The more I work with clients across a range of issues from holding on to weight to depression, from a strange phobia to general anxiety, the more I realise just how many of them can be traced back to a past life.

So I have decided that my personal challenge for the New Year is to somehow make people understand that working with past lives is not just “over there” stuff for hippies and wierdos, it is a very powerful healing tool for everyone.

It has nothing to do with religion and everything to do with spirituality and the Universal Laws. A client doesn’t actually have to believe in past lives or reincarnation for the healing to work: it is the process of discovering the root cause of a particular problem and resolving the issue that triggers the healing.

I was talking with my teacher / mentor the other day and he told me yet another lovely story. One of the students in his group, a volunteer for a demonstration of a past life session, showed the class some nasty marks down his back. He said he got them while working on a building site, there had been an accident with some cement. He was a good subject and went back to a past life where he had been whipped and burned on his back. The following week he reported that his back was starting to heal, his long-standing wounds were vanishing, all on their own.

Re-reading the works of Dr Brian Weiss, Roger Woolger, Ian Stevenson and Roy Stemman reminded me all over again of the thousands of case studies that have been verified and that now support this whole theory. I love it, and am looking forward to developing it more in the coming year.

If you feel that the root cause of your particular problem – fears or phobias; general anxiety; relationship, health or money issues – may go back to a past life, or if you just think it would be worth exploring that avenue, feel free to call me for a chat. It costs you nothing except your time, and who knows where it may end!

Call me now on 01444 459 433 or 07597 020 512: I look forward to hearing from you.

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