The second noble truth states that we must discover why we are suffering. We must cultivate the courage to look deeply, with clarity and courage, into our own suffering. We often hold the tacit assumption that all of our suffering stems from events in the past. But, whatever the initial seed of trauma, the deeper truth is that our suffering is more closely a result of how we deal with the effect these past events have on us in the present.– Peter Levine
Hey there, gut lovers!
Part 4 of the Primordial Paradigm series takes you on a journey that recaps all previous three webinars and goes directly to the role stress plays in our gut health.
In this webinar, you will learn how stress physiology affects gut tissue, your immune system, your nervous system, and how all three of these systems affect all other functions in the body. I’m asking those who wish to heal their gut issues to go deep within themselves and get real with their nervous system. Is there trauma physiology at play? What am I reacting too? What needs to change?
The proper diet for gut function is simple. To embellish Michael Pollan’s quote, “Eat [REAL] food, [you can never eat too many] plants.” This feeds the gut bacteria in a way they can understand and with energy they can use. After all, microbes evolved from soil systems and gave birth to plants too.
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Together we can create the ripple effect where we are so in-tune with this part of ourselves that we can co-regulate and activate the parasympathetic nervous systems of those around us.
Watch Part 4 to learn more!