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SEPARATION ANXIETY

Sylvia Marina - Thursday, July 12, 2018

SEPARATION ANXIETY – written by Sylvia Marina

Recent years I have worked increasingly with people who suffer separation anxiety.

Frequently their symptoms involve a wide range of disorders.
For example nausea, nightmares, inability to concentrate, light sensitivity, weight & skin disorders, disassociation and crying - for no apparent reason... This is not imaginary. These are trauma memories manifesting as physical symptoms contributing to health and relationship issues.

It is a privilege to do this work as I see it time and time again when connection is made to the deeper inner self each person is emotionally freed to live and express their self in their own way – it’s like for the “first time” they are free to find their true voice, authenticity and passion.

Separation Anxiety: These feelings come from...but not limited to...

  • The separation from mother at birth, specifically if the child was whisked away from the mother rather than put on her belly for the primitive reflex of attachment to be aroused by the fragrant odour of the mother’s breast.
  • Separated from or Betrayed by, the people they trust.

Separation in early childhood result in adult life feelings of “abandonment, deserted, unfulfilled.” People find difficulties in creating or fully achieving their goals. They give-up on their big dreams! They have an expectation that life will deliver more disappointment.

Many interpret the trauma of ‘betrayed’ as ‘abused.’
Not all abuse leaves physical bruises. Emotional bruises leave stains that without specific help, are difficult to evolve from.

Separation Anxiety...the silent loss of...

  • In-utero or at birth separated from a twin.
  • In-utero death of a twin.
  • An infant death.
  • Permanent separation from the birth mother –
    adoption, surrogacy...

Pain upon pain of relationship disappointment, people from this experience have feelings of hopelessness. When health challenges
happen they give up easily feeling they have nothing to fight with.

Unaware that happiness can be their way of life, they have difficulty finding a stable place of connection, they have an underlying unconscious and sometimes conscious feeling something is missing – they feel they have left something behind and are frequently checking that “they have everything.”

My heart is blest, for the many who seek my work I know their future will be easier than the painful past as they build a resilience and strength that previously was not active.

Separation Anxiety Disorder is the fear or distress that can happen to both children and adults when they think about separating from home or from the people they've become attached to.

  • First day at school – for many this is traumatic the residue of the separation leads to adults staying in employment that they hate but fear a “first day” scenario.
  • Intimacy fears, the “first time” fear often stems from early childhood, potty training or that naked feeling of being “looked over” this energy pervades their personal space, the effect being “over-looked” - not being seen.

Not all these fears come from infancy, child-hood, or deprivation of innocence; many are inherited in other words, trans-generational.

  • Further, the aspect of Separation Anxiety Disorder stems from the colonisation of land or through natural disaster loss of land, food, abundance, wealth, loss of homeland...

There is an unconscious mantra – what I have gets taken away from me. These people fear abandonment, many become hoarders. And the opposite occurs too, the person has barely enough clothes and belongings to manage life the separation disorder manifesting as – if I have nothing then it can’t be taken from me.

  • A change in lifestyle from forced separation.

A change in lifestyle often results on the loss of rituals – when the grandparents die the ritual of Sunday lunch for example often carries a silent grief, the loss often results in “the family doesn’t gather anymore, or someone overcompensates and you feel smothered.

Fortunately, where there is difficulty in finding a place to connect or belong there are new skills specifically designed to restoring your inner faith, connecting you to your highest self, equipping you with the kind of resiliency, vision and creativity that transcends ordinary human capacities so you can activate your full potential.

Simply put, you need new skills to fulfil your life’s purpose.

Sylvia has awakened countless people to their life’s meaning and purpose. She enables people from all walks of life to discover better relationships, work they love, and a passion to become catalysts for higher potential.

You can heal your life. Book your place in the Transforming DNA Memories workshop closest to you.
Consultations available– in person or via Skype or Facetime.

2018© SYLVIA MARINA. ND., Human Behaviour Specialist T: +61 (0) 412 198 612 E: info@sylviamarina.com W: http://www.sylviamarina.com Skype: sylvia.marina
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