HEALING FACILITATION


VIDEO 7 - 'IN RECOVERY WITH PEACE & JOY'

 


Video 7, "In Recovery, with Peace & Joy" was designed for use by people recovering from trauma, addictions, anxiety, depression and other related stress-related “dis-eases.

This version contains scenes from the 2013 Canadian Laughter Yoga Conference workshop, “Laughter Medicine-From Prevention to Cure,” during which participants safely practised their own trauma release, emotionally bracketed with peace and joy anchors.



The video can be used by individuals for free, on-line, self-help, or serve as a one-hour workshop guide for energetic healing facilitators. 

The group session can be extended to include an additional hour of "hands-on" emotional healing, by following the "Gathering Guidelines" below:


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GATHERING GUIDELINES

Facilities
  • Select a quiet, convenient, well-equipped comfortable facility, where strong emotions can be freely expressed.
  • For an hour of group participation video, place a half circle of moveable chairs in front of playback equipment.
  • So that participants can lay down during a second hour, organize the placement of mats, carpets, or a massage table. 
Attendees
  • Gather together individuals who are willing to experience possible emotional release, as well as facilitate the healing of others.
  • Attendees can include energetic healing facilitators, such as laughter yoga leaders, yoga therapists, mind/body workers, and somatic or trauma therapists.
  • If possible, include therapists with experience in emotional tuning, or the components listed under "Other Resources" 
Leader and Group Preparation
Group Participation Video-1st hour
  • Start the workshop by playing Video 7, and "walk the walk" by following the video instructions along with everyone else.
  • Encourage emotional release non-verbally, by feeling compassion, avoiding analysis, staying in the "here and now," and respecting emotional boundaries.
  • The workshop can be debriefed after the first hour, by following the instructions at the end of the video
Emotional Healing Segment -2nd hour
  • To extend the workshop beyond one hour, ask if anyone wishes to receive to the group's healing energies.
  • If so, ask the other healing facilitators to focus their love and healing techniques on one participant at a time.
Debriefing the Healing Experience
  • To debrief a healing experience, ask open questions about the participant's experience and ensure that they wish to hear group observations.
  • Guide the group to express appreciation for what they witnessed, rather than  judge or "fix" the participant.
  • As time permits, invite others to receive the groups healing energies and debrief each one at a time.
Ending the Workshop
  • Towards the end of the second hour, take time to debrief the entire experience so improvements can be made to the next workshop.
  • End the workshop with an inclusive group exercise, like joining hands in a circle and chanting "OM" together.








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INTRODUCTION
1) CALMING BREATH
2) EMOTIONAL MERIDIANS
3) BRAIN STIMULATION
4) HUM AFFIRMATIONS
5) HEALING TOUCH
6) EMOTIONAL TENSION RELEASE
7) HEALING FACILITATION
PTSD STATISTICS
FLASHBACK TO WW 2
TRAUMA THERAPY
ON-LINE COACHING
CLIENT TESTIMONIALS
OTHER RESOURCES
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