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Practitioner Notes: Trauma and PTSD

The Trauma Resolution Program in the ONE System is designed to enable and assist a person to resolve any form of trauma, shock, distress or loss, including those in extremely traumatic situations involving a threat to the survival of themselves or another or situations that are emotionally overwhelming.

The lasting and ongoing effects of unresolved past trauma can be debilitating and severely impact a person’s enjoyment of life. This program may be used in cases of post-traumatic stress disorder or complex post-traumatic stress disorder as well as in general situations where a person is still experiencing negative effects of a traumatic event.

The approach to trauma resolution taken in this program is to ask the client’s consciousness to locate and present the energetic structure (or hologram) of a traumatic incident or series of incidents that they are able and willing to process now. Thus, the client’s own consciousness decides whether the client is ready to access and resolve a particular trauma and it chooses which trauma is the highest priority for resolution.

Once the energetic structure is located, the energetic forces and the information contained in it can be decompiled, processed and then integrated and assimilated into the client’s consciousness. The intended result is that the traumatic incident becomes simply an emotionally-neutral memory that is ‘correctly filed’ in the past instead of being a recurring issue in the present and future.

Both practitioner and client should be aware that this is a powerful program intended to access deep aspects of the client’s consciousness. It should only be used where the practitioner is able to monitor the client and, if necessary, provide additional support whilst the process of integration and assimilation is occurring. The response to the program will vary from person to person and the integration/assimilation process may take several days. The client might experience memories and emotions that had previously been suppressed, and they may gain new insights into a traumatic incident. This is a normal and necessary part of the trauma resolution process and they should be encouraged to allow these memories and emotions to arise and be reassured that soon they will dissipate as they are integrated and assimilated. Trying to avoid, deny or suppress them will prevent the trauma from resolving. There may also be a delayed response to this program, with the client only starting to process the trauma a few days after the program is first run.

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