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PTSD: New research shows smaller brain areas regulating fear and anxiety

Recent combat veterans who are diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder have significantly smaller volume in an area of the brain critical for regulating fear and anxiety responses, according to research led by scientists at Duke University and the Durham VA Medical Center.   The finding, published Nov. 5, 2012, in the journal Archives of General […]

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Meditation

  Meditation can be defined as a vast multi-prismed path to being present Rumi may have described meditation best: There are thousands of ways to kneel and kiss the ground. Here is the very simple truth. There isn’t one way to know yourself. There isn’t one way to know your inner world. Or become calm, […]

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Ezine

Ezine

Becoming Safely Embodied Ezine Becoming Safely Embodied Ezine is a monthly newsletter committed to inspiration and support for those with ptsd. hese are very powerful skills everyone should learn.  I found them TRANSFORMATIONAL at the root of my being.  You want to re-wire your brain?   then learn these skills. ~ person who took Becoming Safely […]

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