How can you help change the world?

If you, like so many others, are wondering what you can do to help humanity find its way through these strange and transformative times — especially if your skill-set doesn’t include inventing new ways to adapt to climate change or running for political office — Ancestral Healing is something you can do to help.

Our current world’s condition is the culmination of centuries of built-up, unhealed traumas and our ancestors are clamoring to us to help right their wrongs, before it’s too late. 

It’s time for The Shift Network’s fourth annual Ancestral Healing Summit, a free online event from January 18-21. 

Many of us are finding that this powerful and important work is exactly what we’re here to do. We are, as Heather Dane calls us, Generational Pattern Shifters. We feel an urge … we hear a calling … to work with our ancestors to heal not just our own dysfunctional family patterns, but global damage done to and by generations past in the forms of plagues, diasporas, holocausts, slavery, colonization, wars and other extreme traumas that are still causing ripple effects today.

You can register for free here.

This year’s summit includes powerful conversations with luminaries like Thomas Hübl, Sandra Ingerman, Christina Pratt and Jill Purce. We discuss the big picture and our places in it, and what our contributions to global healing can be.

Even more conversations include practical tools we can use to communicate with our ancestors to ask for their help and work with them, hand in hand.

Shelley Kaehr talks about generational regression, which is similar to past-life work, except that we can be regressed into ancestral storylines. Masami Covey shares how our bodies demonstrate ancestral traumas, and how to interpret the stories they’re trying to tell us. Kelly Sullivan Walden offers an excellent method of tapping into ancestral messages via our dreams.

Carrie Paris offers a practice using phases of the moon to release ancestral family patterns, and Nancy Hendrickson talks about how we can use the Tarot to divine messages directly from Spirit, and our kin, to help us along our path. Fern Vuchinich and Christina Caudill both offer information about how astrology can help us dig in to our stories and untangle snarled webs.

Dr. Velma Love offers a beautiful and empowering reframing of the experience of enslaved peoples. Liza Miron discusses the repercussions we are all feeling due to generations of our grandmothers experiencing painful loss of pregnancies and difficult childbirths, and Langston Kahn offers a perspective on healing the “father wound”.

Ancestral Healing is breathtaking in its scope — once you’ve experienced the power of this work, you’ll never look at life the same way. You can see for yourself when you register for the event and check out the power-packed lineup of speakers for this year’s Summit. I promise, you’ll be glad that you did. And, it really is free to watch while the Summit is live. The only cost is if you purchase the upgrade package to add this collection, and its gorgeous selection of bonuses, to your digital library.

I do hope you’ll join us for The Ancestral Healing Summit, a FREE online event from January 18-21. I’ll see you there!

Lisa Bonnice is an award-winning, best-selling author whose “day job” is as a Program Host at The Shift Network, where she hosts summits on ancestral healing, life after death, and intuition and medicine.

Her current passion-project is a series of metaphysical comedy novels. The first is entitled The Poppet Master (previously published as Be Careful What You Witch For!, now revamped and with a new ending). The Poppet Master is a modern-day fairy tale about Lola Garnett, a bored housewife and office drone who wakes up with unexpected psychic abilities, and no instruction manual, and Twink, the reluctant, sarcastic faery assigned to assist and educate her. The Poppet Master is available wherever books are sold. Its sequel is in the works.

Lisa is also writing The Maxwell Curse, a fictionalized version of a story she found in her own ancestral lineage about a witch trial, a generational curse, and massive mine explosion, all of which left ripples of destruction in their wake, devastating one family’s tree.

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