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Kimberly Ann (a pseudonym), has been doing primal process work for many years. She has produced over three hundred acrylic paintings on foam board relating to her regressive experiences. She mentioned that her art is created without any conscious effort and that she does not know what is being produced until her mind becomes ready to know. Her art gives a voice to intra-uterine and later pains which insist on being seen, validated, and expressed.
-- John A. Speyrer, Editor, The Primal Psychotherapy Page.
I requested a short biography from the artist. She wrote:
"My childhood consisted of endless severe abuse piled upon abuse after abuse. As an adult, I have been working through primal regressions to heal many deep wounds. In my journey, I have
found that the imprints of my experience in my mother's womb have set the stage for later traumas and have profoundly impacted my ability to live life to its fullest. I feel that I am a survivor - I walk toward a natural existence."