Zoe was born in 1962 and has been taking care of body and mind for the last 20 years using the satori kys method. She had a challenging childhood, being abandoned by her mother in infancy and living in a violent household. She also grew up in a religious environment where her abuse was not taken seriously. As a result, she learned to hide her pain and pretend that everything was okay.
This coping mechanism served her well for a while, but eventually the weight of her trauma became too much to bear. She attempted suicide twice and sought psychological help, but nothing seemed to work. She was at a loss for how to move forward and felt like she was trapped in a cycle of pain and despair.
One day, Zoe had a breakthrough. She realized that she needed to find her own way to heal and that she couldn't rely on others to do it for her. She began to explore different healing modalities and eventually had to start her own technique the satori kys method. The long training in body psychotherapy, (biosynthesis) and the years of familiarity with the body in various treatment techniques. Enabled the construction of a significant treatment method This method helped her to release the physical and emotional pain that she had been holding onto for so long.
Zoe is now a certified satori kys practitioner and helps others to heal from trauma and pain. She is passionate about sharing her story and helping others to find their own path to healing.
Here are some key takeaways from getting to know Zoe:
Trauma can have a profound impact on our lives, but it is possible to heal.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to healing, and we need to find what works best for us.
It is important to find a community of support, whether it is through therapy, a support group, or a spiritual practice.
We are not alone in our struggles, and there is hope for healing.