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Date:3/15/2010

Noted author Donna Evans Strauss is saying that the tidbits people are learning about their ancestors is not just trivia. This information is highly relevant to what's going on in their families today. People are searching for truth from understanding their familial and ancestral past.

Doylestown, PA (PRWEB) March 13, 2010 -- Noted author Donna Evans Strauss is saying that the tidbits people are learning about their ancestors is not just trivia. This information is highly relevant to what's going on in their families today. People are searching for truth from understanding their familial and ancestral past.

As outlined in her upcoming book, BLESSINGS FROM A THOUSAND GENERATIONS: What Our Ancestors Teach Us About Healing Our Family Today, Strauss says, "This journey can help heal our problems and relationships. Sarah Jessica Parker was deeply moved when she learned of her ancestor's involvement with the Salem Witch Trials. But how have these events from generations long past affected her today? And how does one heal?"

"Each of us has a history of familial, ancestral, and cultural wounds that have led us to the path of self-understanding and enlightenment. You may have felt suppressed by parts of your family heritage and labeled the pattern dysfunctional. Without understanding how to free yourself, you may have tried hard not to repeat the unwanted behavior or concluded that you were doomed to repeat the same patterns. But we can trace our spiritual heritage and unravel the mystery of who we are as evolving spiritual beings by embracing the path of our parents and ancestors. If we learn how to recognize and embrace both our Positive Love BondTM and Negative Love BondTM experiences with insight, self-love and acceptance, forgiveness and compassion, we can find the path that will lead us toward true peace and satisfaction."

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