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The Revolutionary Trauma Release Process: Transcend Your Toughest Times

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Life is stressful, anxiety provoking, and frequently traumatic. The result is that many of us are hurting, and often we are unaware of how deep our pain runs. These experiences aren't simply over and done with once they have passed. They each leave their mark, etched deep into both the psyche and the body. This affects how well we function from this point onwards. The Revo ...more
Paperback, 207 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Namaste Publishing
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Gemini Adams
Dr Bercelli's book offers some detailed explanations on how PTSD and unresolved trauma impact our psychological and physical make-up impairing our health, well-being and mental sanity if left untreated.

Diving into the history of how humans have reacted to trauma and how the primitive natural response that we have learned to suppress in our civilized societies still exists, lying dormant, just waiting to be activated to give us the healing release we need.

Bercelli takes us on a trauma tour eval
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Per André
Aug 17, 2015 Per André rated it liked it
Fascinating approach to PTSD treatment in particular. Minus for over selling.
William
Jun 19, 2016 William rated it liked it
cut the ideology, and this book would be half the length--and better for it. the theory is solid & verified by other somatic approaches i've investigated. the exercises seem legit (started tonight & got some results). points off for not addressing disabilities. are there other modifications/analogues for folks who can't do these due to injuries or other issues? i'm also curious if there's any research re: folks with epilepsy using this approach, as my neuro-knowledge isn't thorough ...more
Stuart
Jan 14, 2015 Stuart rated it really liked it
Berceli's exercises are terrific and very clearly detailed and make this book a must-have for body-centered practitioners of all types, as well as for anyone dealing with back pain issues and exploring their own Bodymind connections, especially, of course, with histories of trauma. The rest of his text his pretty generic in its discussion of trauma, though probably a decent introduction for lay people.
Alex Linschoten
Less science, more mission statement. Interesting idea, particularly in the civil conflict settings Berceli seems to have traversed during his life, though.
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Apr 28, 2014 Jackie rated it it was amazing
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This book "may" help you more than you could ever imagine. I have done the exercises in the book and the result shocked me. I felt so relaxed after.
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Great tool to have.
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