THIS Removes Childhood Trauma…

Emotional release when done the right way does!

When it comes to emotional release, the process of letting go of childhood trauma can be a long and difficult journey. It’s one that takes time, patience, and dedication to face the painful emotions associated with those traumas and find a way to move forward in life without them weighing you down. With emotional release therapy, individuals are given tools and techniques to help them navigate through their pain in order to heal from past experiences.

At its core, emotional release therapy is about allowing yourself to experience your feelings so that they can be processed and eventually released. This involves acknowledging your pain as well as understanding how it affects you both mentally and physically. Through this process, individuals are able to identify patterns of behavior or thought processes which have been created due to the trauma they experienced during childhood. By recognizing these patterns, people can begin working on releasing themselves from those negative beliefs or behaviors by exploring alternative ways of thinking or acting which will lead them towards healthier outcomes for themselves going forward in life.

The goal of emotional release therapy is not only for healing but also for growth; while processing traumatic memories may bring up intense feelings such as sadness or anger, it also provides an opportunity for self-discovery as well as learning how best to cope with difficult emotions in the future when faced with similar situations again. As such, individuals who engage in this type of therapy often come away feeling more empowered than ever before because they have taken control over their own lives rather than simply accepting what has happened in the past without attempting any sort of change or progress moving forward.

In terms of what makes this form of therapeutic treatment unique compared other forms available out there today is its focus on helping each individual gain greater insight into his/her own personal experiences so that he/she can make positive changes based off that knowledge gained through exploration during sessions with a trained professional therapist specializing in emotion-focused treatments like this one specifically geared towards helping those struggling with childhood trauma related issues achieve greater freedom from those obstacles preventing them from living their most authentic selves today.

Understanding Trauma

Trauma can be a difficult concept to wrap our heads around, especially if we have not experienced it ourselves. It is important to understand that trauma is defined as an emotional response from an event or situation that has caused distress and lasting psychological damage. Trauma can manifest in many forms, such as depression, anxiety, panic attacks, physical symptoms like headaches and stomach aches, or even flashbacks of the traumatic experience. While everyone experiences trauma differently, there are some common signs to look out for such as avoiding situations related to the traumatic event or withdrawing socially.

It is also important to recognize that while there may be triggers associated with the original trauma–such as people who were present at the time of the incident–trauma does not always arise from singular events. Long-term exposure to chronic stressors can also cause psychological distress which may lead to feelings of helplessness and hopelessness over time. This kind of trauma should never be ignored but instead addressed by seeking professional help when necessary in order for healing and emotional release work its way into our lives effectively.

Understanding how your body responds under different circumstances will go a long way towards recognizing when you need extra support in dealing with your past traumas so that they do not continue negatively impacting your life today. By learning how best to cope with these triggers through self-care techniques like meditation and journaling you can take control back over yourself and begin building resilience against further potential sources of pain down the line.

Identifying the Triggers

Identifying the triggers of childhood trauma can be an important step in beginning to heal. This process is not easy, but with some practice and self-reflection it can be done. To begin, think back to when you first experienced the traumatic event or series of events. Was there something that happened right before it? It could have been a thought, feeling, or experience that triggered the emotions associated with your trauma.

Once you are able to identify what those triggers were for your own experience, try to become aware of them when they appear in daily life today. Pay attention if certain thoughts or feelings start coming up during conversations or situations; this could be a sign that something from your past has been activated and needs healing work done on it now. If possible, make notes about these experiences as they come up so that you can further explore them later on if needed.

If becoming aware of triggers becomes overwhelming at any point during this process take time away from exploring them until you feel more comfortable doing so again – remember to always put yourself first. With patience and persistence identifying these triggers will help bring clarity around why certain emotions may arise in relation to specific situations which can ultimately lead to emotional release and relief moving forward.

Releasing the Pain

In order to move on from the pain of childhood trauma, it is important to recognize and release the associated emotions. It can be difficult to identify these feelings as they may have been suppressed for many years. However, doing so is a crucial step in being able to move past what happened and create a more positive future.

The first step in releasing the pain is accepting that it exists. This can be hard as we may want to deny or avoid thinking about our experiences but until we accept them, we cannot truly start healing from them. Once accepted, take some time out for yourself and try activities such as yoga or meditation which will help you focus on your body’s sensations instead of getting stuck in your head with anxious thoughts.

Another way of letting go of painful memories is by writing down your feelings without censoring yourself; this allows us access into our subconscious mind where powerful emotions often lie dormant beneath conscious awareness. Through writing one might uncover forgotten traumas that need resolution before true emotional release can occur. Talking through these issues with someone who understands–such as a therapist–can be immensely helpful too; creating an atmosphere free from judgement encourages open dialogue and provides an outlet for all those trapped emotions that were buried away long ago.

Seeking Support

It can be difficult to come to terms with childhood trauma, but seeking support is an important step in the emotional release process. Connecting with a qualified therapist or counselor can help you gain insight and clarity into your past experiences, as well as provide valuable guidance and understanding of how those events have shaped your life. A mental health professional can also offer practical advice on how to work through current issues that may still be lingering from your childhood trauma. Having someone who is knowledgeable and understanding of your unique situation can make all the difference in helping you heal emotionally.

In addition to traditional therapy sessions, there are many other ways you can seek out support when it comes to letting go of childhood trauma. Talking about feelings openly with friends or family members who are supportive and compassionate could prove beneficial in processing emotions associated with traumatic events from the past. Joining a support group for survivors of similar traumas might provide further comfort knowing that others understand what it’s like to experience such pain firsthand. Alternatively, reading literature written by people who have gone through similar circumstances may be useful if you prefer discussing things internally instead of externally; sometimes having another person validate our feelings isn’t always necessary in order for us to move forward.

Growing Beyond Trauma

Trauma is an unfortunate part of life and it can be difficult to cope with the emotions associated with such experiences. However, it is important to remember that we all have the capacity to grow beyond trauma. By understanding our own feelings and embracing them, we can move forward in a healthy way and become stronger for having endured it.

One way to start this process is by actively engaging in self-care activities that help us reconnect with our inner selves. This could include journaling, meditation or mindfulness practices, or even just taking time each day for yourself without distractions from technology or other people’s opinions. When done regularly these activities can help us gain insight into what our needs are as well as how best to meet them going forward.

It may also be beneficial to talk about your experience in a safe space like therapy or a support group where you don’t feel judged but rather encouraged on your journey towards healing and growth. Doing so allows us the opportunity for emotional release which not only helps us express ourselves better but can create lasting positive changes in our lives too. We don’t have to let past traumas define who we are today – instead they should serve as an inspiration for moving onwards and upwards no matter what life throws at us.

About the author.
Jay Roberts is the founder of the Debox Method and after nearly 10 years and hundreds of sessions, an expert in the art of emotional release to remove the negative effects of trauma. Through his book, courses, coaching, and talks Jay’s goal is to teach as many people as he can the power of the Debox Method. 

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