BNS 848: How to Overcome Trauma – The Impact of Historical Trauma on Modern Life

by | May 16, 2024 | Opinion, Watch

Elisha Daeva explores how understanding historical trauma and gender dynamics can help us heal individually and collectively, offering insights from her personal journey and latest book.

Are you ready to uncover the secrets behind societal evolution and the role of trauma in shaping our world? In this captivating episode of The Brian Nichols Show, we dive deep into the fascinating discussion with Elisha Daeva, a former neuroscientist turned author, who shares her unique insights on gender dynamics, historical trauma, and the quest for social equality. What if understanding our past could help us heal and create a more balanced future? Tune in to find out!

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Join us as Elisha Daeva takes us on a journey through time, exploring the origins of social inequality and the impact of historical trauma on modern society. With a background in neuroscience and a passion for uncovering the truth, Elisha sheds light on how ancient events have shaped our current world. From the Neolithic era to the present day, discover how climate change and cultural shifts have influenced gender roles and societal structures.

In this episode, we also delve into Elisha’s personal story of transformation and resilience. After leaving a successful career in neuroscience, she embarked on a path of self-discovery, becoming a computer programmer and eventually a writer. Her latest book, “Wild Thing in Captivity: On Travel, Trauma, and Tantra,” offers a profound exploration of her own experiences with trauma and healing. Learn how Elisha’s journey can inspire you to confront and overcome your own challenges.

Brian Nichols and Elisha Daeva engage in a thought-provoking conversation about the relevance of trauma in today’s world. They discuss the implications of trauma on individual behavior and societal norms, touching on contemporary issues such as the Black Lives Matter movement and the Israel-Hamas conflict. Elisha’s insights into the biological and spiritual aspects of trauma provide a fresh perspective on how we can address and heal from these deep-seated wounds.

Don’t miss this enlightening episode that promises to challenge your perceptions and offer new ways of thinking about our collective past and future. Whether you’re interested in history, psychology, or personal growth, this conversation with Elisha Daeva is sure to leave you with valuable insights and a renewed sense of hope. Subscribe to The Brian Nichols Show and hit the notification bell to stay updated on our latest episodes!

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