Many folks who have moved past the Standard American Diet, eat healthy and exercise regularly may still find themselves unable to experience a full joy in life. They likely are suffering from a case of mistaken identity that creates barrier and perpetuates a viscous cycle.
To clarify one must understand that in all life situations we adopt identities that serve us in the function of our daily lives. Wife, mother, sister, daughter, co-worker, friend etc. These identities are variations of personality which develops over time as one discovers what works best for them on the path their life is taking. When, in our early life we experience repeated traumas or even as an adult we experience a life changing trauma, we may develop identities as coping tools. Sometimes that "coping identity" can take over the personality and drive one to patterns of behaviors that no longer serve us. In essence we become imprisoned by a false self. This false self was the best we could do at one point in life, but when it begins to rule subconsciously we often find residual symptoms affecting us. Trauma stores in the body as energy. This trapped energy leads to all sorts of issues such as depression, anger, fatigue, anxiety, feelings of being manic or powerless. Included are physical complaints and roaming symptoms. The list goes on and on!
How can we free ourselves from this cycle? Well, here's the good news! The brain, which serves us best when we rely on it for it's intended use...logistical functioning and day to day organization, has another function that is fail proof. It records every event that has ever transpired in your life. It knows the exact moment you began to develop a coping identity. It knows all the components of the situation you found yourself in at that moment. It is literally able to take you back to that exact moment or Zero Point during which your perspective was changed and you began to adopt behavior to survive.
The survival identity is crucial because as a child or someone who has experienced an adult trauma survival is of the upmost importance. So here's the rub...when the trauma identity begins to rule and overbear all behavior you are stuck in a maze that seems impenetrable, which is an illusion.
The Zero Point is a guided process where by the moment of development of identities is revealed and the associated trauma is allowed to unwind in the natural way the body and brain are meant to do. Our inner most brain contains what is referred to as the primitive or reptilian brain. It is this part of the brain that is programmed to deal with trauma though the mechanism of fight or flight. Animals naturally process traumas and never need the help of a psychiatrist or therapist. Read more about trauma
One hour +/- Zero Point sessions begin with a bit of conversation enabling the facilitator to get a line on what seems to be the predominate issues of the client. The process begins with the client reclining on a massage table, some centering exercises and then entering into a guided focus on bodily sensations and emotional states. The subconscious mind is free to explore and reveal all events connected to the current issue. The mind guides the individual to the moment in which an identity and coping mechanism began to develop. Guidance continues as the identity is explored and exposed, then released. The process happens without reigniting original traumas or emotional states, no catharsis required! Zero Point brings us back to the our original self from which we have the peace and freedom to make choices unhindered by past missteps or trauma.
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For questions about the Zero Point Process feel free to email, call or text Certified Wellness Consultant Vanessa Goldeen
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