Emotional Release Sound Therapy
2129 S. Oneida St. Bldg. C #113 Green Bay, WI 54304
(920) 327-1389
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Grief and Loss
There is good grief and bad grief. One helps you move on, the other beats you down. If you know someone that is holding on to their grief because of death or because someone or something has been separated from you, you can be compassionate and help them get to a better place…
When someone or something in our life is taken away or has left us it is only natural to grieve. Our lives will be different in ways we wish could stay the same. Sometimes we take on the blame and hold on to it. We find that there are many adjustments and new roles we must take on. Our loss is painful and yet in time it is also normal to move on. We can choose to remember them fondly and smile at all the good memories or we can hold on to our pain and be angry and disabled.
People will be compassionate with others because of their loss, but they will move on. If the griever wallows in their sorrow for an extended period of time people will sever their relationship because they will no longer want to be pulled into suffering, they have enough of their own, thank you. Abnormally long grief is usually a selfish action. It is not about the person or thing lost, it is about their loss, about their suffering, about the unjustness to them. They hold on to it because it benefits them in some way whether they know it or not. Many will refuse help because they want to keep the grief or self-blame. They become martyrs in their own thoughts. This is not condemnation because this behavior was probably passed down and lives as an unconscious belief. As I said early, if you know someone caught up in this pattern they will not want help and believe they cannot be helped. If you want to help them you can tell them that you know they cannot be consoled but their suffering can be eased a little. Hopefully they will accept a little help. Sometimes they have gone to counseling but it was unsuccessful proving that help is nowhere to be found. This is the beauty of ERST. We deal with thought, unspoken thoughts. We are not counselors we work at the unconscious level where the underlying cause is operating. We simply have the person think of their loss (tears should appear) and isolate the thought. Through our proprietary process we identify a sound frequency that returns that thought to balance. For most people this is all that is needed to return to normal. There are those who have had several thoughts around the same issue that swirl around each other one protecting the other causing a deep depression. These are problematic and will need extra sessions to unravel the multiple issues.
Emotional Release Sound Therapy
Invest in Yourself
site design & hosting by Green Bay Websites
Grief and Loss
There is good grief and bad grief. One helps you move on, the other beats you down. If you know someone that is holding on to their grief because of death or because someone or something has been separated from you, you can be compassionate and help them get to a better place…
When someone or something in our life is taken away or has left us it is only natural to grieve. Our lives will be different in ways we wish could stay the same. Sometimes we take on the blame and hold on to it. We find that there are many adjustments and new roles we must take on. Our loss is painful and yet in time it is also normal to move on. We can choose to remember them fondly and smile at all the good memories or we can hold on to our pain and be angry and disabled.
People will be compassionate with others because of their loss, but they will move on. If the griever wallows in their sorrow for an extended period of time people will sever their relationship because they will no longer want to be pulled into suffering, they have enough of their own, thank you. Abnormally long grief is usually a selfish action. It is not about the person or thing lost, it is about their loss, about their suffering, about the unjustness to them. They hold on to it because it benefits them in some way whether they know it or not. Many will refuse help because they want to keep the grief or self-blame. They become martyrs in their own thoughts. This is not condemnation because this behavior was probably passed down and lives as an unconscious belief. As I said early, if you know someone caught up in this pattern they will not want help and believe they cannot be helped. If you want to help them you can tell them that you know they cannot be consoled but their suffering can be eased a little. Hopefully they will accept a little help. Sometimes they have gone to counseling but it was unsuccessful proving that help is nowhere to be found. This is the beauty of ERST. We deal with thought, unspoken thoughts. We are not counselors we work at the unconscious level where the underlying cause is operating. We simply have the person think of their loss (tears should appear) and isolate the thought. Through our proprietary process we identify a sound frequency that returns that thought to balance. For most people this is all that is needed to return to normal. There are those who have had several thoughts around the same issue that swirl around each other one protecting the other causing a deep depression. These are problematic and will need extra sessions to unravel the multiple issues.