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How Releasing Ancestral Trauma Heals Your Genetic Lineage

October 21, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

FREE!

Generational Healing™ Introduction & Demonstration with Crystal Rasmussen – Sat. Oct. 21st

1:00pm — FREE!

Every family holds pain, sadness, guilt, shame and beliefs that don’t support the person you are today. Releasing these inherited patterns that are passed on generationally frees you to express and experience who you are now.

What if you learned that the pain in your back, your knee, the physical weight that you carry or the constant headaches are due to an ancestor’s unhealed trauma that your genetics still carry? That would be a revolutionary breakthrough and a relief in understanding where the source of your physical, mental or emotional pain comes from. Scientists now understand how the genetics of your ancestors affect your physical, emotional and mental behavior and patterns. Trauma experienced by earlier generations can influence the structure of our genes, making them more likely to “switch on” negative responses to stress and trauma. Hormones and glands at any age can be affected by past abuse and trauma. You inherit these genes from your ancestors, they can cause you to struggle emotionally, mentally or physically today with issues. These experiences can be healed.

Join Generational Healer™ and Soul Therapist Crystal Rasmussen for a free Generational Healing™ Demonstration Saturday, October 21 at Barjon’s Books at 1 p.m. Volunteers from the audience will have the opportunity to be selected to receive a Generational Healing™ as part of the demonstration.
Private healing sessions are also available in Billings during scheduled days.  If you have questions, contact Crystal at 406-489-0445 or email crystal@soultherapyschool.com. You may also find more information at her website at www.CrystalRasmussen.com

Details

Date:
October 21, 2017
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Cost:
FREE!

Organizer

Crystal Rasmussen

Venue

Barjon’s Bookstore
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