Lifting the Pain of the Past – An Angelic Clearing of Ancestral Harm (Genocide, War, Slavery & Dislocation)
Sunday, February 28th from 12:30pm to 1:30pm at Aum and Garden – $10 Donation
Listen to a 19 minute radio show on this process.
How, when and why did your family come to America? Did they come here by choice? Did they flee from violence or a natural calamity? What did they leave behind? Whether you are conscious of it or not, the pain of your ancestors’ story is within you. That pain can be released.
Here is my experience: In 1915, my three great uncles were shot and killed in the Armenian Genocide. For most of my life, I thought that that event had no impact on me whatsoever, as it happened to other people in another time. Yet, I always felt anxious and didn’t know why. When that anxiety became overwhelming in 1998, I suddenly recognized that the trauma from 1915 was in every cell in my body. The beliefs I held about my safety were in opposition to the life I wanted to live. Over time, I learned that we are not here to suffer, healing is possible, and that we honor our ancestors by thriving.
The goal of this gathering is twofold: To clear the pain within us that was passed down from our ancestors, and to create the conditions for us to thrive in the present. We will do this by working with angels to heal the result of the harm done (anxiety, fear, anger, grief, guilt, shame), and to bring peace to everyone impacted by those events.
In this ten step process, you will:
– Establish a safe space to work in with Archangel Michael.
– Individualize your energy.
– Honor your ancestor’s experience. Honor your experience.
– Acknowledge the impact of the past on your present life.
– Move that energy out of your body, using safe and powerful techniques.
– Forgive everyone involved (victims, perpetrators, witnesses & survivors).
– Clear every part of your being (body, mind, spirit and emotions).
– Create a new foundation of peace, wholeness, wellness and love.
– Listen to your angels and ancestors.
– Gratefully pave the way for an empowered future.
$10 Donation at the door.
Link to the New York Times article on the Armenian Genocide
Are you not sure what experience your ancestors went through? Here is a simple starting place: What brought your family to America? Where they escaping something, like a war, a genocide, a famine or persecution? Were they forcibly removed from their homelands, like Africans citizens stolen to be slaves? Or had your family lived here peacefully in America only to find world events leading to persecution, like the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II? Were they escaping from punishment for acts they committed?
My Great Uncles, Avadis, Hygop and Hygas. In 1915, they were taken from the family house by Turkish soldiers and shot the next day. My grandmother, who was six years old, remembered the knock on the door. Avadis was 27, Hygop 31 and Hygas 19. This is the only photo that survived from that time, likely taken several years before 1915. It is very small and torn – they left their home with nothing. My great-grandparents, Reteos and Nazalie, are below the brothers.