Definitions

Threadlines

The seeking and finding of patterned behavior within one’s self or others and perceiving how those patterns have cascaded through one’s life. When combined with second sight, meditation or plant medicine this is a powerful tool for unearthing the nature, scope and context of one’s wounds which leads to pathways to healing.

If I can see it, I can do something about it.

In metaphysical terms, threadlines are akin to energetic cords in shamanism. With this newfound understanding of one’s core wounding, the self-practitioner can identify and release these old wounds, patterns and energetic connections.

Enmeshment

A particularly nasty and selfish form of parental emotional manipulation that can involve adultifying a child into the role of emotional support animal for a parent. This ugly pattern is particularly effective with highly sensitive, emphatic kids in isolation with a dis-eased, emotionally immature parent.

Repression

A particularly nasty and selfish form of parental emotional manipulation that can involve adultifying a child into the role of emotional support animal for a parent. This ugly pattern is particularly effective with highly sensitive, emphatic kids in isolation with a dis-eased, emotionally immature parent.

Shadow

A particularly nasty and selfish form of parental emotional manipulation that can involve adultifying a child into the role of emotional support animal for a parent. This ugly pattern is particularly effective with highly sensitive, emphatic kids in isolation with a dis-eased, emotionally immature parent.

integration / disintegration / reintegration

A particularly nasty and selfish form of parental emotional manipulation that can involve adultifying a child into the role of emotional support animal for a parent. This ugly pattern is particularly effective with highly sensitive, emphatic kids in isolation with a dis-eased, emotionally immature parent.