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Trauma, whether from childhood experiences, accidents, or other life-altering events, can leave a profound imprint not only on the mind but also on the body. Often, these emotional wounds manifest physically, leading to symptoms such as tension, pain, and discomfort. This phenomenon, known as somatic or body-based trauma, occurs when the body holds onto unresolved emotions and memories, resulting in a range of physical and psychological symptoms. Art therapy has emerged as

Why it is important for us to feel and process our emotions? We all have a subconscious tendency to avoid uncomfortable feelings, known as defense mechanisms, which can hinder our emotional processing. Although it may seem easier to dismiss our feelings or ignore them, they do not go away - they simply get “repressed”. Repressed emotions can lead to emotional buildup causing mental health conditions such as stress, anxiety, and/or depression.

The majority of our suffering comes when we are constantly yearning for what we want yet do not possess, that is, the gap between our expectations and reality.

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