Ancestral Healing Course Participants Q&A
My mom’s paternal grandfather is a mystery, we don’t know his name. How do we collect information on relatives that are unknown to the rest of the family?
I’ve found information about my Swedish roots that dates back more than 2000 years. Finding information about my ancestry has made me feel less connected to them. Resistance.
Hearing that I’m the “game changer” for my family line makes me feel angry. I feel resentful of the people who came before me. But I don’t want to hang on to these wounds. I’ve worked on integrating my parts but continue to feel like I’m forcing myself to do the work that no one in my ancestry has done. How do I move forward?
How can we go about facing degenerative illnesses in the family (ie. Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Lou Gehrig Disease, Alzheimer’s) that our ancestors had? It feels scary to go into this topic.
If all the women on both sides of the family were neglectful and abusive towards their daughters, where do I go from here? The Mother Wound.
I find it really challenging to mend and improve my relationship with my mother. Dealing with guilt.
How to avoid repeating Schizophrenia in the family line?
Can I just download any skill my ancestors had, like a higher IQ and understanding of math than I currently have? Many skills my ancestors had, I don’t have at all.
The main pattern that I see is that the women in my family don’t trust men. I feel like I am just repeating the pattern and I don’t know what to do.