The Healing Group Invites You to a Public Offering

Saturday, June 11, 2022
In the US: 8 am Pacific, 10 am Central, US/Canada
In the UK: 4 pm BST, 5 pm Paris

Rapic Calming and Stabilization – 8 Techniques to reduce stress

With Guest Speaker Elaine Buxton

Elaine Buxton is a member of the PFC Healing Group and will be presenting Calming and Stabilization Exercises at the PFC Open Healing Call on June 11, 2022.   Elaine has been a PFC member since 2020.  She retired as an active Family Nurse Practitioner in 2018 and since then has been focusing on naturalistic and energy healing.   Elaine previously had a private hypnotherapy business for chronic pain and became certified once again in February 2022.

We have all faced many challenges and experienced small to large emotional traumas in life.  These emotional traumas have certainly been exacerbated over the past two years!   Although many of us demonstrate great resilience and learn from these challenges, intense emotional reactions to certain triggers can become part of our automatic behavior, with past experiences extending into the present.

From her health care experience, studies and hypnotherapy training, Elaine has compiled a set of easy to learn exercises that can rapidly calm and stabilize a triggered, agitated state.  This is important because, at those times, we may be reacting in a survival, alarm state commonly known as fight, flight or freeze that sidelines our rational, logical mind. Staying in these triggered states over extended periods of time can have negative impacts on our physical health as well as our mental health.  These techniques are also great for mild distress.  Some methods have multiple uses and are often incorporated in psychotherapy.

Elaine will demonstrate eight techniques for calming and stabilizing that you can participate in during the meeting.   This will be an interactive format with time for questions and sharing your experiences.  Many of our PFC healing participants are likely to be familiar with some of the techniques and there are multiple techniques we can discuss.  A lot of information will be presented in this offering, and you may want to take notes.  You can also request a copy of Elaine’s slides after the presentation.

We hope to see you there!

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I used to have the worst anxiety, fear and worry.
    Most of that was caused by a B vitamin deficiency, especially B1.
    I was also deficient in other nutrients like Vit D and magnesium.
    Taking essential amino acids helped too because L tryptophan produces serotonin.
    Too bad doctors dont prescribe L tryptophan.
    I had to do all this research and work on my own .
    I feel like the old me again….

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