Welcome to my followers and social media peeps. I am descendant of Navajo, Sioux and Pioneers. I am a mother and grandmother. I believe that all paths lead to Spirit.
I’ve lived to learn from my sacred life lessons. Now I’d like to share my insights, strength and eternal hope with others. I believe that together we can light the way for each other.
What happened to me led to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from the age of six until I was correctly diagnosed at the age of 62 whereupon I participated in a treatment process called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and began to walk on the path to a new healthier me.
As I learn more about generational trauma, it leads me to wonder if my Navajo and Sioux indigenous, European and Oregon Trail Pioneer ancestry contributes to the generational trauma that I’ve lived with most of my life.
Is it possible that some of us are born with PTSD through generational trauma or past-life trauma? If so, would that not then make us especially susceptible to re-occurrence of PTSD through the slightest forms of altercations?
“We respect spirit. We respect Mother Earth. We come to an awareness that we are in this world together and we are truly one.” —Susan K. Daniels
My recent ancestry includes both Indigenous and European cultures. There could not be two more diverse cultures thrown together along with a very aggressive, money hungry government — not if someone sat down at a table and tried to bring it about by design.
Did this create a dark ball of past karmic energy carried deep inside by both cultures and all others that followed the similar paths over the last 500 years since the cultural collision began in this hemisphere? As I see it, everyone involved suffered.
Together all Americans both indigenous and immigrants can light the way on the path to heal our Spirits.
“We seek spiritually healthy solutions. We live in our solutions, not in the trauma of the past.” —Susan K. Daniels
One suggestion: here is a website of the International Council of the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. When I visit this website and read the posts, it gives me comfort and hope. Perhaps it will do the same for you.
Acknowledge the past, forgive the past, then move forward. Choose your path. All paths lead to the light.
What are the paths you choose to follow? Please share your path in the comments below.
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