On the path of awakening or Spiritual Ascension, the first stages for spiritual healing include emotional and mental body clearing of these accumulated soul memories that are recorded from both the patriarchal and matriarchal lineages of a person’s family and origin. When we observe trauma events and behaviours from current and past timelines, we can choose to heal these patterns through unconditional love and forgiveness in order to heal these cellular memories in our body and remove the blockages and negative effects they create. The process of active conscious participation with addressing emotional, mental, and spiritual clearing phases is called Genetic Pathcutting.

What is a Genetic Pathcutter?

A Genetic Pathcutter is an incarnation of a soul that comes into being to rewrite corrupted biological and DNA imprints. Each specific incarnation contract requires various levels of ancestral clearing which releases old cellular patterns held within current and higher dimensions simultaneously.

What is Ancestral Clearing?

Ancestral clearing is a type of energy healing based on the belief that what our ancestors did during their lives, creates some sort of energy grid that affects their descendants’ happiness, health, prosperity, and relationships. Ancestral clearing can transform the negative energy created by our ancestors so that it no longer blocks our progress in this or future lives.

Childhood Trauma | Early Ego | Identity Development

Our chakra system functions in layers.  Similar to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, the lower chakras must be properly developed and functioning in order for the higher chakras to develop correctly. Each stage builds upon the previous one, carrying the distortion of a failed challenge to the next stage, affecting how we are able to handle it, and thus, how our psyche forms. The chakra system forms in just the same way and in a similar timeline.  By looking at each of these life stages, we can see where our energy became blocked in that chakra and move toward healing and reforming that energy system.

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

As infants, we are born into the first chakra. 

The Root Chakra is associated with the colour red and is the first task we undertake after birth, and that is to determine “Do I belong here?” …on this Earth and in this family system. It is not a conceptual question based on (thinking) cognition. It is instinctual.

This is the chakra that controls our animal nature and is governed by the predominant survival sense of smell, then taste. This is the very primitive sensing of the world that a newborn infant engages in, commonly called “rooting” as the baby, through its mouth and sense of smell, turns her/his head, ’rooting’ around, and sensing her/his way to food. Over time if this primal survival need is met, the infant will move directly to the object without searching. and the infant found his/her first primitive affirmation that he/she does belong in this world and that survival will be supported.

When you consider psychologist Erik Erickson’s stages of development, the first stage—trust versus mistrust—is closely related to Root chakra development. As an infant, if your caregivers consistently provided you with what you needed to survive (food, water, love, affection, and emotional calm), then you felt secure in the world.   You felt that the world was a place that could be trusted to provide for your basic needs. However, if your environment was chaotic and/or caregivers emotionally unavailable to you and/or if your caregivers withheld, delayed, or were inconsistent in giving you what you needed, then you will lack trust and security, and may find yourself with Root chakra imbalance or blockages. Whether or not you feel secure now is significantly impacted by how safe you felt as a small child.

As we develop naturally without trauma, we should pass through the remaining chakras.

The sacral chakra, also knowns as the second chakra, is located two inches below your belly button and is represented by the colour orange. “This chakra governs your emotions, your creativity, sensitivity, sexuality, intimacy, emotional well-being, and self-expression.

The Solar Plexus, or Manipura, refers to the third chakra. It spins in the area around the abdomen above the belly button up to the breastbone. Meaning “lustrous gem” in Sanskrit, the Manipura chakra provides a source of personal power and relates to self-esteem, warrior energy, and the power of transformation.

And so it goes through each Chakra.

The effects and Imprints of Separation

It is well known that the seven most painful imprints of separation that impact the socially oppressed human beings are:

1. Unworthiness / 2. Shame / Guilt 3. Lack of Trust / Self Doubt 4. Betrayal / Abandonment 5. Anger / Rage 6. Fear 7. Entrapment / Enslavement.

These traumas deeply embed themselves in the first 3 chakras and are not easily cleared through simple mantras or chakra cleansing exercises.  While we cannot choose our caregivers at such a young age, we can heal and acknowledge that aspect of our lives with deep inner work.  As long as the energy in our root chakra is blocked from consistent negative experiences in our infancy, then any work done on additional chakras will not be as beneficial.

Silent Weapons and Social Engineering

In short, the goal of Social Engineering is to exploit the subconscious of particularly vulnerable social groups and to instill emotional dependence onto those who have accumulated the most wealth and power. This gives the dominant party full control, allocating all resources available away from the very people who need them the most.

Social Engineering is a type of Mind Control that seeks to manipulate people so that their specific social structure can be exploited by misinformation that is used to take control of their behaviours. The primary method is applied via bullying, intimidation, and deception tactics through controlling perception and by generating personal or mass fears, real or imagined in their targets.

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The Mother and Child Diad

The bond of mother and child diad extends far beyond the experience of motherhood. When the relationship between a mother and her children is promoted in multiple negative enforced identities dominated by patriarchy. The mother-child diad is devalued in many cultures, being a child-bearer or breeder entails a largely degraded and unpaid, denying women their full dignity and potential as human beings.

In regards to child adoption and other forms of trauma-inducing social constructs, matriarchy is designed primarily to serve the interests of patriarchy to provide a successor or an heir while still servicing their own egocentric needs to be seen fulfilling the role. If affected by unresolved traumas such as infertility, women participate in creating a new subclass of marginalized and oppressed people, ie: Adoptees. Their self-serving needs force the creation of predictive programming, this is a subtle form of psychological conditioning and targeting of the subconscious with coded words and low frequencies, to enforce control.

Somehow there is an underground market for loosh, Moloch-driven energies that subconsciously surface through current day social experiments such as adoption and child trafficking. If you don’t believe such things exist, you just have to look at what is going on in the world. The baby scoop era is exactly what it sounds like. Both Ireland and Canada have had thousands of infants murdered in the very institutions that were meant to protect them.

I could go on for ages, especially now that Gov. Greg Abbott has signed into law one of the nation’s strictest abortion measures, banning the procedure as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.  The new law is considered one of the most extreme nationwide and the strictest in Texas since the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. This will have major implications in regards to forcing women into have their babies and putting them up for adoption.

“Our creator endowed us with the right to life and yet millions of children lose their right to life every year because of abortion,” Abbott said in a bill signing ceremony, captured on videos posted on social media.

Important Points Regarding our “Right to Life”

The current social “unicorn” narrative of adoption as it stands today does not align itself with the majority of lived experiences of adoptees. Being taken from a birth mother is THE WORST trauma a human being can experience.

Adoptees live their whole lives with the symptoms of C-PTSD and PTSD from the primal wound which leaves them with a debilitating fear of rejection and abandonment.

When a person has not had the opportunity to create or develop their core true self from birth, they have no sense of who they really are and what provides meaning and connection in their life. As a result, their first identity is marked null and void and a new official false identity is created where the new birth certificate not only gives them a new name but also states their adoptive parents are biological. This is the identity adoptees live with, a fractured identity where a fear-based belief system based on separation is immediately programmed and hardwired into their neurology at birth then reinforced by society’s unwillingness to listen to their experiences. Effectively brushed off because of the belief that they won’t remember. True our frontal cortex may not remember the trauma but our limbic system certainly does.

We are stripped of all reference of our inner child, we instinctively feel the missing role of a biological and spiritual ethnically connected parent. Our trauma radiates the need for protection and support. Without the connection to this instinctual love and kindness, our hearts tell us, how we now exist in a world of separation. Leaving us extremely vulnerable, drawing in people who are all too willing to bypass having to deal with their own biological trauma and use us as a form of personal healing. It is possible to raise a healthy adoptee, but to do so, adoptive parents must be willing to embrace their individual stories. Even the parts that challenge their deepest insecurities such as infertility.

Medically Speaking

Even if, as infants, we had the ability to remember the separation, the trauma is so severe that the memory would be repressed.

During pregnancy, specifically, mothers mistreated in institutions prior to birth faced unfathomable cruelty, that is only now being acknowledged! The stress and trauma in facing the prospect of losing their baby for life their own unique trauma both affects them deeply for life and also mutates the pregnant mothers Mitochondrial DNA and in turn the babies. Lead (Pb) crosses the placenta and can cause oxidative stress, which introduces reduced fetal growth, biological and neurological problems that follow the child for life.

What Can You Do?

For the world to continue to love and protect vulnerable babies, we need to make things right, put an end to all trauma and mistreatment, and bring unconditional love and protection to their experiences. Radiate feelings from your deepest heart, let their inner child know they are eternally loved eternally protected, and eternally supported by you by accepting their truth of experiences without a doubt. Even if it means having empathy to the fact that adoptees have the right to view their truth of believing that they would have been better off aborted. So with every cell of your body, fill yourself with the deep warmth, comfort, and peace adoptees in a soft blanket of unconditional love and kindness, so they feeling completely validated, safe, secure, loved, and protected, feeling the earth able to hold them in its consciousness.

It’s extremely important to understand how these timelines work, when these aspects of our Inner Child or self fragment, souls are splintered through timelines, especially when deep wounds are left unresolved and unhealed. These traumas create holes and tears in emotional physical and psychological well-being. It’s obvious to the people who hold compassion that these experiences create unresolved issues on the astral plane while perpetuating unhealthy attachments on this one.

Any Wonder Why Adoptees Think “It’s Not Worth It”

To get to the root of the issues, we ALL have to see the situation for what it is, then handle it so that it doesn’t keep showing up in other forms. Admit their life’s journey is not like any other before. Ultimately allowing the vulnerable to get their life and soul identity back. Allow them to cut their own path even if it means wading through our collective muddied egos on their way back to their true self.  

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