There are five fundamental traumas that are most often re- enacted throughout peoples’ lives. These are abandonment, abuse, betrayal, denial and rejection. Trauma is not necessarily trauma that people have experienced from someone else. It can also bring up residual memories of traumatizing others, of witnessing traumatic scenarios, and even of encouraging someone else to traumatize self. Insignificant events such as a smell, a siren, a visit to the doctor or dentist, accountant, lawyer, principal, being stopped for a traffic violation by a police officer, etc. can re-open “a can of worms.” Even watching television broadcasts of natural disasters as well as man-made disasters, via the “news,” movies, commercials, etc., can trigger deep, long-held traumas to rise to the surface. People often assume that no one wants trauma, however many institutions and individuals thrive on drama and traumatize others intentionally. Use this card to uninstall lies and deception.