Period:Dec 9, 2023 - Dec 10, 2023
Number of Sessions:2
Days of week
- Understand the concept of genomic imprinting and its role in gene expression, including how epigenetic changes influence genetic functioning and can contribute to intergenerational trauma.
- Explore the theory of intergenerational trauma and its implications for inherited genetic changes, recognizing how trauma experiences can be transmitted across generations through epigenetic modifications.
- Learn the principles and techniques of Genetic Trauma Recoding, a sound frequency-based modality that induces theta brain state and facilitates access to altered states of consciousness for perceiving the client's genetic inheritance through their electromagnetic field.
- Develop and enhance extrasensory perception abilities, including retrocognition, precognition, and proprioception, to access the Akashic Sound dimension and receive genetic trauma information during the healing process.
- Gain an understanding of the role of the subconscious mind in storing emotions, events, archetypes, and defense mechanisms that contribute to epigenetic changes, and how these factors can be recalled and addressed through the Genetic Trauma Recoding methodology.
- Acquire skills in assisting clients in recalling genetic trauma experiences and connecting them to current physiological, emotional, or mental issues, both conscious and unconscious, through conveying perceived information of their genetic experiences.
- Learn and apply verbal, written, and somatic releasing techniques to support clients in integrating and recoding their genetic inheritance, facilitating healing and transformation.
- Cultivate ethical practices and maintain appropriate boundaries as a practitioner of Genetic Trauma Recoding, ensuring the well-being and safety of clients throughout the healing process.