Neurogenic tremors during inquiry

 

Since I have some familiarity with inquiry and TRE (neurogenic tremors), it’s natural that neurogenic tremors come up during inquiry. It helps release tension, and it also helps thaw frozen patterns, it bring what’s frozen and numb come alive.

Yesterday, I did a Judge Your Neighbor Worksheet (The Work) on my mother not coming when was in a crib and cried as a baby. I was wrapped in a blanket and on the floor while doing the inquiry, and – under question 3, what happens when you believe that thought? – I noticed I became physically very still, my breath was held, and I felt frozen, numb and paralyzed. And under question 4, who would you be without that belief, I started trembling, and it helped thaw the frozenness I created from the belief. The trembling showed me the answer to question 4. I felt alive, free, was able to enjoy what’s here – the warm blanket, the movements and aliveness of this warm body, a deeper and fuller breath.

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