Trauma: Healing Your Past to Find Freedom Now (Paperback)
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You are not doomed to be trapped by your trauma
Trauma is unresolved pain. It hums in the background of our lives and robs us of the joy, faith, peace, and love we fully deserve.
In their groundbreaking book, Pedram Shojai, O.M.D., New York Times best-selling author of The Urban Monk and The Art of Stopping Time, and Nick Polizzi, author of The Sacred Science, take you on a journey that encompasses:
• a clear understanding of trauma, where it comes from, and how it affects every part of your life
• an exploration of modern and ancient therapies and practices for healing
• real-life tragedies turning into stories of triumph, hope, and survival
Drawn from the wisdom and insights of the world's top doctors, therapists, and experts, Trauma will show you that no matter what you have endured, how long you have carried it, or how deeply embedded it is, you can be free from pain and suffering. Your road to recovery and whole-body healing is before you, and with it the richer and more profound connections that you seek with yourself and your loved ones.
About the Author
Dr. Pedram Shojai is the founder of Well.org, the New York Times best-selling author of The Urban Monk, Rise and Shine, The Art of Stopping Time, and Inner Alchemy, and the co-author of Exhausted. He is the producer and director of Vitality, Origins, and Prosperity and the producer of such documentary series as Interconnected, Gateway to Health, Exhausted, and Healing Trauma. He is a Taoist abbot, a doctor of Oriental medicine, and a qigong master.
Nick Polizzi is the founder of The Sacred Science, director of the feature documentary by the same name, and author of the book based on the film, as well as the co-author of Exhausted. He is also the host and executive producer of the docuseries Remedy: Ancient Medicines for Modern Illness. Ever since he cured himself of a debilitating illness using a traditional therapy, he has been traveling the world and documenting forgotten healing methods.