It Is Possible To Recover From CPTSD

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   Is the constant presence of fear, doubt, shame and guilt limiting you and you don't want to put up with it anymore? 

  Does the feeling that you are not good enough despite all your achievements and you knowing at an intellectual level that you are worthy and lovable still haunt you and show up when you get triggered?

  Are hypervigilance and avoidance your way to survive in a life full of triggers and repeated abuse, but your deepest desire is to release the loneliness, to connect at a deep level, to be surrounded by loving people and to feel like you belong?  

   When we are trapped in repetitive trauma patterns producing situations of abuse and toxic relationships despite our best attempts to protect ourselves when heath issues and addictions become a normal part of life we start to have trouble even to hope of having a normal life, a life without constant struggle.

  CPTSD comes with hopelessness and helplessness. Childhood trauma smothers authenticity, without feeling safe to be who we are we are unable to get in touch with our purpose. Life without hope is life without meaning and life without meaning is a life without hope.


  CPTSD is not a life sentence, the truth is that it is possible to recover fully. And the recovery process brings us back to the natural yet sadly often unfamiliar state of safety, trust, love, health and freedom. 

  The life you've always dreamt of is attainable even if you have complex trauma, and now you are just one step away from it. 

  A step you make as you take action, reach out and start helping yourself in all the ways available to you and leave the victimhood for good. That is the step into the post-traumatic growth process through holistic trauma work.

  Are you brave enough and are you kind enough to yourself to be able to say goodbye to CPTSD?

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Hear What My Clients Say

"Probably the most difficult thing in the world is to come to realize that everything you believed to be true and counted on as life anchors, is actually not real. Furthermore, coming out of the familiar darkness into the unexpected light is like learning to swim instead of settling with the compromise that you must inevitably drown. Facing limiting beliefs is an act of courage in which Guna is the perfect companion to hold your hand, soul and mind. We all need to be held in comfort once in a while, especially during the essential journeys through life. Guna is probably the kindest person you know when you can't see five metres ahead of you, just as much as she is ruthless when it comes to self-liability and accountability on a path that scares you to death. It's either going up or remaining down, there is no real space for hesitation. And when the process is over, you realize that it's the only way to sustainably move forward. As I have, thanks to our work together." - Raluca

Issues Are In The Tissues

The mind can lie, but the body can not. When we don't say "no," the body at one point will. The body takes on the most significant tall from all forms of trauma.

The Autonomic Nervous System is not made to be in arousal constantly, but chronic stress and unresolved trauma keep it stuck in fight, flight or freeze. That disrupts the functioning of other body systems creating psychosomatic, autoimmune, digestive, reproductive and other health issues.

It Is Never Just In Your Head

 Dr. Bruce Lipton proved through his experiments on stem cells that we are not controlled by our genes, but by the environment outside the cell (epigenetic influences) - with the most powerful of these being our thoughts. He showed scientifically, that the foundation of most ailments lies in the negative, limiting thinking and that it can be changed on a quantum level. Lipton demonstrated that if we want to make permanent changes in our lives, we need to use methods that can change the thought patterns at the subconscious level of the mind. 

Trauma Is a Wound In The Soul

Spirituality is individual and is the last part of trauma work, the passive trauma work that is the grief process. Spirituality is often misunderstood and misused in form of spiritual bypassing often creating additional trauma layers.

Healthy and supportive spirituality is a part of the post-traumatic growth process and usually appears naturally as a consequence of the rest of holistic trauma work.