Epigenetic discoveries continue to provide compelling scientific evidence for inheritance mechanisms of transgenerational trauma. A phenomenon consistently observed in systemic constellation work. In his article for the Ruidoso News, James Martin suggests that traumatic experiences in our recent ancestral past leave molecular scars on our DNA. This helps to explain how it is possible to inherit something like a predisposition towards depression from your grandmother caused by the neglect she suffered as a child.
Full article – ‘Clinical Counseling: Behavioral Inheritance’