Family Stories & Secrets
Introduction to Family Patterns through Genealogical Research
Every family has patterns, unprocessed traumas, & behaviors that are passed down through the generations. These may create chaos, issues with relationships, money, work, life, dis-ease, and stress in our lives. They may also create breaks in our family. When we identify these patterns, traumas, and behaviors, through research, family stories, and self-exploration, we can change our lives & heal our ancestors. Learn how to get started in my free workshop.
Do you find yourself repeating the same negative patterns in your relationships or struggling with unexplained physical or emotional issues? Have you ever noticed you’ve been living your ancestor’s unfinished business, toxic or negative behaviors, or patterns? Have you ever considered that these issues may be rooted in your family's history or your ancestors' trauma?
In this workshop, we will explore the ways in which our family patterns and ancestral trauma can impact our lives, and how we can begin to heal these wounds.
Led by an expert practitioner, we will delve into the fascinating field of ancestral healing and explore techniques to identify and release negative family patterns and trauma. We will also explore how to reconnect with our ancestors and cultivate a deeper understanding of our lineage.
During the workshop, you will learn:
- The concept of intergenerational trauma and its impact on our lives.
- How to recognize patterns that have been passed down through your family.
- Techniques to heal ancestral trauma and release negative patterns.
- Ways to connect with your ancestors and understand their influence on your life.
This workshop is perfect for anyone interested in personal growth, self-awareness, and ancestral healing. You don't need any prior knowledge or experience in this field to attend, just an open mind and a willingness to explore.
Are you ready to take the first step towards a deeper understanding of your family patterns, war trauma, and ancestral healing?