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Life is a path. We are all 'somewhere' on that path. Some people's paths are straight and relatively simple to walk, and for others it might feel like the path meanders here, there and everywhere. And sometimes you find you've gone round in circles to get to the same place again. There are times the path can feel like you took an unexpected diversion, or even a metaphorical fall,  landing in a different place than you planned to be. Paths can be beautiful and sometimes scary, they can be clear and obvious in their directions, and at other times it can feel like there are too many corners, or the path ahead isn't as clear as you would prefer it was.

Whatever your path looks like right now, and wherever you are on that path. Know that the path will get you to where you want to be. We may not know the twists and turns. We may not always be able to see what lies ahead. But around each corner, along each fork of the road, or crossroads, there will be many wonderful and amazing things to discover. So don't worry about what you do not yet know about, don't stay on a roundabout going nowhere, thinking of what was and can no longer be. Keep moving, cross some bridges, look up, look forward and look around even if you feel a little lost, or you worry about getting lost or taking the wrong route.

The path is always there, even if it isn't always clearly lit. And you will always have ways to get to where you want to be. A fork in the road isn't the end of the road. It might just be a road to new paths and new wonderful discoveries that will make you more happy than you may yet realize or know. And the wonderful thing about this path is that you can start right here, wherever you are right now, and find new paths that will empower and heal you more. Sometimes there is a bigger picture that we can't always see in the moment. But along the path looking back we can go, 'Ah... I wasn't lost, I was just going where I was supposed to be..."

Dark Rainforest Path
Gravel Road into the Forest

"What if...   
You try a different path?"

"But what if I get lost?"

But what if you don't?"

Phoenix Jones

Garden Path

Are you feeling stuck? Dissatisfied with the way your life is going? Or maybe your life’s okay but you just have this nagging feeling that there has to be something more. We’ve all been there, in one way or another. And most of us never figure out how to even begin to do something about it. One of the reasons why that is so is because we have no clue what the problem is. And we can't solve a problem we don't even understand. So, bringing awareness to the true nature of the problem is the first step in the direction of a solution. Ultimately, many of us are being impacted in one way or another by the effects of some amount of programming that was previously instilled in us. And it continues to impede our ability to become all that we were meant to be.

So, how exactly did this negative programming happen? We can't possibly do justice to that discussion in the little space available here. But some of the more significant ways include some amount of negative impacts from the educational system, being raised in a dysfunctional family, growing up in extreme poverty, being on the receiving end of the horrors of genocide, natural disasters, wars, human trafficking, etc. and carrying the terrible legacy of abuse, neglect, abandonment and other forms of childhood maltreatment. Our inability to comprehend what is preventing us from desired improvements and consistently seeing positive and sustained results can often lead us to think that something is wrong with us and even stop trying.

But all is not lost. There is nothing wrong with us that is not fixable. It is not your fault. Studies are beginning to show that transgenerational epigenetic inheritance isn't just observable through the numerous experiments that have been done on mice but in humans as well. Of course more studies are needed. But it is now believed, and proven in mice, that ancestral memories are transmitted via sperm from fathers to sons and to the next generation as well. Yes, it now appears that the effects of trauma can be inherited. Scientists are now seeking to investigate whether a similar thing is occurring between mothers and daughters. And because it is epigenetic rather than genetic, these effects are reversible. But it all begins with bringing awareness to the problem.

The BYM project is designed to help you
transform your life and transcend your past.

BYM helps you make sense of the experiences you have had in your life and use them as a springboard to a brighter future.

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