258. Sarah Peyton – Making Your Brain a Good Place to Live
Connie’s motivational quote for today is by – Shaili Jain
“Take avoidance to an extreme, and you have denial: a deep burial of the trauma.”
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Did you know that the aftereffects of emotional trauma can last long after the initial events? And that they can be healed now?
I am always fascinated to learn about my inner voice, brain function, and how my life today may be affected by past traumas.
Things like self-criticism, insomnia, nightmares, intrusive memories, shame and struggles with self-compassion are all little-known aftereffects of emotional trauma.
The coolest thing is with the knowledge from relational neuroscience, we can all take action to resolve trauma and make our brains good places to live.
Of course, I have an expert who is going to help us peel back this topic so we all can act today!
About Sarah Peyton:
Sarah is an author, constellations facilitator, Certified Nonviolent Communication Trainer, and neuroscience educator, who integrates constellations, brain science, and the use of resonant language to heal trauma with exquisite and warm gentleness. She teaches and lectures internationally and is the author of the Your Resonant Self books, on the relational neuroscience of making your brain a good place to live. Her third book, Affirmations for Turbulent Times is now available.
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