Restructuring Program consists of 12 committed sessions for transformation. Try 1 session, then the 2nd then commit to complete the next 10
breather’s becoming aware of inner physical sensations, such as tightness, tingling, numbness, and warmth, which act as primary guides to traumatic memory. By becoming aware of these sensations—and then developing an even more intimate interaction with sensory messages throughout the body, called the “felt sense”—a practitioner gains the first handhold toward releasing the trauma itself. Bodily sensations are like beacons, pointing to the traumatic activation that was left behind in the tissues after a traumatic experience. We know that the amygdala can’t tell if the experience is happening now or ten years ago, so the feelings we experience might be a trauma-produced “echo.” Just the process of accessing a memory or its related symptoms causes fight-or-flight activation to begin. However, in a therapeutic setting, the experience is not allowed to escalate as it might have in the original experience.