Introduction to Trauma Series: Avoiding Spiritual Identity Theft

Introduction to Trauma Series: Avoiding Spiritual Identity TheftEpisode #2 – Introduction to Trauma Series (Avoiding Spiritual Identity Theft!)

Have you or someone you love endured sufferings in which you continue to feel stuck?  Does this leave you feeling confused or even fearful, perhaps even rejected or abandoned by God?  Unfortunately, there are so many types of trauma and such experiences are so prevalent that it’s difficult to imagine someone who hasn’t been traumatized at one time or another.

 

Have you ever been told or thought that if you only had greater faith you’d be able to overcome feelings of abandonment, rejection or insecurity?  In this series Margaret will help unpack how the neurophysiology of trauma can leave us trapped in the emotions from traumatic experiences regardless of how great our faith is.  Come to a deeper understanding of what happens in the person during traumatic experiences and deepen in your sense of God’s love.  Grow in compassion for yourself and others.

 

Due to a very specific biological reaction during trauma, even decades later we can default to a mode of fear leading to cortisol (a stress hormone) and shutting off oxytocin (a feel-good hormone associated with love, trust, and friendship) when we encounter reminders of those traumatic experiences.  Knowing the body responds in this way can help us to cling to the truth and not give into a skewed perspective that is fear-based.

 

The evil one wants to divide you off within yourself, disconnect you off from others, and even give you a sense of separation from God by spiritual identity theft!  He wants you to think that your symptoms of feeling fearful and rejected are really who you are.  The truth is they aren’t who you are.  They are only how you are doing in a moment.  Understanding where those feelings come from can help unmask the lies we can take on and operate out of and even more it can help us stay grounded in the truth of our identity as God’s beloved children!

 

My first book, More Than Words:  The Freedom to Thrive After Trauma, is available on Amazon.com and will provide you with more information about how traumatic experiences can impact us even decades later.

 

 

Sacred Mountain

Podcast #34

Sacred Mountain

This is an amazing blend of essential oils that create a feeling of security and protection. It contains ylang ylang, cedarwood, balsam fir, and spruce.

The conifer oils used in this blend have been used by the North American Indians for hundreds of years for protection. The oils helped them to recharge energetically at all levels with a frequency of about 176 MHz. This oil will bring empowerment, sacredness and is uplifting yet grounding for the body.

Why use it?

When D. Gary Young was asked what oil would he pick if he could only choose one he said Sacred Mountain because it could help the most people. The reason that it can be so helpful to so many is primarily because of how it can help us deal with emotions and increase our frequency.

What does it all help with?

Feelings of anger with yourself or someone else.

Empowerment & confidence whether you have a job interview or are just a nervous person by nature

Dealing with frustration in the day to day or big life events

When we are dealing with grief and sorrow

In times were jealousy sets in

If we tend to be obsessive in situations or life

When we are working on personal change and development

This is also an amazing addition to prayer time

Protection from negative thoughts and feelings

If we tend to struggle or maybe our kids struggle with restlessness & sleep

Feelings of security in our God-given identity support

Uplifting your mood daily

Reduces feelings of stress

An absolute must-have in situations of trauma

Do you need this oil for yourself or someone you love?

Grab your today here.

How will you choose to use it? Will you diffuse it, wear it on your diffuser necklace or earing or just give it a smell right out of the bottle?

As always, be grateful & have faith!

God Bless!