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It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are

by Mark Wolynn Traumas Lost and Found The past is never dead. It’s not even past. — William Faulkner, Requiem for a Nun A well-documented feature of trauma, one familiar to many, is our inability to…

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Genetic Changes Carry Trauma’s Effects Across the Generations

For survivors of extreme trauma, those experiences can have long-lasting effects on their physical and mental health, but an emerging field of genetic research is finding that these physiological changes can also be passed onto the…

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The Psychology of Spiritual Seeking, Trauma and Addiction, Gabor Maté

In this interview Gabor Maté shares his perspectives on the psychology of spiritual seeking, trauma, spiritual bypassing, how addiction might be related to spirituality and more. This interview is part of Science and Nonduality Anthology Vol.6….

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Cartesianism as the Effect of our Collective Childhood Trauma – Edward Frenkel

Edward Frenkel poses the question why Cartesianism — by which he means the idea of science as an “impartial arbiter” that can explain everything, coupled with the idea of a deterministic universe in which all processes…

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Conversation on Trauma & Spirituality

A panel with with Scott Kiloby, Richard Miller and Russ Hudson; facilitated by Julie Yau. A profound and intrinsic relationship exists between trauma and spirituality that can foster emotional maturity and psychospiritual growth. The survival response…

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Trauma as a Pathway to Spiritual Surrender

Trauma and spirituality share a profound connection, according to psychologist Peter Levine. And by learning how to work with trauma properly, it can become a portal to transformation. Levine’s work focuses on helping people heal from…

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Healing Trauma, Julie Yau

Recovering our Soul as Embodied Aliveness and Authenticity The human body is potentially a vessel of a profound process of transformation, encompassing the sensuous world of matter, the subtle realm, and the Absolute. The body is…

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Enlightenment’s Evil Twin

Exploring the Shadow Side of Meditation In 1974 Hans Burgschmidt was sixteen years old, living in the Canadian Prairies, working in a photography studio darkroom, elbow-deep in chemicals all day long. “Is this what life is…

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