Childhood Trauma and Parkinson’s

The following is a letter I received yesterday. The recording of the teleseminar can be downloaded from this website by looking for the March 10th entry. 
Your last Thursday teleseminar was made so much sense. I was born in 1950 and besides bottle feeding being in vogue, so was ripping newborns away from  mom and into the nursery — with a bunch of other abandoned  newborns, just soaking up all the collective energy of abandonment and misery! 

hanks much!

A few years  ago I dealt with my being taken away from mom with EFT — boy was there alot  of energy on that!   I just thought of the added trauma of the nursery scene. T


Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.
Parkinsons Recovery

One thought on “Childhood Trauma and Parkinson’s

  1. Hello. I have been doing movement, embodied meditation, and healing touch for 3 years with a woman with Parkinson’s. It seems she has had infant trauma in hospitals and I wonder how common early childhood trauma is in Parkinson’s patients? Has there been much success with re-birthing, re-imprinting the past, Holotropic Breathwork, Somatic Experiencing, Etc? Thank you!

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