By definition, trauma is a deeply distressing or disturbing experience.
The word "trauma" by itself is pretty harsh, so use your own definition and language around how you explain our own life experiences.
Here me out:
There is this conception that if we "haven't experienced something that SEEMS distressing or disturbing" then we don't have trauma. Even if you grew up in the seemingly perfect family, with ideal living situations, there are events our body has held on to, and placed in our subconscious mind. Trauma can sometimes mean the ABSENCE of something... . Let that one sink in for a moment.
A lot of our fears, insecurities, and sabotaging life patterns are deeply rooted in trauma experienced as a child, and in emotions that can be trapped in our bodies from distressing past events. "Emotional baggage" is a very real thing, and your body can manifest this physically.
"Trapped Emotions" (which is created by our emotional baggage) may exert an influence on our physical tissues, which can potentially lead to acute discomfort and even illness. This can occur at ANY AGE, and can even be INHERITED from conception or from hundreds of generations prior!
And guess what?
When we remove these emotions specifically, we are removing them from your lineage - forwards AND back!
Imagine being the one to heal your family lineage - beautiful, right? Therapy ABSOLUTELY saved my life, I will never EVER discredit it. But, if talking about my crap was supposed to "fix me," then I'd been "fixed" a long time ago.
Ya feel me?
What I learned: I wasn't broken.
And neither are you.
The healing modalities I use combine fascinating and non-invasive techniques that remove trapped emotions from our bodies that can wreak HAVOC on our physical, emotional, and spiritual bodies.
Let's walk together on a transformational healing journey through the enlightenment of the heart, mind, body, and soul. I do this in many different ways, and encourage you to book a Discovery Call so we can determine what you need.
My approach is not a "one size fits all" - we all heal in different ways, at difference paces.
Be well and see you soon.