Ancestral (Family) Wound Clearing

Family wounds are caused by unresolved trauma in the family lineage, inherited down the generations, creating patterns of behavior and disruption.

Examples of inherited family wounds are: great-great grandfather squanders all the family wealth leaving his wife and children with nothing and this pattern is repeated sporadically down the generations; great grandmother gives up her child through adoption and the issue is never talked about, thereby making that child ‘excluded’ from the family soul - this creates a pattern of one family member being excluded down the generations; grandfather is taught growing up that he is only lovable by what he can do for his parents - he is not loved for simply being their son - and this 'only accepted for what we can do' pattern is repeated two generations later in the granddaughter with her own father.