CAN A PAST LIFE AFFECT A CURRENT LIFE? OH YES!

Some people will scoff at the headline and say that there’s no such thing as past lives. That’s their view. With more than 20 years of regression work under my belt, my view is that (a) past lives are real and that (b) they can and do affect many aspects of our current lives. The most common issues are those irrational fears that hold us back – from flying off on holiday; from walking along the riverside; from clifftops or high-rise buildings; from making speeches or presentations. In addition, I have helped clients resolve issues with relationships; with money; with success. One woman’s relationship with her mother transformed within a week when we uncovered an ancient life where the client (then a man) had beaten his mother (also his mother in that life) to death, and we resolved that “unfinished business”. Another woman found her love life re-ignited once we had uncovered the life in which she had been abused as a child by a trusted relative and again, dealt with the outstanding issues. A young man got his life back on track when we explored two of his past lives, one of which was as a young woman who fell on hard times and became a prostitute who met a violent end in the back streets of London. It is not uncommon for people holding onto excess weight to find past lives in which they have starved to death. Tracing the issue back to where it started and dealing with it at source is hugely powerful. It allows the client to let go of all of that emotional “baggage” – the fears, phobias, addictive or obsessive behaviours, issues with wealth or poverty and so on – and to move forward with their lives. If you know someone who might tick some of these boxes, why not pass on my contact details? I am always happy to have a chat about ways in which I may be able to help someone. My landline is 01444 459 433 and my mobile is 07597 020 512. My email is: judy@effective-hypnotherapy.co.uk. I am based in Haywards Heath, West Sussex, and I work primarily from Vinings Natural Health Centre, also in Haywards Heath. Boost post 4 people...

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Fear of Flying – is it keeping you grounded?

You’d really like to join your mates on a golfing trip to the Algarve. Your fear of flying holds you back. You’d love to visit your first grandchild in Hong Kong. Your fear of flying holds you back. You’d love to go for that promotion as European Sales Manager. Your fear of flying holds you back. As the world gets smaller and travel (in theory at least!) gets easier, so fear of flying becomes more and more of an issue. I’ve had clients coming to me with all of these scenarios and more – their partner is fed up with cruises; the family is threatening to leave them at home while they fly off on holiday; and their job is on the line if they can’t get to that board meeting in Spain or the States. This particular phobia can take many forms – is it the take-off and landing? Or the idea of being so high, above the clouds? Is it the fact that you are strapped in? Confined to a small space? Not in control? It is complex, and often it may be more than one or all of these. Sometimes, there is a logical reason in this lifetime for an extreme reluctance to fly. If, for instance, you were on a transatlantic flight as a child and the plane was caught in severe turbulence over the ocean, that would be enough to trigger anxiety. Or if there was once a technical problem on a flight, it had to turn back, an engine caught fire ….. then, for some people, that is enough to put them off for life. Or several lives … In my many years of working with fears and phobias, I have found that the real root cause of fear of flying for many people lies not in this lifetime at all, but in a past life.  Recent cases have included a man who went back to a life as a fighter pilot in WWI, when the planes were little more than balsa wood and sticking plaster and the pilots had no parachutes. He was shot down on his third mission, aged just 19. A lady found a life as a man in India in the 1600s: after exploring a fascinating life, we found him buried under rubble during an earthquake in Calcutta. He was not found, and died there, trapped in that enclosed space. If your fear of flying is holding you back, in your personal or professional life, get in touch. Let’s get it sorted – and watch your life take off! Email me via the Contact page of this website, or call me on 01444 459 433 or 07597 020 512. I...

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Real Testimonials from Real Clients

Sometimes clients will write me a letter – or, more commonly nowadays, send me an email – to let me know what changes have come about in their lives as a result of their sessions with me. It is always a pleasure to receive such feedback. A handful are reproduced here, to give a flavour of the wide range of issues that have been resolved. Names have been  removed to maintain client confidentiality. First, a selection of “one-liners” and then a few slightly longer explanations. If you feel I might be able to help you, why not give me a call on 01444 459 433 or 07597 020 512. I work from Vinings Natural Health Centre in Haywards Heath, West Sussex, and I am always happy to have a chat about whatever issue may be holding you back in your life. “I’m more present, more awake.” “I left (the session) not knowing up or down …. There was lots of processing, and now I am lighter, happier and more joyful.” “I haven’t felt this good in my life.       I’ve turned the corner.” “The work you’ve done so far has been an enormous help, thank you very much!” “It’s easier for me to accept who I am. I’m happy with who I am, and I’m easier to get on with.”   “I really enjoyed the session, and did indeed feel the benefit of it. With regards my back, it felt very much improved straight away as you know, with a feeling of freeness that I had not experienced for years. ….. Also re the food issue, that seems to be improving too. Initially there didn’t seem to be any difference in the way I felt about food, but maybe a week or so later, it was like a switch had been flicked in my head, and I just felt all of a sudden that I ‘didn’t need to be fat anymore’ ….. It would be lovely for this to be something that I can leave behind in the past. Or perhaps more usefully, something that can be consigned to the mental rubbish bin as it is something that is now no longer required in my life.” “I’m calmer, more relaxed. I’m able to let go, I’m finding it easier to make decisions. My back is feeling much better. I have had problems with my right wrist for years, it is now loosening up and becoming more flexible.” “Food portion sizes are now smaller, I’m feeling fuller sooner. I’ve definitely got more energy, and I’m doing more. I’m sleeping well at night. I’ve moved on from guilt and anger. “I’m good enough for myself.” “I just wanted to drop you an...

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Fears and Phobias – sorted with Hypnotherapy

The vast majority of people have some kind of phobia and there is a very long list of them with their official very long names! Among the most common are, for instance, fear of flying; fear of crowds and / or public speaking; fear of enclosed spaces; fear of fire or water; fear of particular animals and so on. For much of the time people with a phobia can somehow work around it but when it reaches a point when the phobia is having a negative impact on that person’s life, that is the time to do something about it! In my many years of working with hypnotherapy and past life regression, I have to say that almost invariably a phobia can be traced back to a past life trauma. Not always of course – a fear of dogs may come from having been attacked or bitten by a dog in childhood – but I would still check to see if that chimes with a similar incident in a past life. Past life work is my passion, and it still makes me smile when I work with a client and uncover one or more past lives that explain the root cause of the given phobia. The examples are endless, and all make perfect sense: let me share a few with you to give you an idea. A woman who told me she was fine being by the sea but could not stand being by a lake or a river went back to a life as a street urchin in London. The young boy ran errands for an inn-keeper in exchange for board and lodging, often delivering packages on a strict, “ask no questions” basis. A few years later, the boy was doing similar work for one of the London gangs, and had done something to upset them. His punishment was to be tied hand and foot and thrown into the Thames: not a nice ending. A woman came to see me with a complicated cocktail of emotional issues, including not feeling loved or wanted; an obsession with food; and wanting to have children but at the same time being very unsure about that whole thing. We found a very short, sad life where she was a young baby who was just one mouth too many to feed, and who had been thrown down a deep well and buried alive. Can you imagine the feelings and emotions of that tiny infant? The darkness, the fear, the sense of not being loved or wanted? The hunger, the weight of the earth and the suffocating as the poor little mite was buried. Yes, it was very traumatic, and we did a lot of...

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You couldn’t make it up!

I am passionate about past life work, and the enormous amount of insight and wisdom, healing and closure that can come from finding – and resolving –  the real root cause of an issue that has been nagging for months or years. From my own experience over many years, I know how powerful it can be, and even the most dubious of clients have been astonished by the richness of their journey. All their senses are engaged: not only do they hear and see what is going on, they taste, smell and touch what is around them, be it a dank dungeon or an exotic marketplace; a sinking ship or a dusty desert. People sometimes say to me, “Jude, these past lives, the clients just make them up,” and my reply goes something like this: Why would a successful businessman make up a life in which he is a 10-year old boy, back in the Middle Ages. His father is a tenant farmer, there has been a very bad harvest, so no work and no food. His father has gone away to try and find work and food, leaving the boy to look after his mother and a young baby. The mother becomes ill through hunger. The boy goes to the barn of the lord of the manor and steals a handful of potatoes to try and help his mother. he is caught, and hanged from a branch of the nearest tree. Aged ten. Not very glamorous, is it? Doesn’t do much for the career prospects or the ego, does it? Not something you would boast about at the bar … Or the woman who ran her own business who found a young girl way back in time in a tribe somewhere in middle Europe. She was dressed in a white frock and had a garland of flowers in her hair – and then she understood why: she was to be the victim of a barbaric – and incredibly painful – ritual in which her own mother took a leading role. Hardly Cleopatra’s handmaiden, or brave general leading his troops to victory. Or the young man who found  a young lady who worked as a chambermaid in a stately country home in pre-war England. She became pregnant, and was thrown out – not good for the image, don’t you know. She went to London and ended up as a prostitute, even though she was five months pregnant. This young lady was beaten up in one of London’s seedy back streets, lost her baby and died from the subsequent infection. How would a nice young man – very much of the modern generation – know how much a prostitute charged before...

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