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Scattered Daily Thoughts

Welcome to my blog –a place where I jot down several things after my consultations: things I research, musings, answers to client's questions, quick motivation ideas, and more.


I hope you find something useful for your journey.


About soul trauma

You will work with women who have experienced abuse... —said my Guide one morning.

I’ve been open to Spirit since I can remember, so sensing my Guide was not something new, what called my attention was her message.

How was I supposed to do that?

I had taken courses on Ericksonian Hypnosis, Gestalt for grief and loss, had a diploma in Existential Analysis, took EMDR while studying Psychotherapy and Counselling during my career, got certified on several energy healing modalities, but was I ready to focus on people who had experienced abuse?

Are you sure? —I replied.

My Guide hasn’t made one mistake since we started talking when I was a child, and yet, I must be the most distrustful and stubborn protégée she’s ever been in charge of.

Once ordained Ñusta, I moved back from Cusco to Lima to work with my healees and spend time with my family; that was when my Guide started to train me on how to understand and heal trauma, based on what I had learned with the Q’ero.

Trauma happens when a part of the soul freezes, so it can go on having the rest of experiences chartered... —she would explain, while I tried to absorb the truth behind the complexity of her teachings— can travel to access the frozen bits and pieces, to integrate them back into wholeness...

After understanding the whole protocol, I asked her to come up with a name for it.

“Soul Trauma Healing” —she said.

And so our first steps together to heal and integrate trauma, at soul level, began. She trained me for a full year. Women who had experienced abuse started showing up, also men, and also people with other kinds of trauma, experienced during this and previous lifetimes.

In time, I came to understand Soul Trauma Healing is a gift for the world: someone who has experienced trauma will offer traumatic experiences without realizing it, not only to other people but to other living beings, including our planet, because this is what they have to give.

Once a traumatic experience is integrated, we stop being victims of other victims, and become the heroes in our stories.

This is a thank you note to my Guide and to each of my Soul Trauma Healing healees, my teachers in this path.

~ Luciana xx

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