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Throughout the HET Stepping Stone process we look to help ease sensory trauma. It is our sensory receptors of hearing, sight, touch, taste and smell, that filter information through to us on a daily basis in order for us to make sense of the world around us.
This is the first of our stepping stones that deal with the relaxation process. This is helping the senses to release any previous negative experiences. Simple, safe, self help approaches that can really make a difference!
As we have seen from the ‘Cores Issues’ Stepping Stone 6 and the ‘Negative Patterns’ Stepping Stone 7, the early experiences that we have in life, make an impact on our sensory organs. That overlay of previous experience, acts like a filter in dealing with incoming information and it is that which shapes our sensory perceptions of what defines our own unique ‘reality’. This can often block our ability to relax and unwind and can create problems with hypersensitivity. This can be very prevalent in some cases of autism for example, as well as hyperactivity.
So where do life’s traumatic or challenging experiences come into all of this?
Well, a classic example is that of an adult who develops hearing difficulties. Let’ consider that it is a gentleman who has lost his hearing in his left ear. Left is the feminine side, so he has closed down in listening to what women have to say. It may be that he has a nagging wife for example. It may be a lady who has a critical partner and therefore experiencing shut down in her right ear (the masculine side). These are just examples of how this process works. They will have their roots in childhood (this is the ‘core-issues’,) from perhaps an overly critical or nagging parent.
Let’s now turn our attention to children, perhaps they have heard their parents constantly fighting and arguing, they may actually close down their hearing in this respect. Often an example of when this is, with ‘selective hearing’. You can ask them to tidy their room in a really loud voice that they cannot possibly hear but if you whisper if they would like a sweet from the other side of the room, they will always manage to hear that. Incidentally, this is a trait that often the elderly develop as well; they can hear something on certain occasions but conveniently may not hear other things on another occasion. So all this is just one way in which our ability to hear things, when we want to hear or not hear, can be closed down on a subconscious level. That person may not even be aware of the fact that there are issues or patterns around what they are hearing at a given time that could trigger residual traumas or negativity from past experiences.
So, that is one way in which hearing issues can arise. What happens when there is a more physical based reason for not being able to hear properly?
Let’s look at early undiagnosed glue ear in childhood. This is a condition that affects many children. What can happen is, that as babies they may experience an inflammatory reaction in the body (there is a school of thought that suggests this could be a reaction to vaccination programmes, although controversial, shall we agree that perhaps the jury is still out on that one?).

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