The symptoms of abuse, relationship addiction and trauma are awful.

These are things like Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety and depression, just to name a few.

These things can feel unshakable.

When trying to recover from abuse, or survive an existing abuser, there may be times when you feel like you are getting better, and then you find yourself sliding back down into that deep black hole again.

I’ve been there.

Thank goodness for a long time I’ve known how to permanently get out of these states. For real. Which means not just trying to manage these conditions every day, but rather that they simply don’t exist anymore.

Is something that you would like to experience for real,

Okay, so let’s get into this and drill down regarding what is really going on and how you can heal from this.

What Are Our Nervous System Disorders?

Our nervous system disorders, I believe, primarily mean that we don’t feel SAFE.

This means that you don’t feel safe in your body as yourself, and in life, meaning you don’t have confidence or belief in your own capacity to be able to keep yourself safe.

That, fundamentally, is exactly what PTSD is. It is the firing of extreme signals to you that are trying to warn you so that you can be safe because you feel so unsafe.

The problem is that these triggers can be literally anything, by association, that remind your nervous system of the trauma that you’ve experienced, or the abuser who inflicted the trauma upon you.

This is anxiety. This is what panic attacks are all about.

It’s crippling because if you try to go about your normal life, then you are continually experiencing anxiety, or you must retreat from life to try to completely avoid the triggers, which is not living.

Even worse than this, it means that the trauma that is generating the “I am not safe” feelings is still trapped inside you, eating you alive. This is depression. Those are the self-annihilating feelings of helplessness, powerlessness and hopelessness because you just can’t escape the terrible feelings that are continually consuming you.

Then, naturally, you digress into feelings of worthlessness because you can’t recover.

Again, I really want you to know I have been there.

I had Complicated Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) through the roof. During my darkest days, I was completely engulfed in uncontrollable adrenaline surges of panic, and I had manic suicidal depression.

That’s how bad my experience ended up as a result of, “I am not safe in life”.

I promise you, with all my heart, that you can heal from this absolutely do not have any of these symptoms and issues in my life at all anymore.

I’m no more special than anybody else and no freak of nature, because there are so many people, who have also emerged from the most horrific cases of PTSD, anxiety and depression, who are also free of all of this.

Many of these people used to feel like I did in the past, “that there was no way out of this”.

But there is … Truly.

Pain is Inevitable. Suffering is Optional

I really want you to know that abuse from your childhood, ancestral acquired DNA, adult experiences and other sources, absolutely brings emotional and mental pain and breakdowns.

Yet, this is not the final story. It is a signal.

This is calling you to delve inside to discover what is really going on within you and to learn that you have the power to free yourself.

I promise you that you become your own Saviour and it can be done!

Then there is no more suffering. There is no more trying to survive the wounds that are going on inside of you, whilst trying to make your life go forward, which of course is your natural human coded truth.

When you know how to go inwards, to release your trauma and open up the space for your subconscious and super conscious to start working together healthily, then all of that energy that was tied up in fight and flight (survival) is freed so that you go forward as the human being you were always intended to be.

Free to be yourself and create, regardless of what has happened in your past.

That’s when your life will finally begin.

The One Thing You Can do Right Now to Recover You

I am going to give you the answer to how to recover You, straightaway.

Show up for yourself.

You can do this by turning inwards.

Let me explain exactly what I mean.

Your Inner Being is feeling drastically unsafe, and you are presently, possibly just as I used to self-avoiding and self-abandoning and attempting to self-medicate

When you make the empowered decision to take the focus of the abuser and put all the focus onto your self and your healing that is when the game changes.

This I promise you with all my heart, that when you turn inwards with the dedication and devotion to be there for your Inner Being, unconditionally with love, just as you are relief will come very quickly.

Your Inner Being will heave a sigh of relief and say to you, “finally you are here”.

Then you will awaken to realize that the state of you has always been determined by the state of your relationship with your Inner Being.

Your life is always about how self-partnered you are or aren’t. This is the foundation of all of it.

In a nutshell, your separation from yourself is exactly what the state of PTSD, anxiety and depression are all about.

Just as it was for me.

And what I deeply realized was that these states were in my life because I hadn’t yet turned inwards to heal this dire self-separation that I was suffering as a result of the trauma I had experienced. I know the same is true for you.

Thank goodness the great news is, there is a powerful way to self-partner and heal,

With my breakthrough process, you will heal all the feelings of Fear, Hurt, Anger, Sadness and Guilt which are all negative emotions that are attached to PTSD Anxiety and Depression, release all the trauma from childhood up to now.

Life and others can no longer derail you and you can reclaim your life and live in true happiness and no longer be attached to the abuser, being able to move powerfully into your future as a “whole healed loving self.

With Love

Kristy Xx


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