This protocol was designed to address the dissociation issues that arose during the second protocol. Dissociation is the brain’s coping mechanism to protect a person experiencing something traumatic. It is a survival mechanism. The first time dissociation happens it is a response to an actual threat of some kind – physical, emotional, mental, or sexualContinue reading “Neurofeedback – Third Protocol”
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This document gets updated as I learn more about the aspects, I am guessing that there are around 20 of them. I once believed that the Aspects were individuals and had no interaction. During the early neurofeedback sessions it became apparent that ‘The Angry One’ agreed to work with the Administrator, the Observer, and ‘GoContinue reading “Aspects”
Recently: I was settled in for one of my first neurofeedback sessions. Although the session involves watching a video or tv show, my preference at the time was YouTube meditations. My eyes were blinking, the images I saw in front of me were not what I saw previously. I had a sinking feeling – IContinue reading “Dissociation Anecdotes”
Who is Lark In The Dark?
I was struggling to find a username for my WordPress account. My usual screen names were taken. Inspiration struck, ‘Lark In The Dark’, low and behold the name was available in WordPress. I began blogging. As a Witch I work a lot with animal spirits. In the moment I faintly wondered at the inspiration, butContinue reading “Who is Lark In The Dark?”
I began to have severe short-term memory problems. I went to see the doctor concerned that I had some kind of brain disease. Imaging showed a physiologically perfect brain. This was a good news/bad news result. I don’t have brain disease (good news). The cause of the short-term memory problems was unknown (bad news).
In The Beginning
I had married a military man and had moved away from Colorado to Alaska. I was in the midst of an identity crises – literally. My first marriage was in its death throes and I was … empty. I had no sense of identity and was suicidal, again. I went to see a psychologist. IContinue reading “In The Beginning”