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Revolutionary Trauma Release Process This book represents a startling breakthrough in trauma therapy--that trauma can manifest itself physically in the body's muscles, not just the mind. This work outlines the exercises that can alleviate or eliminate such physical stress. Full description

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Curing PTSD nonverbally 25 octobre 2008
Par Frank B. - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I have two military sons that have served in Bosnia and IRAQ. Both have returned with stong symptoms of PTSD but were unwilling to seek out professional pshychological help. They will not discuss their war time experiences with anyone. After hearing about Dr Berceli's Trauma Release Process and learning that physical exercises were the key, not years of verbal dialogue with therapists, I immediately ordered books for my entire family. Although we have all benefitted greatly from the exercises it was the psychological improvement of both military sons that was absolutely astounding. Being soldiers, they had no problem doing the exercises and both saw improvements within weeks. What a miracle! They continue to do the exercises and are amazed at the results. I can not thank Dr. Berceli enough for bringing peace back into their lives.
133 internautes sur 135 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The New Wonder 'Drug': Trauma Release Exercises 4 novembre 2008
Par Joan Wright - Publié sur
Format: Broché
As a clinical psychologist, I have been trained to believe that if we assist the client with changing the way that they think, they will change the way that they feel. In essence, the mind can be taught to control the stress and tension of the body. Dr. Berceli provides convincing theory to support the contention that this is not a viable first line intervention for those who have experienced significant stress or trauma. In these circumstances, the body freezes and the resulting physical tension prevents the emotional tension from being released, which maintains the negative thought patterns. Consequently, to attempt the release of physical tension by talking about it, is likely to be a very slow process. I was struck by the truth of this from my own experience with my clients who have suffered from chronic stress and/or trauma.

Dr. Berceli's book offers a simple self-help solution. He has developed a set of physical exercises which release deep chronic tension from the body by creating a vibration in the body. I have been teaching the exercises to my clients and they are consistently reporting an increase in the relaxation response, deeper breathing, increased energy, better sleep, and significantly fewer negative thoughts. In essence, as they are thawing the physical tension, their thoughts are also thawing, thereby permitting easier access to rational thinking. They are healing their minds by first releasing the tension from their body. By using this intervention as the starting point with chronically stressed clients, I am noticing a significant decrease in the number of reported symptoms and an increase in feelings of well-being. It is a therapeutic short-cut to healing!

Don't be fooled by the title of this book. You do not need to have experienced trauma to benefit from the technique. In fact, if you are stressed and no matter how many times you talk about it, the tension continues to be felt, these exercises are for you. In my experience, the sooner we take the time to learn and practice them, the more alive and healthier we will feel. Joan Wright, PhD Psych.
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For myself and adopted child 10 décembre 2008
Par Rene M. Campagna - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I am using these exercises to relieve my own stress and "soft trauma" of adopting a child from Russia. I also am adapting these exercises for my son who is 6 years old.

I have done the TREs about 10 times for myself now and wow, can't believe the relief I feel. It's like an after massage "glow" that last for a couple of days until I do the next exercise. This is helping me be a better person and calmer parent.

I believe that my son also carries within his body the trauma of his early beginnings of being separated from his birthmother and being in an orphanage for 6 months. I am adapting the exercises to keep my son's
attention. I am trying some creative ways to do this:
- naming the exercises "swaying tree", "flamingo" "waterfall"
- adding tempo by counting by the days of the week/months, singing twinkle,twinkle, little star, reciting a bible verse;
-using 6 beads and a bowl to count down the exercises.
-using a visual timer on the last two (longest) exercises so he knows how much longer the exercise will be.

The first time I did these with my son, it was a bit chaotic because he didn't know what to expect. The second time, he did start to tremor (we call it wiggling) a bit and said "wow, that feels really good."

It wasn't until the 3rd time that it all came together for him. His
tremors were very slight, but after about 10 minutes, he said "Mom, I
feel really tired." That night he fell asleep in 10 minutes---usually takes him 45 minutes because of overarousal, and he slept through the whole night! He told me in the morning that he had a really happy dream during the night.

The fourth time I did the exercises, at the very end when he put his feet forward to finish the tremors, he fell asleep for 5 minutes. He was totally relaxed. We have done many therapies, but I have never seen that kind of result.

For about 24-36 hours after the exercises I can tell that he is much calmer and not as anxious or angry. We are doing the exercises every other day and I am hopefull that they will systematically heal the past and the affects will be long lasting. I am sure it will take some time and we will be doing tune ups after the more intense beginning phase.

When you think about trauma, it comes in so many forms that I believe these exercises have great potential of being adapted for adoptive parents and children.

Rene Campagna
Portland, Oregon
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I am cautious of this trauma release approach 5 juin 2011
Par JCalleja - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I recently read Dr Berceli's book and ordered the DVD by the same name with the exercises from the Namaste website (suggested by one the reviewers here). I have gone through the series of exercises several times, so I'm probably not as advanced as some of the other reviewers here but I must say, so far, I'm cautious to continue on a daily basis as some overwhelming sensations occurred (namely, momentary out of body experiences and split-second hallucinations) . As directed, when the discomfort or feelings of overwhelm occurred, I stopped the exercise; however, there's been a residual sense of overwhelm that stayed with me the rest of the day, even after stopping. After experiencing this, I don't believe this book and the prescribed exercises are a substitute for working with a somatic experiencing practitioner or trauma sensitive somatic or body-oriented psychotherapist/specialist, especially if the trauma you experienced was severe, multi-layered or deeply buried. Please understand, however, that this was just my unique experience with this approach that I wanted to share,as I cannot imagine I'm the only one who's had this reaction to the exercise program. The key for me is that when this powerful fight/flight/freeze energy surfaces, I don't feel like Dr Berceli has really given me tools to truly integrate or understand what's happening (outside of stopping and honoring the overwhelming sensation); it just feels like "too much too soon". I find Peter Levine's work Waking the Tiger : Healing Trauma : The Innate Capacity to Transform Overwhelming Experiences to be a far more comprehensive, gentler and nurturing approach, by comparison, as his work and research over 40 yrs has centered on the nervous system and the individual's innate need for a deep sense of safety to enable a natural expansion of an individual's capacity to gently re-experience and re-integrate long dormant "frozen" and highly potent energy. Clearly, many of the readers here are having extremely positive and life-changing body responses to this work, which is truly wonderful and I certainly do not want to take away from the amazing effectiveness of Dr Berceli's unique approach. So, please do not let my review convince you not to try this work. I will continue to do Dr Berceli's exercises now and again but will mostly rely on Levine's exercises Healing Trauma: A Pioneering Program for Restoring the Wisdom of Your Body as they are a better fit for my unique experience. I just wanted to share with you the reasons for my caution and to emphasize that for trauma survivors, the body is perceived as a very dangerous place and reclaiming and/or finding resources that offer deep comfort, pleasure and safety is a vital part of reclaiming our true selves. To anyone going along this path, which I consider the deepest sense of soul reclamation, I wish you well on your healing journey!
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Let's get ready to rumble 'er tremor! 16 octobre 2008
Par H.E. Pennypacker - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Building upon the insight that higher mammals discharge incurred trauma through tremoring or shaking (think of a National Geographic scene of a polar bear waking up after being shot with a tranquilizer dart), David Berceli has devised a series of exercises designed to induce bodily tremoring. The body thus releases the pent up trauma energies stored from our inability to tap into our own atrophied natural mechanisms to do just that.

One thinks of human bodily mechanisms frowned on or diminished by our culture to illustrate that "tremoring" is a natural instinct lost over time. Children often cry with deep, belly level sobbing and shaking which adults regularly hurry to quiet up. When one gets extremely nervous, due to some perceived threat, there is often a tremoring of the body and voice. But showing nervousness is often interpreted as a sign of weakness and to be overcome. After a serious accident, where one may not even be physically harmed, one may feel "shaky" and unstable, unfit to attend business as usual. Often, people feel the expectation to get back to normal ASAP.

What we have conditioned ourselves to do is shut off the intuitive, natural mechanisms designed within us to process trauma and danger from our minds and bodies.

Berceli's thesis is that trauma is circuited by the defensive/protective minded "reptilian" part of our brain and branded into the psoas related muscles of our body, chiefly located in the lower back, abdominal, pelvis, and leg areas. (Perhaps the area of our body that once determined the fate of our survival in the face of physical threat.) This is the area of the body that Berceli stresses by his exercises to induce often very pronounced tremoring and shaking. The shaking clears the trauma imprint out of these "trauma muscles".

I had previously read Peter Levine's seminal book "Waking the Tiger" that reinforces much of Berceli's theory. (Also consider much of the current research that validates that the body vividly stores our unprocessed experiences.) But where Levine establishes the theory, Berceli provides the pragmatic, hands on exercises to practice the theory in real life. (Would be very interesting to get Levine's take on it.)

I am a middle-aged male who suffers from chronic anxiety and PTSD from extensive child abuse. With nothing to lose, I have embarked on giving the exercises a go. After several month's practice, I am pleased that something good is going on. After doing the last culminating exercise of the set of seven exercises, I can sometimes shake for over 20 minutes and consequently feel very calm and relaxed.

I would suppose that what really needs to be done is some sort of research that can assess the results of the practice in as neutral and unbiased way as possible. But who can wait around for that? Try it and test it yourself! Even if it doesn't entirely work, developing kick butt psoases may pay for the price of the book for many! ;)

My thumbs up to a low-cost resource to help mitigate cumulated trauma effects. By all means, for those with acute symptoms, seek out professional help and try out the many other "energy-medicine" techniques available (e.g. Emotional Freedom Technique, acupressure for emotions, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing etc.). But this may well be an important contribution to the arsenal in treating the PTSD symptoms rampant in our very violent world.

P.S. Go to his web site to obtain a DVD of the exercises for a real life demonstration. For an interesting interview try: [...]
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