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7 thoughts on “Healing the Unimaginable

  1. Alison Miller Alison Miller says:

    I wrote it

  2. Bookish Bookish says:

    Amazing book Nothing else like it on the market It is aimed at counselors only she recommends Safe Passage to Healing for survivorsYou will get little out of this unless you already know DID well If you don't know anything about programming or mind control this may not be the place to start either She breaks down complex and involved things into simple terms and includes sections written by survivors and uses their words to analyze and summarize the types of actions committed by perpetrators abusive groupscults and how they work in terms of structureHer explanation of the traps survivors are caught in was great as was the section on Lies Tricks and Indoctrination She mentions the tricks played on young children in terms of costumes and stage magic as well as the use of props such as the alien spacecraft One real strength is the way she insists that survivors of such abuse should work out things themselves by asking different parts alters each for their own recollection and perspective on the past Since a single memory is split between several the one remembering the alien spaceship may be different to the one remembering the environment around it in the case she uotes it's parked in the car park of the building the cult usesShe explains and gives a clear seuence for traumatic memory processing and insists on stability beforehand giving techniues to put the memory aside until later She also explains how programming can be dealt with effectively and comments on the claims of specialist deprogammers as you would expect its not a long term solutionShe also asks for feedback on the book and any corrections too so I expect she'll update it after a whileThis really is the kind of book that needs a hardback cover its the sort of thing you constantly want to refer back to And you will struggle to borrow a copy or to get yours back if you lend itA uick note secondary traumatization is pretty likely unless you skip a few parts like that by Stella Katz This is explained in the book A refund is offered by Karnac books if you feel it inappropriate for your needs And that are no gory blood thirsty descriptions Just true reality and horror without the drama and suspense that makes the horror genre sell Will be boring for horror fans and probably very upsetting

  3. Mike Mike says:

    It's a great book although I resent the lack of scientific rigor the author brings when she claims that processing memories leads to their complete cessation or less betraying a lack of understanding of how the brainmind self organizes in terms of metabolic surplus and thus when the system as a whole is vulnerable under nourished under slept dealing with an infection or stressed by the environment then the supposed miraculously cured flashbacks roar back as they will always do since your brainmind is a continuously developing system and no memory from the past which produced a particular response can ever be completely and utterly eliminated In short while you can oppose traumatic affect via the expansion of consciousness that happens in a safe and nurturing context you cannot ignore the symmetry dynamics that control brainmind function which means that you reflexive cognition or what appears automatically within your experience is not under your control All the self can do is build up a repertoire of responses that constrain and inhibit the phenomenological appearance of the symptoms and hence give the appearance of being beyond the pain This is an important understanding that seasoned and neurobiologically informed therapists are aware of but for some reason Alison miller likes to indulge in the fantasy of 'complete healing' As a trauma survivor myself and as someone with a very deep knowledge of the physical sciences neurosciences psychotherapies as well as spiritual traditions I believe it is deeply important to be aware of the vulnerabilities that a system has and so when the system is being constrained ie dealing with entropy from some of the examples listed above then the higher cortical systems based in the ventral PFC will lose their usual oomph in regulating cognition which will leave the system feeling vulnerable and hence exposed to the outside in structuring dynamics from the material environment The mind is not a soul but an emergent property of symmetry dynamics The pain of the past is never completely lost or healed but only controlled and constrained by the higher level consciousness that comes from love and recognitionmirroring dynamics with others It is thus vital that therapists not exaggerate healing to the point where the person can believe themselves to be beyond the traumatic meanings of the past Situationscontexts and circumstances certainly exist that would make you the trauma survivor experience those affects at their greatest; and hence healing is very much a matter about being circumspect and realistic not idealistic or disconnected from causal reality about your vulnerabilities

  4. Alex Alex says:

    This being the umpteenth SRADIDMind Control therapist geared book I've read I can uneuivocally say it's the most comprehensive Alison Miller's knowledge and confidence reflect her 30 years' experience and her expertise shines through This book is rich with tools and processes to use with clients She warns at the beginning of the book that it's not necessarily a good read for beginners with no prior exposure to SRADIDMind Control She jumps right in then dives really really deep She has no reservations discussing how far wide this abuse goes Yes I'm talking about you US GovernmentI've done nothing but immerse myself in this topic for many months I now have thick skin and was wholly prepared for the emotional mental and spiritual shock of this information but some are not Consumers new to the topic may want to check in with themselves to see what their stomachs can handle Think Child Called It to the tenth power Instead maybe start with Lessons In Evil Lessons From the Light True story of Satanic Abuse and Spiritual Healing by Gail Carr Feldman PhD or start with When Rabbit Howls by Truddi Chase Both these books ease into the topics gently although they're still disturbing I've had conversations with fellow mental health providers who believe satanic ritual abuse is bogus and 80s satanic Panic was mass hysteria not reality I can't imagine what harm this attitude would bring to any SRA survivors looking for help Not to mention how much effort that level of denial takes as so many survivors continue coming forwardThis book will make its way to my book shelf Excellent comprehensive reference Alison Miller has a few conference videos online that I suggest people check out as well She's amazing

  5. Jamie Jamie says:

    This book can be difficult to read If you're a therapist be sure not to stop reading Some powerful and practical reading in the last few chapters

  6. Stephanie Mitchell Stephanie Mitchell says:

    Best book in the field Not a light read Only read if you are ready to have your world view changed Shocking but important if you are working with DID

  7. Quentin Gaige Quentin Gaige says:

    Wow This author knows her stuff I have read everyone on DID and Elizabeth Howells has been my favorite for uite some time until I ran into this one I am amazed

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