Research has found that suffering from persistent adverse childhood experiences increase the likelihood of presenting with autoimmune illnesses and depression in adult life. (CDS- Kaiser).
It is clear that no Law of Attraction techniques nor chanting or humming is going to address this. Neither is sending our inner little girl to war against capitalism or the establishment.
It is only with this recovery work that we can begin to heal through nurturing our inner child and connecting deeply with our heart and spirit. It is then that we will have the sobriety and strength to help heal the world.
In the Front Room we cultivate a state of honesty and trust among black women giving each other the opportunity to truly be ourselves. We lose the "you" v "me" tension and contest that permeates black female relationships. In the Front Room we, Wounded Sistas, talk with each other and reason things out. There is no gossip or criticism, only love and understanding. In the Front Room we do the work so that we can find peace.
Using the structured template of 12 step programmes pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous, you are invited into the Front Room to heal by talking, listening, journalling and meditation. In a safe place, you will experience the relief you could not find at another dance, in another relationship, with another child or with a new pair of shoes. Neither could you fill that hole with substances.
The healing effect of meeting in the Front Room on the adult brain and behaviour
"We go into a room where we are with people who are making a commitment to sit calmly through intense feelings...your limbic system gets calmed down" Tian Dayton PhD