"We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are"
- Anaïs Nin
The collective suffering of the generations before us is contained within our tissues. This influences the way we are in the world - the way we feel, behave and the health of our bodies. We have the opportunity through the subtle and refined approach of ancestral craniosacral therapy integrate epigenetic patterning from the past, allowing us to excel in our lives.
Epigenetics - 'epi' meaning above, looks at the influence of inhereted patterns on our genes and changes how they express, leading to specific conditions. For example, research shows that 30% of children in Iraq have similar PTSD symptoms to their parents/ grandparents; countless offspring of Holocaust survivors suffer with diabetes, PTSD, anxiety and depression due to the atrocities their forefathers went through.
Many of us have family members who lived through a war, experienced rations, alcoholism, violence, poverty and emotional trauma. This epigenetic patterning can show up in us as an acute condition for example sciatica, anxiety attacks, or infertility; or as a chronic condition for example diabetes, IBS or migraine.
Ancestral craniosacral therapy allows us to gently uncover, acknowledge and heal the intergenerational trauma from your family members - changing who we are in the world, our health and our outlook.
Our role is to support our ancestors to relieve their trauma and thereby break the chain to improve our wellbeing and that of future generations.
4 Steps to Healing Intergenerational Trauma
"Don't become a mere recorder of facts, but try to penetrate the mystery of their origin"
Imagine waking up every morning feeling like you can take on the world. How great does that feel?
Nicci guides you through the threads of intergenerational trauma that are affecting your life. Your wellbeing is our number one priority. Through research and client experience, we have developed a 4 step process to support our clients to seize the day and learn how to respectfully navigate and integrate the traumatic circumstances from the past.