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News The Trauma and Mind-Body Super Conference 29 June-5th July 2020(Online And Free)

void

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This thread is to inform all interested individuals about the Trauma and Mind-Body Super Conference being held from 29 June to 5th July 2020. It is being held online and is advertised as being free of charge. Link below.

Full disclosure: I am in no way affiliated with this conference or its speakers and have nothing to gain if you participate. I post this thread as a public service.

All details can be found here: https://traumasuperconference.com/?affid=stacyscienceandnonduality

Porges, Mate, van der Kolk, Levine, Webb, Orloff and dozens of others.

If you participate and wish to share what you learned, feel free to do so in this thread.

May peace replace your pain.

-Void
 
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Thanks void... bookmarked and want to look for an itinerary for the event but will be registering. I get a lot out of these events and am glad you shared the link. It will be good to refresh and recharge my maintenance stuff.
 
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Yes thank you @void . :hug:

This guy Alex Howard on here is excellent. I'm only part way through but his is on (lack of) emotions/ anxiety.

As an aside, I did learn somewhere else when we are faced with something unexpected, people ('normally') see what they feel and choose what to do next. I never know what to do or where to even go, next, because I also know Idk what to feel, can't figure it out, nor name it.

Maybe that's awfully important, past and present? :confused:
 
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Only half way but very interesting with Niki Gratrix, nothing like I imagined. Has a theory of Limbic Kindling, and Neuro-Retraining (including Vagal training for physiological issues as well as psychological ones) for chronic pain, autoimmune disease, etc, in relationship to developmental trauma. But I don't think I can get through it all before I have to go.
 
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Yes thank you @void . :hug:

This guy Alex Howard on here is excellent. I'm only part way through but his is on (lack of) emotions/ anxiety.

As an aside, I did learn somewhere else when we are faced with something unexpected, people ('normally') see what they feel and choose what to do next. I never know what to do or where to even go, next, because I also know Idk what to feel, can't figure it out, nor name it.

Maybe that's awfully important, past and present? :confused:
Alexithymia is the technical term, iirc.

🙂
 
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