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May 28, 2018

Genetic hereditary patterns, that we often do not recognize, can influence our lives in many ways. Many of the persistent negative emotions we feel such as heaviness, anxiety, worry, fear and depression, may be due to that ancestral patterning that we hold onto. In our podcast today, Lynne Taillefer and I discuss what it means to deal with ancestral patterning, how it can show up in our lives, and what it feels like once we release it. When we do this deep work, the wisdom we uncover can bring us from understanding and processing our lives on a gross level to a subtle level. Our sense of beingness becomes more and more grounded and we accept ourselves and others with so much more love and compassion. The more we do this work of ancestral healing as a global culture, the more we will help our descendants heal and see change in future generations.   


What you’ll get out of tuning in:

  • Why is it so important to process and digest our past experiences?
  • How to process ancestral healing
  • Can ancestral healing affect our DNA?


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Show Highlights:

  • 1:10- Lynn tells us her story and about the death of her father and how she is currently working through this ancestral healing.
  • 18:15 - We all think our ancestral healing is personal, but it isn’t! We all go through it. We talk about the process of ancestral healing being an identity evolution and loving the process in order to let it go.
  • 26:30 - Where does your intuition bring you? Slow down as emotions arise to allow them to surface and to be present.  And in this presence, the light of awareness digests it. Feel the emotions of ancestral healing and then notice how deep, heavy feelings start to change.


Favorite Quotes:

  • “Heal for humanity.” -Cate Stillman
  • “Detoxification is so much less about how clean your liver is and so much more about how awake we are and how free we are.” -Cate Stillman
  • “We have to love it to let it release. We have to love it to let it go.” - Cate Stillman


Guest BIO:

Lynne Taillefer, A.K.A. Mama Lynne lives in Québec, Canada  with her husband and their two young boys. She offers educational yoga and Ayurvedic workshops for yoga instructors and Yoga Teacher Trainings, who wish to deepen and continue their evolution as teachers and students. Lynne is a Certified Yoga Health Coach and she teaches an 11 week course as well as a 7 month Yoga Immersion course to help revitalize and rejuvenate other mothers and their families.