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I saw this on Mercola.com today:<br><br>
The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study is an ongoing research project which is perhaps the largest scientific research study of its kind. Its purpose it to analyze the relationship between multiple categories of childhood trauma and health and behavioral outcomes later in life.<br><br><a href="http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2008/1/17/scientific-proof-that-your-childhood-traumas-are-a-major-factor-in-your-all-your-illnesses.aspx" target="_blank">Scientific Proof that Your Childhood Traumas are a MAJOR Factor in Your All Your Illnesses</a><br><br>
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It is good to see Mercola talking about Dr Hamer's work. The more people know about Dr Hamer the more we will take back our power from the medical establishment. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/thumb.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="thumbs up">
 

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Very cool. I sent my mother some info on him when she was first diagnosed. Go Mercola!<br><br>
I often wonder what it means when the same type of cancer appears in different generations. Is it actual trauma, or is it the original person's trauma encoded in the genes? Of course most everyone has trauma of their own, don't get me wrong. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/eyesroll.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="roll"> I just find this theory so interesting when it manifests throughout families....I know I carry things in my genes from at least as far back as my grandfather that I have had to release. This is one of the reasons I think family soul work is so important.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Very cool. I sent my mother some info on him when she was first diagnosed. Go Mercola!<br><br>
I often wonder what it means when the same type of cancer appears in different generations. Is it actual trauma, or is it the original person's trauma encoded in the genes? Of course most everyone has trauma of their own, don't get me wrong. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/img/vbsmilies/smilies/eyesroll.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="roll"> I just find this theory so interesting when it manifests throughout families....I know I carry things in my genes from at least as far back as my grandfather that I have had to release. This is one of the reasons I think family soul work is so important.</div>
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Here is how <i>I</i> have come to understand those genetic traits, FWIW! DNA is the body's hard drive, when two people create a baby, the new being dowloads the hard drives (DNA) from both parents. This information can be ulitized or not, as is the case with programs on a computer, you can choose to open it or never touch it. If it is a soul's purpose to ulitize this "issue", (karma) then situations will arise which will have the soul open the program. I also believe, if we work through these issues we can "delete" these programs from our hard drive (DNA) and they won't be passed on to future generations.
 

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I agree. I use energy medicine for that specific reason <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"> Have you ever looked at hte Seemorg Matrix work? <a href="http://www.seemorgmatrix.org/" target="_blank">http://www.seemorgmatrix.org/</a><br>
It seems like it would be another effective way to release trauma. I love TAT for that as well. I think what appeals to me about that is that you son't have to "hunt down" the trauma in order to release it, you know?<br><br>
So it seems like what you are saying amounts to genetic potential vs. genetic expression. Interesting. I wonder if there is a karmic reason to the timing of things? That the expressions will manifest concurrently to solutions being offered....kind of like poison ivy always growing with jewel weed? The problem is actively being brought to the surface because someone or something in that time is able to heal that specific imbalance...<br><br>
You have to wonder if that is why it feels like there are so many issues nowadays. Maybe it's a testament to how ready we are for an energetic shift.
 

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Arthur Janov wrote a great book called, The Biology of Love, that talks about how early trauma is stored in the energy body as repressed - or un-felt pain and how it directly effects the physical body.<br>
It's really fascinating.
 

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I was actually coming to post about a specific childhood trauma that happened to my ds1 that still haunts me 2 years later. I was going to start a new thread, but since it is related, I thought I'd post it here.<br><br>
Ds1 had a barium enema done to investigate his chronic constipation at age 4. it was AWEFUL, and something I would never repeat. To this day I feel as if I let my child be raped, while I sat in the room next door (dh took him in as I was pregnant). How does a mother heal/reconcile this for her child, who was traumatized by the event? Of course we have talked about it here and there, and I explained why we thought it necessary, etc, but i still do not feel closure on the experience. I have also vowed that we would never again do any invasive medical procedure without his full prior knowledge. It scares me to think about the kind of trauma footprint I gave him through this incident.
 
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