Unhealed pain can be like an open wound. It festers and never really goes away. The hurt might not be as fresh as it once was, but it still lingers, impacting your day-to-day life. This can be especially true for emotional pain. Unlike a physical injury, which will eventually heal with time, emotional scars can last a lifetime. They may not always be at the forefront of your mind, but they can still cause you a great deal of suffering. If you’re carrying around unhealed trauma, it’s important to find ways to address it. Otherwise, it will continue to hold you back from living a full and joyful life.  All undealt emotional pain eventually shows up in the physical thru “disease” and illness.  This is your body’s way of getting your attention that something is not right, out of balance.

Everyone experiences unhealed trauma in their lives at some point. This pain can be from a past event that still lingers or an experience that was never fully resolved. The key to healing this pain is to identify the root cause and release it from your body. In this article, we will explore how you can do just that!

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The first step is to identify the root cause of your unhealed pain. This can be a difficult task, as the pain may be buried deep within you. However, it’s important to take the time to reflect on what might be causing your pain. Traceback from your earliest moments and write down the things that still hurt you.  Those are the thorns that need to be dislodged from your subtle body.  Once you’ve identified the root cause, you can begin to work on releasing it from your body and mind.

At ENSELE we have an advanced energy scanner that can help people identify their fears, and emotional and relationship conflicts that are weakening them, bringing their immune systems low that leading to illness.

There are many different ways to release unhealed trauma from your body. One method is journaling. Writing down your thoughts and feelings can help to dissipate the pain and move you one step closer to healing. Another way to release unhealed pain is through meditation. Meditation allows you to focus on the present moment and let go of any negative thoughts or emotions that are causing you pain. If you’re not sure how to meditate, you can seek professional help from Ensele – The Best Holistic Center out there.

Talking to someone, or a professional is another excellent way to release unhealed trauma from your body.   Ensele offers remote healing to those anywhere in the world via Zoom and WhatsApp.  Enjoy a 15 min free consultation with Lisa Spillman.

Those are common and simple ways, however, sometimes the trauma and pain are too great.  You may feel almost possessed with your sadness, guilt, unworthiness, anger, and pain.  It holds you like a slave and you can’t break free of the patterns, negative thoughts, and actions.  This is where ENSELE can help using our advanced neurofeedback system that will help the brain heal from the inside out.  Even if you don’t know why or what is causing your emotional pain, the brain is your master control center and it will see the blueprint of what happened and heal it.  No talking is needed, this mirroring effect, a naturally and non-invasive process quickly brings balance back so you can move forward living your best life and seeing your past pain as a positive not a negative.  

Healing Takes Time

It’s important to remember that healing takes time. There is no quick fix for unhealed pain. The process of healing is often slow and gradual. However, if you’re patient and consistent with your efforts, you will eventually reach a point where the pain is no longer impacting your life in a negative way.  You are worth it!

The fear of sharing unhealing pain can further damage a relationship. It can be difficult and even scary to share unhealing pain with someone we care about, but it is often necessary in order to begin the healing process. When we keep our pain hidden, it can fester and grow, causing further damage to our relationships. Learning to openly communicate our hurt can be a key step in beginning to heal.

It can be difficult to know how to start sharing our unhealing pain with others. We may feel like we are a burden, or that we are not ready to face our pain. However, it is important to remember that our relationships can suffer if we do not share what is hurting us. Opening up to others can be a scary and difficult process, but it is often necessary in order to begin the healing process.

When we are ready to share our unhealing pain, there are a few things we can do to make the process easier. First, we should find someone we trust and feel safe with. This person could be a friend, family member, therapist, or anyone else we feel comfortable talking to. Once we have found someone we trust, we should try to explain our pain as best we can. It is okay if we do not have all the answers, and it is perfectly normal to feel scared or vulnerable when sharing our hurt. The most important thing is that we are honest about our feelings and what is going on inside of us.

Ensele Can Help

Unhealed pain can be a difficult and painful experience. However, it is possible to heal this unhealed trauma by identifying the root cause and releasing it from your body. In this article, we have explored some of the different ways you can do just that! If you’re struggling to heal your unhealed trauma, Ensele can help. They have helped thousands of people regardless of condition, age, and location.  Our team of experts will work with you to identify the root cause of your pain and create a customized treatment plan to help you heal. Nothing is impossible when you are determined to achieve something. Give us a call today!