One lady who came to see me had an issue with her self-confidence in social settings. She didn’t know if it was related or not, but she also had problems forming long-term romantic relationships. At that point, I didn’t know either; the issues could have been related to one another or not. That’s what I like about this healing work. You never know what will come up or to what conclusion your analysis will lead you to.
The self-confidence issue was most apparent when she was in social settings (or in group situations generally). She would feel like she had nothing of value or interest to share with people. She would therefore deflect attention away from herself if asked a question, for example by immediately asking someone else who was present for their view on the matter so as to avoid having to participate further in the discussion.
Further questioning about this issue brought awareness to the fact that this assumption – that she would have nothing to say of interest to anybody else- was not only wrong (how do you ever know what anybody else thinks? And why does it matter?) but self-imposed. As it was it was self-imposed it could be dropped with some self-healing that would take place during the session.
With regard to the problem forming long-term romantic relationships, the issue was not in finding a partner but in holding onto one. Initially, she could not understand why her relationships seemed to fizzle out before long. Further questioning revealed that she was fearful of men getting to know her too well; fearful that she would not live up to her partner’s expectations. Again the issue appeared to be a lack of confidence in herself and applying a set of unhealthy assumptions about what others and (in particular) what men thought of her.
I then started asking questions about when she first could recall feelings of unworthiness/lack of confidence. She noticed the problem about 5 years ago. She had just effectively ended (‘grown apart from’) another relationship. At that time in her life her step-father was dying. He was a father figure to her and she was very fond of him.
I then started exploring her childhood memories and the relationship she had with her real father when she was growing up. During her childhood years (and for most of her adolescent years) her mother was always at risk of dying from a terminal illness. She loved her mother very much. She was also very fond of her father, but she felt like she could never really speak to her father about her emotions and her mother’s illness.
After a while, I explained that a women’s view on men will be influenced by her relationship with her father during childhood (as will a man’s view on women will be influenced by his relationship with his mother during childhood). Further questioning about her connection with her father as a child brought awareness to her rejection of her father / the masculine. This tainted her view on men from an early age and influenced her expectations when in a relationship and, ultimately, left her feeling unworthy and lacking in confidence.
I concluded that this rejection of the masculine energy was the root cause of her current issues. I explained that she would have faced the same issues in her previous life and her previous previous life, etc. This is karma. Our problems are our best teachers in life so we repeat the behaviour (often over countless lives) until we learn the lesson and evolve accordingly. To heal the wound and drop the issue you can go back to the life in which the problem first occurred, take a look, confront and overcome the issue and come back.
I then conducted a meditative trance induction to induce a heightened state of awareness and she went back to the relevant life. In the life where the rejection of the masculine energy first occurred, she never knew her father. In that life, her father had abandoned her mother whilst she was pregnant – the father being a wealthy aristocrat who preferred to run away rather than marry ‘below his class’. In that life, her mother developed a lot of anger towards the absent father and these negative emotions were first felt by her child whilst in the womb. This, then, was the beginning of the rejection of the masculine energy and awareness was brought to this.
The whole life was then explored decade by decade, including the moment of death. The issues that arose in each decade and in the moment of death presented different emotions. The lady undergoing the session could then see how the rejection of the masculine energy affected her throughout that life and how this was affecting her in her present life also. After observing the moment of death- dying consciously- and releasing all the negative emotions that affected her in that life, the healing had occurred in her present life.
If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please contact him on 0777-900-1896 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).