Embracing 'glimmers' in daily life
It's a deceptively cold winter's day. The sun is shining, the water is glistening, but the wind hurtling around me has an icy bite. After getting my ocean fix, I head back to the car.
Getting inside feels like entering a giant bubble of warmth. My shoulders, which have been up around my ears, relax down. I bask in the sensation of defrosting in the sun-drenched car for a moment before heading off.
On the surface, there's nothing very remarkable about any of this. However, according to Deb Dana, an American clinician and author specialising in complex trauma, I've just encountered a 'glimmer'.
Article from ABC Everyday