Why Memory May Not Be Necessary to Heal from Trauma

 

Tension and trauma aren’t just stored in words and memories. They are also stored in feelings and sensations.

When we learn TRE Tension & Trauma Release Exercises, we access an explorative doorway to treat the ‘unspoken parts’ of trauma.

TRE Trauma Release Exercises

While TRE began as a way to help those with post-traumatic stress, the practice has evolved to support self-development or a meditation practice and for athletes who use it for muscular recovery after training.

The self-induced therapeutic tremoring that we access during a TRE session can counterbalance that tension and stress. Unfortunately, as its often seen as unconventional or out of control we have learned to override this natural, voluntary mechanism.

The Body’s Clues

When you develop a regular TRE practice you’ll learn how to read the body’s clues and follow the body’s movements, and start to map trauma’s impact on your body. Maybe you are carrying old patterns of tension and trauma from an unhappy home life or bullying at school, or simply the stress of meeting deadline after deadline.

Body awareness and our innate inner wisdom can help us detect and ‘treat’ these old trigger patterns (that we often cannot find language for) through exploring self-induced therapeutic tremoring or ‘shaking meditation’.

Step by Step Strategy

TRE also gives us a step-by-step strategy that can help us to learn to tolerate difficult sensations (perhaps an ache in the pit of the stomach, aching back, racing heart) and the associated emotions without being overwhelmed and crippled by them.

Sometimes we don’t have words for what has happened to us and TRE gives us access to profound inner wisdom, and the empowerment of self-healing.

Chronic Stress

Most Providers use TRE to help clients with chronic stress, on-going anxiety and sleep dysregulation. In our modern life, particularly now, we can find ourselves in a state of chronic stress with our bodies locked in protective patterns — short, tight breathing, clenched jaws, tense muscles, stomach issues and unexplained chronic pain.

Learning TRE is often a light bulb moment for many clients as they finally find what feeling truly relaxed is like – often for the first time as their body lets go of years of chronic stress.

For more information about learning TRE with Kate at TRE Shaking Training get in touch for more information at info@katemunden.com

Next Module 1 TRE Weekend Retreat for a deep dive into personal shaking practice is 21/22 May 2022 in Kent TN17 Early Bird investment is only £220

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Kate is a trauma and embodiment specialist. She is a TRE & EFT Supervising Mentor and is on the Executive Board of EFT International (formerly AAMET) and is a Comprehensive Energy Psychology Practitioner, DipPsych, Master Hypnotist, Master Practitioner of NLP and Time Line Therapy (accredited by the ABNLP) and has been an intuitive body & energy worker for 30 years. While she works with any problem state she specialises in the sensitive areas of Post Traumatic Stress, emotional abuse, chronic pain and anxiety.