A trauma is an incident. The significance is in your emotional response, not in what happened. The same incident is no big deal for others, but it is, or was a big deal for you.
Here is an example from my life:
I went on my biweekly grocery shopping trip with the old folks van yesterday.
They asked what’s new, and I shared that I asked the Community Center to give me a chance to do a short lecture on water. The answer to that was a groan. Audible, and coming from a deep reluctance and distaste.
It wasn’t the right time to deal with it then and there, so I stored it away for analysis later.
And this is “later”… let’s do it now.
First off: the groan awakened a whole series of memories, unpleasant memories of earlier similar incidents.
Someone asked in a comment if I could train other people to do what I do, connect to Source on the 3rd level where you can channel the energy, the specific energy to cause something, like activating a DNA capacity.
This question is like the tip of the iceberg… it shows the world view from where the question came from.
The world view is: anyone with enough training could do anything.
Is that true? After all other people have opened healing schools, trained teachers, trained practitioners, trained coaches.
I am familiar with Landmark Education’s training programs. They train coaches, introduction leaders, seminar leaders.
They screen the applicants. The programs are rigorous, some even murderous.
Results: no good coaches, no good leaders, or not really. There are exceptions, but rare.
What does it take to have, make, save, invest, and spend money in a way that you end up enjoying it, benefiting from it, being enriched by money?
Before we can talk about money, we need to define what we mean by abundance… Abundance is a being that says: All is well with the world. Abundance is also an experience.
I don’t know anyone who lives in abundance, although all of us have experienced abundance for moments, minutes, hours… sometimes even days. Don’t kid yourself, rich people don’t live in abundance… every person I have ever checked, had some version of anxiety in them.