Did you know…
Over their lifetimes, our ancestors experienced many things, both positive and negative (think traumatic). The things they did not process and integrate became “normal” beliefs, behaviors, and patterns within the family. Those “normal” beliefs, behaviors, and patterns get passed down through the DNA and we live by many of them on a subconscious level. Did you also know that even when you reject a family member (never speak of them, pretend they do not exist), you can still unconsciously and energetically repeat their patterns and sometimes crimes? Did you know sometimes the past sneaks up on you and out of nowhere you go into a panic attack which is so decontextualized you have no idea why you are having this reaction?
Did you know…
That using a tool called the genogram, we can discover more about an ancestor or family through the genealogical or military records? We can more easily identify family patterns (toxic, traumatic, positive, and resilience building)? A genogram is a powerful tool, resembling a family tree, which can help you discover all of these things. To help you discover more about yourself and your family and heal the past, I now offer Genogram Sessions.
If you are interested in learning more about what this tool is and how it can help you, please register for my Free Genogram Taster sessions this week (Tuesday 31 May and Wednesday 1 June). We will spend 30 minutes together on Zoom and I will demonstrate the genogram and explain how it helps us. You will hear some of my personal stories as well as other examples of how this tool can help genealogists and non-researchers.
To learn more and register for your spot, visit the Information Page today!
Are You Ready to Start Writing and Researching?
If you are ready to start a research or writing project, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s set up a free phone consultation. I’m excited to help you bring your family’s military history to life and preserve it for generations.
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