Another huge segment of patients and clients is what I call the “messed up family”. The messed up family is usually ego-based. You’re dealing with a life lesson. The reason why I say it is ego-based is because you, as a parent, or you, as a family member, should’ve, would’ve, could’ve done something different so the family or a family member would not be “so messed up” or they’re a reflection of your parenting. They’re a reflection of your family. They disgraced the family, they disgraced the family name, and being “not at peace” within the family is huge. It is a big leading factor for dis-ease.
When I muscle test someone, one of the first questions is, “Is it in the family or out of the family?” The chances of it being within the family are huge, because we’re talking emotions. We’re also talking about things over a long period of time, and just repeating and repeating. The messed up family is a reflection of your identity, or you’ve allowed it to be a reflection of your identity, and to let it go is to acknowledge the Universal Law of possession, and the Universal Law of possession says all the family members belong to God. Now, if you have children, you have responsibilities, but you also can turn them over to God too, because they belong to God. You are just entrusted with them for a short period of time.
Also, when there is a shift in the household, either somebody coming or somebody going, it can play a role on somebody’s peace. It plays a role energetically.
To fix the messed up family perspective is the realization that first of all, you did what you did. You did the best you could do. It’s the best you could do under that situation. Or, it’s their problem. I no longer have to carry the world. Whatever it is, you only have three options. You can either accept it, which “that’s the way it is,” change whatever you can, or avoid it at all costs.