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Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Redefining trauma as the collective experience By Donna Thomas Its great that ACEs are high on the agenda for organizations that support adults, children & young people. Making links between adverse experiences in…

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Gifts of Brokenness: a video with Vera de Chalambert

Speaking at SAND18 Italy, Vera De Chalambert introduces some of the Goddesses of the Eastern traditions to illustrate the meaning of the dark feminine and its relevance to today’s conditions and events. It is an energy…

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Suffering is Optional: video with Gail Brenner

Speaking at SAND18 Italy, Gail Brenner tells us that we don’t have to believe what our thoughts tell us about ourselves, about other people or about the world, and that at any moment we can bring…

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Can Inheritance of Trauma Be Reversed?

The effects of trauma and stressful events can last a lifetime. But research has also shown that these effects can be passed onto subsequent generations through non-genetic changes in the DNA, even when those generations are…

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The Bread Crumb Trail of Inherited Family Trauma

  Although we might believe that our suffering is a private affair, this haunting, background agony could also be the cry of the ‘separate selves’ of generations long passed. Is your terror of abandonment an epigenetic…

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Let Love Do It ~ Matt Licata

By Matt Licata Contemporary research in the fields of neuroscience and trauma have revealed that suffering and chronic states of struggle are not ‘caused’ by what happened to us in the past. What is most important…

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Cellular Healing of Inherited Trauma

  Our life experiences may be passed on to our children and our children’s children through our genes. The open question is, can we make a difference? Will healing our own traumas prevent them being delivered…

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It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are

by Mark Wolynn Traumas Lost and Found The past is never dead. It’s not even past. — William Faulkner, Requiem for a Nun A well-documented feature of trauma, one familiar to many, is our inability to…

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