Around the middle of last year, there was a day when I felt like trying yoga again, and this was partly due to the fact that I felt lighter. What also gave me a boost was that I had just spent the afternoon with a friend.
I had thought about doing this before, but I hadn’t taken the next step; this time it was different. I ended up looking online for somewhere that was close by and when I did this, I just happened to come across a technique for healing trauma.
I wanted To Know More!
I was curious about it what is was all about; I even sent an email to the website asking for more details. It turned out that there were yoga classes at the same place, so I thought I might be able to find out more about it when I went for the yoga session.
To my surprise, the same woman who taught yoga also taught the technique for healing trauma. I asked her about what it was all about and she had a lot of positive things to say about it, and she said that the next class would be in a few days time if I wanted to experience it.
Raring To Go
I would have tried the technique there and then; I didn’t need time to think about it and I didn’t need convincing either. After a few days had passed, I went back to try it out and to see if it was any good.
In the beginning, we did a number of different stretches and then we went into a position where the trauma could be released. When this started to happen, I ended up being filled with joy and gratitude.
Before I tried this technique, I was aware that there was a lot of stick energy in my body, and I had even released some of this when I tried somatic experiencing a little while before. When I tried this technique, I didn’t think it was overly effective; it seemed a bit slow and weak.
However, when I experienced this technique for the first time, it was far more powerful. I was filled with joy because I was finally letting go of trauma and I felt grateful because I had been trying to do this for many, many years.
I had used techniques that had healed emotional pain, but what I hadn’t come across was anything that would allow me to let go of the fear, anxiety and terror that I was carrying and to feel safe. At the same time, I would be more accurate for me to say that I had come across different methods and techniques that allowed me to settle down, but the results didn’t last.
I learned this technique at a place that was very near to a big castle and, during my first session, I had this vision where I was on a horse and I ended up being given a sword. It was as though I was being rearmed, it was a very powerful experience.
What’s it called?
This technique is called Total Release Experience®, or TRE for short. Not only does this technique actually heal trauma, but it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg to learn it and someone can use it whenever they need to.
When it comes to healing trauma, normal therapy or counselling rarely work. In addition to this, it often costs a fortune and someone can end up being dependent on another person to regulate how they feel.
As a result of this, someone can have their existing problems and then they can end up with a load more by taking the traditional route. They can feel the same, if not worse, and they can have even less money that they had to begin with.
So, if you would like to find out more about Total Release Experience®, please go to - https://treuk.com/.
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Oliver JR Cooper
Oliver JR Cooper
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That which is contained within these articles is based on my own empirical understanding and is true for me at the time they were written. However, as I continue to grow, what I perceive as the truth will inevitably change and as a result of this - parts of these articles may not reflect my current outlook.
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