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Letting Go Of Illness

 I believe the day we are ready to let go of our illness is the day we heal.

Healing comes when you’re ready to let go of the need of your ‘mental illness’ label and step into your power and purpose. Your generational history is the fire that feeds your soul.

~ SilverGirl

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Thinking About Writing A Book

Creating Balance ~ The Bigger Picture Of Healing 

After the experience with my daughter, I feel quite serious about writing a book about my life and what I have learnt in relation to healing.

It will be educational and not solely about day to day abuse or finger pointing. Rather it’s main focus will be on spiritual, emotional and physical understanding of healing and the balance needed between our masculine and feminine sides by using examples.

It’s a book about, the bigger picture.

We need to create the balance within us in order to heal, and then by using our hard earned wisdom together with our logic, we can unlock our full potential and use this to help heal an unbalanced world.

We all have this gift and that power within us. But being powerful in a potentially dangerous world is what scares us the most.

I’m no gifted writer like the many that are here on WordPress, so it will be challenging and a big undertaking, but even if it never gets published I think it’s something I need to do.

I thought about it in the past but it felt a daunting task. It’s complex and a great deal to put together and think about. I wrote 28 pages once for my lawyer and I was triggered and sick for weeks afterwards, so focusing too much on my specific abuse is not what I’m going to do, or want to do.

It’s definitely going to be a very slow process. Being free to work on it while I’m travelling would be awesome.

I may write under a pseudonym, but I’ll see once I start and just how in depth I decide to go. I feel this book has the potential to change the way mental health is viewed. (Thinking big haha)..

I haven’t had the courage to write about my spiritual experiences here on WordPress, but I will in this book. As part of my healing I delved into ancestral history, and the roles or archetypes played by our ancestors and how they are repeated in the present through our DNA.

So it will relate to each person’s perspective/ experience at different times historically.

Studying generational abuse, the origin of the cycle, and the spiritual reason why people abuse, history repeating, roles repeating etc..

Ultimately it’s going to be about education, spiritual healing and fearlessly unlocking your potential.

Love & baby steps

SG x

 

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Descendants of Abuse, Trauma Or Neglect Have Altered Stress Hormones

This makes sense on so many levels especially relating to ancestral healing..

SG x

Parents’ traumatic experience may hamper their offspring’s ability to bounce back from trauma
By Tori Rodriguez

A person’s experience as a child or teenager can have a profound impact on their future children’s lives, new work is showing. Rachel Yehuda, a researcher in the growing field of epigenetics and the intergenerational effects of trauma, and her colleagues have long studied mass trauma survivors and their offspring. Their latest results reveal that descendants of people who survived the Holocaust have different stress hormone profiles than their peers, perhaps predisposing them to anxiety disorders.

Yehuda’s team at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Bronx, N.Y., and others had previously established that survivors of the Holocaust have altered levels of circulating stress hormones compared with other Jewish adults of the same age. Survivors have lower levels of cortisol, a hormone that helps the body return to normal after trauma; those who suffered post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have even lower levels.

It is not completely clear why survivors produce less cortisol, but Yehuda’s team recently found that survivors also have low levels of an enzyme that breaks down cortisol. The adaptation makes sense: reducing enzyme activity keeps more free cortisol in the body, which allows the liver and kidneys to maximize stores of glucose and metabolic fuels—an optimal response to prolonged starvation and other threats. The younger the survivors were during World War II, the less of the enzyme they have as adults. This finding echoes the results of many other human epigenetic studies that show that the effects of certain experiences during childhood and adolescence are especially enduring in individuals and sometimes even across generations (right).

Most recently, a new study looked at the descendants of the Holocaust survivors. Like their parents, many have low levels of cortisol, particularly if their mothers had PTSD. Yet unlike their parents, they have higher than normal levels of the cortisol-busting enzyme. Yehuda and her colleagues theorize that this adaptation happened in utero. The enzyme is usually present in high levels in the placenta to protect the fetus from the mother’s circulating cortisol. If pregnant survivors had low levels of the enzyme in the placenta, a greater amount of cortisol could make its way to the fetus, which would then develop high levels of the enzyme to protect itself.

Epigenetic changes often serve to biologically prepare offspring for an environment similar to that of the parents, Yehuda explains. In this case, however, the needs of the fetus seem to have trumped that goal. With low levels of cortisol and high levels of the enzyme that breaks it down, many descendants of Holocaust survivors would be ill adapted to survive starvation themselves. In fact, that stress hormone profile might make them more susceptible to PTSD (below, yellow); previous studies have indeed suggested that the offspring of Holocaust survivors are more vulnerable to the effects of stress and are more likely to experience symptoms of PTSD. These descendants may also be at risk for age-related metabolic syndromes, including obesity, hypertension and insulin resistance, particularly in an environment of plenty.

Yet it is still too early in our investigation into the epigenetics of this complex stress-response system to know for sure whether these molecular changes indicate any real-world risks or benefits. “If you are looking for it all to be logical and fall into place perfectly, it isn’t going to yet,” Yehuda says. “We are just at the beginning of understanding this.”
A variety of studies, many using long-term medical records from large populations, have found that certain experiences affect future descendants’ health risks

A variety of studies, many using long-term medical records from large populations, have found that certain experiences affect future descendants’ health risks.

Response to article

by Moulton

My parents were in their twenties during the Holocaust years. My generation grew up in the post-war decades, in a culture where our parents’s generation were struggling with re-adjustment after the cultural traumas of the Second World War. For obvious reasons, our parents did not convey the gruesome stories of those emotionally wrenching years to their impressionably young offspring. It wasn’t until we became young adults in the 60s before we began to learn of the horrors that had transpired twenty years earlier. And even then, the stories were antiseptic, elliptical, and muted. But the deeply concealed and unprocessed emotions of our parents’ generation nonetheless leaked through. I silently inherited Fear of Annihilation from my parents’s generation without even being consciously aware of it. My parents were worriers, and they constantly worried for the well-being of their children. But my naive impression, as a teenager, was they were worried for our everyday safety, not for our existential survival.
My otherwise inexplicable anxieties, silently inherited from my parents’ generation, surfaced as nail-biting and teeth-clenching, coupled with chronic perplexity at the challenge of making sense of the world in which I found myself growing up, where superficial well-being concealed an undisclosed cultural backstory of unspeakable atrocities and inscrutable emotional trauma.

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Past Life Regression – Does History Repeat Itself?

When traditional therapy and western medicine are unable to bring about the answers to these questions, some people are turning to Past Life Regression.
Past Life Regression is the process of utilizing hypnosis to explore a past life. There is a growing interest in Past Life Regression Therapy, as evidenced by the exposure and popularity of authors such as Brian Weiss.

Aside from curiosity, why explore past lives at all? The poet and philosopher George Santayana stated “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” While most of us in general do not remember all or any of our past lives while in waking consciousness, we can access those past lives under hypnosis to assist us with our current life lessons.

Of the clients I see, the most common reason that people come for a past life regression is to explore the root cause of an issue that can’t be traced to any event in the current lifetime. Many people also come for further understanding of relationships with key people in their lives, like family members or romantic partnerships.

In fact, past life regression has a number of valuable therapeutic purposes.

Cycles of Behavior – Viewing the cycles and patterns of behavior recurring throughout many lifetimes grants greater perspective on our unique quirks, habits, struggles, fears, choices, hopes and dreams.

Physical Healing – In many cases, the health issues we experience in this life have roots that extend into other lifetimes. For this reason, past life regression can provide information important to healing physical symptoms.

Unexplained Pain – Unexplained pains and syndromes, chronic pain and illness, birthmarks, and other health-related phenomena frequently have their roots in other lifetimes.

Phobias – A regression can also reveal the roots of phobias or other emotional blocks. Sometimes simply having knowledge of the relevant past life experience will be enough to shift the energy, allowing a breakthrough or healing to occur.

There are many other often unexpected benefits including:

Overcoming the fear of death. If you experienced death and knew for certain that you lived on, would you still be afraid?

Staying connected to our loved ones. Experiencing crossing over affirms the continuity of life. One of the hardest things about death is losing the connection and presence of those whom we love. One of my happiest sessions was with a client who had recently lost a child. To experience a former lifetime with this child’s soul and to know that they will meet again was so healing for this client. There is so much reassurance and relief to see our loved ones there on the other side and to know we have not truly lost them.

Discovering your inner strength. All souls have lived at least a few (usually many) difficult lives. Sometimes we suffer. When you re-experience prior struggles and come to realize that you have survived so much already, current challenges become more bearable. You recognize that “this too shall pass.”

Tapping into your inner wisdom. Even in our present life, the intensity of a lesson can fade with time. Revisiting past life events can awaken hard-earned yet buried wisdom. As you connect with and integrate all the pieces of your whole self, you can reclaim greater energy and awareness.

Accessing skills and abilities from former lives. You have transferable skills from your past life. You do not lose the talents developed or awareness gained from former lives. Sometimes these talents can be active at an early age, in which case society might label this child a prodigy or a genius. Other times these skills might lie dormant and can be triggered through reliving past life experiences.

WHAT IS A PAST LIFE REGRESSION SESSION LIKE?

In a typical past life regression session, you will be guided into a deep relaxation. The practitioner will assist you in mentally relaxing your whole body and then focusing inward. There are many methods and imagery for getting you back to the past life, such as stairs or a hallway or tunnel. In general, you are given a suggestion to go back to a lifetime which is relevant to the issues you are currently facing.

You then visit a few key experiences in that lifetime, as well as the death scene. After the death scene you can review what was gained from that lifetime and how it can assist you in your current life. After the session you will usually remember everything. Some practitioners also provide recordings of your session for later review.

OTHER WAYS TO RECALL YOUR PAST LIVES

If you don’t have access to a past life regressionist in your area, you can work on uncovering your past lives by yourself with these methods:

Self-hypnosis – You can do record yourself reading a past life regression script and play it back

Dreaming – You can direct your consciousness to deliver you a past life memory through your dream. Everything you’ve ever experienced is stored in your consciousness. Your conscious mind which focuses on the outer world blocks most of this information while you’re awake so that you can focus and function in your everyday life. At night the filter from your conscious mind rests while you sleep and you are more receptive to the messages of your subconscious and superconscious minds. Simply hold the intention to remember a past life as you fall asleep. Leave a notepad and a pen next to your bed and record your dream first thing in the morning.
naturally taps into your whole self and facilitates greater awareness. Meditating on a regular basis seems to stimulate spontaneous past life recall in some people.

Source: Tianna Roser is a Certified Clinical Hypnotist. She received her Hypnosis and Past Life Regression training with HCH Institute, a California state-approved school for Hypnotherapy and is also certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists. Tianna also completed training for Life Between Lives Regression with the Michael Newton Institute for Spiritual Regression.

 

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Eternal Soul & Ancestral Healing

Healing the Past Healing the Present

 Many people dealing with chronic health issues or mystery illnesses that don’t seem to heal may be able to find answers by looking into the past.

Our souls are eternal pure energy that cannot die only transform.

Energy has no beginning and no end- scientifically speaking; this is why reincarnation makes perfect sense.

You are not starting from a clean slate with this life.

A past that is not healed may be living within you, restless, mingled with your own energy. It works almost as if an actual person, with its own “independent” moods, cravings, desires, fears, and reactions to external circumstances in your life.

While this past is being you, at the same time a past-life is not you. It’s an aspect of your Soul, a spiritual cousin, that is related to you, but comes from another time, another awareness, other set of circumstances. You bear no responsibility over its actions — other than, as the current Soul carrier..  to heal it and bring closure to it, if your consciousness and choice allows you.

That’s your only responsibility over your past-lives.

The textbook example for this are phobias — such as the fear of drowning, or of enclosed spaces, public speaking, fear of your own potential, for example. Acute fears or blocks, maybe seemingly illogical, that may or may not have been awakened by an event in this life. But phobias are just the most glaring examples.

phobias. i have clinophobia. i think people dont usually quite grasp what a phobia truly is.. often it seems people think its simply a fear, when in actuality its much more than just a small fear..

Relationship failings and patterns, professional issues, emotionally charged reactions, and fears in general. All of these commonly stem from past-lives that are still “active”.

You may have hot buttons, that is, sensitive topics that when pushed leave you “out of yourself”. Guess who manifests when you’re out of yourself? When the wound is pressed it’s the past-life persona that comes forth and has a fit, if you will. And you’re overwhelmed by this violent reaction of fear, panic, anger, or other strong emotion, that you hardly can contain.

Now, since your moods, choices, actions, energy, and states of being, manifest in the reality all around you (usually know as “Law of Attraction”), you may be living events, emotions, and circumstances, in your life, that don’t necessarily relate to who you are today. Events that aren’t really yours, that have nothing to do with your current life, and thus that you really have no business living.

The past-life is stuck in its own time loop, in its own unsolved memory. As a result, you are stuck in the same cyclical patterns, repeating them over and over without progression.

I MUST remember this. maya angelou quote carol arvin bellingham psychotherapists

Very often the subject of past-lives is not just about curiosity. It’s something that urgently begs for healing and closure, for the sake of your own well-being. For you to finally move forward and prosper.

A past-life that is healed, on the other hand, has found its closure, and thus has no need to re-experience any further challenging situations. It has no desire to delve in the past, to re-experience everything over and over. It’s at peace. It comes from, it’s in a state of, Light, instead of feeding off your own emotional body and vital energies. And can offer you valuable insight and guidance when you need to. It’s a part of you, but one that is balanced and in tune with your true nature.


About Healing

Everyone is capable of intuitive insight. Some individuals do have gifts and skills that allow them to do specific things more easily than others. Basic intuitive skills are like a radio, or a black-and-white TV; a spiritual gift is seeing in colors, in HD. A gift is often the result of many lifetimes of training at soul level.

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When past-lives have any discernible interference over your moods and current life, they are meant to be healed. That is their main relevance.

Otherwise, there is absolutely no need to delve in the past.

Your past-lives are not meant to influence how you run your life today, or dictate your mood. If you have “hot buttons” – things you are very sensitive to, and when someone else pushes them you flip and react very emotionally — you may have an unresolved issue with a past-life. That’s often the case.

When someone pushes your buttons, the memory is activated, and at that moment it’s as if it’s your past-life character, and not you, reacting to the situation. You are “out of yourself”. It also usually means that such an issue can be tackled by recovering the past-live, understanding how it relates to who, and what can you learn from it.

If you are like the vast majority of people, you had hundreds of past-lives, or maybe more. Some of them maybe more active than others, depending on what you chose to experience in this life.


You do not have to know your past-lives. They are only meaningful insofar as they contribute something to your present moment in a constructive sense. Because truthfully, it’s only your present moment that really counts to you, it’s only your current focus of attention that matters. That’s what your Spirit wants you to know, what it wants you to do, where it wants to go, next.

Nevertheless, accessing your past-lives, be it by whichever means you do so, always has the purpose of healing, as well as of broadening your spiritual knowledge, both in general, and about yourself.