Releasing and Resolving the trans-generational wounding of our past
Welcome to our healing retreat, where we offer a transformative experience for those looking to heal from ancestral wounds. Our retreat provides a safe and supportive environment where you can explore your emotions and experiences, and begin to release the patterns that have been holding you back.
Coming to our healing hereditary hurts workshop will allow you to focus on addressing the hereditary hurts that have been passed down through generations. “Hereditary Hurts” refers to the emotional and psychological wounds that have been, often unintentionally and unconsciously, inherited from our ancestors.
Are you struggling with unresolved trauma or negative self-talk that you feel has been inherited from your family? Do you find yourself dealing with the same patterns of behavior and communication that your ancestors did? Are you unable to break free? Do you see similar patterns in the next generation that you did in previous generations? Are you stuck in your own personal therapeutic work and can’t seem to break through that wall?
Join us for a transformative experience where we will dive deep into these issues and provide you with the experience, tools, and support you need to heal. Finally find the freedom you seek!
Our retreat will utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities, including experiential group work, Psychodrama, Sociometry, experiential psycho education, sacred ritual, expressive arts, yoga meditation, sound bath, mindfulness practices, and community support. You will have the opportunity to work with experienced therapists who specialize in addressing hereditary hurts, and who can provide personalized guidance and support.
This group work can help you develop a deeper sense of self-awareness and connect with your inner wisdom. Our workshop is designed to be a safe and supportive environment where you can explore your emotions and experiences, and begin to release the patterns that have been holding you back.
Through our retreat, you will gain a sense of empowerment and resilience that will help you navigate the challenges of daily life with greater ease and clarity. You will learn how to break free from negative thought patterns and develop healthier ways of relating to yourself and others. You will develop a deeper sense of connection to yourself, your family, and the world around you. You will be better able to inhabit your body and your story with greater space and grace.
Join us for a life-changing experience that will help you heal from the hereditary hurts that have been holding you back.
Registration does not include
Next couple's Retreat is
May 19-24 2023
LIMITED to 10 couples
Located near Salt Lake City in a cozy retreat setting.
Next Personal Growth Retreat is
July 6-11 2023
LIMITED to 18 Participants
Located near Salt Lake City in a cozy retreat setting.
Healing ancestral trauma is a process of addressing the emotional and psychological wounds that have been inherited from our ancestors. These traumas can come in many different forms, including unresolved trauma, negative self-talk, and unhealthy coping mechanisms. When left unaddressed, they can have a significant impact on our lives, shaping our beliefs, behaviors, and relationships.
The first step in healing ancestral trauma is to recognize that it exists. Many of us may have grown up with a sense of unexplained pain or discomfort, without understanding where it comes from. We may have experienced patterns of behavior or communication that were passed down through generations, without realizing their origins. Acknowledging the existence of ancestral trauma can be a powerful first step towards healing.
The next step is to explore our family history and understand how it has impacted our lives. This may involve speaking with family members, researching our ancestry, or reflecting on our own experiences. Through this process, we can gain a deeper understanding of the traumas that have been passed down through generations, and how they have impacted our own lives. It is also important to know that if, for whatever reason, we can't explore our family history directly we can do so indirectly and Psychodramatically.
Once we have identified the traumas that exist within our family history, we can begin to work on healing them. This may involve working with trained therapists, who can help us work through unresolved emotions or trauma. It may also involve engaging in mindfulness practices, such as meditation or yoga, which can help us develop a deeper awareness of our thoughts and emotions.
One important aspect of healing ancestral trauma is developing a sense of self-compassion. We may have grown up with self-critical or negative self-talk, which can be a result of the traumas that have been passed down through generations. Learning to treat ourselves with kindness and compassion is a critical part of healing from these wounds.
Another important aspect of healing ancestral trauma is developing healthy mechanisms and communication skills that we can share with our loved ones. We may have learned unhealthy ways of coping with stress or conflict from our ancestors, such as avoidance or aggression. Learning healthy ways of coping, such as setting boundaries or practicing self-care, can help us break free from these patterns.
Finally, it’s important to remember that healing ancestral trauma is an ongoing process. It’s not something that can be achieved overnight, but rather a journey that requires patience, compassion, and self-care. As we progress on this journey, we may find that we experience setbacks or challenges, but with the right support and tools, we can continue to move forward towards healing.
In conclusion, healing ancestral trauma is a powerful journey towards understanding and healing the emotional and psychological wounds that have been passed down through generations. By acknowledging the existence of these traumas, exploring our family history, and developing healthy coping mechanisms and communication skills, we can break free from patterns of pain and suffering that have been holding us back. It’s a journey that requires patience, compassion, and self-care, but with the right tools and support, it’s a journey that is worth taking.
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This personal growth workshop will utilize a variety of experiential techniques aimed at unleashing and resolving the wounds of the past. These will include multi-modal experiential group work, Psychodrama, Sociometry, and experiential psycho education. Additional adjunctive services will include mindfulness practices, such as sound bath, meditation, and yoga.
These powerful methods can help individuals become more self-aware and develop a deeper understanding of their emotions and thought patterns so participants are free to engage and develop healthier ways of responding to stress and conflict. Here you will turn a legacy of pain into a legacy of freedom.
Finally, seeking support from a trusted community can be helpful in healing hereditary hurts. Surrounding oneself with individuals who understand and empathize with their own experiences can provide a sense of belonging and validation. The group in and of itself becomes the healing container for this transformative process.
So often we are longing for accountability and validation from those who hurt us and have found that is simply not possible for a variety of reasons. This workshop will allow you to receive the accountability and validation you’ve been longing for in order to experience release and freedom. Healing these hurts does not require anyone else’s participation of permission, it simply requires you to show up and jump in.
Hurt is not stagnant it is either being groomed and grown or released and resolved. This transformative workshop is designed to impact previous generations as well as the generations to come. While we stand in our own story the work we do has lasting impact.
Overall, healing hereditary hurts requires a willingness to acknowledge and address patterns of behavior and communication that have been passed down through generations. With the right resources and support, individuals can break free from these patterns and develop healthier ways of living and relating to others.