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Getting What You Need and Want

Elijah

The profundity of what happens during our trauma release programs is difficult to describe. Asking for testimonials puts people on their best behavior and it can feel manufactured and perhaps even ruin the purity of what someone went through by getting them to distill it. That’s why we don’t ask them.

Instead, I’ll share a short story…

I met Tom last year when he came to several of our free Community Trauma Release sessions. We also exchanged many messages on our forum. He disappeared for a while and then came back again.

Tom has done a lot of work, is maybe slightly cynical, also older, and wiser. He didn’t want to waste his time, so I appreciated him vetting the two-day trauma release immersion because there is no good that comes from someone who really doesn’t want or shouldn’t be there. 

I admit I had some caution talking to him because I wasn’t sure how open he was. I recognized his need for control and I try not to know before working with someone if their control is a type of intelligence or a type of trauma pattern (or both!). 

Early on he called me out about my caution and basically let me know I didn’t need to be careful in what I said. 

On Day One we did a long movement session, 2 trauma release breathworks, then some talking. Tom started out shouting “Wild Tommy is back!” and eventually said “I got what I came for.”

In a world where we’re so disappointed with what is offered to us, how much it costs, and the never ending marketing and subscription based reality that is bombarding us, hearing Tommy say “ I got what I came for,” considering how specific his needs were, is a profound thing to me.

Where in life do you say “I am getting what I need and want.” 

What he was referring to isn’t something small. It’s a new lease on life. He can see the path forward. He can feel his true self again, all because he committed, did trauma release work and got some support. 

Admittedly, this was a special group. This month’s group had no naysayers, snoozers in the breathwork or group energy hogs. It was a cohesive group, all agreeing to come for one reason: to change their life in a profound way.

Elijah

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