Do you stop to think if something is right for your child just because it is the norm and accepted in society? Do you think about your childhood and wonder if it has damaged you? This video from my recent Melbourne healing event gives clear evidence of how fragile children’s experiences can be.
Trauma in hospitals
The video shows the impact of hospital visits, family traditions, and cultures that are not questioned. One of the volunteers named Wendy had Agoraphobia. Agoraphobia is a fear of being out in the open or in public, fear of being in an area with no easy escape, fear of being in unfamiliar places or a fear of leaving home.
Some people with agoraphobia have a fear of going out in public places while some people can’t leave their home at all. Others can only travel to familiar places like home and work.
Stress turns into Negative Conditions
Wendy also had thyroid cancer which left her extremely stressed and fearful. Wendy lost soul fragments from traumatic visits to the hospital. When her trauma was healed, her chronic stress levels diminished.
The second volunteer named Stacey was brought up in a Chinese family where hugging wasn’t warmly welcomed and not part of the culture. She also grew up without her father being present so he seemed like a stranger when he would come home after traveling for long periods for work. When the trauma, stress, and neglect were removed from Stacey’s childhood, her pain left her body. Stacey felt relieved for the first time in her life, and her shoulder pain was no longer present.
Childhood is the most impactful time in your life that determines the future of your health, finances, relationships, and career. If you are having difficulties as an adult, you will be able to trace the cause in your childhood.