As childhood trauma turns into an anxiety disorder in later years many people become extremely confused. Talk therapy tells us that the best we can do is discuss these past events in the hopes of bringing some kind of resolve to them. As much as this may help a few, the majority are left more anxious and confused than ever before.
Childhood trauma can turn into an anxiety disorder and manifest in all sorts of mental, emotional, and physical ways.
The beauty is that there is so much more that we can do, we just have to dig a little deeper. Emotional reframing for example has been a proven method in my works to heal the inner wounded child, therefore allowing the body to discharge its previously stored emotions and energy.
What you really need to understand is that your body is 100% memory.
The things you blame your anxiety for in present day has nothing to do with it (learn more on my YouTube channel). It may be an opportunity to discharge some of the pent up energy that you’ve been carrying. However, true healing arises through mental, emotional, and imaginatively placing a new interpretation over what took place during childhood.
The compounding process leads to an anxiety disorder.
As the subconscious mind reflects on the earliest teachings that had the most emotionally intense emotions accompany it, it believes that is what reality is. If fear came first and was the most steady teaching pattern in a growing environment that’s what it will sort for in the external environment.
This subconscious mind is relentless. Relentless to protect against anything that goes against its fearful programs. A person who develops a high level of inner sensitivity begins feeling like placing a threat on everything is normal. It’s far from normal in fact, but their feelings and perceptions say otherwise.
Today I want to explain this process of how childhood trauma turns into an anxiety disorder a little more deeply. With this understanding I hope you can make the connections we need to in order to heal your anxiety once and for all.
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