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, unworthiness), and to allow the opposite dynamics to be activated (hope, health, peace of mind, clarity, freedom, worthiness, happiness, belonging).
In simple terms, it is like turning on the light in a dark room, and knowing that acknowledging what happened in the past is a healing act in itself – and that is just a starting place. Healing our ancestry helps to bring peace to everyone impacted by those events, including ourselves and our loved ones.
$85 – the workshop plus a half hour Intuitive Reading with Mark
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Mark Mezadourian is an intuitive specializing in connecting with angels and guides. Accessing spirituality with heart-centered practicality is the goal of his work. Please visit his YouTube channel where there are free playlists to support empaths, healing, relaxation and building a relationship with the angels. For information on all events and intuitive readings, please visit www.markmezadourian.com.
Listen to a 19 minute radio show on this process.
Lifting the Pain of the Past
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?
What beliefs did they bring with them?
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.
Link to the New York Times article on the Armenian Genocide.