The WISDOM Podcast with Dorothy Zennuriye Juno

The Voice of Trauma | The WISDOM podcast | S3 E33

April 1, 2022

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The Voice of Trauma

The WISDOM podcast  Season 3  Episode 33

 

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When you give your traumatic experience a voice it means that you do more than retell the story or ruminate on the anxiety and fear from a victim standpoint.

If you are ready to release the trauma ~ to transcend it ~ ‘it’ first needs the expression of your honesty and truth. ~

 

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In this episode we look to the importance of giving trauma a voice; of acknowledging the hurt that has been caused to you by another and to give a compassionate and honourable voice to help others heal what trauma you have caused.

 

“When you acknowledge your mistakes ~ particularly mistakes in which you have caused harm to another whether intentionally or unintentionally, you hold the power to help heal the relationship and the experience of another.

 

You also free yourself from the hurt that you have caused and you create the opportunity for transformation ~ to no longer cause suffering through your words and actions.”

 

Trauma is defined as: a hurt and a wound ~ whether emotional, physical, or psychological.

 

The way out of trauma is through active healing and the choice to no longer live as a victim.

 

To give trauma a voice is to acknowledge where you are in relation to your experience.

 

Whether the trauma was fifteen years or three months earlier, it is still not of the present. It’s imprint can only cause you harm if you consciously or subconsciously continue to dwell on replaying the trauma ~ of what is the past and cannot be changed.

 

To give a traumatic situation a voice ~ is to acknowledge what wrong doing you are responsible for.

 

For example, if you lose control of your emotions and react with anger and this anger escalates further in your conflict into rage, and as you direct your rage at another ~ is it enough to say “I’m sorry?”

 

“I’m sorry” is a start. It is in the remorse and empathy you feel together with compassion for the suffering of another that you were responsible for, that you must give voice to.

 

Your voice is the acknowledgement of sorrow and the admittance of wrongdoing. This and any other steps that you can take to help another become the tools of healing for you both.

 

Trauma for any past situation is the trauma that you need to give voice to ~ to say “this happened”. This happened and then I did this to heal from what happened.

This is how you live empowered to continue your journey of truth seeking ~ and your delivery into who and what you live now.

 

 

 

Sending you great 💜 love...

 

Sharing the wisdom and beauty of divine love with you...

Namaste!

love, dorothy

 

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More Healing and Self-Love:  💜

 

*  Prayers for Healing Trauma [PDF with links to Two Mantra Prayers 🙏]

*  Emotional Intelligence and Trauma  [Podcast Episode]

*  The Cycle of Abuse Stops With You  [Podcast Episode]

*  Forgiveness IS F R E E D O M  [Podcast Episode]

*  This Is A Self-Love Movement  [YouTube Video]

*  The Ultimate Self-Love WISDOM toolkit

*  Self-Love Toolkit: The Self-Reflection Bundle

*  Self-Love Toolkit: The Self-Compassion and Kindness Bundle

*  Self-Love Toolkit: The Self-Forgiveness Bundle

*  Self-Love Toolkit: The Self-Awareness and Acceptance Bundle

* Self-Love: A Meditation to Heal Your Life  [The Wisdom Archives]

*  The Power of Self-Honesty: How Honest Are You Willing To Be?  [Podcast Episode Season 3]

 

* Work with Me [Life Coaching & Therapy]

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A generous 'thank you' to Audio Engineer, P. Kirpikau  radioplato

Podcast Theme Music: 'Aura' from the Album, Illuvia by Eternell  www.eternell.net/album/illuvia

 

 

 

 

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