Unresolved traumas can keep us stuck, no matter how hard we try to "get over them", or how strong our willpower is...
What is a "trauma"? This 2-minute video explains.
Signs of having experienced a big shock or a trauma can include:
- Being on high alert
- Restless Sleep
- Persistent unwanted thoughts
- Avoiding memory triggers
- Feeling disorganised or overwhelmed
- Rejection from a loved one. Harsh words or bullying. Abuse of any sort. A tragic loss. Accidents. Injuries. Witnessing disturbing scenes. Violence. Unexpected news.
- The word “trauma” is often associated with highly dangerous or life-threatening events.
- However, it is a myth that we need to have been in a war-zone to have experienced a trauma.
- We all have experiences in everyday life which can shock or stress our nervous systems.
- Many times these events are mild enough to resolve naturally and leave no residual impact.
- Sometimes the impact is greater and longer-lasting.
- Our responses are very individual and are all valid.
- Any experience which leaves a lasting, significant, negative impact, such as the signs mentioned above, can mean your brain has treated and stored the experience as a trauma.
- Traumatic memories are stored differently to normal memories.
- The classical Greek definition of trauma is “wound”.
- We use this broad description of trauma, because it explains how a trauma feels: like a wound or injury is affecting the body, heart and mind.
- Traumas are like “invisible wounds”, held deep within the body and mind – and they require a special process to reach them, resolve them and restore equilibrium again.
- This is exactly what TBT® is for… and what it does so brilliantly.
With the right technique, you CAN move on from traumas
Moving on... from suffering to freedom
I AM® Moving On Session – Ashley’s Story
In one session, Ashley went from feeling like she “had a huge hole in her heart” to being able to comfortably talk about the unexpected, tragic loss of her younger brother.
I AM® Moving On Session – Nathan’s Story
Nathan knew something wasn’t right, yet wasn’t sure what it was. His I AM® Moving On Session revealed – and then resolved – a significant trauma, which had caused his feelings of confusion and overwhelm. He was then able to move on with his life again.
3 Easy Steps
Book Your Session
Use the online booking calendar to book an I AM® Moving On Session: in-person at Kendall (mid-north coast of NSW, Australia) or online via Zoom (worldwide).
Have Your Session
An I AM® Moving On Session steps you through the process of uncoupling the memory from the shock response in your body. Safe, gentle, non-retraumatising.
After the Session, the brain rewires itself around the changes made to the memory. When completed, permanent relief from post-traumatic symptoms are the result.
Facts about TBT®
- TBT® has been specifically designed to eliminate the symptoms of post-traumatic stress and the impact of negative experiences.
- It is suitable for children and adults of all cultural backgrounds and belief systems.
- It works on all traumatic memories – no matter how recent, old, small, large, minor or complex they are.
- TBT® is non-retraumatising, as very little detail about the original event is required.
- The process gently and systematically uncouples memories of traumatic experiences from the involuntary, ongoing responses to shock, which are stored in the body’s nervous system and brain.
- Step-by-step, the impact of the memory of the original event is altered. The memory remains, yet it no longer triggers disturbing reactions in the body and mind.
- One trauma is worked on per session.
- Related traumas will often be resolved as well, by treating the main one.
- TBT® provides rapid relief. Even major traumas are usually resolved within a 60 to 90-minute session.
- Once the neural pathways of the brain adjust, permanent change is the result.
- It is very time and cost-effective – and shortcuts a great deal of suffering.