In this episode of Sol Revolution – Awakening Podcast,

Elizabeth Kipp shared her story and wisdom with Monique Lume in “Awakening through Trauma.” They had a conversation about what awakening looked like for her in the face of trauma.

The awakening experience is unique to each person,

and it is important to consider the trauma experienced from birth and generational traumas. By understanding the unique experiences and changes that come with awakening, one can better navigate the challenges and opportunities that come with meditation.

Healing from trauma

is a complex and deeply personal journey that requires patience, self-compassion, and perseverance. Trauma can leave a lasting impact on physical, emotional, and mental well-being, and it can take time and effort to recover from its effects. However, with the right tools and support, it is possible to heal and move forward.

One important step in healing from trauma

is to acknowledge and process the emotions and memories associated with the traumatic event. This can include talking to a therapist, journaling, or engaging in other forms of self-reflection. Creating a safe and supportive environment for oneself is crucial, whether that means surrounding oneself with understanding friends and family, or seeking out a trauma-informed community or support group.

Another critical aspect of healing from trauma

is to rediscover a sense of safety and security in one’s body. Trauma can cause us to feel disconnected or dissociated from our physical selves, and it can take time to rebuild that connection. Mind-body practices, such as meditation, yoga, or somatic therapy, can be helpful in this process, as they allow us to tune in to our bodily sensations and cultivate a sense of grounding and presence.

Healing from trauma often involves finding meaning and purpose in one’s life.

This can mean exploring new hobbies or passions, reconnecting with old ones, or finding ways to give back to others.  Learning to see oneself as a survivor rather than a victim is an important part of healing from trauma.  Developing a sense of resilience and compassion for oneself and others is also important.

Healing from trauma is a challenging but rewarding journey

that requires self-care, self-compassion, and a willingness to seek out support and resources. By taking the time to process and heal from past traumas, we can move forward with greater resilience, self-awareness, and compassion for ourselves and others.

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Key Takeaways:

How Elizabeth got into trauma work.

The power of meditation in awakening and healing.

The practice of meditation.

What does the mind don’t even know?

How life changes from the moment of awakening.


Awakening through trauma

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