Mind/Body Connection Series

 

Title:  How the Body Speaks its Mind: Are You Listening?  

Date:   9/24/19  

Time: 6:30 – 7:45 PM

Location: National Integrated Health Associates

Presenter: Kuno Bachbauer, Dr.med. (Austria) L.M.F.T. (D.C.)

This is a lecture and mini-workshop Series "Understanding the Mind-Body Connection" with Kuno Bachbauer.

  • If you feel you have done everything “right”- and you are still not getting well…
  • If you are still not feeling better after doing all the right things, then maybe your health status is not because you missed the latest and greatest treatment, or have not taken enough supplements, but just maybe….

Your Body/Mind is trying to tell you something - and you don’t know how to listen.

You may benefit from a deeper understanding of the “LANGUAGE OF ILLNESS.”

This is a live, in-person class so that you can sense and feel what is taking place in the mind and body.

 

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Here are a few "translations" of what they body may be telling you, and why you should listen:

1. Illness may tell you: “PLEASE STOP!”

Your body says: “No more of this!” or, “This is too much for me!”

A popular one is: “Get me out of here!”  “Here” may mean a relationship, a place, a job, a situation - an entanglement that has become a stressor for you. A wonderful resource for this understanding is the powerful book by Gabor Mate’ How the Body Says No.

2. Illness may tell you: “PLEASE SLOW DOWN AND LISTEN TO YOURSELF.”

Most of our nervous systems are not as strong as we would like them to be. You may want to be stronger than you really are, but your “inner child” i.e., the vulnerable part in you, may need more time and attention than you want to give. It may need you to listen to who you really are versus who you want to be.

3. Illness may tell you: “YOUR CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES STILL AFFECT YOU AND NEED YOUR ATTENTION.”

I have taught about the detrimental effects of difficult childhood situations in prior classes.

In short: There is ample SCIENTIFIC & STATISTICAL evidence regarding the direct connection between “adverse childhood experiences” (ACEs), and chronic illness that may develop later in life. This means that a “bad childhood” of neglect, violence, separation, or loss can predict detrimental health outcomes.  Resolving these issues with trauma work and deep psychotherapy helps prevent further damage. 

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There are many more concepts the body may be trying to tell you, but, MORE IMPORTANTLY...If you understand these concepts, you may use this understanding for deeper healing!Are you Intrigued?

  • Unfamiliar with thinking about life this way?
  • Each journey starts with the first step!


Join us for an informative evening to connect Mind and Body!

Besides deepening the information presented above, you will learn in this mini-workshop:

• Why any illness must be seen as a systemic, multi-factorial process and a break-down of wholeness
• How the “ACE Study” (short for “Adverse Childhood Experiences study”) documents the connection between adverse childhood experiences and chronic illness later in life.
• How un-conscious life-commitments and frozen inner beliefs, that are resulting from unresolved traumatic childhood experiences may adversely influence the development of an illness!
• How a psychotherapist can make use of the “mind-body connection” for re-balancing and healing.

Kuno Bachbauer, LMFT, Dr. med. (Austria), has a life-long interest in personal growth, mind-body medicine, and understanding the neuro-biology of emotion and spiritual transformation. He practices Core Energetics at CoreConstellations Center in Rockville, MD., has a counseling office at NIHA, and teaches internationally.

 

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