Revisiting Old Traumas Can Result in Authentic Healing
Authentic healing is a process, not an event.
If you start your journey with the Gillespie Approach, you are signing up for revisiting your life’s traumas. The fascial web remembers all.
If you are an adult, there are probably many layers of trauma. Some are remembered and others have been forgotten. Your birth trauma layers may feel like new experiences to you.
As an example, you may relive your asthmatic symptoms when the fascial web revisits your childhood asthma. When that condition clears, the next layer of your onion will appear.
Some uncomfortable emotional layers may arise. Your body may release stored toxins. You may have ups and downs. Your journey may take months or even years.
You will include other complimentary therapies and lifestyle changes to facilitate your healing. The journey can be difficult, but by staying the course, the reward of better health can be on the other side.
Childhood therapy has its distinct advantages. The body is more flexible, responds faster, heals quicker, and has fewer traumas.
The Gillespie Approach is most beneficial closest to birth. The wounds are fresh and ready to be released before becoming ingrained in the body.
Most babies have layers of soft tissue birth trauma, an onion covering all the physical and emotional events of those forty weeks. The provider is ultimately searching to help release the core issues that will result in a happy baby.
My wish for the world is for every newborn to leave the hospital breathing well, nursing well, digesting well, pooping well, and napping well. Everyone loves a happy baby.
Every infant’s fascial web holds the memory of its physical and emotional birth traumas. Since the infant knows innately how to heal herself, the provider just needs to listen to the body and facilitate the corrective process.