Four Lineage Lines: A Launch Pad for Ancestral Connection
This is a recording of a prior ancestor allyship online course along with Downloadable PDF
This workshop is a guided meditation with expressive arts integration to explore your intuitive and epigenetic wisdom of your four primary lineage blood lines.
From this workshop with the support of protective guides (herbal allies from the land) you will journey backward in your bloodlines to identify two aspects: (1) overall wellness of the line and (2) overall influence of the line.
We will deepen our awareness of these aspects and accentuate the texture of these lines through visioning family dynamics, ancestral foods, smells, expressive arts, color association and form creation.
he flow will look like this:
Guided meditation, we work our way through the lines, making observations and utilizing the epigenetics and intuitive capacities to tune into both the Wellness on a scale of 1-10;
1-3, hungry ghost,
4-6 not yet elevated
7-10 elevated and bright shiny ancestor.
I will say here that most of my teachers have not describe hungry ghosts as bad dead people. Its more like, if you had an uncle in your life that you probably wouldn’t have babysit, then when this uncle is out of body, you probably would not call them into the crib space for taking care. Another thing to remember, is this work is geared towards helping our beloved ancestors shift into elevation and health! Change is possible, in a body or outside of a body! We have the blessing of being able to do this work.
The next assessment you will take is the level of influence of this line on your living family members. This looks like remembered patterns of oppression, or tendency for the family to have secrets, or even good influence like a commitment to creative expression or healing gifts passed on.
From there, we will make notes, explore any imagery like plants or ancestral foods or activities you saw the ancestors doing, or heard sounds and song and maybe even create an expressive arts image for each line pending our time.
The important thing is to trust your instinct. The more we practice, the more accurate we get, but we have to absolutely commit to an honest try so we can accurately see where we need improvement in this work or where we have been spot on.