The Ancient Lizard Within…

Our 26/52 challenge continues with the transforming unconscious patterns book. If you have been with us since the beginning of our challenge you have completed the nine repatternings in the primary patterns book. Please let me know how that has been for you by leaving a note at this blog. If you have not started the challenge yet I want to invite you to join our challenge now. It’s easy to catch up! There are six powerful repatternings we can do on ourselves to release childhood trauma and beliefs about ourselves in our little yellow book. We will start with the Reptilian-Limbic Brain Repatterning.
When we are little and scared we don’t usually have the ability to go into action. If we don’t get support and reassurance from our families our muscles lock into habitual tension. In the present, when something resembles the earlier event, we unconsciously go back to those stored responses in our body. This makes it very challenging to live in our bodies and move freely with strength and flexibility.
My Reptilian-Limbic Brain Repatterning focused on my birth trauma. I had the experience of being blocked in my attempts to get out of the womb. I felt panic and my belief that there was no-one to help me. That has translated to struggling to do everything myself in my adult life. The habitual stress response was the protective startle reflex. I have worked on releasing my shoulder blades and upper back for years! Doing the Somatic movements felt wonderful as I let go of the old habitual tension. Please let me know how your session went!

About Ardis Ozborn

I teach Resonance Repatterning seminars throughout the world. I also offer an interactive group dynamic called Journeys with Oz.
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