Emotional Trauma Recovery
Intergenerational Inherited Trauma
Intergenerational Trauma Recovery
Do you feel you have a fear, depression, or anxiety without knowing why? Do you feel like you’re failing as a partner? Do you think you are failing as a parent, and your child is angry, stressed, perfectionist, or easily overwhelmed, and you can not connect with your kids? Well, it did not start with you, but it will stop with you when we do our work together. While our physical traits are easily discernible, this emotional legacy is often hidden from us. Anxiety, fear, financial worries, depression, illness, and unhappy relationships can all be forms of our unconscious inheritance and legacy burden.
Unresolved traumas, some going back two or three generations, can entangle us in feelings and situations that don’t even belong to us. This is what is called Transgenerational, or intergenerational or collective trauma we are born into. They can forge a blueprint for our life, and can even pass onto our children as it did past to you. It doesn’t have to continue.
Steps we take.
I will ask many questions and also give you a list of the questions from where you can start asking your family members what happened and do your homework. Don’t worry if there are answers you can’t get. We will identify your emotional trauma and patterns passed down to you.
How does it work?
We will talk about those patterns in your family history. We will identify your emotional trauma while using the somatic experience to understand better where the fear is happening in your body and mind and when. You will become a transitional character. Someone who stops a generational trauma changes the entire course of a lineage and refuses to pass it down on to their children. It ends with you, and this will be the most significant work you can do for your self, your children, and also you will be an essential part of stoping collective trauma by doing healing work in your lineage.
Without explanations, sometimes you or your child ( including teens and adolescents) can feel some following anxiety, fear, or depression symptoms without knowing the reason why.
Anxious symptoms and signs are not limited to worry or nervousness, but can also appear in unexpected ways, including:
- restlessness, irritability or feeling on edge
- racing thoughts, ruminating or obsessing
- being easily fatigued
- muscle tension
- difficulty concentrating or mind going blank
- sleep disturbance, trouble falling asleep or restless, unsatisfying sleep
- physiological symptoms as in panic attacks (e.g., heart palpitations, chest pain)
- sweating or trembling
- having difficulty controlling worry
- feeling weak or tired
- trouble concentrating or thinking about anything other than the present anxiety
- unexpected fear in certain places, buildings, homes
- sudden fear around people with particular looks, mimics or laughter
All the symptoms can be transferred down to you by your parents, grandparents, or society or culture you have been born into.