Author: Jan Scholten
They have to adapt to the family and the community in order to survive. They are too weak to do anything else, have to hold on strongly to the group. This means that they become more and more distant from themselves. They adapt so much that they lose themselves. They take over the behaviour of their parents, of the leaders of the group. With that they also take over their problems, the old patterns that lead to sickness. They come so much into the whole system that they become entangled. They are trapped, caught in a network of emotions, loyalties.
Family entanglements; problems from ancestors working through, from generations back.
Confusion > mental control.