Spirit Release & past Life Therapy | Soul Mind Fragmentation

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Spirit Release & Past Life Therapy

Spirit Release & past Life Therapy | Soul Mind Fragmentation

Spirit Releasement Therapy, Past Life Regression Therapy & Soul Mind Fragmentation

Spirt Releasement Therapy. Sometimes the physical or emotional issues that we seek to resolve or heal do not come from our own past lives. Rather, they can come from a totally different entity — the attached spirit of someone who has already died.

Normally, after the physical body dies, our consciousness, the soul, passes to the Light. Although we leave the physical body behind, our energy body which is the very essence of us lives on and changes to a vibration more appropriate to not having a dense physical body.

However, for a variety of reasons, when some individuals die, they do not go directly into the Light. Instead, they become earthbound spirits that can attach themselves to our aura or our physical, emotional or mental subtle bodies.

Some spirits remain earthbound because they are not aware they are dead. Quick untimely death may have left them confused and they may not be aware of their passing. At the time of death, the spirit and body may separate so quickly that the person is not even aware it has taken place. Other earthbound spirits know they are dead, but remain on earth because they have unfinished business to complete. This may include saying good-bye to those they love, finishing a project or simply watching over a loved one until they are sure they are okay.

Sometimes a spirit remains due to guilt over their death. They may feel they have abandoned their family or that they are responsible for inflicting pain on those they love with their death. This is common when the death is the result of suicide, death from an accident where the spirit feels he was irresponsible for or simply dying too soon. This type of earthbound spirit may try to interact with loved ones, but may be unable to communicate effectively. He seeks forgiveness for his perceived guilt and moves on only when he is sure that forgiveness has been given.

Effects of spirit attachment.

Spirit attachment can affect people in many ways, either mildly or profoundly. Here are some of the commonest: lack of energy, memory disturbance, behavioural change like irrational fear, anger, sadness or guilt, mood change, addictive behaviour, relationship problems and hearing disturbing voices. There may be bodily pain and other physical symptoms. The degree of attachment also varies. Some individuals are scarcely affected, while in rare cases the individual’s body and mind have been taken over completely.

Spirit attachment is not uncommon and is often misdiagnosed because many practitioners are not aware of it and because the symptoms might fit a number of possible diagnoses. In some instances attachments exacerbate an existing complaint with similar symptoms. They may be the reason that recovery from a complaint is very slow.

Spirit Release is the term given to the process of clearing the attachment.

The spirit releasement process in itself is actually fairly simple, once the entity is contacted. They are usually eager to speak, and to clarify why they have been attached to this person, and to be helped. Together with the client the therapist will contact the entity to find out what it wants, what business it may have with the client, and helping it to complete that business. When completed, the entity is ready to leave on its own free will.

I find in my practice that spirit attachments can be the source of any number of physical, mental and emotional disorders faced by my clients including phobias, addictions, anxiety, compulsions, depression, relationship difficulties, feelings of anger and abandonment, unexplainable pains and aches, and many other symptoms.

Past Life Regression Therapy.

Past life regression therapy is based on the idea, that many problems and symptoms we experience can have their basis in earlier painful experiences that have not been healed. These experiences can stem from early childhood or adolescence, adult trauma, but also pre- and perinatal experiences or even past lives.

How does past life regression work? 

In past life regression we make the subconscious experiences and memories, whether they stem from past life or early childhood, conscious. For this we use a light state of trance, in which you will be conscious of the past, as well as remain rooted in the present. By focussing on aspects of the problem under the guidance of the therapist, it is usually quite easy to find the cause(s) of it in the past.

Healing

By making the emotionally charged memories and beliefs that are connected to the old experiences conscious and releasing them, you can free yourself of their influence. You might also release energies and attachments you adopted from other people. Reconnecting to your authentic self and energy, rediscovering your soul mission and reconnecting with soul family can also have a wonderfully healing influence.

Sessions

Every session starts off with a short talk in which we discuss your progress and therapy goal for that session. The following trance session takes about an hour. After the session there is the opportunity to talk everything through and if necessary set a goal for the next. Usually clients choose to do 1 or 2 session per months, but more or less is also an option, it all depends on your wants and goals. Because the practice is quite busy I usually advise people to schedule in a few appointments at a time. Any surplus sessions can be cancelled if need be, if in time.

Past life sessions out of interest

Of course you don’t need to have problems to do past life regression sessions! Exploring past lives and the in-between state can be a wonderful way to understand yourself and your life mission better, to discover the roots of certain talents and traits, or your connections to certain people. Often 1 or 2 sessions suffice here, though I usually advise to do an intake interview here as well, so I have a good impression of where you’re coming from and what I can expect to come up during a session! When people schedule an appointment, sometimes issues or parts of themselves that they may not be aware of or have forgotten about seize the opportunity to surface so they can get some healing. The subconscious is funny that way…

For whom? 

Past life therapy is very suitable for people who really wish to get to the core of the obstacles that still keep them from living a full, empowered and authentic life. Past life regression requires a certain amount of psychological maturity: the sense that you are responsible for your own life,  well-being and the choices you make; that you are not a victim but the creator of your life. Your circumstances are merely mirrors that reflect the limiting beliefs and fears you might subconsciously still entertain. With an experienced therapist these can be understood and healed, so you can live more fully from the joy of being your authentic self.

Energy attachments

Energy attachments are energies or entities that do not belong to you but have been allowed to nestle in your energy system. From the emotions, thoughts, beliefs and energies of other people, to the presence of entities or loved ones that have passed away but are not conscious of the fact, what they have in common is that they do not belong in your energy system and will likely cause disruption. Usually they are the cause of exhaustion, vague physical complaints, emotions and thoughts that seem alien to you, etc. There is always some reason, however subconscious, you have agreed to take on the energy. In regression therapy we can find and release these energies or entities, and heal the ‘point of attraction’ so you will not attract like energies again.

Soul-Mind Fragmentation

The recovery of ‘soul-mind fragmentation’ is an ancient shamanic method of healing. Sickness was considered to be caused by the loss of one’s soul, or part of it. The healings consisted of the shaman journeying into the underworld to retrieve the soul and return it to the sick person, thereby restoring wholeness and health. Shamanic healing is still being done today. In shamanic work, the receiver or client remains passive.

In recovering soul-mind fragmentation, the client is guided to locate the original trauma, recover the lost fragment, and welcome it back into the body/mind space. In a clinical setting, this approach is empowering for the client who takes an active part in the process. Comments like: “It was a shattering experience.” “I’m falling apart.” or… “I’m not all here today” seem to reflect soul-mind fragmentation in our language. Our language tends to indicate an inner awareness. We also have language that seems to indicate the healing of the condition is also familiar to our inner wisdom. We use language like this: “Pull yourself together” or “She’s a very together person”.
Physical or emotional traumas may cause fragmentation and/or the formation of sub-personalities, some of which literally “leave the premises”. With effective therapy, the trauma is processed to resolution, with no remaining emotional residue, and the fragment is recovered and reintegrated. With the fragment safely home, the client often reports a feeling of warmth, peace, and a pleasant new sense of wholeness. Fragmentation as the source of illness is an important concept in shamanic healing traditions and it may prove to be an important piece the holistic healing puzzle.

 


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Soul Loss| Retrieval of soul mind fragments|Shamanic Healing

Soul Loss

soul lossAmong the indigenous peoples of the world, it is generally understood that traumatic life experiences, when they are serious enough, can result in the fragmentation of our inner, vital essence or soul. Often, these traumatized soul aspects dissociate, resulting in a phenomenon generally known as ‘Soul Loss’.

In tribal societies, it is understood that this loss is only meant to be temporary, assisting the sufferer in dealing with the psychological aftermath of a truly shocking experience. Problems arise, however, when the soul loss becomes ongoing, even permanent, and this is regarded as a primary cause of serious illness and possibly even premature death.

Soul loss may occur in response to physical, emotional, or sexual abuse; a molestation experience during childhood or being ruthlessly teased and bullied; a bitter divorce, a shocking betrayal, a sexual assault, a serious surgery, or a terrible car accident, to name just a few. The post-traumatic stress syndrome experienced by military veterans is a classic example of soul loss.

Or, when a child is born into this world and the first thing they perceive is that they are not wanted, or that everyone was expecting a boy and they came in as a girl, this can create a form of perinatal soul loss that can affect that person throughout their life.

Soul loss can also be the result of an experience that is so personal at the perceptual level that no one else would know that a trauma had occurred. This is often the case with early childhood soul loss in which there has not been an overt trauma, and so nobody picks up that the child has been severely traumatized. In such a case, it can affect the patterns of the person’s life from that time forward-creating inner distortions in which the person feels fragmented in their emotional and psychological realities.

Soul loss is first and foremost an adaptive mechanism that usually serves by allowing us to cope, and in some situations survive a terrible experience, in which the dissociated soul parts depart, carrying the pain, the shock, the extreme emotion, or the memory of the trauma which may be simply unbearable to the sufferer at the time it occurs.

Symptoms of profound and ongoing soul loss frequently manifest as feelings of being fragmented, of not being all there; blocked memory or not being able to remember parts of one’s life; a sudden onset of apathy or listlessness, or a lack of joy in life; the inability to make decisions; the inability to feel love for others or receive love from another, often resulting in the sense of being emotionally flat-lined. The loss of these parts of the self is often expressed as despair, as suicidal tendencies, as addictions, or most often-as depression.

Among the traditional peoples, those transpersonal healers who specialize in soul retrieval work are sometimes called ‘soul catchers’ and they are regarded as being in a league of their own as healers. They are aided and assisted by their spiritual allies, their helping spirits, and working as a team, they track the lost soul parts, find them, and return them to the person who has lost them, restoring the individual’s soul to its original, undistorted state.

In the process, the person’s vital essence returns to its original owner, an experience that they frequently experience as life-changing. This is ultimately accomplished with the willing participation of the client in creating a sincere call for this work, as well as the integrating of their soul parts back into their overall vital essence.

Soul retrieval can be done in person, the average session usually extending to one or two hours in length. Yet because it is ‘non-local’ work, it can also be done long distance, and Guruji has been able to be of service to folks both nationally and internationally as a Spiritual healer.

Soul Retrieval

One of the shaman’s most important tools is soul retrieval.  It’s possible for the soul to become dis-integrated through any of a number of common traumas, circumstances or situations that might take place during a person’s normal course of living. When these occur, they may manifest in physical or emotional conditions that can not be healed by traditional medicine or psychological counseling.  Conventional therapies only treat the symptoms.  Until the root cause is addressed, the underlying problem remains – leading to recurring, sometimes increasingly more severe effects.

Soul retrieval  focuses on locating, recovering and re-integrating lost parts of the soul.

Soul retrieval is a modality that has been practiced for thousands of years, by shamans in various cultures on every continent. Though the specific techniques for recovering the soul vary from one culture to another, the premises and goals of soul retrieval very similar – and have been throughout  history.

What causes soul loss?

The reasons for soul loss vary widely.  It’s unlikely that we are able to list all the causes.  The conditions under which a part of the soul will leave the body will differ from one person to another.  Here are typical circumstances that are frequently the root cause of soul loss.

  • Physical, sexual, or emotional abuse as a child
  • Death of a child, parent, or close friend
  • Loss of a husband, wife, or lover – through death, or involuntary divorce or separation
  • Sudden and unexpected loss of a meaningful job or career
  • A sudden accident resulting in severe physical trauma, or sudden onset of a debilitating disease
  • Exposure to shocking or extremely stressful physical or psychological conditions or events – for example, witnessing a murder, serving in a war, undergoing chemical or radiation therapy
  • Codependent relationships – where one has unconsicously given a part of one’s soul to another – say, in a parent/child or intimate relationship

Symptoms of Soul Loss

There are many, many symptoms that are indicative of soul loss.  In tribal cultures, it’s not common for someone to experience a soul loss for very long without someone in the tribe noticing.  Members of the tribe are sensitive to other tribesmen’s energy; and a conversation with the shaman will often lead to an interview with the affected person; followed by a journey to retrieve the soul.

However, contemporary culture does not support an awareness of the signs of soul loss – either by the affected individual, or those with whom he/she comes in regular contact.  So, one may frequently suffer the consequences of soul loss for years, and try a number of therapies (unsuccessfully) before seeking help from a shaman.

Here are a few of the symptoms that are common to loss of a piece of the soul:

  • Loss of vitality or passion about life
  • Depression, listlessness, or a feeling that something is missing in life
  • Difficulty with focusing attention on the task at hand
  • An overly active mind – inability to control a continuous, random stream of thoughts – which often leads to insomnia or nightmares
  • Addictions to drugs, alcohol, or tobacco as a means of escape
  • Loss of memory about a period of your life
  • Unhealthy or unnecessary compulsions – such as excessive use of media like the Internet, television, and pornography
  • Recurring thoughts about dying, or suicidal fantasies
  • A sense of multiple personalities showing up under different conditions
  • Disconnection, or disassociation leading to feelings like the world is passing by without  you, or unusually selfish behavior,, or a sense of wondering or not knowing why you’re alive
  • Chronic feelings of shame, low self esteem, or lack of self-confidence.

How does soul retrieval work?

Traditional shamanic soul retrieval involves journeying to alternate worlds to locate and recover the soul. Once recovered, the shaman will blow the soul back into the receiver.  In this process, the subject is a passive participant.  The shaman alone has the power and the ability to recover the soul.

This traditional means of soul retrieval is practiced to this day among tribal cultures; and even widely in modern culture.

However, there are broad differences between a tribal culture and our contemporary culture.  In a tribal culture, each member identifies him/her “self” first and foremost as a member of the tribe… and less so as an individual member of the tribe. In western society, we have little or no association with a tribe; and we tend to view ourselves as separate, sovereign beings. In other words, personal sovereignty is more important to a person’s view of him/her “self”.

Soul loss (which equates to loss of personal power) saps part of our personal sovereignty.

As a post-tribal shaman, Guruji holds that submitting to the power of a shaman as a passive participant works against the idea of regaining personal power.  If the idea is to re-empower the client, then the client must be an active participant in the soul retrieval process.

As such, Guruji’s method for soul retrieval includes some basic instruction in shamanic voyaging, to prepare the client for the journey to the worlds where the soul may reside.  He will then accompany the client on the shamanic journey, as a guide and ally in having the client recover his own lost soul parts.

This method has proven effective in further empowering the client to regain his lost power.

How Do You Know if You Have Soul Loss?

If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms mentioned above, or other similar symptoms…. and have been frustrated at the lack of results obtained from other sources, soul loss may very well be the cause.  A counseling session with Guruji will allow him to understand your conditions, and intuit whether a soul retrieval may help you.

To schedule an appointment for Soul Retrieval Session (Distance Healing is also available) at our center in Rajaji Nagar, Bengaluru, please Contact Us


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