Healing Transgenerational Trauma
Unresolved trauma in past generations finds a way to repeat itself. We feel the trauma inside ourselves, until someone finally transforms it. We are living in a time in history when many of us are being called to do this transformational work and integrate traumas that have been passed down from past generations. The more we collectively become aware of the need to re-think our way of being in the world and where we are heading, the more it becomes apparent that in order to heal the future, we need to heal the past. As we work to transform our personal traumas, these transformations echo out into our families and communities.
There are three common emotional textures that are often related to historic and transgenerational traumas: Loss and Despair, Victimhood, and Shame and Guilt. If these are first reactions that you or your clients have to common challenges, obstacles and confrontations, the solution could be in healing the past.
For women, I believe there is a lot of work to be done with our maternal inheritance. Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is just a small percentage of our DNA, separate from nuclear DNA and is passed down uniquely through the maternal line, through the egg cells. There is a ‘She’ that is the same ‘She’ in myself, my mother, my grandmother, my great-grandmother and so on. This lineage is calling to be healed. The feminine in our bloodlines is pushing us to give her a voice: The voice she never had, the name that was taken from her, the place that was stolen from her. Could this transgenerational ‘She’ be where the feminine is rising from in today’s world?
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