Biology of Trauma® Podcast
With Dr. Aimie Apigian MD, MS, MPH
Episode 44: How Quickly Can Lifelong Patterns Change?
In this special episode of the Biology of Trauma podcast, Dr. Aimie welcomes participants of the 21 Day Journey program to share their personal experiences and transformations. The central question, “Can lifelong trauma patterns change in our body?” is explored through the heartfelt testimonials of individuals who have embarked on this intensive journey of healing and self-discovery.
- Impact on Relationships [00:00:30]: Participants noticed significant improvements in their relationships, attributing the change to increased presence and awareness, a direct result of the program.
- Physical and Emotional Awareness [00:01:00]: The program has enabled participants to recognize and address physical sensations and emotional responses, leading to a state of empowered calmness.
- Feeling of Safety [00:03:00]: A newfound internal sense of safety, distinguished from mere calmness, has emerged as participants engage in daily exercises.
- Overcoming Perfectionism [00:05:00]: Participants are learning to embrace imperfection, leading to a liberating experience of self-acceptance and ease.
- Empowerment and Boundaries [00:06:00]: The journey has empowered individuals to listen to their bodies, set boundaries, and prioritize their well-being.
- Enhanced Self-Responsibility [00:08:00]: There’s a shift from blaming others to taking responsibility for one’s own reactions and emotions.
- Freedom from External Pressures [00:09:00]: Participants are experiencing freedom from the need to control or fix others, leading to an authentic sense of self.
- Increased Present Moment Awareness [00:10:00]: The program has instilled a practice of being present, allowing participants to escape the traps of past stories and future anxieties.
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