What you Need to Know about Trauma and Cellular Memory

Trauma Nature Kinesiologist

As we all know, our body is made-up of cells, but what you may not realise is that each of these individual cells holds and records information like a memory – we call this cellular memory. This means that every impactful experience that we have been through is imprinted into our cells. This imprint is left not only in our mind or in our nervous system, but also in every single cell in our body.

When someone has been through emotional turmoil you may have heard the expression: “it hit me hard” or “ I felt it with every fibre of my being.” Even if you didn’t know that cells have a memory, intuitively, you probably realised that they do on an unconscious level. What we’re describing here in these expressions is the physical reaction when something deeply significant happens to us and we have a cellular response to it.

Cellular memory means that trauma can have a long lasting or even delayed affect on our body, even if we have “worked through” the trauma psychologically. Insomnia, IBS, inflammatory diseases and more can be as a result of cellular memory after trauma. However, manifestation of traumas varies from person to person. What they all have in common is the impact on our immune system and therefore our health.

Trauma is an embodied experience. It lives in people’s bones, veins, arteries, tissues, muscles and organs. It’s in their cells, hearts and souls.

Some traumas are an obvious result from past experience like any type of abuse from neglect to sexual abuse. There are also less obvious types of traumas, but these are still capable of locking depression, generalized anxiety, or disturbed sleep patterns in place. People often associate trauma with emotional disturbance but traumas can also be the result of physical injuries.

Most people don’t realise that trauma can be trans-generational transmitted, or even carried down in the bloodline. Trauma can remain stuck at cellular level for a very long time and it is possible it may never be released. But it is important to identify trauma so that it can be addressed in some way.

It is important to consider is that every individual is unique and thanks to this uniqueness healing process varies too.

There are many amazing modalities to help releasing traumas, all incredible in their own rights. People may go to therapy talk therapy, or they might go to church, nature or any activity that might support them during their journey.

My own 7-years intense healing work, particularly focused to strengthen my body after cancer, meant I was strong enough to face, 35 years after it happened, the immense emotional trauma experienced in watching my biological mother dying in front of my eyes at the age of 16, which in many ways I link to the breast cancer I developed. Since the realisation, cleansing through painful moments and quite a fair amount of tears, something has shifted in my body and my energy’s field and now I feel somehow at home in own body.

It is never too late to think about working on releasing trauma.

As a Systematic Kinesiologist, I am trained to help release stressful emotions, traumas, negative thought patterns and behaviours that are causing us to behave in ways that are holding us back from living in full brightness. Negative energy is trapped in our Cellular Memory and we must aim to remove and release it if we are to move forward and live full, healthy, energised, peaceful, happy lives.

If you would like to discuss trauma, or anything else discussed in this blog post, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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My week training in Geomancy and Earth Dowsing …….

July 2018 was the month I attended the most amazing week training in Geomancy and Earth Dowsing in order to understand earth energies and resolve issues in the environment. I appreciated first-hand how good clean harmonious energies can make the difference between doing and feeling poorly and blooming. It can affect your health, relationships and finances.

My husband and I were captivated by the enthusiasm, professional and personal transformation of our good friend and great energy worker Andre Sutherland, who attended the same course in 2017, and we decided it was something to be experience personally.

I had to wait a whole year, counting the months, the weeks and finally days that were separating me from this chapter to begin. Something inside was telling me it was going to be anything never experienced before and the waiting was full of excitement, frustration, joy and high expectations; event though I had no idea what was waiting for  me at the Ashdown Forest, East Sussex.

Adding to that, in my Kinesiology practice between 90 to 95% of my clients seem to be affected by Geopathic stress, EMF and/or Technostress and understanding better the issues and how to help them became almost imperative. To find out more about Geopathic stress and EMF please read  the blogs on my webpage “Geopathic stress – the link between Earth energy and our well-beinghttps://equilibriumvitae.net/contributor-of-the-month/april/ (by Andre Sutherland) and “Electromagnetic-frequencies-the-invisible-danger-to-our-health-and-wellbeing” https://equilibriumvitae.net/2018/01/30/electromagnetic-frequencies-the-invisible-danger-to-our-health-and-wellbeing/.

The whole week was spent sharing daily activities with a group of international students from the UK, Malesia, US and Switzerland and Jewels and Richards, our extremely knowledgeable and fun teachers, amidst the magic of Beech Hill Stone Circle.

We learned the grounding  theory and practice of dowsing the earth’s subtle energies such as ley lines, geopathic stress “black” or “sha” streams; drawing on the principles of Feng Shui, one of the most complete Geomantic systems still practiced and how to enhance the of quality of Qi (energy).

We discussed in more details Geophatic, EMF and Technostress and learned techniques to help reducing and neutralising these types of stresses such as avoidance, shield and curing.

We learned how to find Earth’s acupunctures points and geomantic rituals helping to heal, transform and manifest; how to design sacred spaces, cut wands, read auras, making incense and so much more.

We also visited different sites such as a 2,550 years old Yew tree, lakes and caves and a local village to read the Qi. We cleansed a couple’s property at the start of new chapter in their lives and dowsed another one for potential predecessor energies imprints as well as other type of energies that could have affected their new home.

The weather was merciful and permitted us to spend a lot of time outdoors, showering under the sky, enjoying live folk music by Jez Hellard & The Djukella Orchestra https://jezhellardthedjukellaorchestra.bandcamp.com/  around the campfire while watching the stars. We sat under the majestic trees on the fields cutting wands and re-energising in the stone circles while our nutritional needs were taken care of by Phil and Kay with delicious vegan recipes https://therawbuilder.co.uk/

There was a lot of sharing, laughing and crying around the fires under the ever present watchful eye of Nooo the Pomchi, the loving soul of Laika the German shepherd and Cricket the cat.

My heart fills with joy and gratitude every time I relive these memories in my mind. During these 7 days I was able to finally connect the dots of my life journey so far. It gave me more tools to help my clients with their health and I would highly recommend this intensive course to anyone with an inquisitive mind, anyone who feels an affinity to nature and those seeking different type of answers.

My deep gratitude goes to everyone that made this special week possible: my fellow students, Jewels and Richard, Phil and Kay, Russ, the Deers visiting us at night and all the ever present Spirits of Place.

I will never forget this experience, for it was transformational.

To know more about the place, the course and Jewels and Richard and their respective healing practices please visit https://www.landandspirit.net/