Reducing Unprocessed Trauma: Rosanna RozyGlow Hanness’ Big Idea That Might Change The World
An Interview With Fotis Georgiadis
… Don’t do anything until you put your higher self, the ‘you’ that already has what you desire and the wisest aspect of your consciousness, in charge. This is the first step I teach in my coaching work. Otherwise, you are operating from your conditioning or ego programming, and this is not the elevated consciousness that will lead you from where you are to where you want to be.
As a part of my series about “Big Ideas That Might Change The World In The Next Few Years” I had the pleasure of interviewing Rosanna RozyGlow Hanness, the Maverick behind the StarPeace Movement, a MultiDimensional Success Coach, Galactic Healer, and CEO. Rosanna created the StarPeace Movement to shift a global fear, stress and struggle addiction to one of love and thriving, via the entertainment industry. With more than 22 years working in fertility, pregnancy, birth and conscious parenting and based on her extensive research into early influences, Rosanna’s pioneering approach addresses the roots, causes and symptoms of intergenerational trauma.
Rosanna has been featured in Forbes and was listed as one of the New York Weekly Times’ Most Inspirational Women of 2022.
Thank you so much for doing this with us! Before we dig in, our readers would like to get to know you a bit. Can you please tell us a story about what brought you to this specific career path?
My journey into recognising how our early influences shape us began when I was 14. I was depressed and felt like I didn’t belong on this earth, so had the first of several rebirthing sessions. Understanding how our birth experience dictates what we expect from life started me on a path I’ve been on ever since.
During this lifelong exploration of the connection between my human and soul self, I have trained extensively as a healer and yoga teacher, specializing in fertility, perinatal and early years. I am always amazed at how little is known in the mainstream about the research in pre- and perinatal psychology, epigenetics and quantum physics, which, if integrated, would be transformational for humanity.
The work of Dr Bruce Lipton underpins a lot of my studies, inspired me to retrain as an Emotional Mental Detox coach with Suzanna Kennedy. My coaching career took me deeply into the world of metaphysics, as I learned how to co-create my reality in alignment with my soul consciousness (higher self).
My physical and spiritual practices opened me up to be a channel of my higher self, which is expressed as the galactic consciousness, RozyGlow. I started to receive psychic downloads, including, on 31 October 2020, the Sovereignty Prayer, which activated my soul mission. I was given crystal clear guidance that ‘The Light has won, let humanity know that peace has been declared in our universe’. This was the birth of the StarPeace Movement.
Can you please share with us the most interesting story that happened to you since you began your career?
By far the most potent lesson I witness again and again is how our ancestral influences play out in our lives, and how our cellular memory will seek out opportunities to heal past trauma.
I am three-quarters Greek, born in Oxfordshire (middle England), and have lived in many countries, yet I was drawn to live and set up my yoga business in South Croydon, a town in south London, UK.
I subsequently discovered that my maternal grandfather, my only English grandparent, was actually born and raised in the same town. After being called to specialize in pregnancy and birth yoga, I ended up working with the maternity services at Croydon University Hospital. It was only then that I found out my grandmother had given birth to a stillborn boy, my mother’s older brother, at the very same hospital.
A UK National Birth and Motherhood Survey found that more than 80% of all women are frightened of giving birth (Mother & Baby Magazine, October 2002). It is a vicious circle — women become fearful after consuming negative information, and this stress makes birth more complicated. I became an advocate for pregnant and birthing women, supporting them to overcome their fears, and in the 10 years I worked with them, the maternity unit went from being one of the worst to one of the best in the country.
I ended up living in South Croydon for 12 years. I tried to move sooner, but until my work was done, my DNA wanted me to stay.
Which principles or philosophies have guided your life? Your career?
- Change your view of the world and the world around you changes.
- Nurture the mother and she will nurture the child.
- Love always wins — its vibrational frequency is higher than fear.
- Treat others as you would like to be treated.
- There is no such thing as ‘I can’t’ — if you believe it, you can achieve it.
- No guilt, no blame, no shame — these states indicate a misalignment with our soul consciousness.
- Money is neither good nor bad — it is what you do with it that counts.
- Scared is sacred scrambled — fear means GO not NO!
Ok thank you for that. Let’s now move to the main focus of our interview. Can you tell us about your “Big Idea That Might Change The World”?
I believe the entertainment and media industry can change the world for the better, because of how our collective consciousness responds to what we consume as entertainment.
There are two important areas to consider:
1) The content and depiction of what we consume via screen, books and audio.
2) The consciousness of those who create and perform this content.
We are heavily influenced by what we watch, read and listen to1. Pop culture is a form of art, and all art is informed by the artist’s life story. I believe that by working with the creators of entertainment and media to explore their early influences and process their unresolved pain, whether directly experienced or inherited, we can shift the collective consciousness, changing the trajectory of humanity for the better.
We have more than 60 years of pre- and neonatal research2 to prove that we are not born a blank slate. The development of a fetus is influenced by both unprocessed pain and stress from previous generations, and also by what the mother consumes through her senses.
Our DNA expression changes according to our environment3. Collective events such as wars, famines, genocides and plagues, leave their mark, as do any personal experiences felt as loss, shock or pain. If we are never given the time, space and support to recover from this trauma, the pain is stored in our cellular memory for the next generation to inherit. This helps explain why we keep recreating the same stories over and over again. We are literally programmed to expect it, and then we reinforce the same messages through what we consume as media and entertainment.
The most influential ‘philanthropists’ and political leaders are all post-war babies. Politics and media have always been strongly linked. We use television to Tell-A-Vision, but is that vision helpful for humanity?
What our mother watches, reads and listens to, while we are in the womb, influences our perception of ourselves and the world. Babies develop an expectation of stress and struggle, which they will continue to seek out later in life, even if uncomfortable, as it feels familiar. The brain is wired to survive or thrive according to maternal conditions. Minimizing the exposure to potentially damaging prenatal influences will help to lessen their impact and support a better start in life.
The vast majority of current media and entertainment stimulates adrenaline and induces stress. Consider all the bad news, horrors, thrillers, action movies, dramas, soap operas and violent computer games, as well as the unrealistic and unachievable perfection propagated by social media. The brain cannot tell the difference between real and imagined stress, so what we choose to consume in our leisure time is of paramount importance. All of the above have a negative impact on young, developing brains, stoking the stress addiction and affirming unhelpful narratives that keep us stuck in a cycle of fear.
We can break free from this cycle, by helping the creators of pop culture to evolve beyond their subconscious programming and pain story. This allows them to rewrite their personal narrative and create from their highest consciousness, paving the way for a tsunami of positive storytelling and characters who model the very best of human behavior, even during their most difficult challenges.
I have guided thousands of people through this journey, which changes their whole perception of life and what is possible, enabling them to co-create the reality they desire rather than fear. When soul consciousness guides our human mindset, the impossible becomes possible. Add to that the recent explosion in technology, and we are perfectly placed to amplify and feed these positive messages to a ravenously hungry audience.
How do you think this will change the world?
I believe that in just one generation we can significantly reduce the unprocessed trauma of previous and existing generations and reset our expectations of the future. Instead of being born into this world already addicted to adrenaline, stress and struggle, babies will grow in an environment that engenders an addiction to the love hormone, oxytocin. We will become hard-wired to thrive instead of merely survive.
Women will consistently see, hear and read how to sit, breathe and deal with challenging events while pregnant, and prepare for the best possible birth outcomes. We will see everywhere, role models of healthy relationships, communication styles and conflict resolution, and so evolve our expectations and habits.
The world is full of trauma experts, therapists and coaches who can raise awareness and facilitate a global ‘platform upgrade’ from fear to love. What if the norm was to be healthy instead of sick? Happy instead of stressed, anxious and depressed? Thriving instead of surviving? Wealthy instead of struggling financially?
The subconscious is 90% more powerful than our conscious mind, so we are subliminally programmed by what our senses consume. Consequently, entertainment and media coverage has the power to take us from where we are to where we want to be, through conscious, heart-centered storytelling.
Imagine a world where the very best of human behavior is modeled consistently on screen, in music, and on the pages of what we read. Humanity adjusts its expectations of what is ‘normal’ and how to show up in life. We change our view of the world, and as result, the world around us changes.
There is potential for my big idea to be criticized for sugar-coating what is really going on, and for portraying a reality that is just too far removed from the current status quo to seem achievable.
We must meet people where they are, using storylines that accept and acknowledge the current collective mindset and present how they can evolve into a new consciousness. Only then will we empower the audience to cross the bridge from the old world of fear and struggle to a new world of love and thriving, exploring a reality beyond what we currently know is possible.
Black Mirror and many other TV series focus on negative storylines, exploring possible avenues for the future of humanity that are anything BUT about thriving, healing and living consciously. There is very little that invites us to imagine how things COULD be. For example, what would a planet that has evolved beyond war look like? What if all extraterrestrials were not the threat we imagine them to be? What if they were teachers from other dimensions coming to help us evolve beyond our struggles?
I don’t deny that there IS already a movement towards positive storytelling — in movies, TV series, social media, gaming, even news — but it makes up only a small part of the output. We need to flip this on its head and shine a light on what is already helping humanity to evolve in a positive direction.
My big idea has the potential to provoke anger, among the people who use the entertainment and media industry to spread propaganda, and among consumers, as they realize how they have been manipulated.
Anger is a normal part of the process of awakening. As we explore a relearning of history, if you like — we need to focus attention on how we can evolve into a thriving world. It is important to practice creative responsibility, using entertainment and media content to help people learn how to process emotions in a healthy way, and how to focus on solutions rather than the problem.
Was there a “tipping point” that led you to this idea? Can you tell us that story?
The tipping point for me was realizing that the majority of what we consume as entertainment is detrimental to our wellbeing. I stopped watching mainstream TV and news years ago, when I realized that all it did was lead me into fear and struggle. But just turning it off is not enough.
What do we want instead? How can we use media and entertainment to enhance wellbeing, including our collective mental, emotional and physical health? Can we shift our subconscious programming from fear and struggle to trust and thriving, through what we watch, listen to and read?
Already, streaming services allow us to pick and choose what we give our attention to. Where attention goes, energy flows, so if we choose to focus on positive narrative, this is what we will experience. Through my research and experience in pre- and neonatal psychology, desensitization to violence, neuroscience, epigenetics and quantum physics, I believe that imagination is the key.
Pop culture has the power to open us to new ideas and elevate our consciousness, helping us to see things differently, and empowering us to make different choices. Creativity is fuelled by imagination. This is art. If life imitates art, let’s make that art exceptional and let’s make it work for all of us.
What do you need to lead this idea to widespread adoption?
We now have scientific research that highlights the impact of our everyday choices on our personal and collective consciousness. We also know how to shift the world from its current pattern of fear, conflict and struggle, by minimizing and preventing trauma from passing from one generation to the next. If we want things to change, we must make this information widely available, and apply it.
We need everyone — the creators, the influencers and the consumers — to play their part.
I need to work with the creators of entertainment and media at the highest level. As they heal their unprocessed trauma, they will elevate their own consciousness. This will allow them to ‘download’ their creative inspiration from their soul consciousness (higher self), rather than from their subconscious conditioning (ego programming), which will always seek to tell the story behind the trauma. Once they are creating from their higher self, they have the potential to raise the vibration of the human race.
We also need to work with those who consume entertainment and media. As consumers, WE have the buying power. We can swing the vote, simply by refusing to fund that which is detrimental. We need to raise awareness of what people are currently buying into, and the impact this has on their wellbeing, so they can make choices aligned with what they want to energize in their lives.
Social media plays a crucial role as it is a very powerful way of amplifying messages and reaching a vast audience. Once key influencers adopt an idea, it goes viral, and this has a deep and long-lasting effect on the collective consciousness. Why not make the algorithms work for us?
Everyone knows Star Wars, the seemingly endless battle between good and evil. Everyone needs to know about StarPeace, the potential reality beyond the battle. We need #StarPeace to go viral, as both a word and a concept, spreading imagery and messaging around living as a peace-loving, rather than fear-mongering, planet. Talking about #StarPeace in both original and shared content, shows a personal alignment with a solution-focused mindset. Using #StarPeace in social media posts, print, lyrics, conversation, storylines and fashion becomes a way of saying “I AM choosing to see the world through eyes of love, I AM choosing to shift the narrative in my own life, I AM powerful”.
Once the general public is in possession of this information, it has the potential to change the face of social media, advertising, program creation and, as a result, politics, healthcare and education. As this positive approach is widely adopted, the negative fear narrative will simply fizzle out.
Find out more about StarPeace and how to get involved at
What are your “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started to Pioneer a Movement” and why?
1. Put your soul in control and follow its instructions.
As pioneers and visionaries, we are multi-talented and have a myriad of ways we can express our gifts. What is optimal? Your soul already knows. What is the most graceful, easy and joyful way I can impact this world with my gifts? Ask and listen. Create space for the answer to come and have faith your question has been heard. This allows you to create from the highest inspiration.
The ego resists the soul so expect resistance! Keep tuning into what you most desire, and align these wishes with the Highest Good and the Win Win Win. This inspires the most auspicious mindset and links you to everyone that has a soul purpose connection to your divinely-inspired project.
2. Dream your biggest dream and get straight to it.
This is reverse engineering. How would it FEEL to have accomplished your biggest dream? Let this inspire your action. Ask yourself, ‘What is the next step I need to take to bring this vision closer to reality’? You are on a journey. You have aligned with what you desire to actualize, and you can now trust that everything you encounter along the way is part of the plan.
I had the download about shifting my attention to the entertainment industry nearly a year before I really started to listen. My subconscious conditioning (ego programming) argued with my soul consciousness (higher self) as my dream felt too big, so I spent six months and a lot of money procrastinating. Once you’ve had a memo from your higher self, align yourself fully with it and TAKE ACTION!
3. Don’t try to figure it ALL out. Because you can’t.
The next step will be revealed, one at a time. Map out what you do know and trust the gaps will be filled as you step forward. Take time to process each bit of information you receive, in dreams, meditation, or as a consciousness download. Write down your epiphanies and dialogue with the part of you that is planting these seeds in your consciousness. Notice what subconscious resistance, which is just your ego programming, comes up and work on clearing that first. This is a big part of the work that I do.
4. We can’t build a new world from an old world program or way of being.
We are learning how to create with grace and ease, moving away from the old world theory that the only way to achieve is through over effort. If you approach your big vision expecting blood, sweat and tears, this is how it will be. You can’t force the process of creating from your higher self. Yes, there will be times when you have to push through, when you feel uncomfortable and want to give up. When you feel like giving up, know this precedes every big leap. This is part of the process of birthing a new level of yourself.
The good news is that in order to help things unfold more efficiently, the key is to take care of yourself! Make it a daily priority to fill up with what brings you joy. Listen to your body and what it needs. There is no point in pushing through when you require rest. When you find yourself hitting a wall, let go and lean back into everything you have achieved so far. Choose to align with divine right timing and many of the obstacles will be removed. All you need to do is enjoy the journey and watch the magic happen.
5. Give your body time to recalibrate each time you take a step towards your dream.
This will allow your nervous system to catch up with the changes happening to your body, mind and spirit. You are upgrading your circuitry. When I first had my big idea, I didn’t know this. I pushed through and ended up bed-bound for 10 days. My body needed time to rest and recalibrate, as my consciousness had been blasted to another level. Once you get clear on how to share what inspires and delights you with the most impact, you will need lots of rest and relaxation so you don’t burn out with all the energies you are hooking up to. You will also need to replenish yourself, by seeking out things that nourish and delight you (good food, meditation, yoga, dancing, making love, having fun) in order to keep your vibe high.
Can you share with our readers what you think are the most important “success habits” or “success mindsets”?
- Believe in yourself, and get whatever support you need to bolster this self belief.
If there isn’t an existing program in your subconscious to support what you want to experience, then pay to work with someone who already has what you want. This is how you ‘download’ it.
2. Surrender control to your soul.
Don’t do anything until you put your higher self, the ‘you’ that already has what you desire and the wisest aspect of your consciousness, in charge. This is the first step I teach in my coaching work. Otherwise, you are operating from your conditioning or ego programming, and this is not the elevated consciousness that will lead you from where you are to where you want to be.
3. Embrace any resistance that comes up as a sign that you are on the right path.
Learn how to spot the many clever ways your ego conditioning tries to limit you, and do not allow this to stop you. Resistance will show up as fear, procrastination, self-criticism and judgment, as the world around you reveals where you are not yet fully aligned with what you desire.
4. Scared is sacred scrambled.
Feeling scared is not a sign to give up. Lean into the uncomfortable, the unfamiliar, the doubt — there is treasure in there. Learn to challenge limiting beliefs and create new beliefs from them, ones that serve your vision and expand your energy.
5. Evolve beyond living in F.E.A.R. (False Evidence/Emotion/Expectation Appearing Real).
Learn to trust your inner authority, your intuition. Looking outside of yourself for validation when you are a pioneer does not work. Only seek advice from those who are already ahead of you on your chosen path. Expecting someone who does not aspire to your goals, or who is of a lower vibrational frequency than you, to bolster your confidence, will not work.
6. There is no need to force the river, it flows on its own.
Resist the urge to rush. When you feel inspired, act, and when you feel depleted, don’t. Let go of the need to overplan. Map out the steps that are clear to you, and you will find your way. Taking imperfect action as soon as you are ready allows you to build confidence and forge ahead on your path. Your personal inner work will create secure foundations for the structures you wish to build. Strengthen the banks of the river so it can truly flow.
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Would you like to co-create StarPeace with me?
StarPeace is a huge blockbuster movie, a bestselling book, a triple platinum album, an award-winning soap opera, a world-changing documentary, a radio station and a media platform that has the potential to shift humanity’s consciousness from fear, stress and struggle, to love, thriving and peace.
We know that fear and sex sell, but nobody has fully explored just how lucrative LOVE can be. StarPeace is the evolution of StarWars. What exists BEYOND the battle between good and evil?
This is uncharted territory, with infinite potential for the exploration of positive narrative. Combining the extensive research we already have with creative storytelling, we can move from a global addiction to stress and adrenaline (the accumulation of intergenerational trauma), to a global addiction to love. By creating content that stimulates the love hormone, oxytocin, our bodies will shift from survival mode to thriving, rewiring our circuitry and enabling us to co-create a world beyond struggle and drama.
I am calling the most well-intentioned minds, hearts and souls, who desire to have the greatest impact in the shortest time, to step forward and use their status, power and influence for the Highest Good of ALL.
How can our readers follow you on social media?
Facebook StarPeace: https://www.facebook.com/groups/527683555268183
To find out more, and how you can get involved, check out
- https://medium.com/illumination/its-not-just-a-movie-how-television-shapes-our-brains-25f00cb42205 and https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10904203/
- https://birthpsychology.com/ and https://www.trvernymd.com/
Thank you so much for joining us. This was very inspirational.