When Life Becomes a Nightmare

When Life Becomes a Nightmare

Again I awoke in pain and felt like I wanted to stay in bed all day, what depression! I would have preferred to go on sleeping rather than to deal with my troubles, the flashbacks from events of my past give me no respite. I’m already 50 years old and I still have nightmares which started back in the army days. I was a healthy and happy person, I always kept up my fitness and proper nutrition. I never thought that at the age of 50 I would already have heart problems and high blood pressure, not to mention the feeling of depression which never fails to visit me when I wake up in the morning.

Again I awoke in pain and felt like I wanted to stay in bed all day, what depression! I would have preferred to go on sleeping rather than to deal with my troubles, the flashbacks from events of my past give me no respite. I’m already 50 years old and I still have nightmares which started back in the army days. I was a healthy and happy person, I always kept up my fitness and proper nutrition. I never thought that at the age of 50 I would already have heart problems and high blood pressure, not to mention the feeling of depression which never fails to visit me when I wake up in the morning.

Does this story sound familiar to you?

Do you also sometimes feel down and you don’t know why?

Is there a connection between our mental and physical health and traumatic events from our past?

Does time really heal wounds?

Which solutions exist in the field of medicine and science for the treatment of traumatic events?

After you read the article you will be able to understand for yourself the appropriate way to deal with trauma, loss and mental strain.

In order to understand how traumatic events influence our lives and give us no respite we must first understand a little better how our mind works.

To this end, let’s do a short exercise. It would be great if you would cooperate 🙂

Can you remember an event wherein you felt joy from life? If so, focus on this for a moment, on this specific event.

Now please answer following questions:

Which sight did you witness from the memory? Which feeling did you have? Which colors did you see? Which voices did you see? What was your tactile sense? How old were you?

When you did that you received an image from a very large collection of images filed away in your mind, in this article we will call it the Aware Mind.

Practically, you “record” every event from your life. These images contain all your sensory perceptions from that moment, like voices, colors, touch, emotion, etc.

When we want to solve a problem we use our mind wherein all images from every moment in our lives are stored away.

Let’s see how it works!!

When you have a puncture in your car tire how do you know how to solve the problem??

You use your knowledge found in the same images from your past which are related to car repairs. I have for instance an image from when I was 15 standing next to my father while he was changing a tire and explaining to me the actions I had to perform, I also remember the theory book or a video I watched on the topic.

Thus I use my knowledge from the past in order to solve problems in the present and make decisions about the future.

I wish I could stop here, I do not want to dissuade you but the rest of the article is going to be less pleasant, I’m going to teach how how unpleasant events which occurred in your life influence you today.

You need some courage to want to know and understand the topic but if it really is important to you to know what can be done to deal with those traumatic events from the past it is worth it to keep reading.

Many researchers tried for many years to understand what the influence of events which contain physical and mental pain are on our lives.

Recently, on 17.9.2018, a report in the Haaretz newspaper was published with the title “45 years after the Yom Kippur War: Those held in captive still suffering from physical and mental problems.”

The report presents a study which began in the 90s from the IDF’s department of mental health and was continued at Tel Aviv University. It is a long and comprehensive study in which the researchers followed the 301 soldiers who were taken in the Yom Kippur War as Egyptian and Syrian prisoners of war and suffered abuse and torture.

The aim of the study was to examine the traumatic impact on the soldiers in relation to their mental and physical health. Results of the study showed that the body of those held in captivity “remembers”  the torture. The trauma of captivity increased their risk of falling ill to many bodily conditions such as heart conditions, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and the like. The trauma accelerated their process of ageing and caused them much stress and mental suffering.

In order to overcome these phenomena there are some who prefer taking medicine or alcohol in order to forget the past. The study also showed an increase in the number of people who choose these means as a solution. However, these solutions are actually not efficient and even increase the risk of becoming unwell.

The phenomenon of traumatic influence really seems like a neverending nightmare. We accumulate more and more unpleasant events which impact us without us having any control over it.

The study found that indeed the source of the mental suffering and illness is yet to beget a real solution which would remove the damaging influences of traumatic events from the past.

We at LifePower, we already found the solution 70 years ago.

As you have already understood, there exists within us a database of all of those images of the past and with its help we can find solutions and make decisions about the future. But what happens when we experience an event of mental pain or suffering?

In order to answer that we will slightly expand on what the researchers uncovered in the report presented below:

Events which contain pain stored away within us in our mind together with all the sensory perceptions from the event: color, sound, touch, the feeling of pain, thoughts and the like. At a later stage, when a similar event occurs, which contains sensory perceptions similar to that of the traumatic, it is reactivated, and causes us mental pain and suffering. The events which contain pain are not stored in our Aware Mind, but rather in our Reactive Mind. It is thus so called because it functions unconsciously. It begins to operate whenever a likeness between sensory perceptions in the present and those same sensory perceptions from the past which contains mental or physical pain.

This is the single source which causes us anxiety, suffering and illness.

At LifePower not only have we discovered what the source of mental suffering and illness is, but we hold the knowledge with which you will be able to completely eradicate the destructive influence of traumatic events from your life.

There is no reason to keep carrying around sorrow and pain, you can live a good and happy life, it’s all in your hands !!!

You are invited to make contact with one of our instructors for additional information today.

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