Potential Triggers

The following is an advisory for some of our tracks and videos, which cover sensitive topics such as child abuse, kidnap trauma, dissociation, evil and hearing voices. We understand that some of our audience may find these topics triggering or disturbing, and we respect their feelings and choices. We do not intend to harm or offend anyone with our art, but rather to express our own experiences and perspectives.

If you are triggered by our art, we suggest that you take some time to calm yourself and seek support from someone you trust. You may also want to explore some resources that can help you cope with your emotions and heal from your trauma.

Check out George’s Blogs about his relationship with voices and other insights into mental health and wellbeing.

There are many resources available online that can offer you support, information, and guidance. Here are some of them:

7 Cups of Tea Online Chat: this is a free service that connects you with trained listeners who can offer you emotional support and empathy. You can also choose to pay for professional mental health support if you prefer. The website also has self-help guides and community forums for various topics. You can access it here: https://www.7cups.com/

BlahTherapy peer online chat: this is another free service that allows you to vent anonymously to strangers who can listen and offer feedback. You can also pay for professional counselling if you want more expert help. The website also has articles and blogs on mental health and wellness. You can access it here: https://blahtherapy.com/

HelpfulChat: this is a website that hosts various free mental health chatrooms, including one for PTSD. You can join the chatrooms anonymously and talk to other people who share your experiences and challenges. You can also find resources and links to other helpful websites on the site. Access it from here: https://www.helpfulchat.com/

Complex Trauma Resources: this is a website that provides resources for survivors and their helpers who are dealing with complex trauma, which is the result of repeated or prolonged exposure to interpersonal violence, abuse, or neglect. The website has information on complex trauma, coping strategies, recovery stories, research, and more. You can access it here: https://www.complextrauma.org/

Resources for Survivors of Violence, Disasters, and Other Traumatic Experiences: this is a webpage that offers an overview of journaling, yoga, meditation, hiking and nature, sex and pleasure activism, therapy, crystals, and other healing modalities and resources for survivors of trauma. You can access it here: https://www.nsvrc.org/resource/resources-survivors-violence-disasters-and-other-traumatic-experiences

These are just some of the resources that you can use to help yourself when you are feeling triggered or overwhelmed by trauma. Remember that you are not alone, and that there is hope and healing possible for you.

Another good resource is self-transcendence.org, a website that offers information and guidance on how to transcend and transform our broken self, and in the process, connect with something greater than the self.

Self-transcendence is a personality trait that involves the expansion or evaporation of personal boundaries. It may potentially include spiritual experiences, such as considering oneself an integral part of the universe. Self-transcendence can help you expand your awareness of your inner state, values and dreams, relate to others and your environment in a more positive way, and integrate your sense of past and future.

We hope that our art can inspire you to reflect on your own experiences and perspectives, and that you can find meaning and purpose in your life. Thank you for listening and watching.

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