Intergenerational Inherited Trauma Might Motivate You To Better Manage Your Stress JP Sears



Intergenerational trauma is not spoken of as often as it should be. It’s easy for us to understand and accept that we can inherit certain physical characteristics that are expressed in our genes. However, the traumas that you experience throughout the course of your life also influence genetic expression. For this reason, traumas and their effects on the mind and body can be passed on genetically from generation to generation.

If you recognize that you are constantly in a defensive or self-protecting posture when interacting with people, it could be due to the intuition that your body experiences as a result of past traumas that don’t belong to you. Intergenerational trauma can also be experienced in the awareness of the emotional healing needed to become fulfilled and self-aware. No matter how much we take on traumas to shelter our loved ones from stressors and traumas, if we don’t address those stressors and their emotional ties within us, we are in fact only displacing it for later generations to work through.

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