What does trauma have to do with
limiting beliefs?

by

Alida Diosa


Trauma is personal. It does not disappear if it is not validated. When it is ignored or invalidated the silent screams continue internally heard only by the one held captive."

- Donna Lynn Hope


Trauma is an unfortunate part of many people's lives, and it can have a lasting impact on their mental health and well-being. 😔 Whether it is the result of a car accident, a natural disaster, or any other experience that leaves us feeling helpless and alone, the scars of trauma can run deep. These scars can lead to limiting beliefs that hold us back and prevent us from living our best lives. This is especially true for highly sensitive people who feel events and even words in a deeper way, making it easier for them to accumulate "sticky" trauma in their bodies. 🌪️ It is important to acknowledge the reality of trauma and to seek help and support to overcome it. Remember, healing is possible, and you are worthy of love and happiness. 💗

Trauma can leave us feeling scared, helpless, and alone. 🌊 It's a psychological scarring that can lead to limiting beliefs that tell us we're not good enough, we're not worthy of love or happiness, and that we'll never be able to overcome what happened to us. These beliefs become a symptom of the trauma that is stored in our bodies, making it difficult to move on and live our best lives.

But there is hope. 🌈 By using subtle body techniques, limiting beliefs can disappear and the trauma stored in the body can be released. My clients have experienced a sense of lightness and liberation after releasing these beliefs, which is often unfamiliar as they are used to carrying the heavy load. 💪 It may take an extra session to assimilate their new version of themselves more easily, but the result is worth it. To release your own limiting beliefs, start by observing your reactions and triggers. Ask yourself questions like, 'What is really bothering me about this situation?' and 'When did I first experience this?' Then, choose to let go of these beliefs and live the life you want. Remember, these beliefs do not have to control your life. 🌱

Additional Action Steps to start releasing trauma:

  • Seek professional help if needed: 🤝 A licensed therapist or counselor can provide support and guidance in processing and releasing trauma.
  • Practice self-care regularly: Engage in activities that promote relaxation, such as meditation, yoga, or spending time in nature. Prioritizing self-care can help reduce stress and improve overall well-being, which can aid in releasing limiting beliefs. 🧘‍♀️
  • Create a support system: Surround yourself with people who lift you up and support your journey towards healing. This can include family, friends, or support groups. Having a support system can provide a sense of community and encourage you to keep moving forward. 👥
  • Journaling: Write down your thoughts and feelings about your experiences. This can help you identify patterns and triggers that contribute to your limiting beliefs. You can also use journaling as a tool to practice self-compassion and reframe negative self-talk. 📝

Releasing trauma is an ongoing process that requires time, patience, and self-compassion. By seeking professional help, practicing self-care, creating a support system, and journaling, you can begin to release limiting beliefs and move towards a life filled with love, joy, and happiness. 🌟✨

Conclusion 🌼

In the midst of confronting trauma and its far-reaching effects, remember that you hold the key to your own liberation. Acknowledging the interplay between trauma and limiting beliefs is the first step to unravelling their grip on your life. With subtle body techniques as your compass and inner resilience as your guide, you can dismantle these beliefs and unburden yourself from the weight of the past. As you navigate this transformative journey, lean into the support of professionals, nurture your well-being, and lean on the strength of your community. Your story is yours to shape, and the process of healing and renewal is within your grasp. The tapestry of your life is vibrant and rich with the hues of empowerment, strength, and possibility. 🌟🌱

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