Body has Memory

By Yeti Widiati

Ever heard that touch is one of the words of love and love? Other languages besides touch is a verbal speech, a gift, the help given and the time it takes. Therefore some experts suggest to express love and affection through touch. Whether it's a caress, caress, smooth applause, kisses, to hug. A touch can be part of the body (arms, heads, shoulders) or even the whole body, like when it hugs tight.

A mother who slumbers the child, often touches certain parts of her body, so that it slumbers immediately. At First, it was a trial error. Try to finally find the most comfortable touch area. My eldest, fast asleep as a baby, when his eyes swabbed swabbed. My son, easily fell asleep if his forehead swabbed, while my youngest, quickly fell asleep when the peak of his head was swabbed with my fingers. Even so that the touch of the touch still brings comfort when my children are being troubled or when I'm sick, so that I still do.

Every touch that resonated with our bodies will be kept in memory. It can serve as a trigger to reveal certain emotions. In the matter of Behavioristik (conditioning) then this condition is called " Association " while in hypnosis and hypnotherapy is called " anchor ". in the example of my children above, then the touch in the eyebrow, forehead and head, immediately raises the memory and association with the Comfortable.

Anything else can happen. If someone ever gets hurt, dicubit, slapped, or had a heavy accident so wounded in certain body areas, then these areas could pose an uncomfortable memory when touched.

A boy who often gets pinched on his thigh as a child, every he makes a mistake. Still feel "tingling" in the area that often gets pinched at the time of the adult, each one makes a mistake. And it raises discomfort.

Therefore we can imagine how with children or people who are often violent and even sexual harassment. Then certain areas of certain bodies became uncomfortable and caused negative emotions, when touched, or when faced with the events associated with such bad experiences.

There is one who finally "hates" certain parts of the body on him, because it reminds of bad events and evokes an association with negative emotions.

Knowledge of this touch can be harnessed for a variety of needs. Like to calm yourself or someone, we can touch certain parts of the body that can cause comfort. Or if it is not possible to touch, for reasons of decency, different gender or location, then we can ask him to imagine when it's touched.

For the parents, the knowledge of this touch can inspire, when and how to provide a touch according to our children's needs. When will the child need a tight hug, caress or clap? Including, whether a teenage boy is still able to be held and kissed in a public place. Here's parental sensitivity to very important.

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