Good and Evil Matter: Clearing the Global Soul Ingo Jahrsetz and Judith Miller

During WW II citizens in Nazi Germany were encouraged to identify with Nordic mythology and with the magic of spiritual symbols, such as the swastika. Thus, they bypassed their own ego deaths, perceived themselves to be gods, and projected their own personal and collective shadows onto millions of people, who were considered subhuman. Ingo Jahrsetz, a German who was a child during WW II, and Judith Miller, an American Jew, have been working with second and third generation children and grandchildren of Nazis in Germany over the last four years. This presentation discusses how through meditation, Holotropic Breathwork, and deep inner processing, German participants dissolve much of their shame and self-hatred and begin to experience for the first time forgiveness and compassion for self, others, family, and country.