Another interesting exercise would be to analyze the age on which your ancestors have lived a traumatic event. It also has a tendency of being repeated through generations in an identical or camouflaged way. For example, a girl is to be incarcerated with a schizophrenia diagnostic, at the same age as her mother got interned for the same cause. These “coincidences” are no “luck”, as a statistical study of probability confirms it, but rather it obeys the will of the genealogical tree.
Let’s take a closer look:
1-Birthdays often have a component associated to a contract
The contracts are a type of “code” that acts on our life in the form of beliefs and inhibitions. It can be the case of a birth which happened on a specific date, which also comes and reminds us of a happy or a sad event of another generation. For example: the birth of a daughter on the same date as the grandmother’s passing away. This specific date becomes a significant one. The contract says in big letters that the intent is for the daughter to repeat the same function/role as the grandmother.
2-To be born on a pre-given date is an abuse, the programming comes from the outside.
Abuses are opposed to our accomplishment. An example is the children that of what are called, children of “replacement”. Those children are born the same day as another one who died or was buried, where the mother never made her mourning. We can also consider another abuse the fact to repeat the name of a deceased child to a new born, and by doing so; we can say that he comes to replace the deceased one.
3. - To program ourselves to die on a specific date through loyalty
Any contract that we speak of is always fulfilled by loyalty and fear of stopping to belong to our clan, which is to say by fear of the consequences of being rejected or not loved by our family. We program ourselves to live the same number of years as our parents. Let’s take as an example: a grandmother dies young at age 45, when her daughter gets at that age she enters a crisis and has an accident and when the granddaughter gets to that same age becomes ill. They are unconscious loyalties towards a figure of authority in the tree.
In a family many repetitions apply, like names, dates, ways of being born and ways of dying, which affect us today and will generate depressions or neurosis. Those coincidences, we call them “the trap”: the need to realize your family history subconsciously.
A healthy tree is the one that allows the mutation and an ill tree is the one that insists on the repetition. A healthy tree lets new branches be born and grows freely from its trunk; an ill tree insists that the branches are born on the wounds of fallen branches.
With psychomagic we can deactivate the trap of the birthdays for example, with a ceremony of complete burial so that we can solve pre-programmed “deaths” metaphorically. Let’s take a look at a frequent case; an adult realizes that he is taking the place of his grandfathers who died when he was 42 years old. As he is reaching the age in which he died, he also knows that he needs to break that contract of loyalty. He does not want to repeat the death at that age… The psychomagic act consists in looking for a place where he is able to dig a tomb, and later get buried along with the photography of his grandfathers, leaving the head only outside. There the friends will say their last words at his side, and he will stay as long as possible (hours) in the grave. They will finally unbury him and will wash him with three liters of blessed water. He will need to adopt a new name, a new identity, to be able to start a new life. (He will have realized metaphorically what he feared most and through that from will surpass it).