Neuroimaging studies showed that when deeply traumatized people try to consciously access and put language to their trauma, their thinking brains essentially shut down, making them mostly unable to profit from standard talk therapy. As Bessel van der Kolk, a champion of a more somatically oriented approach to trauma, explained it:
"The trauma doesn't 'sit' in the verbal understanding, part of the brain, but in much deeper regions of the brain--amygdala, hippocampus, hypothalamus, brain stem--which are only marginally affected by thinking and cognition...To do effective therapy we need to do things that change the way people regulate these core functions, which probably can't be done by words and language."
— Richard Simon, Editor, Psychotherapy Networker
Also Consider these words:
"Your intentions entangle with your energy flowing in the meridian/chakra system. That higher free energy state can drive all processes in our body...when information is created, entropy decreases. Nature is restoring itself. Focused sustained human intention can allow us to do things."
—William A. Tiller, PhD, Professor Emeritus
Stanford University's Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Author of Psychoenergetic Science: A Second Copernican-Scale Revolution.
(used with permission)