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John de Ruiter Podcast 277

John de Ruiter Podcast 277

Healing Pain and Trauma: The Development of Profound Character

When: November 15, 2013 @ 2:00pm
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How does one deal with the emotional trauma of sexual abuse? What is the value of our past and its memories? In this deep and intricate dialogue, John shows us how opening in the present can heal the past, reconfiguring our body and our self.
“When you are triggered in your self, what is being brought up in your body is something of your past that openness and softness didn’t move through, so the opportunity is available again.”
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