The Completion Process
The Practice of Putting Yourself Back Together Again
Everyone on earth, regardless of how good his or her childhood may have been, has experienced trauma to some degree; therefore, everyone experiences post-traumatic stress to some degree. The people who know for sure that they have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are the ones experiencing post-traumatic stress to such a degree that it interferes with their ability to function, thus they have been given an actual diagnosis. Many people, who are simply struggling to try to feel good in their lives, cannot look back at their lives and pinpoint an exact event that caused their current pain. It is hard for the average person to see that the root of the pain in their adult life is in fact past trauma. The Completion Process however, allows you to see the root of your current pain and to resolve it.
The standard model for dealing with strong negative emotion is to think thoughts or take action to subdue the negative emotion and thus make you feel better. The Completion Process takes an entirely different approach. It invites negative emotion to act as a doorway through which you can connect with the aspects of yourself that are lost or unresolved. A modern day soul retrieval process, The Completion Process quite simply allows you to put yourself back together again.
Some steps that is common to happen in the process is:
- Create a Safe Haven (A visualized safe place where you can go
- Shadow work (Find out what you don’t know that you don’t know)
- Interaction with your inner child
- Visualized trip within, (get conscious about memories that affect you negatively)
- Process your negative memories