The forgotten karma of health
A man in his sixties suffers from what is known as restless legs syndrome. If he forgets to take his medication, he suffers from restless legs, tingling and tingling in his lower legs all night. Then he sometimes runs around the neighbourhood all night in misery. Until he ends up at a reincarnation therapist via via-via. During a session, he discovers a life where he was a prisoner chained to a basement wall for years. The restlessness in his legs appears to stem from the desire to escape from that situation in that life. The therapist and he work through the memory and the restless legs are a thing of the past after one session.
Health is a one-dimensional concept in the view of medical science. A symptom, for example the restless legs of the man mentioned above, is considered a physical phenomenon, at most a psychosomatic case. Medication is used to try to suppress the pain and the patient is given advice such as stopping smoking, not drinking too much alcohol and not drinking coffee before going to bed. However, the physical body is like the dashboard of a car. When a light comes on, you don’t use a screwdriver to pry into the light, you open the bonnet and look for the deeper cause of the message. This is also how it works with the human body. A physical condition is in fact a warning light that indicates a deeper cause in the karmic engine. Instead of treating symptoms, it is recommended to open the human bonnet by means of trance, in order to search in the karmic memory for the cause of the problem.
Second World War
In this article I dare to state that 99% of all health problems are karmic in nature. The principle is simple. In another life, something intense has happened that has not yet been resolved and therefore needs attention. By manifesting as a physical phenomenon, the person in question is given the opportunity to delve into the underlying karma in order to heal the underlying trauma. The only issue is that very few people realize this. Let alone most doctors and other medics. If we go a little deeper, it turns out that the karma of others can have an effect on our health. Example is that of a man who gets a tumor in his cerebellum. After the tumor was successfully surgically removed, a small growing spot appeared in his lungs. In a place so close to the heart that it is difficult to operate or irradiate. At his wits’ end, the man decides to see a reincarnation therapist. There, in a trance, he discovers that his father lost his friend who was shot by German soldiers in World War II at a young age. That event in itself was not new. His now-deceased father had told about it and there was even an old black and white photo of the shot friend.
In the reincarnation session, however, the man relived the situation of his father’s friend. He saw the friend get shot in the back. The bullet came out the front. Exactly where the man’s growing cancer was now. The German soldier stepped up to the boy and shot him in the neck. The man’s father had never told him about this last shot. To his amazement he realized that this shot had been at the exact spot where the tumor in his little brain was! Not long after the session, another scan was taken of the man’s lungs. It turned out that the spot had stopped growing. In fact, it had shrunk. The friend who had been shot had been living all these years in the aura of the man’s father, who, it will not surprise you, also had lung problems and a motoric disorder due to the failure of his cerebellum when he was older. After the death of the father, the friend who had been shot had ‘moved in’ energetically with his son, resulting in cancer.
'A physical condition is like a warning light on the dashboard, which is a deeper cause in the "karmic engine
All parts of a human being are aimed at achieving wholeness. A wound in the physical body generally does not need help to heal, that is the inherent programming of the body. The human Soul longs to return to the Unity Soul in order to achieve wholeness. That is the inherent programming of the Soul. Traumatic experiences, in whatever time or dimension, disrupt the healing process. Mild trauma is purged after death, but heavy memories – like being chained in a basement for years or being shot from behind because you forgot your ausweis – don’t heal easily. The Soul in question can largely move on to the next evolutionary phase, but the memory remains until it is healed. Memory finds emotional, mental and physical manifestations in living people in order to get the attention it deserves. It often manifests itself early in childhood. The emotional “wounds” a child experiences are expressions of underlying karma in another existence. A woman who lost her partner after twenty years of marriage and then continued to live her life in solitude discovered that
she had experienced that loneliness in her childhood. This childhood wound came from the life of a man who had become a hermit after the death of his wife many centuries ago.
One of the purposes of a human life is to heal the wounds of childhood and thus the karmic causes. Unfortunately, most people are ignorant of this and the wounds come back again and again. Because they do. Someone who has been bullied in childhood will be bullied later in life at work. Someone who was sexually abused as a child will be raped later in life. Most people find themselves in a bad situation every few years that they have dealt with many times before and wonder how it can be. As the years go by, the wounds manifest themselves more and more strongly. They do this not to bully us, but to be seen and healed. However, the vast majority of people die with unhealed wounds, after which they, or others, will have to deal with the wounds in the next life. Wounds that are not healed can lead to mental and emotional issues and ultimately physical illness. Think of cancer, chronic or psychosomatic complaints and autoimmune diseases. Imagine if medical science understood this. Then, with every hospitalization, a regression and reincarnation therapist could be used to heal the underlying causes. Utopia? I think it is. But you know what I mean. It is recommended that chronic conditions in your own life be put under the microscope of reincarnation therapy. Disorders that ‘suddenly’ present themselves in the years after the death of a loved one or ancestor also deserve this attention. I’ll give you a heads up that a lot of the disorders magically disappear or diminish.
What happens next is also magical. Experience shows that a person who heals his or her emotional, mental and physical wounds then gains a better understanding of his or her soul mission. Every karmic wound is holistic and has imprints in the physical, the emotional, the mental, as well as the spiritual body. When these imprints are healed, space is literally created on all these layers for the unfolding of the soul mission of the person involved. Someone who cleanses himself from karmic wounds is healed, allowing the Soul to move on, as it were. Karmic wounds cause protective mechanisms in the personality structure and the aforementioned physical complaints. When they are resolved, the wearer of the wounds notices that he or she comes closer to him or herself. The person becomes more authentic, joyful and develops a greater zest for life. The more wounds that are healed, the more this is the case. Imagine if this view of physical illness permeated within society. That people no longer see an illness or condition as a punishment, or a handicap, but as an opportunity to heal a deeper karmic wound. An opportunity to cleanse themselves so that the life energy can flow again and the next step on the soul’s path can unfold.