A favorite quote by Thich Nhat Hanh says, “If you look deeply into the palm of your hand, you will see your parents and all generations of your ancestors. All of them are alive in this moment. Each is present in your body. You are the continuation of each of these people.”
Those words speak deeply to me. Everything our ancestors have experienced is still alive in this moment and is present within our bodies.
The struggle, the sacrifice, the trauma our ancestors experienced is stored within your genetic lineage and continues to influence your physical, emotional, mental behavior, beliefs and patterns. They are waiting to be free from the pain and suffering; ready to share their story; offer wisdom, guidance, support and healing to their lineage. We have a responsibility to them, to ourselves and to our future generations to honor them; to respect them and to release the densities of the past ancestral trauma stored within our bloodline.
During this sacred time of year, the veil between the world drops, allowing us the opportunity to honor and connect with our ancestors in a deeply loving and compassionate way. I invite you to engage into a space of listening, of remembering, and of appreciation for your ancestors.
Here are a few simple things you can do to honor you own ancestors, not only during this time of year, but on a continuous basis:
Professionally trained and certified Generational Healer™ Crystal Rasmussen now offers both demonstrations and private sessions to support you in releasing the densities of your past ancestral trauma stored within your genetic linage to heal you today.
Each individual that has received a Generational Healing™ session has been blown away by the work itself, the transformation that takes place within their lives and the difference in how they feel. It is one of the highest forms of honoring we can do for our ancestors.
Benefits clients have expressed following a session include:
Crystal is dedicated to women who crave connection, clarity, love and the desire to be truthful to their self.