Mindfulness used for healing Complex PTSD

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Complex PTSD: From Surviving to Thriving: A GUIDE AND MAP FOR RECOVERING FROM CHILDHOOD TRAUMA

Mindfulness is a perspective that weds your capacity for self-observation with your instinct of self-compassion.

It is therefore your ability to observe yourself from an objective and self-accepting viewpoint.

It is a key function of a healthily developed ego and is sometimes described as the observing ego or the witnessing self.

Mindfulness is a perspective of benign curiosity about all of your inner experience.

Recovery is enhanced immeasurably by developing this helpful process of introspection.

As it becomes more developed, mindfulness can be used to recognize and dis-identify from beliefs and viewpoints that you acquired from your traumatizing family.

I cannot overstate the importance of becoming aware of your inner self-commentary.

With enough practice, mindfulness eventually awakens your fighting spirit to resist the abusive refrains from your childhood, and to replace them with thoughts that are self-supportive.

Mindfulness also helps you to establish a perspective from which you can assess and guide your own efforts of recovering.

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