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The right place to begin is with the knowledge that you can heal. No matter what you experience in this life, it is possible to come back to a place of safety and wholeness. At Mindlight, we have seen people recover from the traumas of war, sexual violation, adverse childhood events, religious and racial discrimination, […]

Resiliency, Your Journey

Recovering From Trauma

For the third day in a row, I notice that it’s 2 a.m., and I’m still working. There have been no breaks for exercise or time outside. While it may look as though I’ve adopted a certain pattern of behavior, what actually is happening is that I’ve defaulted into a pattern of Being.  I have […]

Your Journey

Breaking Patterns

Mindlight works in the field of emotional mastery. We see these four aspects of life as a way of organizing our emotional experiences into specific emotional skills.  Resiliency: (Internal, Survival) This is our capacity to recover and heal. To go from de-regulated emotional states to regulated. To expose and feel deeply the full range of […]

Our Philosophy, Your Journey

The Map of the Emotional Experience

Many major incidents in our life don’t occur as traumatic because we are able to integrate them immediately. If we are given emotional support and help in understanding what has happened we are able to heal on the spot. Whether you are integrating an experience that just happened or something that occurred 20 years ago […]

Our Philosophy, Your Journey

The 3 Main Healing Components

Respect. It is an honor to witness the resilient human spirit. You might feel broken but we see your incomprehensible strength. We are experts at trauma recovery but you are the expert of your own experience, this is our guiding light. Radical honesty. Sometimes the wound has terrible unspeakable things to say. There might be […]

Our Philosophy, Your Journey

Guiding Principles for Mindlight’s 1 on 1 Personal Work

We all come to this life with a sense of wellbeing, safety in our body and environment. Trauma is when our experience is so far from that sense of safety the two can’t co-exist. Either we are experiencing that moment or there is wellbeing NOT both. This creates a temporary internal divide. Part of us […]

Our Philosophy, Your Journey

Defining Trauma

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