Tonight's special guest is Amber DeAnn from San Jose, California, a child abuse and PTSD survivor who's now a relationship coach, hypnotherapist, author and filmmaker. "Mine is a slightly different story," she says, "since I approach everything from a more cosmic angle." Her main molester was her mom, a housewife of a farmer in the Midwest (Nebraska). "She felt trapped and when she could not hold it in any longer her anger erupted onto me in the form of beatings." But she was also sodomized by a drunken father as an infant. "I don’t even remember the first 8 years of my life, except for emotionless sensations which look like images from a movie, not a real life memory," she shares. "It is common for abuse victims to leave their body during the abuse," Amber points out, "which is probably what happened here (a psychic looked at it and said 'it wasn’t just abuse, it was torture')." She goes on, "The emotional and mental shut down and entrapment in low self esteem, cut off from your power, your personality, your interests, your feelings, and your essence as a human that is the deepest wound to heal." Amber talks about the biological and energetic side of healing from trauma and child abuse. "This path includes body shaking to release the excess of flight or fight energy from the body, emotional clearing (thru hypnotherapy and other writing exercises), yoga to strengthen the body which resets the nervous system, and meditation to reconnect with the Spirit." Amber says, "I am now a coach helping adults release from their emotional connection to their parents, so they can take back their power, and their identity."
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