Children often have to go through a lot as they grow up. Some have to deal with divorce, their parents stresses, a death in the family, moving or changing schools. And there are their own patterns and challenges to contend with as well.
Children’s patterns are connected to their parents ones
I once worked on a mother and her eight year old daughter. Although there were many things going on within the family, the trigger for coming was that the girl woke up hungry at least three times a night. After working on her mum I sat the girl down on the couch and started working on her feet. After ten minutes, out of nowhere, she said ‘Mum, I need to eat at night because you don’t eat enough.’
Her mother and I looked at each other in amazement. She was a tiny woman without an ounce of spare weight. She later shared than even in the womb the child seemed to call out for food. During this period she put on half her body weight again. The girl’s pattern of needing food was connected to the mother denying herself nourishment. A verbal release like this can be a an expression of a pattern transforming.
Work on both parent & child
Ideally we give sessions to both the parent and the child. Even better is when parents learn the technique and give their children sessions and receive as well. When there is a willingness to transform on their part it means that the child may not need to carry as much for the family.
Things come up & out
In sessions, children may sometimes say something about what is transforming. Once during a session a young girl mentioned in a very light hearted and carefree way that a bully dragged her into the corner of the playground every lunchtime, pulled down his pants down and rubbed himself against her. This had been going on for over a year but the situation had been hidden and unknown to her parents until that moment.
Sometimes patterns transform under the surface without any noticeable sign of change at all. Other times old behaviour may show up briefly as it works its way through. My teacher, Gaston Saint Pierre, once gave a session to a ten year old boy who curled up into a foetal posture and started sucking on a bottle of juice as if he were breast feeding. His mother, who was in the room, felt a pulling on her breast. He may have been completing something from this early period.
We all transform in our own unique way, guided by our life force and innate intelligence. Everything that happens during the process is exactly as it should be.
Children tend to transform quickly
Because children’s patterns are new they tend to transform faster than adults. They are not as fixed in the mind as we are, and have not blocked the natural movement of transformation the way adults tend to. When parents are willing to have sessions as well, it leads to the possibility of the whole family transforming together, and operating at a much higher level.
Easy to use at home
Metamorphic Touch is easy to learn and works beautifully in family life. You can give your child a ten minute session while watching television or when you put them to bed. It is a tender and intimate practice which brings you together. When you give a session you are leaving your child a free space in which to transform from within, rather than imposing your own agenda. This is a big yes to life, a trust that their life force knows how to grow them.
What could be more beautiful?
Much love, Dominique
In 2004, I began training in Metamorphic Technique with it's founder, Gaston Saint-Pierre. I became a practitioner, then a teacher in 2006, which led me to run workshops all around the world. I then created Sacred Life Alchemy, the Co-Create with the Field Manifesting Process, and Heart Listening, three profound healing systems to transform your reality into more of what you want. In 2017, I renamed my teaching Metamorphic Touch to reflect the new insights and perspectives I bring to this approach. Metamorphic Touch is a powerful healing modality to transform your life.