Biology of Trauma® Podcast
With Dr. Aimie Apigian
Episode 25: Why Is It So Hard To Slow Down? Could It Be Stored Trauma
- How everyone has stored trauma How stored trauma requires slowing down A guided somatic exercise Ideas on how to incorporate slowing down into your daily life Why trauma professionals find slowing down hard
- While doing this work, it may be hard and uncomfortable, but believe me, it’s worth it! I identify somatic work as one of the three essential pillars of healing. We will talk also about the second pillar of health – Parts work.
[2:16] Everyone has some form of trauma
[5:11] Dr. Aimie talks about how stored trauma requires slowing down and how somatic work heals trauma
[7:51] Dr. Ameet leads a somatic exercise
[9:34] Why is it so hard to connect with our bodies? [12:16] Parts work and how to incorporate slowing down
[20:08] Identity shift [22:14] It is worth it to do the work?
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