Types of Physical and Sexual Abuse 

A s I mentioned in the introduction, abuse covers an enormous field. For general information, I have categorized the acts of abuse, both physically and sexually, below. You are welcome to add more. Many of the actions are found in both categories particularly in ritual, government, and alien abuse. These realities do exist on this 3rd Plane of Existence and have been mentioned by Vianna during lectures as well. I have worked with clients who have experienced such abuse and trauma. As ThetaHealers®, we cannot be blind to Creator’s Truth. And you certainly have a choice to work with these kinds of clients or not. Education and applicable tools assist you to expand your paradigms as Creator’s practitioners. 


I consider neglect under physical abuse though it is often categorized by itself…that would seem par-for-the-course in being left alone.9 

Remember that abuse/trauma can occur anywhere, from the home to battlefields. 


Physical Abuse:

  • Being hit, spanked, punched, beat, battered 
  • Hung by feet or arms/hands 
  • Stepped on or kicked 
  • Pulled by hair
  • Tickled excessively
  • Shaken, thrown, choked 
  • Cut, bitten 
  • Burned 
  • Neglect 
  • Starvation 
  • Torture variations- Water submersion, electro-shock, put in ice or scalding water, sleep deprivation, psychic driving (page 103), body mutilation, etc. 
  • Psychological (kidnapping, war, terrorism, hostage, ritual and government mind control/brainwashing) 
  • Government experimentation (such as injection of diseases and toxins, Manchurian candidates/assassination mind control programming, manipulations of DNA, cloning, remote viewing, spying, virtual reality, and teleportation) 
  • Alien Experimentation—(exploratory, non-medical implantation, rape, egg harvesting, hybriding, DNA changes)

Sexual Abuse: 

  • Verbal sexual innuendos and harrassment 
  • Inappropriate touching: fondling, licking of genitals, mouth, ears, breasts of children 
  • Genital exposure; forced masturbation 
  • Digital (hand/finger) penetration 
  • Oral, genital, or anal rape 
  • Vaginal/genital mutilation and circumcision 
  • Making children read pornographic material or performing in pornographic movies/snuff films 
  • Involvement in prostitution/child sex slavery 
  • Forced bestiality 
  • Ritual abuse (including Satanism and Black Witchcraft—invocation of demonic entities, rape, torture, mutilation, sexual slavery, murder, sacrifice, and mind control programming)





Understanding Abuse from a Brain & Physiological Level 


Childhood abuse can have lasting effects on the entire brain and body if not healed. High-stress early environments for children create problems in attention regulation and self-control which often causes hyperactivity, anxiety, and/or difficulties with inhibiting destructive impulses. 


The interaction between our environment and the DNA plays a crucial role in determining our resistance to stress thus the risk for suicide. The function of the DNA is not fixed like once theorized. Epigenetic marks, the study of how a person’s genes are constantly remodeled in response to life experiences (the more positive experiences you have, the stronger your genes will become) are the product of this interaction.10 

A research study from Douglas Mental Health University Institute found a gene, NR3CI, which influences the brain’s susceptibility to stress hormones. It was less likely to be activated in people who have been abused. Those who have been abused had lower levels of expression in the gene for the glucocorticoid (cortisol) receptor, which is critical for the stress response pathway. This kind of gene expression, in adaptation to trauma especially early in life, becomes a “state of mind, brain, and body” around which subsequent experiences organize.11 On a spiritual level, this is an exemplary explanation of how we arrange our realities from our experiences. This is not to blame those who have been abused but allow the practitioner the understanding of the spiritual perceptions in reality patterning. 


Children who are abused early are flooded with stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol, impacting on how the brain develops and affects the stress regulation system. In being flooded with fightor-flight hormones, fear is maintained and can become pathological.12 This in turn puts impact on the hippocampus, the area which controls feelings, meaning that adults abused as children will be more likely to be highly stressed, have difficulties with anger and emotions, and be prone to self-harm, anxiety, suicide and depression.13 Have you ever considered that such disorders as some cases of OCD, Bi-polar, Schizophrenia, Borderline schizophrenia, and all Dissociative Disorders might originate from abuse?14 15 


There is a decrease of cortex activity and an increase of limbic system sensitivity (responsible for emotions), decreased hippocampal volume (memory function is impaired…related to psychiatric disorders like PTSD and depression), impact on the left and right hemisphere, underdevelopment of left brain (control of language), a smaller corpus callosum (less integration of the hemispheres which can lead to dramatic shifts in mood or personality), and neuro-endocrine alterations (affects a range of basic psychological and physiological functions).16 


Research shows adults with histories of child abuse can respond to minor triggers with a range of catastrophic reactions. This is because these people become increasingly responsive to relatively minor stimuli as a result of decreased frontal lobe functioning (learning and problem solving) and increased limbic system (amygdala) sensitivity (impulsiveness).17 


Yale Child Study Center found that the brain areas in abused children have fewer synapses or neural connections.18 There can also be a decreased production of thyroid hormone which regulates metabolism.






Signs of Childhood Abuse in Adults 

Outward signs of adults with symptoms of childhood abuse can vary. Some adults become overachievers and appear extremely successful in the world. Others end up on the street, homeless or in mental or penal institutions. People cope the best way they can given their connection to their inner strength and their soul journey. All through this stream of awareness, choices are given to each of us in how to change life patterns to help evolve in more fulfilling ways. As practitioners, we are not here to judge the conditions or journey in any way. 


Your connection with Creator-of-All and scanning the body will reveal a great deal (look at the patterning in the colon and brain around abuse). Listening to the client describe their life and their relationship with their family leads to ways in identifying possible patterns of abuse. One symptom does not mean a person was abused physically or sexually. Check in with Creator. 


Compared with people without a history of childhood abuse, adults with such a history are more likely to have: no or little memories of childhood, “spliced memories” of childhood (i.e. remembering going to a store and leaving but not remembering what happened while there), out-of-body experience to escape; substance abuse or a partner with a substance abuse problem; anxiety disorders; depression; OCD; suicidal ideation or behavior; unintended pregnancy; selfinjury; abuse their own children or refuse to properly discipline their children; dissociative disorders; schizophrenia; aberrant behaviors; eating disorders; sleep disorders; sexual dysfunction or promiscuity; lack of pain sensation; chronic head, face or pelvic pain; musculoskeletal complaints; gastrointestinal distress or symptoms; asthma or other respiratory ailments; weight and self-image issues; pseudoneurologic symptoms (dizziness, etc.). 19 


Keep in mind that if clients come in with scarcity or financial issues, abundance flows best when the first and second chakras are open. This means that if a person has been physically or sexually abused or the body or energy registers that way in those chakras, negative programs will need to be cleared so the abundance can once again come into balance. 


Lori Kondora, a nurse who interviewed adult women who had been sexually abused as children, found that while many women experienced low self-esteem, depression, addictive behaviors, anxiety, pain and eating disorders, some women also experienced resilience, independence, creativity, a deeper spirituality, and personal strength. Remembering was central to the beginning of the healing process and telling their stories to others enhanced that process.20



Witnessing Trauma can be Traumatic 


A client can witness trauma when he or she was young. There are different effects in how the child unconsciously copes with such situations. This is why it is so important to keep children away from violent TV, movies and video games. The process of desensitization can start early, and the child can have difficulty growing up connected to their feelings. 


Coping strategies: 


  1. They might take the situation on energetically as if it happened to them. There is a dissociation or confusion in who it was happening to physically.


◊ I know how to tell the difference between what happened and the energy I took on from the occurrence. 

◊ I know the difference between what happened in my childhood and who it happened to. 


  1. In believing that they have to protect another, though it may not have been physically threatening to them, they hold the energy of the attack within themselves. They might hold onto a soul fragment or give a soul fragment to the other person being hurt (page 175-176 of Basic Theta textbook). They might share their life force with another. You can command to return not only soul fragments but the separate life forces. It’s very powerful!

Life Force Separated and Returned 

Command to witness the life force around and connected to the client as it separates in what was intermingled with another. The original life force returns to the client.



◊ I have to give up a part of myself to save my family… a sibling…a parent…another child…a friend…a pet. 


  1. They could internalize by blaming themselves for not being able to do something to stop the abuse. In-other-words, they unconsciously think that their suffering, guilt or strength will help the person being abused. You will find that this often happens in both physically violent homes and in witnessing sexual abuse of other siblings or friends. This must be ascertained by your connection to Creator so you can guide the person.


◊ It’s my fault for being unable to stop the abuse. 

◊ I blame myself for others actions. 

◊ I have to use my suffering…my guilt…my strength to save another. 


  1. Emotional incest, taking care of the emotional needs of an adult, can lead empathic children to interpret intentions of an adult whose energy feels malevolent, violent or sexual, as having been abused.

Work on issues around boundaries and separating the needs, thoughts, feelings, ideas and opinions of others from the client’s needs, thoughts, feelings, ideas, and opinions. Teach the client how to be a priority in their own life w/o feeling guilty or selfish. Teach them what it feels like for their needs to matter and count. Make sure to check any oaths, vows, promises, trades and contracts that might stop them from being a priority person in their life.