Transmute PTSD For Good

Christel B. D’Agostino, MSW, LCSW-R, CtH

The percentage of soldiers diagnosed with post-traumatic stress (PTSD) after their return from combat deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan has risen to 31`% according to a recent study by researchers of the Walter Reed Army Institute. Another alarming figure is that in June thirty-three active-duty and National Guard soldiers have taken their lives.

The stress levels that our soldiers are exposed to for many months without adequate downtime exceeds by far what we have come to consider the norm for our human nervous system to stay intact. Individual circumstances are not even factored in. Situations at home vary, so do frequency of deployments, exposure to IED’s, concussions, other physical injuries.

It is important to understand that after returning home our veterans’ nervous system will remain in battle mode until allowed to readjust. To switch from combat to civilian code of conduct is in itself a high stress situation. There also may be difficult family issues which need resolution.

It is essential to ensure that our veterans get treatment to unburden their emotional pain, to get the help they need to readjust and to renew their belief in life.

While waiting for an appointment at the VA,  you, veterans, may want to consider, as a unique self-help technique, my CD ‘Healing PTSD Trauma’. It is the distilled version of my Universal Vibrational Therapy ™. I created it myself in 1992 to heal my war trauma. In addition to transmuting the energies of trauma, this CD will also teach you how to replace self-defeating behavior with a positive mindset and to maintain  clear energy.

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