How family history can effect your health
In recent years there has been an increasing interest in people researching their family history. It is also becoming more acceptable in the scientific community, although it is not yet fully understood, that our ancestors have contributed quite considerably to our own health and wellbeing and that of future generations.
We are unknowingly deeply affected by our ancestors’ lives. Their history is written in every cell of our bodies, and much of our character and personality traits may have also been influenced by them. To understand how our family history may be affecting us, we need to understand how human life is created, not just from a biological perspective but also from an energetic point of view.
When we are conceived, our ancestors’ physical features and emotional patterns are not only programmed into our genetic makeup, but also our energy system. Their life experiences, memories, emotional pain, health problems and even addictions can be passed down to us and carried forward to future generations which, over time, may develop into physical and emotional symptoms.
Going back to basics
It we look at how life is created, human life begins when the egg is fertilized by sperm, but energetically it is created when the opposite energies of yin and yang meet. The father’s yang energy joins with the yin energy of the mother. This makes the spark that creates light, which is the original light of creation that is carried within us throughout our lives.
Human conception is a re-creation of the original light created at the birth of the universe. From light, particles of matter began to form and, billions of years later, we have a universe teeming with life. Life, therefore, at its most fundamental level is light, energy and vibration. It is the movement and harmonious relationship of yin and yang where body, mind and spirit coexist as one.
One of Science’s most fundamental laws is the First Law of Thermodynamics, which states that energy cannot be created or destroyed. All matter is made up of atoms and the human being is a complex arrangement of atoms that ultimately can never be destroyed.
Life is the union of spirit, mind and body that we can compare to water in its three states of solid, liquid and gas. The atoms that combine to make water never disappear, they merely vibrate at different frequencies. When we die our physical body returns to the earth but our spirit remains, like the gaseous state of water, invisible and eternal. Both solid and liquid can melt and evaporate, but the hydrogen and oxygen atoms never disappear.
Body, Mind and Spirit
Our spirit is our original state, it is the light created at conception. This light, which is our true self, connects us to the universe and supports mind and body.
The mind, which creates our thoughts and emotions, is the link between the spirit and body. According to our state of mind during our life our spirit becomes brighter or darker and our health improves or degenerates. Death is the separation of our spirit and body, when our mind ceases to function as the connection between the two.
When we die we merely leave our body behind, and our mind and spirit become one. Therefore the state of our mind at the end of our life, determines the eternal brightness of our spirit.
Family Wellness Courses
The initial foundation course consists of five sessions, known as ceremonies, over a four week period. Each ceremony lasts an hour and a half and takes place in the Semtu, a room filled with highly charged Qi.
Every ceremony has an arrangement of food, fruit, flowers and rice. This is an offering to show respect and gratitude to the source, nature and ancestors. It is prepared with dedication and love to show gratitude for the healing of our family and ancestors.
Chants are used throughout the ceremony to connect to the frequency of Qi, in order for healing to take place. The leading practitioner will then use specific chants to transmit energy to heal the ancestors. A short meditation completes the ceremony.
Family branches diagram
Throughout the course our practitioners are always available to support and guide you as well as give weekly treatments.
There are different types of Family Wellness courses available and a consultation with a Senior practitioner will help you identify which course is best suited to you.