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Re: Unprocessed Trauma- Your Likely Root Cause


"Meditation helps us to cope or block out our suffering, but unfortunately does not get to the root of our problem." 

Simply not true.  As a 30+ year in my body meditator - am very much in touch with my chakras, aura, and energy system, and have found that it does get to the root of the problems - and does not block it out.  I practice an active meditation that uncovers the issues and life experiences - including the 'forgotten' ones.  (The body remembers everyone of our experiences - including all pre-natal events from conception onward.)  I have remembered a pleasant life experience that I attended as a child and as an adult I thought must have happened when I was about 3 1/2.  My mother died more than 20 years ago and among her personal effects was a document that was given to her at the time of this particular event.  I learned that my vivid memory which I still have, happened when I was six months old.  I will be 81 in three weeks time.

If you're an out of body/cross legged meditator your statement may have some validity.  I once attended a two week retreat where the majority of meditators were the cross legged variety.  At the retreat (Esalen California) was a small, circular meditation building where up to eighteen meditators sat in the cross legged position on cushions.  Each day had a meditation time and I arrived early.  I had no problem meditating when there were two or three of them there, but after seven or eight of them were meditating at the same time that way, it began to get woo woo weird.  I could no longer stand to be there after about a dozen or so were meditating - out of their bodies, and had to leave in order to get back into mine.

"The healthier we are the better we can process trauma."

I've seen very healthy, vital, in their prime men - turn to mush.  I've also watched men die around me - in combat.  I'm a Korean war Marine Corps front-line vet and discovered that it is those kind of things that get buried but which ultimately - in order to maintain one's sanity, have to be faced directly head on.  After Korea I became a jet fighter crew member where I joined Caterpillar Club (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caterpillar_Club) when our fighter had an explosion, fire and crash landing that killed the pilot - all in the black of night.  I got out at 600 feet through a tunnel without a physical scratch on me.  I'll take those experiences over and over again, compared to what I experienced in childhood. 

Proper nutrition is fine, but it does nothing to release trauma.  For an excellent book on how to release stored trauma, I recommend the book at this web site.

http://www.amazon.com/Revolutionary-Trauma-Release-Process-Transcend/dp/18972...

The Revolutionary Trauma Release Process: Transcend Your Toughest Times [Paperback] David Berceli

 

 

 
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