The first challenge is our DNA. Our DNA is a data collecting instrument. It is recording everything we do and everything our ancestors did. This knowledge is passed to the next generation though the DNA. We know from current science that trauma from your grandma is transferred to future generations.
From Discover Magazine, May 2013: “According to the new insights of behavioral epigenetics, traumatic experiences in our past, or in our recent ancestors’ past, leave molecular scars adhering to our DNA. Jews whose great-grandparents were chased from their Russian shtetls; Chinese whose grandparents lived through the ravages of the Cultural Revolution; young immigrants from Africa whose parents survived massacres; adults of every ethnicity who grew up with alcoholic or abusive parents — all carry with them more than just memories. ” ( See Link to Article here)
Scientists Have Observed Epigenetic Memories Being Passed Down for 14 Generations. The past lives on.
The oldest parts of the brain are the pons and midbrain. The pons was the first part of the brain to develop from an advanced nervous system. This is the part of the brain that holds your genetic imprint for survival. Some of us have the survival imprint to be hidden in order to survive, others have the imprint to run in groups and still others to be aggressive. To this day many of us can relate to this ancient programming passed down from millions of years of evolution. How many have been passed up from a deserved promotion? Felt the need to stay out of sight? How many of us have issues with anger we just can’t seem to move beyond or need to fit in with the crown regardless of our feelings? Here we are at the completed evolution with a cerebral cortex and opposable thumbs, we survived. Now we are being asked to stop focusing on the physical reality and remember the non-physical. Not just remember it but to actually give it more attention than the physical. Yet, we are hard wired to physical survival.I have heard Abraham say once that this work is ongoing. The effort we put in today will help future generations achieve what we are attempting to do now. When I heard that I realized that we are the first generation to change our focus from the physical to the non-physical but does it mean we will be successful? We are attempting to turn the tide of millions of years of genetic programming. Are we going to be able to do that in one life time?
Yes! We can easily do that in one lifetime because we have modalities like ThetaHealing that is designed to use the theta brain wave to release outdated programs and beliefs, instantly.
If you are struggling with financial issues, did your parents have the same struggles, your grandparents? If so we can assume the beliefs are genetic.
The Emotional Hangup
The other glaring pitfall is our society’s intolerance for emotions. How are we ever going to get into the Vortex when we have distanced ourselves from feeling? When we are young and we learn to walk, society has infinite patience for us to stumble and fall and get back up until we master walking. We even find it adorable. When we are attempting to learn a mental construct like multiplication tables, again there is much patience for that concept to sink in. When it comes to emotional mastery society has zero tolerance. When we are around the age of 2, we begin to attempt to master our emotions. At first they come out destructive and violent. A 2 year old will have a complete breakdown because the bubble gum was pink instead of blue. This is a safe subject to attempt to master incoming emotions. No one is going to die over the color of bubble gum. Yet we shut the child down emotionally for being over dramatic and irritating. To the child all he understands is that feelings cause punishment, even if that punishment is just the withdrawal of love and attention from his parents. For a 2 year old to get shut out or punished is a very big deal. He begins to shut down feelings and erect a false, perfect self so that love, security and all the good in life can still be his. Somewhere he knows he can never be as good or as perfect as his idealized self, but he continues out of fear of his needs being unmet. In time he has forgotten that he has created this version of himself and it seems to feel natural. Except for that nagging guilt that won’t go away. The guilt of knowing he can never be as perfect as he projects himself to be. This creates the inner tyrant. Since the guilt there must be punishment. The inner tyrant is always letting you know you are never good enough. So we try harder. Only to have life bump up against us and reveal we are not as perfect as we want to be. So we withdraw from life in an attempt to protect ourselves from being reminded we are not who we built ourselves to be. Eventually a huge crisis will come to bring him back to his real self. Getting and emotional IQ is very important to staying in the Vortex.
Thankfully, with ThetaHealing we can change all this right now. This is very important so we can regain balance in the world through balancing ourselves effortlessly through this important energy work.