Last weekend I was in the Somatic Experiencing Training and as part of the experience, we practice on each other and have 1-on-1 sessions with SE Practitioners. ⠀
In SE, your body guides the experience. As you follow the body, you narrate the experience - both what is happening in your body and the memories, thoughts, feelings and beliefs that come up. ⠀
In my 1-on-1 session, I was asked to cull a more pleasant experience as a starting place. After describing the body sensations and imagery that came up, a feeling of power showed up for me. Then, the practitioner asked me to describe that power. And I couldn't. The best way I could describe it was that it didn't need to explain itself. ⠀
This feeling and thought has been lingering with me ever since. If I meditate on it further, it feels like power is always there for us. A kind of silent presence that simply exists. As if it's like light, waiting for us to harness it. Make use of it. Go on a journey and do some good with it. ⠀
This kind of power is so special and so important. It defies all the -isms and is there, inside of us, waiting to be harnessed. This is probably the most exciting part of my job - helping others find and harness their power.
Look past the finger pointing and labelling of people acting out of trauma. People do things out of trauma they wouldn’t do had they not been traumatised. The answer to ending the consequences of trauma is to advocate for societal change and #socialjustice in #trauma treatment. #worthyof
Setelah 3hri "digodog" materi + worksop bareng instruktur yg "gokil" gila.
Reuwas. Kesel. Tunduh. Canda. Tawa.
Bahkan katirisan (karena ga cocok AC dan alergi dingin) pulang diklat "gagaro".
Alhamdulillah evaluasi hari ini berjalan lancar.
Sempet gemeteran pas masang intubasi ka "embe" hidup.
Dan ditegur gegara pk tngan kanan pas simulasi psang intubasi (padahal m emng nyaman pke kanan, soalna beurat tur cangkeul)😂😅
Hatur nuhun ka sadayana.
Ilmu ter UPDATE na.. Benten pisan sreng tahun 2012 kapungkur.
Hatur nuhun oge tiasa ngangkat piala "rangking" 2 (reuwas bakating teu nyangki, rumaos teu tiasa) 😂😅 Aaahhh.. Pokona de beslah..
Mudah2n manfaat kanggo sadayana.
El terapeuta de EMDR trabaja con el paciente para llegar a un pensamiento , sentimiento o memoria perturbador, y por medio de la estimulación bilateral (puede ser por medio de la vista, el tacto o el sonido) las memorias perturbadoras son reprocesadas por el cerebro , convirtiéndose en vez de sentimientos dolorosos o desagradables en sentimientos RESUELTOS agradables. #EMDR#terapia#trauma#ansiedad#bogota#psicologia
Sacando un ratito de tiempo lantes de ir a entrenar para estudiar 📖 #trauma . La verdad es que estoy deseando que llegue la hora de ponerme las zapas 🤣🤣
Apologies for the low photo quality, but be wanted to have an image to give you an idea of what is happening with our ladies right now. Lois, our mentoring coordinator, is currently teaching a series on healing from trauma, something she has been certified to teach. After last week’s class, one of our artisans invited several ladies from the HIV clinic waiting room to attend the class with her, and yesterday fifteen people showed up to hear this teaching on heart wounds. Hope is spreading, friends, and your gifts are making it possible.
📸Photos for website are being edited. .
💻Website is still being designed (decisions are hard! Lol)
🎨Branding call today - launch strategy and other site being developed .
🏋🏻♀️Leg Day is going down!
🖌Writing more blogs...... .
It kinda feels like I am 🤹🏻♀️ juggling so much. But I am juggling things that I love and that are getting me to my ultimate goal.
Sharing my stories. And I have a lot. When I have shared some with people, they always compare my life to a Lifetime movie. Yep, really.
I am not ashamed of my stories and really feel like by me sharing how I have grown, coped, processed and have risen above it all with minimal support and guidance, is going to help and encourage a lot of women.
95% of what will be happening, things shared and announcements released, will be all share with everyone who has signed up for my email list.
I encourage you to join so you don't miss anything. No, I won't be blowing up your email every day, and don't forget to check you inbox/junk/spam to snag the Daily Habits Challenge I put together for you.
Link is in my bio. Takes less than 2 minutes. .
"Kepanikan Warga saat Banjir di Jalan Pagarsih"
Kamis, 22 Februari 2018.
Jurnalis Rajawali Televisi @mie@miecepay mengabadikan momen luapan air sungai Citepus di Jalan Pagarsih, Kota Bandung.
Derasnya aliran air menimbulkan kepanikan warga, mengingat dilokasi ini pernah terjadi Banjir hebat hingga menghanyutkan kendaraan roda empat beberapa tahun lalu.
Video oleh @miecepay
Narasi : Mimin
Cc : @ridwankamil@odedmdanial@dinaspekerjaanumum#banjir#pagarsih#trauma#banjirbsar
Dissociating is part of my PTSD & BPD.
First time that I remember dissociating was around the age of 16 (though I'm sure it had happened before too). It was the longest period to this day, it lasted for two months or so. I went to see a doctor, they did all kinds of tests but found nothing physically wrong with me. I hated the way I felt and I was scared. I wanted help but was not offered it. 'Cause I was physically fine so in their eyes I was "just a teen going through some stuff". I constantly felt like I wasn't really here. My body was but not me. I felt like I was inside of a bubble or a cloud. It was like having a high fever all the time, every day. I didn't recognize myself in the mirror. I looked at myself but it completely felt like someone else was looking back at me. I kept sleeping. One day I slept for 18 hours and was still tired. But they said I was fine. So I had to just live through it, knowing something was really wrong, just didn't know what.
Nowadays I know what it is, when it's happening and mostly what triggered it. Usually it doesn't last for more than two weeks. It's day two now.. I hate when there's no real reason for it to happen (meaning threat etc.). Sometimes it happens to help me cope and that's fine, like I can switch off all emotions when things get too hard. Though even then I wish I could switch them back on again but sadly it doesn't work like that. But oh well, that's life. 🤷