We Are All In Shock

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"Shock begins the moment we are confronted with an experience so stunning we are forced to disconnect from our bodies. A baby separated from its mother at birth; witnessing the death of a friend or loved one; losing everything in a natural disaster. Whether you are reeling from the massive sweep of current events that are changing our world at warp speed, or you are dealing with personal catastrophe, or both, this book will help you.

We Are All in Shock opens your eyes to how overwhelming events impact all ...

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Overview

"Shock begins the moment we are confronted with an experience so stunning we are forced to disconnect from our bodies. A baby separated from its mother at birth; witnessing the death of a friend or loved one; losing everything in a natural disaster. Whether you are reeling from the massive sweep of current events that are changing our world at warp speed, or you are dealing with personal catastrophe, or both, this book will help you.

We Are All in Shock opens your eyes to how overwhelming events impact all aspects of health. More dramatically, this book gives you, regardless of your background, tools for reclaiming complete well-being. It redefines psychological trauma and revolutionizes the entire concept of self-care by providing holistic, people-friendly treatments that anyone can use.

This book contains clear charts and diagrams to help you understand your energy field and how it responds to life circumstances. It provides a broad and sobering perspective that explains why we respond to overwhelming events the way we do, and how we can change those habitual reactions. It opens a window into the future, illustrating how each one of us can end the lineage of shock and trauma.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781564146571
  • Publisher: Career Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/15/2003
  • Pages: 258
  • Sales rank: 458,805
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword 11
Introduction: We Are All in Shock 15
Section 1 Understanding Shock 23
Chapter 1 A Shock Primer 25
Chapter 2 The Physiology of Shock 37
Chapter 3 Picking up the Pieces: Stories of the Successful Resolution of Shock 63
Section 2 How to Heal 101
Chapter 4 How to Use Energy Medicine to Resolve Shock 103
Chapter 5 Language and the Voice of Healing 141
Section 3 The Bigger Picture 163
Chapter 6 Birth, Prenatal Experience, and Shock 165
Chapter 7 Mother Nature, You, and Me--the Seamless Matrix of Life 193
Chapter 8 Envisioning a World Without Shock 219
Chapter Notes 229
Bibliography 235
Index 245
About the Author 251
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