Struggling with subconscious trauma?

change decisions mindtraining subconscious Aug 10, 2022
Self-Care and Trauma

If you’re struggling with subconscious trauma, you’re not alone. Many people have experienced some form of trauma in their lives, and it can take a toll on your mental and emotional health. However, there are ways to help heal from subconscious trauma with self-care.

Self-care is any activity that you do intentionally, to take care of your physical, mental, and emotional health. It’s important to find what works for you, as everyone’s needs are different. However, some self-care activities that can help heal subconscious trauma are journaling, spending time in nature, and practicing meditation or mindfulness.

If you’re struggling with subconscious trauma, reach out for help. Talk.

 

The Importance of Self-Care

There are many ways to incorporate self-care into your life. You can start by making time for yourself every day, setting aside time for relaxation and hobbies, and making sure to eat healthily and exercise regularly. It’s also important to find activities that help you relax and de-stress. For some people, that might mean spending time in nature, listening to music, or spending time with friends and family. Whatever works for you, make sure to make time for it in your schedule.

Self-care is an important part of healing from subconscious trauma. However, it’s also important to seek professional help if you’re struggling. Talk to your doctor or a mental health professional if you need extra support.

Why is Self-Care Important?

Subconscious trauma can be difficult to heal by yourself because it's often buried deep within our psyche. This type of trauma can be caused by a variety of things, including childhood experiences, abuse, or even witnessing a traumatic event.

However, there are things we can do to help ourselves heal. One of the most important things we can do is to practice self-care. This means taking care of our physical, emotional, and mental needs. When we nurture ourselves, we create an environment that is conducive to healing.

We can also help ourselves heal by seeking professional help, such as therapy or counseling. By working with a professional, we can begin to understand and address the effects of our trauma. Finally, we can also heal by connecting with others. When we share our stories, we can feel less alone and begin to heal.

 

How to Incorporate Self-Care into Your Life

There are many ways to incorporate self-care into your life. This means taking care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally. Eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, and getting enough sleep are all important aspects of self-care. You should also make time for activities that make you happy and relax you. This might include reading, spending time in nature, or listening to music.

It’s also important to talk about your experiences with someone you trust. This can be a friend, family member, therapist, or counselor. Talking about your experiences can help you to understand them better and can also help you to feel less alone.

Finally, it’s important to be patient with yourself. Healing from trauma can take time and there will likely be good days and bad days. Just remember that you are not alone in this and that there is help available if you need it.

Talk to a therapist, counselor, or another mental health professional to get the support you need. There are many organizations that offer counseling and therapy services specifically for trauma survivors. These organizations can provide you with the support and resources you need to start healing. If you’re struggling with subconscious trauma, reach out for help.

In addition, there are many books and articles available on the topic of healing from trauma. Reading about other people’s experiences can be helpful in understanding your own experiences. It can also help you to realize that you are not alone in what you’re going through.

 

Most people don't feel that they have gone through a trauma

But here is the thing, most people struggle with unwanted behaviour, feelings of inferiority, or know that something is holding them back from moving forward with their personal development or life. And they are not aware of any trauma. Yes, they might acknowledge that they did not have a really happy childhood, that they were loved but that their parents were fighting most of the time, or that they were bullied at school...but hey who hasn't gone through any of that? Right? They never connect the dots. On a conscious level, they believe it's no longer troubling them because they never think about it again. It’s no longer traumatic in the here and now.

When we want to progress in our lives, when we want to develop ourselves spiritually, or when we want to learn to move from a Normal Waking state to another state of consciousness for instance the Meditative state, we need to address what is in the subconscious. Address what is there ready to be healed. My clients always gain insights into their behaviour, and their life choices. But more importantly, they can change what no longer serves them. Because once you are there, in the subconscious, you can get to the root cause of unwanted behaviour and thought patterns and heal it with ITP™

 

Does that mean that Self-Care doesn’t help? 

Of course, it helps. Self-care is important, but it's not a cure-all. It's not going to magically make all your problems go away. But it can help you to cope with difficult situations, to manage stress, and to feel better in general.

I always recommend self-care after a Subconscious Healing session. It speeds up the healing process. But only self-care is simply not enough. Not for recent trauma victims that still suffer from their trauma in the here and now. They need to find a Therapist. And not for anyone with subconscious trauma that still has an effect in the here and now.

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