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Healing Childhood Trauma

Past Life Regression heals childhood trauma

Healing Childhood Trauma

Change Your Story – Change Your Life – Hypnotherapy & Past Life Regression Heals

Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavior Modification, Awareness Therapy, and Past Life Regression can heal childhood trauma by allowing you to forgive – even the unforgivable completely.

“Let go. Let God.” That’s easier said than done for anyone struggling with life-long trauma and abuse.

Why is it so hard?  Because of how the human brain functions.

When something traumatic happens, the brain keeps circling back to find a reason and solution. So it creates OCD — Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. The brain keeps asking – Why? Why me? And that makes sense of victimhood.

Past Life Regression and hypnotherapy can help you heal quickly. I know because it helped me heal and let go. Ten years of my own “talking therapy” was like taking an aspirin for cancer. It was nice to have someone on my side and to listen to me, but week after week of “complaining therapy” didn’t help me heal.

The newest brain research proves that “talking therapy” reinforces the traumatic memories that almost killed me. But all of that is in my own past, and now I’m free of it.

I work with people from around the world – this is Los Angeles. So my clients come from Mexico, South America, Africa, Israel, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, India, China, Korea, and not to mention all parts of the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Black, White, Indigenous. And everyone has a specific story based on their culture, the time, and the specific belief system they grew up with and accepted as “true.”

Today I want to share a story about a beautiful young woman, Vanessa, 24, who came to me because she felt trapped, depressed, angry, and defeated. If I could have found a picture of a sad little cartoon burro lugging a wagon full of free-loading, music-making, horn-blowing partiers up a steep incline, that would have described her life to a tee.

Vanessa was born in El Salvador to a hot, young momma and a sexy, handsome, drug-runner dad. Her mother had three kids before she was 23, and Vanessa was baby number three. The adventurous young family found their way to Los Angeles when Vanessa was still an infant.

Unfortunately, her father, still running drugs, was gunned down when she was just six.

That left her beautiful young mother to fend for herself, and she did it the way many young beautiful women do things – she used her beauty to find men – and they were usually abusive men.

That meant that Vanessa grew up poor in dangerous, crime-ridden projects.

When Vanessa was six, a bullet meant for a nearby gang member missed her head. But the boy, the gang member, died at her feet. That’s trauma.

As time passed, her older sister Rosanna got seduced into “the life,” but Vanessa wanted none of it.

When I met Vanessa, she was 30 pounds overweight, living with her 28-year-old wanna-be musician older brother and her 46-year-old mother, who claimed to be “disabled.” She hadn’t worked in years.

Vanessa was the only one who brought home a paycheck, which immediately got eaten up by the household expenses.

No wonder she was so depressed and angry.

Intelligent and ambitious, Vanessa wanted to find a way to heal, and she followed my suggestions and began to change her eating and thinking habits. I saw her once a month, and she lost ten pounds in the first couple of months.   She changed her habits and learned how to take extreme care of herself.

Now she was ready to discover what stopped her from standing up for herself.

In her third session, the Past Life Regression, she experienced two different lives.

In the first one, she saw herself as a poor village woman whose husband had died, but instead of going on with her life after he died, she became bitter and never moved on. She wrote: “At the end of this lifetime, the lesson I needed to learn was, ‘How to love.’  I lacked love. I think I was born into the life I have now to learn how to love myself and stand up for myself. And to live for a bigger love, not just romantic love.”  Great soul lesson to learn!

However, it was the next lifetime that shifted her perception and changed her own story – it changed how she viewed her past. It also allowed her to find compassion and forgiveness for her father.

In the regression, I said, “Look at your feet.”

Vanesa said, “It’s the early 1900s. I’m a player; I’m part of the mob. I’m a real womanizer. Handsome. Narcissistic. Egocentric. My job is to transport my boss’s goods. I hate my boss – I’m ambitious, but I know I have bad intentions.”

When I took her back to the beginning of that life, she saw that her older sister, Rosanna, in this lifetime, was her mother in that lifetime. And that gangster loved his mother.

As the end of that lifetime came, she saw her “gangster self” spitting up blood into a white sink, dying alone. I asked her “to float above,” and then I asked what she’d learned in that lifetime.

“I had it all wrong,” Vanessa said. “I didn’t value the right things. I was just like my own dad in that lifetime – I didn’t care about anyone. I just lived for myself.”

That experience of standing in her father’s shoes and being the same kind of selfish, mean-spirited person has allowed Vanessa to forgive her brother and father spontaneously.

In doing that past life regression, she changed the entire story of her life. And it happened in a flash. She no longer feels like a victim of circumstances.   She let go of the buried rage and, thus, her depression. She no longer blames her father. Because on a soul level, she knows that she needed the “learning opportunity” of her chaotic childhood to experience the consequence of the lifestyle choices she’d made in her past life. Everything made perfect sense to her.

It allowed her to go forward in this lifetime and make the physical changes she needed to free herself and create the life she wanted to live. She owned her courage, stood up to the family, and moved with her life.

Everyone has a purpose, and we are all here to discover who we indeed are – at a core level, at a soul level – and to find our “soul purpose.”  Then we must find the courage to create lives that will make us proud.

If you need help with changing your mind, your brain, and your habits, call me. (323) 933-4377

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