Instinct Injured is the 77th episode of the Shaman’s Way podcast.
“The instinct injured woman usually gives herself away because she has a difficult time asking for help, recognizing her own needs. Her natural instincts to fight or flee are drastically slowed or extincted. Recognition of the sensations of satiation, off-taste, suspicion, caution and the drive to love fully and freely are inhibited or exaggerated. …
The impulse to play is an instinct. No play, no creative life. Be good, no creative life, Sit still, no creative life. Speak, think, act only demurely, little creative juice. Any group, Society institution, or organization that encourages women to revile the eccentric, to be suspicious of the new and unusual, to avoid the fervent, the vital, the innovative; to impersonalize the personal”…
Trauma and Spiritual Research paper: https://www.coursehero.com/file/17561888/Trauma-and-Spirituality-CRIS304-Siedlecki-1/
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