Lest we forget that those that survive can often return home with more that what they left with. A traumatic incident can Leave an imprint on a mind and PTSD can rarely be changed with medication. The mind needs to change what it is experiencing.
If a significant event is imprinted on our mind and is continuously playing on our screen outside of us then this could answer the long asked question of “why is it someone with PTSD has a highly stimulated visual cortex when they are just looking at a blank wall?
Brodmann’s Area 19, part of our Visual Cortex is continuously lit up in someone experiencing PTSD. Anything coming in from out side of us goes through the visual cortex, if a viewed image is traumatic, not understood or unknown then our fight or flight response is triggered. If this trigger is not understood, changed or filed away then it gets stuck and repeatedly plays on our screen causing a constant stress response. Stuck in fight or flight. For a more scientific description, click here The Hudson Mind Theory
As a body mind worker the HMT uses language and you, your mind to allow you to process and change what is on your screen, on your mind. You don’t have to talk about the experience, some people don’t even remember the experience or block it out, and this is ok, because its the subconscious thats stuck in the problem and this means your subconscious is doing the problem and it knows how to make your change.
Medication can not change a memory, it can make it hazier or easier to manage, but until that memory is processed, mental health problems, flash backs, physical health issues, addictions will almost certainly arise.
As a Body Mind Worker using the HMT I can help.