When I had the good fortune to be introduced to the Gene Keys five years ago, I was very happy because so much of the transmission is about understanding that human beings are fundamentally innocent. For me personally it’s been a beautiful journey of self forgiveness and its one of the reasons I’m so passionate about sharing this transmission.
So this journey confirmed what I understood intuitively about healing and touch over many years. For those of you that have been on my CNT & OFT classes one of the things I teach over and over is that we don’t need to be fixed or improved.
You can see this need clearly when you are arguing especially with someone we care deeply about.
Notice that fundamentally when you argue the underlying need is for understanding and acceptance as you are. How many times have you felt or said to yourself?
“I wish they would just listen and understand me just as I am”
Often most of our frustration is because we are longing for this deep acceptance of our essential nature. But what we often forget, is that through self-forgives we can give ourselves this quality of acceptance. Any healing process will always include self forgiveness and acceptance.
The approach in OFT, is a touch that is accepting of where you are right now. It has no agenda for you to change or improve. I was thrilled when I read Richards words in one of the Gene Keys.
“It’s the body that needs to feel safe not the mind” ~
This confirmed what I had been teaching in bodywork courses and experiencing in my private sessions.
This is such a profound way of seeing life, we are each spirit that’s totally free inhabiting a body that often feels constricted through no fault of ours.
Just let yourself feel and contemplate the above statement. This is the innocence that comes about through self-forgiveness. This self-forgiveness allows you to return non love with love. I’m often reminded of what Jesus shared when being crucified……
“Forgive them Father they know not what they do” The last part of the statement is so important
“They know not what they do” For me it points to this ancestral wounding all human physical bodies carry.
When Jesus shared this, for me he was referring to these patterns that are just repeated and repeated down the blood lines until someone is courageous enough to allow it within themselves with absolute compassion and acceptance.
So the Gene Keys transmission shares that our spirit is innocent, it’s just that our physical DNA carry’s ancestral patterns. The Gene Keys profile shows this wounding in the most accurate way that its uncanny.
But and its a big but, its not enough to understand this at a mental level.
It is only when we experience that pattern arising within us and for the first time we have clarity and core stability to not react or resist, in that moment there is a great opportunity for self forgiveness.
So the approach to healing and unconditional touch that is shared with the body and then the body feel safe and it relaxes deeply enough to witness this ancestral wounding rising up inside us. Often it is a very familiar feeling.
It’s a process of deep self-forgiveness and acceptance. The touch in OFT has this quality of listening and allowing the body to unwind the ancestral patterns.
The Gene Keys profile really saves you time because it shows you the particular wounding you carry at a personal level and at the collective. I believe it truly is a boon for humanity at this time.
I will finish this short article with a quote from a modern master of Chi Nei Tsang, Gilles Marin, that again points to this fundamental innocence of humanity and becoming aware of the patterns within us.
Those of you who know a little about the lines in the Gene Keys will recognize the 1st line here Honesty….It’s what heals repression. Think about when your 100% honest with yourself your already secure, because your already transparent with yourself. Here is the quote.
“There is no intelligence required for healing. To heal, we don’t need to be intelligent, we don’t need to be good, and we don’t need to deserve it. Healing is pure grace. To heal, we do need honesty. We need to be true to ourselves. We need to be able to admit that we have feelings we wish we didn’t have. We need to own these feelings so we can outgrow them, and so we can mature as human beings.”
I’m looking forward to seeing many of you again
With love Andrew