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Example of Past Life Trauma Causing Problems with Relationship

David had great problems finding nice women to date. He always chose to date women who he was sure are not “marriage material.” In EMT, we found out it was related to a traumatic past lifetime in England in the 18th century. Strangely enough, even though David declared that he did not believe in past lives, when we started checking for where the trauma occurred, he immediately said “England.” He did not know where this knowledge came to him. He said it was just a lucky guess. Yet, he again “guessed” he was a woman in that lifetime and that the trauma was related to fire. He did not see anything in his mind’s eye, just said these things. When this was confirmed with muscle testing, he could no longer explain it as a guess. He then stated it was “intuition.” I explained all the knowledge of past lifetimes held in the Akashic records were totally available to his innate/higher self. We proceeded with muscle testing to get more details and between the information for EMT and David’s “intuition,” we found out that David was a woman in that lifetime. After her marriage and having three children, she found out that her husband was homosexual, and he left her alone, as he traveled with his lover. David was totally exhausted between working to put bread on the table and taking care of the kids, that one night he fell asleep while a candle was still burning. The house caught fire, and David and the kids died in the fire. Here again, we can see how much easier this technique is over hypnotic regression. As even though we discovered the essential details of the trauma, David had only fleeting visions with no emotional or physical pain. “Trauma in England, 18th century” – weak muscle. “I want to release the trauma” – weak muscle. “I deserve to release the trauma” – weak muscle. “My husband deserves for me to release the trauma” – weak muscle. “His lover deserves for me to release the trauma” – strong muscle. “God deserves for me to release the trauma” – strong muscle. “It is safe for me to release the trauma” – weak muscle. David stated it made total sense to him that he blamed himself for causing the fire, that he blamed his then-husband for abandoning him, leaving him alone with the kids without any financial support; and, of course, it was dangerous for him to release the trauma. He was afraid that should he release the trauma he would be exposed to the danger that he would again marry the wrong person and...

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Example of An Actor Sabotaging His Acting Career Because of Past Life Trauma

Joe came to me after he could not secure work as an actor in spite of the fact that he was very talented, with a degree in theater and film from the very best universities. He had a good agent that sent him to quite a few auditions. He felt he somehow managed not to give his best in auditions. We checked if he had some kind of subconscious sabotage. Joe believed that this was a result of past life trauma. So, we checked muscle strength with the affirmation: “I have a past life trauma related to acting” – strong muscle, “yes.” We narrowed it down to Ireland in the beginning of the 20th century. “I was a woman then” – strong muscle, “yes.” “I was an actress” – strong muscle, “yes.” “Trauma in Ireland in the 20th century” – weak muscle. Indeed, this trauma still affected Joe energetically. After this session, Joe had a dream when he was a successful actress, who was very successful but then became an alcoholic and had a traumatic death. He decided to Google for famous Irish actresses in the beginning of the 20th century. He found out the story of Molly Allgood, who was a brilliant actress at Abbey Theater in Dublin. Two of her closest relations died, and she became an alcoholic and died from burns she received after falling into the fireplace of her home. Joe was, to some degree, shocked by it, but on the other hand, it explained to him his previous fascination with everything Irish, and his intolerance of people who drink alcohol. As a small child, he could not stand when his parents were drinking and gave them hell, screaming for them not to drink. He also was afraid to get close to the fireplace. So now that Joe knew the trauma and the early death of her fiancé and then her husband, we were able to proceed with testing and releasing the subconscious sabotage to release the trauma. When he stated, “I want to release the trauma” – muscle was weak, “no.” “I deserve to release the trauma” – weak muscle, “no.” We also found out with muscle testing that his father in that lifetime as Molly, did not deserve it, as he was a strict Protestant who condemned his girl’s love of song and dance. He died when she was 10, and she was put in an orphanage. John Synge, the playwright, was in love with her, and they were engaged against his family’s wishes. However, he died shortly thereafter, and she was heartbroken. So, when we checked “Synge deserves for me to get...

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Example of Past Life Trauma Causing a Block in a Music Career

Debra was a successful business woman, owning her own IT company.  Yet, from her early childhood, she wanted to compose music.  She felt extremely frustrated when all her attempts to compose were unsuccessful.  She knew she was talented, yet she would start composing and could not complete any composition.  We found out using Energy Muscle Testing (EMT) that the block was a result of a past life trauma in France in the 18th century.  Debra had no idea and no memories.  She even was not sure she believes in past lives. We proceeded using EMT to narrow down more details of the trauma.  It came out that in that lifetime, she was a man, a successful composer who was murdered by another less successful musician because of jealousy.  So, of course, it was unsafe for Debra to be a successful composer, as long as the trauma still affected her energetically.  With muscle testing, we found weak muscle with “The murderer deserves for me to release this trauma,” and “It is safe for me to release it.”  We corrected both by using the Forgiveness Affirmations.  Afterwards, we got a strong muscle both with, “I have 100% subconscious support to release the trauma,” and “Trauma in France in the 18th century.”  This meant we were done, and the trauma successfully removed.  After that, Debra was able to finally finish a few of the sonatas she was stuck with...

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Blog Example of Past Life Trauma Causing a Phobia

Amanda had a great fear of chickens that did not make any sense to her.  She never had any trauma with chickens during her childhood.  Yet, the fear was so overwhelming, and she would freeze with terror and panic even when she was near a chicken in a cage or when seeing a poster of a chicken.  We then decided to do energy muscle testing with the affirmation:  “There is a past life trauma connected with chickens.”  Muscle strong, “yes.” We then narrowed it down to Italy in the 16th century.  She was a woman then.  Amanda then said she was having some vague memories, seeing herself pregnant in a barn.  We then checked muscle strength with the affirmation:  “Trauma in Italy in the 16th century, and the muscle was weak, indicating that this trauma still affects Amanda and weakens her energetically. We continued using EMT to narrow down the narrative of the trauma.  It came out that Amanda was a servant girl, and the son of the master of the house had sex with her, and then when she became pregnant sent her away.  She was walking from village to village.  It was winter and snowing when she gave birth in a barn.  She was so exhausted that she slept, only to discover that chickens were pecking her baby to death.  She ended up freezing to death and in emotional agony.  Amanda actually had vivid pictures of the barn and the chickens pecking her baby. Yet, there was no emotional load with those memories, only an understanding why she was so terrified of chickens.  “I want to release this trauma” – muscle weak, “no.” “I want to keep this trauma” – muscle strong, “yes”.  This made no sense to Amanda, but I explained this was because there was subconscious sabotage to release the trauma, and we continued to narrow it down:  “I deserve to release the trauma” – weak muscle, “no,” she did not deserve, showing she felt shame or guilt or feeling she was not good enough.  “Others deserve for me to release the trauma,” weak muscle, showing “no,” they don’t deserve it, indicating subconscious feelings of anger, hatred, and vindictiveness.  We checked for “The father of the baby deserves for me to release the trauma” – weak muscle, meaning no he did not deserve.  This was as expected, as he seduced her and then dumped her.  “My parents deserve for me to release the trauma” – weak muscle – “no,” they did not deserve, as they did not accept her back into their home and disowned her for being a “whore.” There was also weak muscle...

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Example of Relationship Obsession Resulting from Past Life Issue

Robert came to see me because he was obsessed with a former girlfriend, Melissa, who ended their relationship after a few months of dating.  He could not stop thinking about her, made efforts to meet with her, wrote her texts and emails, called her, and felt he could not live without her.  The strange thing is, he said, he was not in love with her.  She was not the first girlfriend who broke up with him, so it was not a result of a wounded ego. While dating, the relationship was not good.  They were impatient and irritated with each other.  So, Robert could not possibly explain his obsession.  It was totally out of proportion and had no logical explanation.  He came to me, as he suspected it involved a past life trauma. We used Energy Muscle Testing (EMT) with the affirmation “My obsession with Melissa is a result of a past life trauma” – strong muscle, meaning “yes.”  We proceeded with EMT to narrow down the place and time and found out it happened in Spain in the 18th century.  Robert was the husband, and Melissa was his wife then, and they had three children.  The affirmation, “trauma in Spain, 18th century,” brought a weak muscle, confirming the trauma still weakens Robert energetically. We started by trial and error, playfully checking muscle strength with different possible scenarios.  We found out that Melissa then was a gypsy girl, and Robert was an affluent land owner.  She put a spell on him to make him be attracted to her.  He married her against advice of his family.  Then she found a lover and ended up steadily poisoning Robert and the children.  Robert now understood that he was still attracted to her because of the spell that was never removed.  They had “unfinished business,” and there was still “bad blood” between them.  We a found weak muscle with “I want to release this trauma.” “I deserve to release this trauma” – strong muscle, “yes.” “Melissa deserves for me to release this trauma” – weak muscle, “no.”  We combined the Forgiveness Affirmation for Melissa with affirmations to remove the spell:  “Even though Melissa does not deserve to be forgiven, I choose to forgive her for my own sake.  Carrying this anger in my subconscious for so many years never hurt Melissa; it hurts me, and I was and still am the victim of Melissa’s actions.  So, I choose to stop victimizing myself, and the only way I have to do it is by forgiving her. “I don’t have any excuse for Melissa’s actions.  She was a gypsy girl, had nothing much as...

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Past Life Trauma Affecting Sexual Behavior
May15

Past Life Trauma Affecting Sexual Behavior

Jennifer came with her husband, who complained that his wife is being passive during their sex. She never initiates. She just “lies there” letting him do with her as he pleases. It is a complete turn-off for him. After we took a complete history and found no problem and no trauma causing Jennifer’s attitude towards sex, we decided to use Energy Muscle Testing (EMT), The tested muscle was strong when we tested with the affirmation: “It is related to past life trauma.” We again, using EMT, narrowed the trauma to the 12th century in Greece. Jennifer was then a widow with a baby. Jennifer had a vivid memory of this lifetime, and she described that she was Jewish, and her husband died from the flu. Both her husband and her baby were sick, and she attended to the baby and felt guilty she could not save her husband. She then felt she did not deserve to have the pleasure of being a spouse. Jennifer vividly saw in her mind’s eye a memory from this past life “a person of authority with a huge beard” who took care of her and her son. She said he loved her, but even though she cared about him, she did not love him. She agreed to have sex with him but was passive and just let him do with her body as he pleased. She felt dissociated from her body at the time they had intercourse. Jennifer felt she put herself in purgatory as penance for not giving her husband enough attention to save him, as she put her efforts towards saving the baby. By not enjoying sex, she was showing her dead husband she still loved him. When Jennifer had this detailed memory, she immediately saw the connection to how she behaves with her husband as a result of the trauma in Greece. She had a weak muscle with the affirmations: “I deserve to release this trauma;” “my husband then deserves for me to release the trauma;” “God deserves for me to release the trauma;” and “it is safe for me to release the trauma.” Once we performed Forgiveness Affirmations to clear all of these, we finally got a strong muscle with, “I have 100% subconscious support for me to release this trauma.” Now the muscle that was weak before with “trauma in Greece in the 12th century,” became strong, showing that the trauma was released. During their following visit Jennifer and her husband were happy to report during their following visit about a complete change in Jennifer’s sexual behavior. She initiated sex and was more active. She reported the experience to...

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My TED Talk on Subconscious Sabotage

I gave a talk at the 2016 TEDxBGU at Ben Gurion University on Subconscious Sabotage. Enjoy! If you want to learn more about Subconscious Sabotage, what it is, and how to clear it… Sign up below to get my introductory ebook: Get a free eBook!Sign up now and receive a FREE short introductory eBook about Clearing Subconscious Sabotage. Get my Free eBook! Thanks for signing up! Check your email for...

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Visual Field/Kinesiology for Treating Trauma
Sep04

Visual Field/Kinesiology for Treating Trauma

According to Karatzias T et al, (2011) EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) was somewhat superior to EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) in treatment of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Many types of eye movements have been used to treat trauma other than EMDR: Rapid Eye Technology (RET), Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT), Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), Eye Movement Integration (EMI) and Eye Pattern Release. Some researchers suggested that the eye movements in EMDR was unnecessary and using tones or bilateral stimulation such as the butterfly hug were as effective. Yet, this is not the case. Van Den Hout et al ( 2012) found tones inferior to eye movements in the EMDR treatment of PTSD. Benor (2005) uses a combination of EFT and bilateral stimulation in his technique WHEE (Wholistic Hybrid EMDR-EFT). He cited Asha Nahoma Clinton, of Seemorg Matrix Work who found that alternating tapping on the beginning of the eye brows, while reciting the affirmation, works just as well as the entire series of EFT points. However he has been using the “Butterfly Hug” instead. There is no research comparing the effectiveness of WHEE either with EFT or EMDR. My technique: Visual Field/Kinesiology (VF/K), is a modification of Eye Pattern Release, by Donna Eden. Except Eden only does it using a horizontal figure 8 in the visual field. I found in my practice that it is not enough and we need to cover the entire visual field. I also found that it is mandatory to first remove subconscious sabotage to let go of the trauma. EFT and EMDR have the same common denominator: They combine affirmations with some kind of sensory stimulation. They share that with Sensory-motor Psychotherapy, that uses the body, rather than cognitive or emotion as a primary entry point in processing trauma. According to Milton Erickson, severe stress or trauma produces an altered state, as a form of spontaneous hypnosis which encodes problems and symptoms in a manner which binds them to this altered state. Brent Baum uses the holographic model of Karl Pribram. He regards flashbacks and other dissociation symptoms of PTSD as emotions stuck in a holographic space. He regards dissociated emotions created at a moment of trauma as 3D geometrical metaphors that are frozen and stuck in a holographic space, that like hologram contains the entire trauma. The holographic model of the mind posits that holographic memory principle (when each memory fragment contains the whole) enable any one of sensory fragments to replicate or trigger the whole stored memory. So, any sensory response- touch smell or sight can trigger the entire trauma. Visual triggers may be the most common. Sometimes there may...

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