Dearest Jaqueline, The last two Reboot tracks, Persistent Abuse Frequencies & Recovering From Extreme Abuse, have been extremely powerful. I always listen to your tracks lying down and at deep, full body rest. With each of these two tracks, I have listened to them twice in a row or more, then looped each one all day and overnight at low volume. After waking up the morning after the second track, Extreme Abuse, had been looping as I slept, I was filled with all the images, in a detached way...like watching a movie, of how extreme abuse had been such a large part of my childhood and my mother’s. My mother, who is now 85, her sister and two brothers were put into an orphanage when she was nine years old by her own father who could not look after them when her mother left. The girls were separated from the boys. She remained there until she was eighteen years old. When I was nine years old, my mother, myself and two brothers moved countries, from Canada to Africa where my mother remarried, and my two brothers and I were separated into three different British ruled boarding schools for four years. We then returned to Canada with my mother, divorced for a second time. When my own daughter was three years old, I left her father, who I now realize also carried extreme abuse frequencies from childhood, and we made an arrangement to co-parent her by her living with him for a week, and then with me for a week. My daughter suffered enormously from this arrangement. It’s not like any of us in the family are blind to all that has transpired. Some of us, including myself, were in therapy for many years, where I learned about re-parenting myself, with nature being the main element and still is. Miraculously, everyone, except for one of my mother’s brothers, is still here, but none of us share any real expressed deep bonds of affection with each other except my daughter and I. I’m sharing this not as a “woe is me” email whatsoever, but to simply relay how powerfully the combination of these two tracks has brought to light the generational patterns, which I was already aware of, but had never truly thought of AS abuse, if you can believe it, or how it’s affected my ability to trust and form deep bonds of affection , even having been through therapy...lol. I’ve always thought I just prefer being on my own. Like you speak about in the track, that war, divorce, and natural disasters are extreme abuse situations, I had never considered that orphanages and boarding schools could be considered such as well. The fact that I woke up this morning and was watching all of this like a movie in my mind, tells me that something deeply transformational is going on in the foundation of my being, and hopefully down the line too...and that this is happening during the Silent Immersion, is a potent and beautiful blessing. Thank you, doesn’t seem nearly enough.