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Intergenerational Healing, the process of forgiving and forgiving each other

Recognize, identify, forgive and forgive, heal and live are fundamental steps to carry out Intergenerational Healing, which aims to make people feel good about themselves.

Consists in determine the moments that are significant in the course of our lives on a personal or family level, specifically the traumatic events we face. It is about detecting those negative beliefs that bind or limit the evolution of life or the development of the life project and that many have been inherited from generation to generation.If these beliefs are assumed in a negative way, they become limiting beliefs or ties that affect our present and future..

Ties are caused by the fear that we generate when faced with a thought, feeling, action or situation. These fears or ties They are impregnated in the egg and sperm, which are concentrated in the DNA coding such as emotional and affective information, personality characteristics, physical features, etc..

Releasing negative beliefs

Loyalties, ties and limiting beliefs must be released, releasing the chains that are formed or built by our individual or family fears. Chains of curses are generated when people think or wish harm to another person because of something bad that was done to them or something that happened to them that has a negative meaning. We can inherit diseases (symptoms) that are the product of thoughts that make us react in a negative way (emotions) and these thoughts, when repetitive, become beliefs, which influence our attitudes or way of behaving until they become habits of life. life.

Thus, It is suggested to rethink these beliefs, redefine them positively, detect learning that leaves us to be able to apply it on a daily basis and thus heal to have quality, well-being, prosperity and comprehensive health.

An important aspect to keep in mind is: How does the sexual act happen between the parents? What thoughts and emotional states and feelings did our parents have while they were having sexual relations? Did our parents love each other or did the act develop in a violent manner? Was I the product of rape? What happened during my pregnancy? What was the relationship between my parents like during pregnancy, birth and growing up? What situations, gestures, comments from my parents or family or close ones hurt me? What were my parents like to me? How did they show me their love, how did they correct me? What were they teaching me? How were I educated? What were the values ​​and principles as beliefs that were transmitted to me?

All these situations They mark or determine our thinking, feeling; originates or reaffirms beliefs, prompts us to react positively and negatively, which is reflected in each behavior, attitude, thought, opinion, decision or comment.

Self-Forgiveness: The Essential Key to Healing

In order to heal these painful situations, a healing process where the person must identify what hurts them, with their fears, their emotions and feelings. It is a matter of identifying, recognizing what each situation means in our lives and how it has affected us. In this process, people are taught to recognize themselves as human beings.

It is important to keep in mind that, even though we make mistakes, they teach us to grow, improve and mature. Every mistake generates learning to evolve. That is why we must be willing and allow ourselves to release, untie, face and forgive everything that bothers us or creates a problem for the development of our desires or purposes.

Forgiving is resignifying the negative emotion into a neutral one. Forgiveness does not mean forgetting the event, nor does it mean continuing to be that person’s friend or having a relationship with that person who caused harm, it means letting go of that bad feeling in order to move forward.

The first forgiveness must be with oneself. It is important to forgive ourselves to later lose forgiveness to the people who we hurt with our bad acts (conscious or unconscious).

Inner reconciliation

It is important to reconcile with the source of divine love, since it is to connect with the source of pure love that lives within us. It is learning to love ourselves in order to release that resentment or guilt that we feel for ourselves and that resentment that we feel for the other person.. By forgiving, we release that resentment, identifying great learning that contributes to our life development and gives us comprehensive health.

Thus, It is important to let go of those chains or ties that our ancestors left behind due to the mistakes they made and many of these events become stories. that are discussed from generation to generation and resentments are inherited, which poison us emotionally by tying ourselves to those stories that become beliefs and that each family generation accepts as a pattern of life.

These resentments They can make the body and mind sick, in addition to causing children to be born with body diseases., of the soul or of the mind. But these are products of limiting beliefs that were inherited, acquired or learned.

Therefore, these limiting beliefs must be identified and then let go, release, transform or resignify in a proactive way, identifying learning in order to heal, move forward and not fall into those errors, but rather act with corrective measures. This entire healing process is done by identifying, recognizing, accepting and increasing self-love, love in creation, the Divine source and towards others.