Posts Tagged ‘trauma’


[embedded content]….Dr David Berceli showing six of the exercises.  Anonymous 10 September 2020 at 15:04 writes – For the Aangirfan library of healing and self-healing knowledge. There is a successful set of techniques used to heal people’s traumas, using the fact that trauma is recorded physically in the body. ‘Trauma Releasing Exercises’ or TRE used in part, […]

Using Self Compassion and Acceptance to Heal from Trauma and PTSD

September 4th, 2020 by Dr Matthew Welsh Guest Writer for Wake Up World “Trauma is personal. It does not disappear if it is not validated. When it is ignored or invalidated the silent screams continue internally heard only by the one held captive. When someone enters the pain and hears the screams healing can begin.” – […]

Hypothesis: Face Mask Induced O2 Depletion and CO2 Enrichment Elicit Fear and Anxiety (i.e. Trauma-Based Control)

By Sayer Ji Wearing a face mask may carry a steep physiological price, adversely impacting your health and well-being in these already extremely stressful times.  Concerns about the harms of mask wearing continue to increase, especially ever since numerous US states began mandating their use as a non-pharmaceutical intervention intended to contain the spread of […]

Seattle Moves To Replace ‘Racist’ Police With ‘Trauma-Informed, Gender-Affirming, Anti-Racist’ Organizations

(ZH) The Seattle City Council advanced legislation on Friday which would replace the ‘racist institution of policing’ with a civilian-led activities and organizations under a new ‘Department of Community Safety & Violence Prevention.’ The bill justifies the move by pointing to the prevalence of ‘white supremacy culture’ and the Seattle PD’s role in ‘perpetuating racism […]

How The New Science of Psychedelics Can Teach Us About Depression, Trauma & Much More…

Next Story The use of psychedelics and plant medicines in our current society is no longer considered taboo. We have been seeing an increase of research and discussion around the potential healing capacity of such substances over the past decade or so and words like ayahuasca are echoed quite regularly throughout many conversations between people […]

How to care for yourself mentally and emotionally after experiencing trauma during an airplane flight

(Natural News) If you’re already wary of traveling by air, recent news reports might have added to your apprehension when it comes to airplanes. For example, last April, tragedy struck a Southwest Airlines flight, with one passenger dead after an engine exploded. Many of the passengers on the same flight were shaken as they […]

Soul Retrieval Can Heal Addiction, Trauma and Mental Illness – Here’s How

May 14th, 2018 By Mateo Sol Guest writer for Wake Up World Beneath most headaches is a heartache. It’s a natural protective mechanism of ours to think our way around wounds instead of feeling our way through them. In this day and age, we just want an escape. What can we do to stop feeling the pain we’re feeling? How […]

Jews and trauma

I got into Gaza six months after the big massacre of 2008-2009, with Code Pink. It was one of the most scarring travels of my life– obviously. The people there were hungry for any attention from outsiders, that was my main impression. They were isolated from all of humanity, and tarred as terrorists. They were […]

International Solidarity Movement tour conveys Palestinian trauma to a stunned US audience

The other night in Brooklyn, I caught two activists from the International Solidarity Movement, Rana Nazzal and Joe Catron, describing their work in Palestine to 70 people crowded into the Commons Cafe. The tour continues tonight in Syracuse and on to many other venues in Canada and the States (and at times includes our own […]

Acknowledging and Overcoming Masculine Trauma Through Patriarchy

March 13th, 2018 By Diana Beaulieu Guest writer for Wake Up World Patriarchy is damaging to men as well as to women. As we awaken on an individual and collective level and the old structures and paradigms that dominated our world begin to collapse, we have an unprecedented opportunity to take an eagle eye’s view of the […]

The Key to Healing Trauma

Johanna Bassols, Guest Waking Times Toxic shame, and other resulting emotional coping mechanisms from deep childhood trauma often has people feeling that they can’t face the pain they experienced when they were young, innocent human beings. Traumatic abuse – whether its sexual, physical, or emotional abuse – causes lasting changes to our nervous systems, […]

Video: A Specialist Speaks About The Effects Of Childhood Trauma

Next Story Do you feel like you have a broken heart from your childhood? Do you feel like it’s affected your health? Are you struggling as a parent with how you are raising your own children?  Or, perhaps you just feel really unhappy with your life and with yourself? If this is you, then you […]

Drug-free Therapy Shows Potential to Heal Trauma, PTSD and Chronic Pain

Anna Hunt, Staff Writer Waking Times Some are calling energy psychology “the most impressive intervention,” with the ability to defuse emotions built up after years of trauma. Also called Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or just tapping, this practice is quickly making its way into the mainstream. “EFT is on its way to being recognized […]

How the Shamanic Medicine Iboga Can Resolve and Heal Childhood Trauma

Dylan Charles, Editor Waking Times Imagine being able to go back in time to relive those experiences from your childhood which have had the greatest impact on your life. Imagine being able to witness yourself as a child, but from the perspective of yourself today, looking at traumatic events with the understanding and compassion […]

Who would not slap a soldier after years of trauma and direct assaults? — an interview with Lynn Gottlieb

The Jewish political map is far from a monolith. Anti-Zionist, pro-Palestinian lefty Jews have gained prominence and attention due to public relation successes on the international arena as well as the Netanyahu government’s escalation of anti-Democratic legislation, targeting of human rights’ groups, persecution and expulsion of African refugees, and its endorsement and collaboration with neo-fascist, […]

The trauma of being Palestinian

A chain of mountains covered in pure white, trees extending beyond the reach of the eye, blue bodies of water mixed in with the white, brown and green. This was the scene I drank in as I stood atop Mary Jane Mountain in Colorado, 10,000 feet above sea level. I was speechless and exhilarated, since […]

The #1 Reason Emotional Trauma Doesn’t Heal – and How to Overcome It!

December 2nd, 2017 By Nanice Ellis Contributing writer for Wake Up World Have you ever wondered why it’s so difficult to heal emotional trauma? Well, believe it or not, unhealed emotional trauma is usually not the result of a past event, nor another person’s abusive actions, but, rather, the result of what we do to ourselves on […]

Trauma therapists in Iran’s quake-hit areas

IRNA – Four teams of psychoterapists have settled in Kermanshah hospitals to help earthquake trauma victims in western Iran, a health official said. In the days following an earthquake, people need mental health aids besides accommodation, food and cloths, Head of Ministry of Health and Medical Education department for mental health Aki Asadi told Islamic […]

YouTube Cartoon Videos Programming Toddlers for Trauma and Destruction

Jon Rappoport, GuestWaking Times Play very close attention to this one. It’s boggling. A reader recently sent me a note which alerted me to a form of programming I’d never heard of. The links he sent introduced me to what is a very widespread phenomenon on YouTube. The technology involved is beyond my limited […]

The Link Between Physical Illness and Unhealed Trauma

Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer Waking Times We’ve known for a long while that unresolved emotional trauma can cause lifelong behavioral problems. Most notably, Dr. Gabor Maté has explained how addictions arise in people who’ve suffered wounds in the past, mostly during their childhood years, and how those wounds continue to manifest in negative ways throughout […]

Grief-Work: Healing the Shadows of Trauma and Pain

October 17th, 2017 By Jack Adam Weber Contributing writer for Wake Up World When you live with, or are raised by, people who are mean, unreasonable, abusive, and who can’t attune to your needs you learn to cope to survive emotionally, psychically, and even physically. Such coping methods are not rooted in sustainable loving but in protection […]

How childhood trauma affects the brain

     It is not news that people abused as children are more exposed to clinical depression, anxiety, and a higher risk of death from suicide. But now, researchers have begun to reveal what happens in the brain following this kind of trauma. According to data provided by the Children’s Bureau of the United States Department […]

Israeli Terror Trauma Expert Made Chilling Prediction While Visiting Las Vegas, Nobody Took Him Seriously

During his stay in Las Vegas, he offered to advise municipality and security officials, but said he never heard back from them. He told the Jewish Telegraph Agency that despite his tremendous experience with the results of terror attacks, the mass shooting in Las Vegas hit him hard. “On one hand, you do exceptional things […]

Three Years On, Gaza Children Suffer From War Trauma

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Gaza: Children suffer from war trauma three years on

by Gada al-Haddad As Gaza marks three years since the Israeli assault that devastated the Strip and left more than 2,200 Palestinians killed, the psychological effects of the violence linger on. Children were among the most affected groups; in the 51-day onslaught, the Israeli army killed 500 children. The bombing campaign, which started in July and ended […]

From Trauma to Transcendence Through Neuroplasticity

September 17th, 2017 By Anthony Tyler Guest writer for Wake Up World “Neurons that fire together, wire together,” Dr. Max Cynader puts it, and it’s difficult to come across a more pertinent adage in today’s era. Discussion of neurons firing and wiring draws implications so vast that it impacts everything from positive and negative emotional spectrums, to the difference […]

The Trauma That Is Initiating Me

September 8th, 2017 By Lissa Rankin Guest writer for Wake Up World My dear friends, I just survived one of the most intense ordeals of my life. A series of traumas—one after the other over the past two years—have threatened to level me in a way that is reminiscent of the Perfect Storm that led me […]

‘Who is in that plane?’ Bombing trauma haunts children brought home to Russia from Iraq

5 Russian-speaking children orphaned in Iraq brought back home to Russia There were joyous scenes earlier this week when five children, including the two sisters Khadija and Fatima, arrived on a plane to Grozny and were embraced by their families. But after witnessing terror, the deaths of their parents and spending time in a Baghdad […]

Navy SEAL Releases Evidence Chris Cornell Died of Head Trauma & Strangulation

US Navy SEAL Craig Sawyer has released fresh evidence that has added yet more doubt to the suspicious ruling of Chris Cornell’s death as a suicide. A leaked audio clip of the first responder’s call has been revealed in which the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) describes a “trauma to the back of the head” along with “gym band […]

The Unmistakable Link Between Unhealed Trauma and Physical Illness

July 25th, 2017 By Lissa Rankin, MD Guest writer for Wake Up World Most of us experience trauma at some level, not just war veterans who witness and experience horrific terror, but simply by growing up as vulnerable children in a world where many parents are themselves traumatized and can’t always hold that vulnerability safe […]

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