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Susan J. Nassuna

Stories Live in Our Bodies

When we experience traumatic or stressful life events, we tell ourselves stories to cope. 


Unfortunately, the stories our minds create often cast us in the victim's role, making us powerless bystanders in the events unfolding in our lives.


Then the stories get stuck in our minds and in turn, our bodies, and we are held hostage by a multitude of depleting emotions such as sadness, anger, fear, resentment, shame, guilt, and more.


These emotions, if not consciously processed and released, can get trapped in our bodies and trigger a host of challenging psychological and emotional disorders, ranging from stress, anxiety, and depression, to food, sex, and drug binges.


Additionally, these repressed emotions can distort the normal energy field of the body, leading to the manifestation of physical symptoms too, such as chronic pain, fatigue, and body weight issues.


If left unresolved, this low-vibrational state of being can lead to a lifelong detachment from our authentic nature, making it difficult for us to experience positive feelings of self-worth, confidence, emotional availability, happiness, or an overall sense of life satisfaction. 



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