About Endometriosis, PMDD, and Collective Pain. 

 
 
In my experience when working with Endometriosis (referred to as "endo" from now on), ​​I have found that on the physical level, the main problem was a sensitivity to hormonal *fluctuations* that occur throughout the month. That is, not a sensitivity to estrogen or progesterone (for example), but the rapid changes in their levels throughout the month. Estrogen rises and then decreases, LH rises sharply and then falls within 24 hours, and then progesterone rises and falls. These changes (as well as changes in other reproductive hormones) may be hard to cope with on the physical level.
On the emotional dimension, I have repeatedly seen that the main subject is grief. Many times the grief is not specific or direct - that is, not necessarily mourning for a deceased loved one. the grief can be following a break up, sexual abuse, and in most of the cases, a pain felt over the collective feminine pain. I have seen along the way in my work with women that the mourning existed in an inter-generational mechanism: sexual trauma that the mother went through, or the grandmother. Or the memories absorbed into the DNA from the Holocaust or other genocides, or even the pain a woman feels when hearing about sexual abuse on the news about woman she does not personally know. 
And, in most cases, also the grief of memories form traumatic past lives.
I have accumulated this experience with the IPEC Method. With the IPEC Method we correct the memory of the body by pressing specific meridian points (acupressure). The diagnosis is done through "muscle testing," which is a way to see what weakens the body: whether it is sensitivity to hormonal changes, or sensitivity to the pain originating in the mother, pain of collective memory, or from a past life. Once we see what weakens the body, we move on to correcting and strengthening the memory of the physical and emotional immune system against these factors. In this way, we neutralize these factors influence, whether it is physical or emotional or energetic.
On the physical level, we have several cell types that "absorb" memories from the past.
A: In short: The egg that created us was in our grandmother's womb.
At length: All of a woman's eggs are formed while she was an embryo. That means that when your mother was en embryo in our grandmother's womb, she created the eggs, from which one created you. At the time of the egg formation, all of the genetic information and memory in it is loaded into it, but it will manifest itself only in 2 generations.
B: In short: Within your cells there is a coded information of all women that existed in the world.
At length: Mitochondrial DNA is another type of DNA, besides the "regular" DNA that exists in our cells, and whose source only comes from the mother's egg. The man does not contribute any mitochondrial DNA with his sperm. This type of DNA changes very slowly on the evolutionary level, at a very low mutation rate. This type of DNA is the one used for all of today's genetic tests that examine your heritage. Research on the origin of human kind also uses this DNA. When researching mitochondrial DNA, if you look back enough, you can reach the first woman, called the "mitochondrial Eve" in the scientific world. Within this DNA lays all the traumatic information that women have experienced throughout history: collective pain is encoded within every cell of us.
In my opinion, it is not a coincidence that syndromes like Endo or PMDD have become so high in recent decades. The collective trauma has reached such a pick that it is no longer possible to keep it inside, and the body literally bleeds out the cells of its womb. In my opinion, the body of a woman is bleeding out the pain of all women before her. If you have Endo: It is not your fault.

The number of Endo cases has grown on such a level throughout the world that the general cry cannot be ignored by now. The #MeToo movement has burst out into the world. We can not keep quiet anymore. Endo is a symptom and a product of all of society, and that's why the responsibility is on all of us. And that's why no singular medication will help. There needs to be a systemic and institutional change that will address the entire social system. That is why women have become so active in recent decades in their way to force the establishment to recognize their pain. The Endo forced them into action. It's already happening. Not only a new femininity, but a new masculinity is also created by men. There are already enough brave men who look inside to find change. For them it is also hard to live with the idea that they represent everything that is evil and offensive in the world. These are the men who bring change and an emotional inner movement to the male collective pain.
I know this is not easy to read. I can only try to encourage by sharing that the women I work with on these issues, when we looked back on the collective grief, feet that it is very helpful.
 
I offer support groups for women who are dealing with Endo and/or PMDD. For six months, we will meet once a week to perform group work and addresses the collective pain, and besides that, once a week every woman will meet with me for a personal healing session to help her individual needs. If you want to join, feel free to contact me.
Love to all,
Daphna