How to tell if you inherited trauma. To my children. Learn. Rant

To my children, biblical or not. Below is an article I think you all should read and learn about the organic bodies you inhabit. Patterns are passed down through DNA. Genesis states that we are made in the image and likeness of God. God spoke all into being. Words were formed, which are vibrations set to emotion that form the very world we live in.

We must grow into this fundamental knowing about this ball that hangs in a viscous galaxy that has no string and cause it to turn 1000 miles an hour.

Trauma as we know it is getting a much needed face lift as I see it. The new buzz word is vibrational atunement. It’s a new consent and precept. We each come into this world, as spirits, who connect with organic matter, and mental matter in the combination we call, mind body spirit, a person, a human. We each experience different intensities of vibration at conception.

It all is part of our each unique vibrations. We are connected by matter and it matters. We need to come into a fast concept download and inner connected exchange of knowing. Good bad is no longer the term. It is resistance and flow. What we resist persists. And so we must accept that we each have a unique vibration and that vibration, all vibrations are valid for some reason. Balance is key on Mother Earth. And WE ARE DEPENDENT ON HER! Like ducklings to their Mothers. We need her and she, needs us. We are a unit. We are soldiers for this cause. To unit the minds that we clearly see are split. Male female. Black and white. We can play with it all. Like minds do. They play and imagine this and that. And look at what has been made? If we are not satisfied. We can always change and always do better. Are we able to see each person as a unique individual? Many seek to control and yet can’t see. It is I the universe who control you all. This is a game we play. We live on Mother Earth and need her. We must grow up and clean up after ourselves.

Look at the trauma years have left in its wake and yet? It’s says in the likeness. And yet you use your powers like this? See the psychosis that is here. The polar opposites are valid. We work for balance. Learn and grow. Fear has not place except where we allow it? Fear is fearless learning absolute reverence. We owe our lives to Mother Rarth and I do not demean that name and stand with honor for her, yes. Three. father son and Mother Earth. New translation. She deserves a proper name. Everyone possess this spirit at different levels. Fear is a bully. So stand up to fear. In your mind not with each other! Use your words. Look at you all fighting! Look at yourselves! I am better, no me! God loves me more! Seriously. So childish. God loves all, Mother Earth loves all. You are doing all to yourselves. By your own words. Own your words. And order them better. Stop professing fake faith when fear is underneath screaming out! Confess fears! Resist them not. Explain yourselves so others can understand what you mean. Stop hurting each other. There is no need to take it to the physical level. We have minds that can figure out everything and there is no need to make such a mess. Do you not realize that had some lived? We would be further along? Each person or unit has memories. Memories that contribute to the whole of consciousness. Each person has stories to be told. Like butterflies need releasing. They must be spoken and released. Do not let fear be mistaken for a foe. Fear is a challenger to make you strong in your mission her. Listen to fear and ask questions of fears. Fear is a vibration. Words vibrate. Music vibrates. What are we saying here? Are we receptive? We must speak the truth we know to allow room for other views to inhabit the brain to evolve in universal knowledge. Can you not realize the task by looking at the creation of the internet and yet the name screams inward to all. Go within. Look at yourselves. Kkk. What are you saying and why? Why are you better? Why are you so blood thirty for colors other than white? Why do you wear robes really? Hiding from what you do? You could be gone at my command. We all must learn about ourselves. Listen to others view. Sprinkle some our season on them and watch it grow. White supremacy is a term, a mentality of entitlement and a pattern for murder, which is death. Why have we attracted such mentality here as a whole? Why do we as a whole allow it to continue? Educate them, educate yourselves.

Ok, that was intense. As I have begun to tell my truth is has begun to happen. That was not me. An energy has begun to speak through me. More boldly and yet familiar. It’s like I’ve know. This spirit all my life and came here to work for the planet. Sounds a bit strange to say, or write, but that feels right. It sure how my Mamas are going to feel about this? But I am ready to fly. And be who I came here to be. My story begins a new. All chapters included and references as well. I leave nothing out. Up days and downers. This is the life of mine. It’s intense feeling so deeply.


The name Belinda is a baby girl name.


German Meaning:

The name Belinda is a German baby name. In German the meaning of the name Belinda is: From the Old German Betlindis, which is derived from the word for snake.

American Meaning:

The name Belinda is an American baby name. In American the meaning of the name Belinda is: From the Old German Betlindis, which is derived from the word for snake.

English Meaning:

The name Belinda is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Belinda is: Very beautiful.

Latin Meaning:

The name Belinda is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Belinda is: Very beautiful.

Italian Meaning:

The name Belinda is an Italian baby name. In Italian the meaning of the name Belinda is: Serpentine.

Spanish Meaning:

The name Belinda is a Spanish baby name. In Spanish the meaning of the name Belinda is: Attractive.


SoulUrge Number: 6

People with this name have a deep inner desire for a stable, loving family or community, and a need to work with others and to be appreciated.

Expression Number: 11

People with this name tend to be idealistic, highly immaginative, intuitive, and spiritual. They seek after spiritual truth and often find it. They tend to be visionary and may inspire others.

What’s in a name? Who are you? Some good questions huh? Make ya think?

How To Tell If You Inherited Emotional Trauma and How To Break the Pattern
Posted on June 13, 2016

With new discoveries in epigenetics now making headlines, many of us are asking an important question: What are my children really inheriting? Can my baggage, the unfinished business I don’t deal with, pass on to my kids? Without knowing it, could I be hurting them?

To answer this comprehensively, we need to look at the science. The newest research in epigenetics tells us that you and I can inherit gene changes from traumas that our parents and grandparents experienced. It goes like this: When a trauma occurs, our bodies make a physiological change to better manage the stress.

This adaptive change can then be passed down to our children and grandchildren biologically preparing them to deal with similar trauma. This can be a good thing, unless, of course, the inherited changes create even more stress.

If our grandparents, for example, were traumatized from living in a war-torn country—explosions going off, people getting killed, the rattle of gunfire close by—they could pass on a survivor skill set to us—a body on hyper-alert, reflexes to react quickly to loud noises, and other such protective responses. This skill set would be helpful were we to also live in a country at war. However, living in a safe environment where this inheritance isn’t useful, the constant hypervigilance can create havoc in our bodies.

So, here’s the bad news: Yes, it’s true. Our parents’ and grandparents’ pain—their fears, their angers, their grief, their shutdowns—can all unwittingly become ours, a legacy we can perpetuate in our family. And here’s the sad part: Few of us ever make the link between our issues—our unexplained fear, anxiety, and depression—and what happened to our family members in a previous generation.

Instead, we believe that we’re the source of our problem, that something must be wrong with us, or broken inside us, that makes us feel the way we do.
And it doesn’t end there. These unconscious patterns, along with whatever business we leave unfinished, can then be passed on to our children, and even to their children. What could be more painful than to see our children suffering, knowing that they continue to feel the pain we’ve left unattended?

Is there any good news? Absolutely. There are actions we can take that can help break the cycle.

Here’s the short list of things you can do:

1.Heal Your Own Stuff

Reconcile your broken relationships with your parents as well as with your child’s other parent. When we find someone’s behavior challenging, it’s helpful to consider the traumatic events in his or her family history. Remember, the residue of pain can pass forward. And children, because of their great innocence and loyalty, are easy targets.

Children can unconsciously carry what’s unresolved between their parents and mirror it in their own relationships. Or (as we’re learning from epigenetics), they can relive what’s unresolved behind the parents.

2. Shake the family tree and see what falls out.

What family secrets have been hidden? What stories didn’t get told? What traumas have never fully healed? It can be important to know these things, especially if we’re unconsciously reliving elements of traumas that don’t belong to us.

3. Tell your kids what you know about the traumas in your family.

Tell them the terrible things that happened to you and whatever you know about what happened to your parents and your grandparents. They could be the unwitting recipients of painful feelings from the past. When you tell them what tragedies smolder in the family history, it can come as a great relief to them—especially if they make the connection that they’ve been carrying what belongs to you or to your parents or grandparents.

I once worked with a guy who unconsciously attempted to atone for a murder his grandfather had committed. My client had attempted suicide three times. Finding himself still alive after the third attempt, he sought help. When I pointed out that he had been attempting to pay the ultimate price for crimes he never committed, he turned to me and said, “I don’t have to die? You mean it’s not me who needs to die?”

I’ve found that if we ignore the past, it can come back to haunt us. Yet when we explore it, we don’t always have to repeat it. We can break the cycle of suffering, so that our children can be free from having to live our pain in their lives.

Published in MIND BODY GREEN, June 13, 2016

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