Intrauterine Time: regression and healing
June 22 @ 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM40€
by Ruxandra Bulzan, Romania
Psychologically, during the intrauterine time the child has no sense of identity, he completely identifies with the mother. He is receptive/reactive to mother’s emotions/energies, absorbs mother’s and occasionally father’s emotions, and has no ability to distance himself from mother’s feelings.
Any trauma experienced during the intrauterine period can have long-lasting negative effects;
Contrary to outdated beliefs, the fetus has emotions and is conscious from conception, and everything it experiences through the mother and her environment shapes its personality Intrauterine and birth traumas create patterns of survival and coping strategies developed during the intrauterine period become generalized response mechanisms to life’s problems.
What will you learn during this workshop:
– Current problems that may have their source in the intrauterine experience
– Frequent traumas from the prenatal period
– Patterns of prenatal adaptation
– Birth trauma
– Perinatal traumas
– Regression during intrauterine time
– Important moments to explore during intrauterine regression
– Steps in resolving intrauterine traumas
– Reframing/rewriting techniques
The workshop will be facilitated by Ruxandra Bulzan – psychologist, hypnotherapist, regression therapist in the current life and past lives, supervising trainer within the Regression Academy (UK), internationally accredited trainer by EARTh and President of the Romanian Association of Hypnosis and Regression Therapy .