* Body-Remberance (?)

Peter F nospamtrap_fellin_nospamtrap at one.net.au
Fri Sep 22 01:47:15 EST 2000

You are right to be careful!

Look up http://www.primaltherapy.com

This site has information about *why you are right to be cautious*, and
about how you *might* resolve your problem.


<sueli at gmx.li> wrote in message news:8q5sk6$9fu$1 at nnrp1.deja.com...
> Hi, you all...
> I'm looking for helpful information on how to regain (cognitive) memory
> of something only my body can remember yet.
> I can produce a tone - sort of a scared-gettingaware of something awful
> happening suddenly - and after I did that, my eyes and mouth start
> twinkling (hope that is the right word for it, cause my English is far
> from being perfect, sorry), and when I ly on the bottom then, I weakly
> try to get away of something backwordly moving and I crie my heart out
> and I am full of fear and there is that sentence "It hurts so much"...
> although nothing really hurts me in that moment... I know, I remember
> something this way, but I don't know what... if I get very close to the
> feeling, I often get so scared that I dissociate (is that word
> right???) and cannot get closer to it....
> I've already heard of EMDR, but I'm afraid of getting overwhelmed with
> the sudden remembering it can awake and I surely do not want to get
> lunatic, just to find out, what hat happened that my body remembers,
> but me not...
> I've also read some books on the nature of Remembering ... they tell
> me, it would be of no use to do hypnosis, because what I will discover
> there, possible might not be the truth...
> So, what shall I do... it has of course its effects on my normal life
> and I'd be glad if there were a tool, with the help of which I could
> stay save while rembembering....
> Hope, you have any ideas on that please...
> Sueli
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