Childhood Biodecoding

Childhood Biodecoding,

Childhood Biodecoding delves into how unresolved emotions impact children’s health. This practice reveals the deep connections between familial emotions and childhood ailments, offering insights into how parents’ emotional states directly influence their children.

Family Emotions and Children’s Health Through Biodecoding

Do children have unconscious conflicts?

Indeed, children experience unconscious conflicts, though these manifest differently than in adults.

These conflicts are often related to unmet basic needs such as nourishment, sleep and affection. As children grow, their needs become more complex and include emotional and relational aspects that can impact their well-being.

Emotional Fusion with the Mother

From conception to age 3, children experience what in biodecoding is called a meaning project. During this stage, a series of “programs” are deeply embedded in them, which will determine important aspects of their future life. One of these aspects is the emotional fusion with the mother, where the child intensely experiences the mother’s emotions as if they were their own. This emotional connection remains highly active until the age of 7, a period during which children are extremely sensitive to the emotional dynamics of the household.

Examples of How Physical Symptoms Reflect Family Conflicts

  • Stomachache: indicates that the mother is struggling to “digest” a significant emotional event.
  • Bronchitis or asthma: suggest a toxic family environment or tensions in close relationships.
  • Frequent ear infections: may be a sign of the mother’s irritation at having to listen to something unpleasant.

The Importance of Addressing Our Own Emotions

It is crucial for parents to be aware of their own emotions in order to help their children be healthier and free from suffering. Communicating how we feel, seeking support when necessaryand expressing our emotions in a healthy way are essential steps to not only improve our own quality of life but also that of our children.

In certain cases, children may be manifesting conflicts that belong to the wider family clan. This is particularly true in congenital illnesses, where the child might be trying to “repair” something within their family tree. Investigating and working with our family tree can be key to freeing both the child and the clan from these painful and repetitive patterns.

The Father’s Influence on Children According to Biodecoding

While the mother’s emotions have a dominant impact in the early years, the father plays a crucial role from the child’s age of 7.

In this phase, the father helps the child dissolve the emotional fusion with the mother, promoting the child’s autonomy and emotional self-regulation. This period is crucial for teaching the child about boundaries, the consequences of our actions on others, social norms, authority and sociability.

The biodecoding offers a valuable and deep perspective on how children absorb and reflect the emotions and conflicts of their parents and their broader environment. Understanding and applying the principles of biodecoding can not only improve the health of children but also offer an opportunity for growth and healing for the entire family.