“Nearly 70% of people experience trauma in their lifetime. Trauma impacts the whole person: physically, emotionally, mentally, energetically. Human response to trauma — as freeze, fight, or flight — is a normal response to an abnormal event. Until it is released, trauma remains a memory that’s stored in the body, replaying memories and emotions, with a tremendous energy attached to it. Trauma survivors have a host of symptoms and struggle to maintain healthy lives and relationships. During trauma, the reptilian brain takes control and shifts the body into reactive mode. It shuts down non-essential body and mind processes and goes into survival mode, which means part of us goes unconscious and leaves. There is even soul loss. The sympathetic nervous system increases stress hormones and prepares the body to fight, freeze, or flee.”
Sound Healing for Trauma paper