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Re: Anybody else have very *trigger* fairywings

Posted by Damos on October 25, 2005, at 18:07:38

In reply to Re: Anybody else have very *trigger* Damos, posted by fairywings on October 24, 2005, at 18:16:18

> Thanks for the link, Alison sounds really wonderful. I'm glad you found her. I tried Rescue Remedy - Bach flower essences at one point for anxiety. I like the idea of alt. therapies.

Yeah I was really lucky with her. Here's a link to the Australian Bush Flower Essences

The blend I used was Anglesword, Bush Fuchsia, Five Corners, Red Lily & Turkey Bush. And these were just picked intuitively and like I said as soon as I took the first few drops I knew it was right - I just felt something happening. And again I saw Alison a couple of days after getting the first lot of essence and she said "I've been thinking you might really find that Bush Flower Essences really work for you." I just laughed and pulled out the bottle.

I think what I appreciate most is pragmatism of her approach - we'll use whatever works best for you for that particular thing. Not just read from the standard script.

> I felt that way with trigger point therapy, but it's for muscles, not emotional release. Now I'm back where I was before the therapy, in pain.

Ah, you see most people think that the saying "to tie yourself in knots" is just a saying but it's not, it's actually what happens. Some people manifest it in problems with their digestion others in their muscles. All that energy you're holding in has to go somewhere if you're not releasing it. Think about what happens when we remember something; it manifests in our thought, our emotions and our physical self instantly. It makes complete sense to me that you might be storing you stuff in your muscles and that by releasing them you can release the stuff.

> I had traumatic teen years too. I see my daughter having such a wonderful time and I just pray that she gets through it unscathed. Then comes my younger daughter who's having a stormier time, and I pray that she has good years and times ahead. My older son is somewhat of a melancholy kid, and I worry about him. Don't want any of the kids to have the bad times.

I'm sorry your teens were lousy. The good news is that I was a melancholy kid too but I don't remember those times as bad or traumatic. I just didn't get "it" and didn't really fit in. Was just lucky I was good at sport or I would have been in real trouble I think. I had pretty much the same 2 friends from grade 1 till then end of high school and pretty much managed okay - I just didn't understand how to have fun or how everyone else seemed to enjoy things I didn't. Your kids are lucky they have you because you understand. Just love them the best you can and let them know you're there.

> I completely understand about messing up over and over. I'm glad you're you. I'm glad we have babble.

Thanks so much, I'm kind of overwhelmed by peoples kindness right now. I'm really glad you're here too and just ever so glad we have this place.




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