Rage as a Life-Serving Force – Introducing Neuropeptide Substance P
Why is rage so important for humans and how can it be life-serving? Many of us have experienced harm from the rage of others, yet it is also an essential emotion that drives us to protect. Please join Sarah Peyton for an exploration of our birthright, the RAGE circuit, and it’s main neurotransmitter, Neuropeptide Y.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
Many of us are terrified of our own rage. We may have lived through experiences where we or others have used rage to inflict harm. Such traumatic experiences will often bring people to the point of making unconscious contracts to never be angry. When we turn off our own capacity for life-serving rage, we lose our own capacity to protect others, ourselves and the planet. We are at a time where we need all the life-serving power we can access. Please join Sarah for an exploration of our birthright, the RAGE circuit, and it's main neurotransmitter, Neuropeptide P.