Body Memory Process Kat Sohn
Discover Your Childhood Vows and Change Your Life with Kathi Sohn
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Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s show I have the pleasure of welcoming CEO at Body Memory Process LLC, Kathi Sohn, to talk about body memory, the Body Memory Process, and how our early childhood vows impact our beliefs and ultimately, how we live our lives.
Kathi served in the U.S. Army between 1984-1988, and has served in multiple positions within the U.S. Department of Defense and The U.S. Department of State between 1988 and retired as a GS-15 from Federal service in 2020. She holds a Master of Arts, National Security Studies, National War College, and graduated with Highest Distinction. Kathi also holds and Master of Science, Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, along with a Bachelor of Political Science from Maryland University.
During this content-rich call, Kat shares information about how much of childhood trauma is self-inflicted during seemingly innocuous occurrences. The child interprets experiences with a pre-logical mind that provides a conclusion about how “I am…,” how “they are…,” and how “life is…” Often, the result is a confusing repeat behavior pattern in the adult, although it originated as a mechanism designed by the brain to protect the child from future trauma. Kat also reveals details about body memory and the Body Memory Process as a way of discovering and then releasing childhood vows that are not serving us.
To learn more about the topics discussed, or to contact Kathi directly, click the link below.
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