“Energy can neither be created nor destroyed; rather, it can only be transformed or transferred from one form to another.” ~Albert Einstein
Are you ready to transform your relationship with anxiety and/or depression?
Are you ready to recognize these mind body states as gifts instead of burdens?
Does it feel like this might be something your family has carried and passed down for generations?
Are you ready to heal for yourself and your ancestors?
What can we learn and receive from our ancestors’ wisdom to heal for today and tomorrow?
If you are ready to begin healing today, for your past, present and future, answer the call NOW.
Join 16 inspired and talented speakers who will guide you to find tools, resources and solutions to help you manage anxiety and depression. Learn to heal for your ancestors because it is possible. And it begins with you.
In these 16 exclusive interviews, so much wisdom will be shared:
You are the answer to your ancestors dreams.
How to heal between the worlds.
Where the gift in the wound lies.
How to work with grief.
How to amplify your divinity.
How To Access Your Innate Capacity to Heal.
How To Create Your Full-Bodied Mastery.
How To Heal Ancestral Money Wounds.
What Human Design Is.
How To Use Oracle To Connect With Your Own Deep Power.
And so much more…
You are here to work with anxiety and depression instead of against it.
You are here to recognize that you have gifts, not problems.
You are here to recognize that when you heal and manage anxiety and depression, you heal for your ancestors.
You are here to recognize that it is all energy and you can make a difference in the past, the present and the future.
You have the power to heal and create the life you want. You have the power to heal for your ancestors, and what a beautiful opportunity you have been given to do so. Simply recognizing that when you heal, you heal for your ancestors, is powerful. This is a new way of thinking in our present-day society, but it is a knowing that many indigenous cultures work with. Presently, it is part of our awakening, part of the paradigm shift that we are experiencing.
It is exciting that we have this knowledge, this wisdom. The wisdom that ancient cultures have always known and we have forgotten in our endless search for comfort. Somewhere along the way we adopted a belief that if we can keep everything the same and gather as many material processions as possible, we will always be happy.
Nothing is further from the truth. Life is change. Life is light and dark. We are supposed to experience joy and sorrow, happiness and depression, peace and anxiety. These are all natural human conditions.
When we embrace the fact that feelings, emotions and life states change, we flow with life with a lot more ease. When we embrace the joy and the sorrow - and begin to observe when we hold on too tight or when we avoid things - we can find some freedom.
We can find this freedom for generations past, too. Our great-grandparents and grandparents may not have understood what we do, but we can help release the pain they died with. We can help release the trauma that they died with.
We can see where Science and Spirituality are beginning to meet…
“According to the new insights of behavioral epigenetics, traumatic experiences in our past, or in our recent ancestors’ past, leave molecular scars adhering to our DNA. Jews whose great-grandparents were chased from their Russian shtetls; Chinese whose grandparents lived through the ravages of the Cultural Revolution; young immigrants from Africa whose parents survived massacres; adults of every ethnicity who grew up with alcoholic or abusive parents — all carry with them more than just memories.
Like silt deposited on the cogs of a finely tuned machine after the seawater of a tsunami recedes, our experiences, and those of our forebears, are never gone, even if they have been forgotten. They become a part of us, a molecular residue holding fast to our genetic scaffolding. The DNA remains the same, but psychological and behavioral tendencies are inherited. You might have inherited not just your grandmother’s knobby knees, but also her predisposition toward depression caused by the neglect she suffered as a newborn.”