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why some things you do don't work. a perspective.

I have my moods.

I have them plenty.

It's impossible not to have moods in this dense physical (3D) reality.

It demands almost superhuman persistence, will, and consistent action to stay firmly embodied and soul-aligned... I mean, with all the moons, planets, and comets, neutrino streams, moods of others, and the growing oppression of the collective displaying, it is not an easy one, right?

Recently, in one of my unpleasant morning moods, I've been thinking how grateful I am I've canceled my subscription to the channel of worries, frustration, and bitterness.

I have my inner authority.

Which doesn't mean I don't have my moods.

I have them plenty.

I move with Moon and the planets and nature, and I move with all the energy around me.

It's not easy.

But it also doesn't mean I buy into my moods.

I do plunge into a negative mood, absolutely.

But it's time-limited.

And when I'm in, I know, it's my choice.

I also remember times when I didn't understand that staying in negativity is my choice.

Negativity was real, doom was real, and there was no way out. That was long ago, say two decades ago, but I remember that time as it was yesterday. It wasn't easy. It was very difficult.

No matter what I did, I couldn't cut the cord with the negativity or flip out of it by conscious choice.

No way I was able to do that.

See.

If you have ever suffered from accumulated trauma, your ability to choose consciously is different from if you've never suffered.

Trauma does impact the body's functioning and the brain's ability to focus, concentrate, and make integrated, complex decisions... and choices.

When in my most painful moments, in the late '90s, I wasn't aware of this. I was sure I'm stupid, lazy, dysfunctional.

Many years ago, no one was talking about trauma and the impact it has on body-mind-soul.

I had no idea why some deep lows are re-occurring, why dark moods are returning... and even though trying really hard, I couldn't pull myself out from the negative flow.

I remember the moment when I got a book, I think it was "Trust After Trauma". It was a moment of relief.

For the first time in a long time, say a decade, I felt I am not crazy, and I'm not completely fucked up.

When our body-mind-soul is severy compromised by accumulated trauma?

Lots of trendy and, to be honest, practical inner work doesn't work.

Or it performs very limitedly.

This also includes womb-level and soul-level work.

They seem to have a limited impact on people who are still recovering from deep trauma and need slow processing and slow integration.

When we have accumulated profound traumatic experiences linked to systematical emotional abuse in close relationships over the years?

Or, we have an unstable representation of who we are, lots of fear or anger-based moods running through us, difficulties in coping with conflicts in relationships?

Priority is always to build a healthy, "good functioning" ego that can creatively engage within and without.

Soul-work and womb-work specifically can be an addition to this process, of course. But it all depends on the depth of the psychological injury and the stage in the recovery.

To build a vivid, cooperative ego, you must know that you cannot do it on your own or with any particular techniques.

You will need a trusted therapeutic relationship to do it, and at this point, working with a good psychotherapist is priceless.

I always highly recommend working with a relational therapist also skilled in energy work and, even better, bodywork also. This way, you get the best of both worlds - traditional psychotherapy and energy work, making the psychotherapy experience very useful and practical.

It's more than possible to build a way out of fear, doom, and negativity; canceling a subscription to the channel of fear is imperative.

If you are trying hard with all the spiritual tools, meditations, self-help techniques.... or traditional therapy.... and you are not as successful as you think you should be by now?

Don't believe for a sec it is your fault.

It has probably a lot to do with some unprocessed trauma still lingering in your body-mind-soul system.

And you need the right approach that will fit your needs and help you heal your psychological wounds while showing you how to cultivate a strong, unshakable connection with your divine, immortal soul.

Tina


*Tina Božič is a mama, wife, and master energy worker, trained psychotherapist, and psychologist, with +20 years of experience in self-growth and healing. She helps ambitious women #witches to finally quit hiding, so they grow a sincere pleasure of being themselves, start making bigger waves while gracefully building well-deserved success in intimacy and business. Tina deeply believes life is all about Beauty, Sovereignty, and Love. You can reach Tina via tina@tinabozic.com or ask about options to work with her here. And, don't forget to subscribe to her notorious and very much loved Soul Letters right here! <3

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