How To Resolve Your PTSD MST

Brain Science Connects Emotional-Vibrational Frequency

to heal PTSD, MST

Brain Fitness or PTSD — What is Your Choice?

 

Christel B. D’Agostino, MSW, LCSW-R, CtH
War Trauma Survivor
Creator of the Universal Vibrational Therapy TM

 

Dear Friends,

Are you aware how easy it has become to measure the brain activity that signals your fear, anxiety and then again pleasurable thoughts of love and joy?

For decades medical doctors have used digital machines to test, diagnose, and monitor the status of your physical health. Pharmaceutical laboratories have been preoccupied to develop pills for any kind of condition. Surgeries have become increasingly sophisticated. More and more frequently, it has been discovered that as a result, you might develop an emotional trauma. It is not new to measure the electric frequencies of your brain while you experience panic states or other symptoms of PTSD, Only as of late, it has been proven that the neural chemistry of the brain responds extremely well to the higher level frequencies of emotional signals like love, harmony, peace.

 

These test results and their applications in latest brain fitness programs confirm that trauma and post-traumatic stress as well as military rape and any other emotional trauma, whether they occurred yesterday or decades ago, can be healed through changing your mindset. Brain fitness or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) — what is your choice?

 

Now let me analyze the concept of raising your brain frequencies from low-level to high-level frequencies in Hz. Depression, suicidal thoughts, hate, anger are low frequency. Higher frequency feelings are harmony and love. You can look at detailed graphs how to reach inner fulfillment through self-actualization on my Facebook.com/page/Healing-PTSD-Trauma-Universal-Vibrational-Therapy.

 

In our world it is quite normal for the mass media to report upsetting news about violence non-stop. Your brain registers these news as low-level frequency. As a result you may become more and more angry about what’s happening. It may occur just at a point when you seemed to have your own emotional trauma under control. However, now you feel completely out of balance. Of course, you blame your PTSD, while everybody else around you may also be flooded with low-level frequency feelings about latest traumatic events in this chaotic world. So you may not be able to count on them to help you out.

 

Your issue is how to counterbalance the low-frequency vibrations through loving harmonious ones. If you believe you can make it on your own, by all means give it a try. Any kind of self-reflection, spiritual practice, like prayers, meditation, yoga, may give you a head start. If you are lucky, it may suffice. However, usually more is involved to resolve your deficit in high-level frequency vibrations. I found it out for myself. That’s how the Universal Vibrational Therapy TM came about in 1992. I distilled it to save you the years of not feeling complete within yourself. I named the CDset: “Healing PTSD Trauma”. It is an efficient, targeted method to transmute the vibrational components of emotional trauma and its symptoms and for you to rediscover harmony and joy. The CDset is unique. It turned my customers’ lives around to achieve a great level of well-being.

 

However, let me caution you: it comes with one responsibility, viz. to sustain the high-level vibrational frequency through an easy, brief daily regime of the Universal Vibrations. From then on, you are on your own with the tools that afford you to enjoy improved relationships, to pursue your purpose in life and to manifest your visions and dreams.

 

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By Christel D • • 4:16 PM

Preventing Suicide

WHY WOULD A YOUNG HERO COMMIT SUICIDE? Have you asked yourself this question?

In Memory of Clay Warren Hunt and all the other War Heroes who have served our country in patriotic duty and could no longer tolerate to live among us. 
Why would a young war hero who seems to have everything going for him give up on life?

 

A) WHAT COULD BE THE REASON FOR SUICIDE HAPPENING BACK HOME?

– Could it be because PTSD/trauma came home with our hero?
– Does our hero feel unbearable shame and guilt over events which happened on foreign land?
– Has he lost buddies over there and blames himself for their death?
– Did his buddies die through friendly fire?
– Does he feel, he should have died, instead of his buddies?
– Does our hero feel drawn to join his buddies on the other side?
– Could he feel guilty for having caused the death of innocent civilians, adults and children alike?
– Has our hero been the victim of military rape?
– Does our hero feel alienated from everybody?
– Have family conflicts become too difficult to handle in addition to the invisible wounds? 
– Has our hero been abandoned by spouse or lover?– Has our hero or heroine become homeless?
– Has our hero lost faith in himself and the world?– Does our hero feel as if he had lost his soul?
– Are you aware that certain depression drugs are associated with increased risk of suicide?
– Did our hero take to the bottle, misused drugs to drown emotional and physical pain?

 

B) WHAT COULD BE THE REASON FOR SUICIDE ON FOREIGN LAND?
– All of the above, or even more?

 

C) WHAT ARE POSSIBLE SUICIDE RISKS?
–  Exposure to the suicidal behavior of others
–  Keeping firearms in the house
–  Prior suicide attempts
– Chronic physical illness, including pain 
– Incarceration
– Violence, physical/sexual abuse
– Family history of suicide, mental disorder, substance abuse.

 

D) WHAT ARE WARNING SIGNS?
– Our hero might say: “It would be better, if I was not around”.
– Feeling helpless, hopeless, worthless
– Saying “I want out”, “I’m tired of Life”
– Having a death wish, tempting fate: e.g. running red lights, driving too fast.
– Thinking or talking about suicide 
– Sudden, unexpected switch from deep sadness to extreme happiness.
– Clinical depression: loss of interest, increasing loss of appetite and sleep, deep sadness.
– Visiting, calling people to say good-bye.

 

E) WHAT CAN YOU DO?
– Take our hero seriously.
– Listen to what the individual has to say.
– Ask what our hero is planning to do.
– Do not leave the individual alone.
– Depending on the situation call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255), or take the person to a health care professional or the emergency room. If all else fails, call 911.
– Be supportive in a very understanding way.
PLEASE BE PREPARED. YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO SAVE A LIFE.
 
By Christel B. D’Agostino, MSW, LCSW-R, CtHTrauma Expert, War Trauma SurvivorA word of encouragement for all you Spouses, Families, Caregivers of War Heroes suffering from post-combat stress. PTSD can be resolved easily through my “Healing PTSD Trauma” on Cd and the companion CD “Restabilize Your Energy”. I created it with your loved ones in mind. 
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