You’ve probably heard many times that it is not really what happens to us in life that is the most critical regarding our emotional wellbeing, but how we respond to what happens to us. It is our response-ability, the story that we construct from what happens, that determines the eventuality of our mental wellness. Your autonomic nervous system speaks the language of emotions. The meaning that we derive from our ordeal, your conscious and subconscious interpretation, produces the emotions that instructs your nervous system to either mobilise your survival response (fight/flight) or your relaxation response (safety and social engagement). In this 60 seconds clip, I share how you can use cognitive editing to re-construct your challenging experiences into stories that communicate the emotional language of resilience and safety to your nervous system.
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