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The Invisible Imprint: How Our Bodies Remember Trauma | Dr. Peter Levine - 748

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I was thrilled to have the opportunity to speak with Dr. Peter Levine, a globally renowned trauma therapy expert and the creator of Somatic Experiencing. Someone whose contributions to this field have been profoundly influential.

In this conversation we discuss the complex nature of trauma, exploring how the body memorises and reacts to traumatic events. Dr. Levine provided deep insights, emphasising that trauma is not solely a mental phenomenon but also a physical experience that is embedded in our bodies. He highlights the critical need to learn the language of the body to navigate through the healing process.

We reflect on the value of curiosity in healing and the significance of looking beyond just the cognitive aspects to include the body's role in trauma and recovery. Who'd have thought we could be influenced so heavily by implicit memories, memories that are stored beyond our conscious awareness. No wonder trauma and healing can be such a complex minefield at times. 

For anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of trauma and discovering how somatic experiencing, or body work, can serve as a potent tool for healing and personal growth, this episode is a must-listen!

 

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