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corresponding with the 12 grandparents and the lines of the family tree they represent. Each symbol within a story affects the body, the feelings, and the thoughts in different ways and stirs the genetic memory of a specific family line. The symbol of ‘water’ for example, is a feminine symbol. There is an exact body system and specific area of the brain which responds to the word ‘water’. There is also a different feeling accessed by the word ‘water’, as well as a specific action motivated by the same word. The feminine nature of the word ‘water’ opens the mother’s side of the family and begins to increase the flow between the maternal grandmother and the child. In general, the vibration of the word ‘water’, also accesses the urinary system, the right side of the brain, and the pineal gland. The feeling of water is quiet peace and gentleness. The word ‘water’ encourages the mind towards spatial perception and multiple possibilities. There is an increase in internal mental sensitivity and away from outer body functions. When the word ‘water’ is spoken in combination with other words, its effect is changed into a myriad of other slightly different outcomes. Each combination of words accesses the influences of other family lines, until, by the end of the story, the whole body is humming and flowing. In contrast, the word ‘fire’ is masculine.
The child’s mind that hears the word activates the digestive system, gall bladder, the left side of the brain, and the pituitary gland. The feeling is emotional, like anger or passion. The mind is encouraged towards focused action and determination. The father’s side of the family is activated. Usually the family line of the paternal grandfather comes into play. There is an increase in overall body action, and a decrease in mental states. The masculine qualities of ‘fire’ have a completely different influence from the feminine nature of the word ‘water’. The intelligence of a young child’s mind knows the universal meanings of each word which is spoken, and adds its own variations from the personal experiences.
THE RESOLUTION OF UNRESOLVED FEELINGS Like the conductor of a grand orchestra, the child’s mind instructs different parts of the body and mind to respond in their own unique ways. By hearing different stories, different systems of the child are stimulated and strengthened. Like tuning the instruments of the orchestra, the symbols of a story can dissolve imbalances in different family lines. It can also guide the child towards naturally existing gifts it would otherwise be unaware of. The ‘symbolic’ or feeling level of the mind stores unresolved feelings like tiny bubbles or images. These unresolved spheres of feelings are the result of hidden fears within the mind. Acquired genetically and through the environment, these fears obstruct the child’s access to
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higher states of consciousness and optimum physical health. The burden of carrying these hardened bubbles weighs heavy over a lifetime. The energy to store and maintain these crystallised spheres robs vitality which could better be used to raised the consciousness of the child and the family. Over a period of time, the accumulation of these imagery bubbles builds pressure within specific body systems, glands and organs, altering body chemistry and health. A similar pressure builds within various levels of the mind, stimulating thought and action, which builds a topography of personal habits. Through these processes, a body type and personality are formed and expressed. The flowing of the voice as it tells a story
delivers a rhythmic sequence of images into the symbolic level of a child’s mind. The movement of these story images activates the corresponding unresolved bubbles within the body and mind, bringing up the fears that created them. Repetition of the story gradually dissolves the bubbles and the pressures they generated. During the same time, the old fears are processed and released. Like pure water flowing over dissolving rocks, loving words of a story clear away the shadows of fear within the child. With the aid of story images, inner blueprints of pain are symbolically released before they create physical or social outcomes. The result of this process brings peace to the mind and body of the child, allowing the light within to shine more brightly. The level of the mind that stores and
processes images is basically feminine, and represents an ‘indirect’ level of the mind. This feeling level of the mind responds to messages that are ‘implied’ or symbolic. In the early years of a child’s development it is this level of the mind that is growing most rapidly. During this stage of development, a child is extremely sensitive to the feelings and words of its mother. The feminine quality of the mother is attuned to the feeling mind of the child. For this reason, the mother’s voice is the most effective when using stories to nurture and guide the early stages of a developing child’s mind. The femininity of a child’s symbolic mind is one of the reasons that in children’s stories fear is often expressed as an ‘evil witch’. When the witch dies in a story, the implied message to the child’s mind is to release the fear associated with its symbology. The feminine gender of the witch directs the point of conscious within the child’s mind to a deeper level.
TWO EXAMPLES OF HOW A CHILD’S MIND WOULD TRANSLATE A STORY In the story ‘The Wizard of Oz’, one of the witches is destroyed by the character, Dorothy, throwing a bucket of water on her. The old fear (evil witch) is purified by Dorothy (child-like innocence) and the movement of water (spiritual feelings). In the story of ‘Hansel and Gretel’ the
evil witch trying to eat the boy is destroyed when the young girl throws the witch into the oven. The children eat all the sweets they want and return home with precious
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