Susan J. ​​Nassuna​ 

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               Stories Live In Our Bodies

When we experience traumatic or stressful events, we tell ourselves stories to survive. Unfortunately, the stories we tell ourselves often cast us in the victim's role, making us powerless bystanders in the events unfolding in our lives.

Then, the stories get stuck in our minds and in our bodies, as we are held hostage by a range of depleting emotions such as sadness, anger, fear, shame, guilt and more, which very often develop into medically unexplained physical symptoms like chronic pain and fatigue.

If left unresolved, this low-vibrational state of being can lead to a life long detachment from our authentic nature, making it difficult for us to experience feelings of self-worth, happiness, intimacy, and an overall sense of life fulfillment.


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