Past Life Healing Therapy, yoga and panic attacks

Past Life Healing Therapy tells us that before searching for a cure it is important to look deeply into the root cause of the illness. It is also important to get an idea of how things will be when symptoms have been removed, because otherwise there may be unrealistic expectations about what recovery will be like. For example, eliminating anxiety is not the outcome of treatment for panic attacks; the outcome is the ability to manage and overcome these anxious feelings, emotions and fears.

For example, if group situations tend to trigger panic attacks then this can lead to being afraid of going to public places, self-confidence plummets, fears rise, and opportunities to make friends and form romantic relationships are limited; limited by a heightened sense of wanting to avoid such ‘conflict’ situations.

The precise cause of panic attacks is the subject of much debate in western medicine and is therefore still unknown. Historically, panic attacks have been attributed to over-activity of the nervous system (and, as a result, tranquilisers were often prescribed), but what causes over-activity of the nervous system? Past Life Healing Therapy tells us that the underlying cause is emotional. This can be healed two ways: Firstly, by bringing awareness to these negative thought patterns that are being self-imposed and ‘talking’ to the anxiety when in a situation of fear. Secondly, by going back to the life in which the issue first occurred and confronting the problem and understanding how that is effecting you today.

Once the healing has occurred the fear has been overcome, then self-confidence improves, fearful thinking becomes less, opportunities for relationships increase, and panic ‘triggers’ are reduced and the fear become manageable.

More recently, clinicians have been trying to understand the role of chaotic breathing in panic attacks. Some have even suggested that chaotic breathing is the cause, and not the result, of panic attacks. With this in mind, treatments for panic attacks can now include breath training.

Those who know yoga, pranayama (that is alternate nostril breathing) and mediation will be familiar with working with the breath and the concept of living a life of balance. In this way, such yogic practices can help balance the nervous system and control breath and slow thoughts – all of which help counter anxiety issues. As such, a combination of yoga and Past Life Healing Therapy can help someone overcome anxious feelings, emotions and fears.

If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please contact him on 0777-900-1896 or email: damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

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Chanting and Past Life Healing Therapy

Chanting is a great way to start the day. It is how I begin my every warm-up to āsana/ yoga practice. Chanting and yoga (like Past Life Healing Therapy) are an aid to mediation and self-healing/ self-discovery.

The purpose of chanting is that wakens your body by stimulating the (upper) seven chakra’s (which are like junction boxes for the channels of energy which run through your body). Each one of the seven chakra’s are stimulated by different sounds which resonate to the specific frequency of each chakra; respectively: “RAM”, “VAM”, “HAM”, “LAM”, “YAM”, “SHAM” and “OM”. Mantra’s that you chant (see the example below) include these seven sounds, so as to awaken all your chakra’s when chanting.

The ‘asato ma’ chant:

“asato ma sat Gamaya

tamaso ma Jyotir Gamaya

mRItyor ma amRItam Gamaya”

 

If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please contact him on 0777-900-1896 or email: damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

Spiritual Healing and Past Life Healing Therapy

Some spiritual healing techniques were born from a scientific approach and others have their roots in meditation practice. Spiritual healing and Past Life Healing Therapy actually provide an arena where science and spirituality clearly meet. Some energy healing systems have been created by healers with backgrounds in conventional medicine (like the Healing Touch technique which came out of the American Nursing industry).

There are also energy healing techniques which have little to do with the conventional medical system including crystal healing, faith healing, reiki, chakra alignment, pranic healing, etc. The common denominator in all these are that healing energy is channeled via the healer into the body of the patient. The idea is that this energy allows the body to heal itself.

Past Life Healing Therapy is part scientific and part spiritual; it has roots in both. The concept was discovered and outlined by Osho in 1990 and then subsequently developed by his private dentist (see my earlier blog post entitled “How was Past Life Healing Therapy first discovered?”). For those of the spiritual persuasion, the ‘past life’ is a product of reincarnation and/or tapping into a parallel universe where the life of a different ‘you’ is being played out. For the scientists, it is a case of tapping into the unconscious / subconscious mind. Either way, it is effective in its results!

If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please contact him on 0777-900-1896 or email: damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

The Metta Bhavana mediation technique

As I have said before, Past Life Healing Therapy is an aid to meditation/self-discovery and not a substitute for the same. The more commitment you have to healing yourself, the easier it is to go deeper into mediation.

The original name of the Metta Bhavana mediation practice means ‘loving-kindness energy’. There are five stages to the meditation.

In the first stage, you feel metta energy for yourself. You start by becoming aware of yourself and your breathing and thoughts, and allowing yourself to focus on feelings of peace, calm, and tranquility. Then you let these grow in to feelings of self-confidence and love deep within your heart. Then repeat the mantra: “may I be well; may I be happy” and continue embracing the positive feelings about yourself.

In the second stage think of a good friend. Bring them to mind as clearly as you can, and think of their good qualities. Feel your special connection with this good friend of yours and the positive feelings that result and encourage this metta energy for your good friend to grow by repeating the mantra: “may they be well; may they be happy” quietly to yourself.

Then in the third stage, think of someone you do not particularly like or dislike. It may be a work colleague or someone else with whom you regularly see around and you’re your feelings are ‘neutral’ towards them. You send them your positive metta energy repeating the mantra: “may they be well; may they be happy”.

Then in the fourth stage, think of someone you actually dislike — an enemy (failing that, think of someone who dislikes you). Do not get hung up on any feelings of hatred. Just picture them as clearly as you can and include them in your positive metta energy, repeating the mantra: “may they be well; may they be happy”.

In the final stage, first of all you think of all four people together — yourself, the friend, the neutral person, and the enemy. Then see yourself standing in front of these four people and see your metta energy as a golden light coming from your chest. See that golden light surround all four people and extend your positive metta energy to all four people. Then see the golden metta energy light extending further outwards – filing the whole room, then the whole house, then your neighbours houses and the entire neighbourhood and throughout the world. Then gently come out of the meditation, open your eyes and familirise yourself with where you are.

If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please contact him on 0777-900-1896 or email: damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

Heal current issues by experiencing past lives

 

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Past life Healing Therapy can resolve issues that are too difficult to confront and overcome by your conscious day-to-day mind. It does this by going the root cause of the problem and exploring the emotional conditions surrounding this. It can help you transform yourself empowering insight and self-awareness.

At the end of the session, there is time for integration and discussion. You may experience subtle communication from the subconscious mind for a few days after the session, so remember your dreams at night.

If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please contact him on 0777-900-1896 or email: damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

Testimonial for Past Life Healing Therapy session with Damian Cadman-Jones

 

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: damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

 

 

 

Osho

“You don’t have to do anything, you have just to sit silently doing nothing, because any kind of doing is going to take you away from yourself. When you are not doing anything, the whole energy gathers inside; it is not invested anywhere. The moment you pass your mind, all the energy that was invested in thoughts is released. When you pass your heart, all the energy that was invested in your emotions, feelings, sentiments, is released.

 Now you are becoming too full of energy. This abundance of energy gives you the first taste of existence, and as this energy becomes a pillar of tremendous height and depth, you have found the connection with the cosmos. You are no longer alone. In fact, you are no more, only existence is. Then the existence, the cosmos, the life, is a sheer dance.

I teach you to be dancers.

I teach you to be lovers.

I am absolutely life affirmative, and your all religions are life negative.

I am utterly devoted to the present moment. Don’t move into the past because that is memory; there is no relevant existence to your memory anymore. Don’t move into the future because that is only imagination.

 Just remain here, and you will be surprised. If you are just now here, all thoughts disappear, because all thoughts are either of the past or of the future. No thought is of the present.

The present is so pure, so clean, so clear, just an opening into the cosmos. This is Zen, and this is the key to enter into life eternal. The very feel of life eternal takes all tensions, anxieties of old age, of sickness, of death, and birth away from you.

You have never been born and you will never die.

It is the body that has been changing.

You have been changing houses.

But you are the reality, the truth.

The truth is not outside you, it is at the innermost hidden center.

So Zen simply means doing nothing, just being. And in that utter silence of being, you slowly slowly relax, and the spring comes and the grass grows by itself. You suddenly start blossoming – your eyes start having a new depth. Your gestures start having a new grace – your every act becomes sheer joy. It may be just chopping wood, it may be just carrying water from the well – it doesn’t matter.

Once you know you are not accidental to existence, once you know you are existence itself, life takes a tremendous quantum leap. You are no longer confined to the body, you are no longer confined to the small mind. You become vast and infinite, and only in this vastness and infinity can you rejoice, can you be blissful.” -Osho

Never born; never died

Only visited this planet Earth from 11th December 1931 to 19th January 1990

If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please email him on damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

 

Do you know when you’re happy?

No really, do you know when you’re happy? You know when you are unhappy, when you are in pain, but do you know when you are happy? Are you conscious of your body when it is healthy? You know when someone has hit you or you have hurt yourself but you’re not conscious of your body when it is healthy. The body does not know how to be happy; only the mind knows happiness and that is the beauty of it. You can change your outlook on life now and here!

The moment you are unhappy or fearful you lose your freedom and limit your own potential. Past Life Healing Therapy is a way to drop fears, help feel balanced, calm and centered. Past Life Healing Therapy can help you realise your own unique talents, releasing self-imposed limitations.

If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please email him on damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

The beauty of life

 

advert pic (FINAL)Have you ever really paused for a moment just to admire the beauty in everything around you? I mean really paused and thought about how blessed you are to be alive now and here? There are so many beautiful things that surround you- the divine is present in everything; including you.

Self-knowledge is the path to liberation; finding the divine within you. Past Life Healing Therapy can help you drop your issues and get to know your real self. Once you know your real self, only then can you know others and appreciate the real beauty in life.

If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please email him on damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

The first time I tried Dynamic Meditation

“I never tell people to begin with just sitting. With a mad dance, you begin to be aware of a silent point within you; with sitting silently, you begin to be aware of madness” – Osho.

The first time I tried Dynamic Meditation it was in Mysore, South India. There were about 20 of us. We were all students of B. Nagakumar (pictured below) who runs the Mumuksha Centre for Transformation in Mysore and was accepted into the order of Osho sannyasins. The meditation space was a traditionally constructed large mud hut (also pictured below). No words of ample meaning can describe the powerful experience.

Osho’s Dynamic Meditation is a physical, intense and effective way to balance your emotions and energies. Osho believed that cathartic methods were necessary as it is difficult for modern people to just close their eyes and sit and enter meditation.

There are videos on YouTube you can watch and/or CD’s you can purchase to take you through each of the five stages to this meditation. It can be done alone or in groups. If there are a group of you then you should close your eyes and be oblivious of the others (and keep a safe distance!) The meditation is best done in the early morning.

This meditation lasts one hour and has five stages. Each stage has a different music (except for the 4th stage where you simply observe the silence). The first stage consists of chaotic breathing for ten minutes. This is hard work. Especially if you breath correctly, i.e. with so much energy that the room shakes! In the second stage you vocalise your emotions and go completely insane for ten minutes.  I wonder if by voluntarily losing your mind, it will prevent actual (involuntary) madness later on in life (?).

In the third stage you jump up and down for ten minutes whilst chanting “WHO!” – being careful to keep the legs straight when jumping. The resultant shock waves release energy festering in the hips and help balance emotions. Again this is hard work. Remember it’s a marathon not a sprint so don’t be over enthusiastic (ten minutes can feel like a long time!)

In the fourth stage you freeze where you are and observe the silence for fifteen minutes. After so much physical work it is easier to be a silent observer to your thoughts – to watch them slow down and hopefully catch a glimpse of blissful silence.

In the final stage you dance for fifteen minutes. It’s a welcome and necessary warm-down.

Meditation is the proven way for a person to transform their consciousness and take a truly spiritual path. Nothing else can take you from beyond the day to day thinking mind and into the realm of universal awareness. In the words of Osho:

“No therapy can make anybody enlightened. The best any therapy can do is to remove the barriers to meditation, and then it is up to the grace of Existence to bring about the shift in consciousness called ‘enlightenment’. Most therapies know nothing of mediation or consciousness, they work primarily to restore wounded dysfunctional personalities. Most therapists are not meditators and they know nothing of the vast potential for human awakening.”

If you wish to undergo a past life healing session with Damian Cadman-Jones, please email him on damiancadmanjones@gmail.com or find him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pastlifehealing.net/ or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).