Q: What is suppressed trauma and how does it affect our bodies?
A: Each time we have a fall, cut, accident or bump on our body, the tissues lay down a new layer of trauma, which is like an outer shell in our bodies. This shell can and does usually exist throughout all of one's life. eventually, however, so many layers of this trauma have been accumulated that the body slowly loses its equilibrium and suddenly one day pains might start to set in.
It is for this reason that a person can wake up in the morning and be in pain, but does not remember hurting anything. The actual cause for the “new” pain could have been a bump on the elbow the same day, which was deemed as minor. It is the classical situation of the saying, "the straw that broke the camel's back". CFI Therapy™ attempts to releases these layers of trauma one at a time.