Release Generational Trauma from the Land
Release Generational Trauma from the Land Amma through Cathy Chapman
Hello, dear ones. I am Amma, the Divine Mother of the divine mothers, and I am your mother. You grew within my womb, and you are within my womb now. This one asked me to talk about the effect on the world of a crisis such as a global pandemic and its relationship to trauma. We’ve given some messages about trauma, and we’re going to give a bit more.
Your planet is a living being. The soil outside on which you stand and the soil on which your house, building, or office stands is also living. Every little piece of dirt and the microbes within it are alive. A teaspoon of soil contains more microbes than you can imagine. Some of you believe that all microbes are negative. When you hear about microbes related to epidemics or pandemics, you go into a panic. Microbes are only a problem when they are out of balance. A microbe not made naturally is an artificial microbe with artificial encodements not made for that microbe.
Your scientists begin with a natural substance, a microbe with natural encodements, and they add artificial encodements to it. If they knew about encodements, they would know how to bring different natural substances together and harmonize them. Would that be a good thing or a bad thing? Let’s just say it is what it is. The effect could be something you like or something you don’t like. You might be glad your scientists don’t know about encodements. Few would read this type of information, anyway.