Generational Healing

Generational healing is broadly defined as the process of understanding how the traumas of previous familial generations bleed into their offspring in the form of unresolved issues, unspoken rules, and limiting beliefs about how the world and relationships work. When negative behavioral, emotional, and relational patterns are passed down from generation to generation, it takes courage to recognize those patterns and move toward a healthier way of relating to one another, both internally as a family and to the outside world. The process of becoming aware of these negative patterns and how they became part of your family’s story is what allows for the healing of long-buried trauma and the ultimate rewriting of the family narrative in a more positive, supportive light.


Breaking Generational Cycles of Trauma | Brandy Wells | TEDxKingLincolnBronzeville

Brandy shares a personal story of how a 8 year old girl who felt abandonment begin her healing process because of the birth of her own daughters as an adult.


What is Generational Trauma? - Overcoming Traumatic Experiences - DeepDives

Lots of things get passed down from generations - stories, heirlooms, genetic traits - but a new field of study suggests that even trauma can be passed down through a lineage.


Healing Our Family Trees: An Essential Step on the Spiritual Path

Healing Our Family trees is a huge step on the spiritual path, and it takes strength, courage, and wisdom to begin the process. In this powerful video, we will explore the topic of our family lineage and ancestors and how we are affected by them in different ways.


Intergenerational Trauma: Residential Schools

Learn how the effects of residential schools continue to manifest into the present day. Join our mailing list: SUBSCRIBE to learn more about Canada: Version française: https://youtu.


Healing the Millennial Wound - Helping Generation Y

The millennial generation or so-called 'generation why' is a game-changer generation. However, to get to the place where the game is changed, the existing rules of the game had to have proved to be detrimental.


Holocaust and Transgenerational Trauma. Anita Lasker-Wallfisch, Her Daughter and Thomas Hübl

This is a talk about transgenerational trauma between Anita Lasker-Wallfisch, her daughter Maya Jacobs-Wallfisch, and Thomas Hübl. Anita Lasker-Wallfisch (92) is a German-British cellist and one of the last known survivors of the "Girls' Orchestra" of Auschwitz.


Jill Purce on Her Ancestral Healing Work

Jill works with people within the group using her unique method combining chant, ceremony and family constellations to heal the resonant fields of family and ancestors, unlocking persistent patterns so that order and joy is restored.


Ep34 It Didn't Start with You - Inherited Family Trauma with Mark Wolynn

Depression, anxiety, chronic pain, phobias, obsessive thoughts. Could some of the roots of these issues be connected to our family lineage


Mark Wolynn: It Didn’t Start with You

Unconsciously, we relive our mother’s anxiety. We repeat our father’s disappointments. We replicate the failed relationships of our parents and grandparents. Just as we inherit our eye color and blood type, we also inherit the residue from traumatic events that have taken place in our family.


How Generational and Early Life Trauma Shape Our Lives

Along with distorting our fundamental view about the world, and the emergence of traumatic symptoms, unresolved trauma limits our capacity to be fully present; our potential and capacity for real love and intimacy are blocked, as is the ability to feel the intrinsic aliveness, vibrancy, and joy of o...


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Intergenerational Trauma