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[Course Report] Advanced Training Program for Healing Childhood Attachment Trauma – First Session Second Lecture

Regarding the definition of early trauma, Teacher Amar shared his perspective in class. While some define early trauma as events occurring before the age of six, Teacher Amar advocates for a more precise focus, involving events before birth, at birth, and within the first three years of life. The causes of early trauma are far more numerous and complex than imagined, including attempts at abortion, gender biases towards male children, sexual abuse, maternal emotional stress and etc., all of which can traumatize fetuses. A fetus is inseparable from their mother and any hormonal changes she experiences directly impact the fetus. Trapped in the confines of the womb, the fetus lacks the ability to protect or escape. The incomplete development of the fetus also makes it vulnerable to external stimuli. All external stimuli to the fetus are akin to being struck by lightning. The fetus' thin, short body has no defenses, and the external stimuli reach the central nerves and the brain. Therefore, the effects of early trauma are far-reaching and serious. In some cases, the trauma can lead to incomplete development of the brain, which causes many developmental disorders later in life.

Thus, early trauma mostly targets the brain and central nervous system. Given that these impacts occur during infancy, a period when infants lack language and complex cognitive functions are not yet fully developed, assisting clients in renaming and visualizing unnamed feelings becomes crucial for therapeutic effectiveness. Teacher Amar emphasized the importance of mastering subtle observation rhythms and techniques, such as focusing on a key aspect - "a little bit”. By creating small breaks from internal experiences during sessions, like observing the surroundings, stretching, or engaging in conversation, and then returning to the body, traumatic responses can gradually be alleviated. The healing of trauma is not necessarily about releasing emotions through dramatic outbursts or crying, but rather focuses on the holistic experience of the body, seeking overall stability, and avoiding re-triggering the trauma. It involves facilitating the flow of highly concentrated energy and assisting clients in integrating traumatic experiences, leading to gradual and gentle release.

What are the benefits of releasing early trauma? According to research, many physiological issues such as irritable bowel syndrome, insomnia, bipolar disorder, hypertension, heart disease, allergies, hepatitis, etc., are linked to early trauma. People with early trauma are more prone to such conditions in adulthood. Healing early trauma often yields excellent results in helping clients maintain physical health. Trauma not only affects mental health but also plays a crucial role in physiology. If everyone could gain sufficient understanding and healing of trauma, society could drastically reduce long-term medical expenses and aid more individuals in reclaiming both physical and mental well-being. More importantly, by understanding the causes of early trauma, individuals can prevent the unconscious transmission of trauma to the next generation. This allows future generations to grow up in healthier environments, with more opportunities to experience happiness. Regardless of whether they are parents or children, there's no longer a need to waste life replaying various cycles of traumatic reactions. Instead, there's more time to focus on the beauty of life, to strive for success, and to achieve self-realization. This vision is indeed exciting!

If such a day could come, it would mark the end of people's suffering. Before that happens, we can start by learning and sharing—just like the dedicated learners in our programs. Some are experienced social workers, some are therapists, and some are self-healing enthusiasts. Everyone wishes to share this valuable technique with the public, and hence they chose to enroll in advanced training courses. If you resonate with trauma recovery or aspire to help yourself and others lead better lives, we warmly welcome you to join our learning community! We recommend visiting the TAOS website now to explore relevant courses, as our beginner's training program is about to begin! If you have any questions, feel free to ask our TAOS program assistant, and we'll promptly provide the information you need for a comprehensive understanding of our trauma recovery course!

This concludes our Course Report on the Advanced Training Program for Healing Childhood Attachment Trauma – First Session Second Lecture. Wishing you a wonderful day, and see you at the next lecture!

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