submitted by Dr. Susan Burger, www.LiveWithVitality.com
Bills to pay.
Aging parents, young children, and oh so many expectations.
Doing what we think is right, what we’ve been told is expected of us by our mothers, fathers, teachers and preachers, there is still an undercurrent of fatigue and anxiety.
“So why am I not happy? What went wrong?”
We say we’re “fine” but we’re not. We are in the proverbial BOX.
Connection and community feel like a thing of the past, replaced with tablets, phones and laptops.
In our polarized society we seem to have stopped listening to each other.
I’ve seen a rise in anxiety, depression and health issues in my practice even among children, teens and young adults.
Feeling disconnected from each other and ourselves weakens us physically, mentally and emotionally.
Still, there is hope.
Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) is a process that identifies feelings and memories deep in our subconscious mind and body, and a process of gentle release.
There is no blame or shame of anyone or anything, rather a letting go of limiting core beliefs that have caused much misery.
Feelings when felt and integrated can be a source of wisdom.
Recent research with brain imaging shows that after NET the trauma centers of the brain that had been active become calm and normalized. The event is remembered without the “charge” to it. (Marcus Institute of Integrative Health/Jefferson, Philadelphia)
A sense of relief and freedom arises as we become less encumbered by the trauma, events and memories of the past.
Seeing things through different eyes leads to more joy and peace in our way of being.
You can find calm in the chaos, now.