|12-07-2011, 08:57 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2011
An example of the technique we use to resolve trauma
A few months ago I saw "The Kings Speech" while on a plane and was surprised to see a very good example of the technique we have been using for the last few years to resolve childhood trauma. This is a true story if you haven't seen it and a rather good film too.
'Bertie' was raised in a rather unpleasant environment although without physical abuse and he developed a stammer due to the way he was treated. As an adult he met with a speech therapist who had used a rather unusual technique to help people suffering from WW1 trauma and applied it with some success.
You will see the important parts in this scene:
deliberately provoking an emotional response
continuing to push the emotional response past the point of completely reactive
not once buying into the reactive shouting
stopping at the point of realization
allowing the realization to manifest
showing support and care once the control is broken.
Obviously it takes a lot more than just the one realization to break a chain but each one is able to invoke instant and permanent change.
This is all that is required for enlightenment, repeating this process over and over and over again. Thousands of times even. Eventually as the emotion is defused the higher mind awakens and begins to take control of the process. I haven't had a strong involvement in our process for probably a year now except for general discussion and support. A lot of our work is done while asleep as the mind works better there.
Better share the link to the film then
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