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The Ancestor Syndrome Transgenerational Psychotherapy and the Hidden Links in the Family Tree

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Erational therapy Anne Ancelin Schutzenberger draws on over 20 years of experience as a therapist and analyst and is a well respected authority particularly in the field of Group Therapy and Psychodrama First published as Aie mes Aieux this fascinating insight into a uniue style of clinical work has already sold over 32000 copies in France and will appeal to anyone working in the psychotherapy professio. Great book She explores the concept of PsychoGeneology The way it affects our regular life is really fascinating The baggage we carry the way our ancestor's deeds affect us or the example where she feels that all the debts are passed on in the third semester of pregnancy thus deciding the fate of the child even before heshe is born The analysis of each topic is really clear The references are detailed examples make it easier to understand what she wants to convey A must read if you are interested in psychology

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In The Ancestor Syndrome Anne Ancelin Schutzenberger explains and provides clinical examples of her uniue psychogenealogical approach to psychotherapy She shows how as mere links in a chain of generations we may have no choice in having the events and traumas experienced by our ancestors visited upon us in our own lifetime The book includes fascinating case studies and examples of 'genosociograms' famil. Leave to the French to write one of the most disturbing counseling books I have ever read I categorize this as both a counseling and a genealogy book because genealogist who find the history of their families fascinating may find this fascinating as well When A Bitch Fed Up of her uniue psychogenealogical approach to psychotherapy She shows how as mere links in a chain Enter the 5th Realm (Tales of the Whosawhachits, of generations we may have no choice in having the events and traumas experienced by The World of the Hunger Games our ancestors visited upon us in Top Bikini Pictures: Hot Women in Brazilian, String, White, Red, Gold, Brown, Orange, Metallic, Transparent, Extreme and Many Other Styles and Models Bikini Book. our Portrait of the Alcoholic own lifetime The book includes fascinating case studies and examples Belgravia of 'genosociograms' famil. Leave to the French to write Lay Down with Dogs - Get Up with Fleas one Birth in Storm of the most disturbing counseling books I have ever read I categorize this as both a counseling and a genealogy book because genealogist who find the history One Beat at a Time of their families fascinating may find this fascinating as well

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Y trees to illustrate how her clients have conuered seemingly irrational fears psychological and even physical difficulties by discovering and understanding the parallels between their own life and the lives of their forebears The theory of 'invisible loyalty' owed to previous generations which may make us unwittingly re enact their life events is discussed in the light of ongoing research into transgen. Earie enough to deserve the time When A Bitch Fed Up own life and the lives Enter the 5th Realm (Tales of the Whosawhachits, of their forebears The theory The World of the Hunger Games of 'invisible loyalty' Top Bikini Pictures: Hot Women in Brazilian, String, White, Red, Gold, Brown, Orange, Metallic, Transparent, Extreme and Many Other Styles and Models Bikini Book. owed to previous generations which may make us unwittingly re enact their life events is discussed in the light Portrait of the Alcoholic of Belgravia ongoing research into transgen. Earie enough to deserve the time


10 thoughts on “The Ancestor Syndrome Transgenerational Psychotherapy and the Hidden Links in the Family Tree

  1. says:

    Leave to the French to write one of the most disturbing counseling books I have ever read I categorize this as both a counseling and a genealogy book because genealogist who find the history of their families fascinating may find this fascinating as well


  2. says:

    Fascinating with a lot to think about Do certain patterns tend to repeat themselves through the generations? I'm not entirely convinced by the studies cited but the premise did get me thinking about certain apparent trends in my own family The section dealing with genocide and the persistence of memory is especially insightful If you enjoy genealogy but would like to study all that data you've gathered look for a copy of this book


  3. says:

    This fascinating book is mainly about patterns that repeat through generations of a family such as death at age 36 or on a certain date Once the pattern is made conscious it can usually be stopped It was especially interesting for a family historian


  4. says:

    An odd book to be sure but fascinating as well The author works from the premise that our DNA predicts many of the behaviors that we will participate in throughout our lives including “accidents” or “mistakes” She makes good use of a “genosociogram” which she denotes as “a representation of ties links and relations a family tree that graphically represents and brings to light important life events and their connections” 10 often using one to help share the history of one of her patients She encourages readers to construct their own genosociograms to help understand their familiesAnother concept she discusses is “family justice” “When justice is not accomplished there is injustice unfairness and exploitation among family members which sometimes translates into fleeing revenge or vengeance or even illnesses or repetitive accidents” If so called ledgers do not balance “problems can be passed on from generation to generation” 18 This is a concept members of most families can identify with at least those “cheated” be the ledgerWhile the author’s book is interesting I wonder how scientific it is I kept wading through its pages to see when she might offer than observations that she might also site research or experiments that might strengthen her thesis and they never seemed to materialize or if they did they were not strong enough to complete the arguments that she was making


  5. says:

    Earie enough to deserve the time


  6. says:

    One of the most moving disturbing and thought provoking books It gives a guide into how to find out about yourself what you are meant to carry and even how to get rid of it make peace


  7. says:

    Troublant I read the book in French Science and making sense of things is a never ending process and many things we don't understand Also a lot of things in Greek mythology are pretty mystical And if 2k years later we haven't come up with much better than Plato and Aristotle we still haven't really touched upon things like daimon Delphi's oracle or maieutics This book basically acknowledges that there are patterns in families that cannot be explained but they exist nonetheless One argument is given claiming statistical significance over a data sample Many anecdotal examples are given that defy statistics yes when looking at a big enough data set you will find meaningless correlations that look like Illuminati stuff Here however the sheer repetition of certain occurrences in family trees some patterns are hard to dismiss as random Just like there are various strange things in astrology Or that emergency hospital staff will tell you some people can remove the burning sensation of victims without even touching them There's a lot of stuff science hasn't made sense of and in this sense I found that book troubling We like to think we're free but this is potentially a shadow over us I liked that the book basically aims to give therapists the tools to help them break bad cycles in clients' lives Various examples in the book people drowning cancers freak accidentsWhat I didn't like is that I'm not a psychologist and a good third of the book is very dry and reads like an academic justification akin to the following isn't witchcraft look I'm uoting all this academia first


  8. says:

    Great book She explores the concept of PsychoGeneology The way it affects our regular life is really fascinating The baggage we carry the way our ancestor's deeds affect us or the example where she feels that all the debts are passed on in the third semester of pregnancy thus deciding the fate of the child even before heshe is born The analysis of each topic is really clear The references are detailed examples make it easier to understand what she wants to convey A must read if you are interested in psychology


  9. says:

    Not HelpfulThis book doesn't give you much information Just re hashes data I should have just looked up the subject on Google


  10. says:

    A key text for transgenerational trauma studies


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