Tuesday, March 13, 2018

The Impact of Childhood Trauma on Adult Health

The Impact of Childhood Trauma on Adult Health
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
A fascinating topic of late is energy medicine. While our traditional medical models have organized the human into segregated compartments, focusing on the physical and treating each category in a vacuum of sorts, recent approaches are becoming more holistic in nature.

On the leading edge of this more holistic medicine is the concept that we are actually vibratory beings – our physicality forming around the frequency information provided by our genetic makeup.

There is also evidence that our DNA is not only a frequency code, but this code can be disrupted by many things, emotional including trauma.

It would follow that if our genetic code can be altered by trauma, it impacts the entire person, rather than just the emotional realm, since the genetic code dictates the entire structure.

Is the formation of our adult body impacted by the frequency compromise obtained through childhood trauma?

For that matter, is the disrupted genetic code passed on to future generations?

Once a frequency code is compromised, and with it the genetic information, what effect does it have on our physical health?

Once compromised, can we correct the frequency, or are we doomed to live and pass on the damaged coding?

With us this hour to explore this fascinating topic is Niki Gratrix. Niki is the author of “The Seven Steps to Healing Childhood Emotional Trauma,” an award-winning nutritional therapist, bio-energetic and psychology practitioner, and co-founder of one of the largest mind-body clinics in integrative medicine in the UK. She has spoken on over 20 online health summits and been the keynote speaker at live conferences internationally. She writes regularly for a range of health magazines in both the UK and the US.
Her website: Niki-GRatrix.com

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