What is Resonance?
and what is Resonant Healing?
I like explaining to people who ask this question that Resonance and Resonant Healing are higher levels of empathy. Resonance is a level of empathy that includes:
- reflecting states and feelings of another person,
- compassion and sitting in the same row with the other person,
- understanding of what is going on for the other person as well as for myself,
- compassionate action which may include for example: (1) naming emotions and feelings, (2) describing and connecting with body sensations, and (3) proposing fresh metaphors for new wiring of our nervous systems.
What does Resonance heal best?
You can use Resonance at any time of your daily life when either you or any other person experiences:
- the flood of emotions,
- intrusive thoughts,
- flashbacks of trauma.
In other words, Resonant Healing supports healing fixations, intrusive thoughts, fear, pain, regret, trauma, and PTSD with warmth, empathy, and care.
What does Resonant Healing support?
Resonant Healing supports the reclamation of body and self-connection. What you will experience in while in resonance might be a release from the past you may find a new way of trust towards yourself or the world. You may learn how your body supports you in a brand-new way having experienced release from old patterns and organic growth of new neurons. Old experiences will be rewired with new stories and new meaning and you will find understanding about your relations, about your life, and about your purpose. Read more about Resonant Healing here.
Why should you use Resonant Healing?
When asked this question I like to use my favorite map metaphor.
Since we are born we are gathering billions of bits of information, beliefs, and impulses that are creating a total landscape on the map for us.
By the time we are adults, it appears that some applications on the map are “too much“, or we want “to get rid of them” as some of them are no longer useful or “might be unsupportive” or even “destroying the view“.
We as humans are constantly evolving; this is where Resonant Healing helps us “change the view of the map” in the way that we are able to see everything more consciously. In addition, we can say that Resonant Healing is the process of getting to cognize your own map, once you know what and why things appear on your map you can easily make the decision whether you want to keep them or remove them.
When can you use Resonant Healing?
When not to use Resonant Healing on other people?
Do not use Resonance on others when you are incapable of putting aside your ego, troubles, left-shifts, and feelings. It will be difficult for you to be resonant with others whenever you might be overwhelmed by your own process. Such overwhelm prevents us from being kind, compassionate, and mindful towards the person we are about to resonate with.
It will be more beneficial if you give kindness, compassion, and mindful attention to yourself first.
Resonant Healing Tools & Resources
Resonant Healing was created by Sarah Payton.
Sarah is combining modern Interpersonal Neurobiology with various tools to benefit the Healing process. For example, one of the tools is Secret Vows Work which allows in-depth change of beliefs system. While studying Resonant Healing I learned how to implement it into process work:
- you non-violent communication (mainly when naming emotions and needs guess)
- Affective Neuroscience by Jaak Panksepp’s
- Polyvagal Theory by Stephen Porges
- Attachment Theory by John Bowlby
- Social Baseline Theory (James A. Coan works)
- Hero’s Journey and shamanic work
Who am I?
During one of my own Resonant sessions, I discovered my secret vow and blessing
“to save and retrieve all missing parts of souls of little ones no matter how old they are”.
I am a huge fan of working with metaphors and archetypes. Additionally, I use neurographics for my sessions and in order to open other people for healing. I am also a wife, a mum, a podcaster, cat owner.