Heal Yourself Unveiling Your Hidden Heritage

Forefront Transgenerational Therapy Rooted in Ancient Practice

This book summarizes twenty years of practices and research

This book is intended for both professionals and all those who wish to learn more about transgenerational integration. It is the English translation of my Bestseller French book, “Intégrer ses héritages transgénérationnels”. The purpose of this book is twofold: it aims to make readers more aware of the importance of transgenerational issues, and it presents a new approach that I have called “Transgenerational Integration.”

Translated from the French edition :
"Intégrer ses héritages transgénérationnels"

We are linked to our ancestors like trees attached to their roots. Their qualities and their DNA live in us, just like their uncompleted stories do. Indeed, traumas, unfinished mourning, family secrets and conflicts reverberate from generation to generation, shaping the lives of the descendants.

However, and despite the influences of these transgenerational inheritances, the author reminds us that we are not a simple product of our past, nor just the fruit of our family tree. We can integrate our hidden heritage instead of having them unconsciously driving our lives. We can also rewrite the false or missing parts of our genealogy. With many illustrations the author shows how analyzing our ancestors’ lives helps to understand problematic conditions, and heals all kinds of symptoms. Goethe already explained: What we have received from our ancestors, we must assimilate until it becomes a part of ourselves if we want it to be an enrichment instead of a burden.

This is the first time an author has merged contemporary transgenerational healing and traditional wisdom. This book reveals how modern therapy can benefit from mythological teachings, in line with the ancient maxim: Know Thyself. Read more ...

Shamanism, Ancestors and Transgenerational Integration

Traditionnal Wisdom and Contemporary Practices

Translated from the French edition :
"Chamanisme, rapport aux ancêtres et intégration transgénérationnelle"

The Ancients already knew the therapeutic potential of the family links between generations that we rediscover in modern transgenerational analysis. Far from being a new fashion, the recognition of transgenerational processes dates back to the first shamanic type of communities. Their methods to cure "The Ancestor Syndrome" offer to contemporary therapies essential historical references and valuable teachings.
Transgenerational integration brings a welcome middle ground for exchanges between traditional, shamanic and actual therapeutic approaches. This new field nourishes the rooting of contemporary practices as well as the renewal of ancestral wisdom. With the contribution of specialists from different backgrounds, this collective book presents a wide spectrum of perspectives to bridge traditional and modern knowledges.
Olivier Douville is a psychoanalyst and anthropologist, international speaker and lecturer at University Paris 10 Nanterre and Paris 7 Denis-Diderot.
C. Michael Smith Ph.D., is a Jungian psychologist and medical anthropologist, Cherokee-metis healer and teacher, director of Crows Nest International.
Élisabeth Horowitz is a psychogenealogist therapist, international speaker and the author of numerous books.
Iona Miller is a therapist, artist and consultant.
Myron Eshowsky is an international mediator, author and shaman.
Pierre Ramaut is a transgenerational psychoanalyst.
Thierry Gaillard is a depth psychologist, the author of a new thesis on the Œdipus myth. Read more ...

Œdipus Reborn

Ancient Traditions and Transgenerational Perspectives 2014 Second edition

By Thierry Gaillard
(168 pages , Ecodition 2014 , ISBN 9782940540-04-4)
Format : Couverture souple en dos carré collé
Price on Ecodition.shop: 17.25 $

Back cover page:
Behind appearances, the masterpieces of mythology contain precious secrets. In their work, the authors include timeless messages addressed to History and to all mankind. So it is with the plays which Sophocles devoted to Oedipus more than 2400 years ago, which are still performed today. Their enduring presence testifies to the learning they contain which is no less worthy of interest because it goes beyond reason, on the contrary.

A new form of analysis, called transgenerational, enables us to penetrate behind the scenes, backstage in Sophocles’ theatre. Actually, it is the discovery of a transgenerational structure underpinning Sophocles' work that changes everything. This discovery invites us to reconsider the entire story of Oedipus in a different light, thereby unveiling a formerly unsuspected meaning. Paradoxically, such a rereading of the celebrated myth merely restores its traditional meaning, one which is more in line with the wisdom of Antiquity. By bringing out the unseen aspects of his work, we come to understand that Sophocles shared with the Ancients a veritable science of the "transgenerational." Through his Oedipus Rex and Oedipus at Colonus, he passes on this knowledge to use in the manner of the great tragedians, philosophers before their time, who played an important role as guides of the collective awareness of their time Read more ...