make you feel good.
Once the endorphins are out, your body may go through a stage where it doesn't feel much. Oxytocin can make you feel calm or good about yourself.
You can stop feeling bad over and over again! First, you need to admit that what happened to you was a terrible thing. Find help to do the work yourself. Take stock of where you can improve. Find time every day to be kind to yourself.