I Dreamt of My Nightmare
Allison Wallace

I think

that you don’t need to present the solution, a solution, for your experience to be tremendously powerful and helpful to others. We all need to know we’re not the only one.

I’m sorry for the pain you’re going through with these nightmares of the past, making it horribly real in the present. I feel a near panic, my own fear, through your words. Bodies have strange ways of trying to ‘work out’ an injury and a trauma — I believe it is a reaching for an answer, a healing. Not a falling into a deeper trauma. And I have witnessed people come through such nightmares to find their own ground again.

From your writings I have read, I think your deep self already knows that path. I believe so.

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