Remembering the Trauma


The nexus between healing, deliverance, and recovery is a dynamic one that requires a dual focus to eradicate the memory of traumatic events and to set at liberty them that are bruised.  The trauma of childhood neglect, abandonment, rejection, betrayal and/or sexual abuse,  can wreak havoc in our bodies and create strongholds in one or more of its eleven systems.

 Trauma healing and recovery is an evolving process affected by the optimization of brain function. People who have been traumatized hold an implicit memory of traumatic events in their brain and body. Of these memories, the devil has been able to infiltrate the mind of believers with feelings of shame and guilt about their past and present lives, even after an altar call.