Do you remember a time when you felt the gripping fear that literally froze you in your tracks?
Well, I have many moments that I remember, and those moments can compromise your overall wellbeing.
Think about every fearful memory you have. You probably have many that have built on one-another over time.
And now, there are even studies showing there is a great chance that we even inherit some of them.
I believe that to be true.
What if fear or phobias could be passed on to the next generations?
I was reading an article recently supporting that thought.
It is a study where mice were taught to fear something they wouldn’t typically have a problem with. They were given mild electric foot shocks every time cherry blossom odor was introduced to them until they would respond with fear.
Later the same mice were bred and their offspring showed the same fear behavior when the odor was present, even though they weren’t initially shocked.
If this runs the same way in humans, many things make more sense to me.
It is no wonder we have an over-exaggerated fear in situations that should be mild.
Think about it…
If we have generations of our ancestor’s fears contributing to our normal responses it all comes together.
That’s a huge amount of the stress on you. Not only do you have the experiences from your own life, but your family line going back, who knows how many generations.
I for one am so grateful to have tools like The Healing Codes to be able to reduce the stress, those lifetimes of memories can cause.
It is so important to clear as much stress out of our lives as we are able to be healthy.
It’s for your own wellbeing and possibly for your future children.