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: or find him on Facebook: or at Guthlaxton House, Back Street, North Kilworth, Leicestershire (mobile appointments also possible).

Karma and past life healing therapy

The generally understood (Western) notion of karma is too simplistic: ‘do good deeds, and the universe will reward you in turn’ and if something bad happens to you it is because you did something bad in the past / a past life.

I have heard that Buddha said something like: “Intention, is karma. Intending, one does karma by way of body, speech, and intellect.” Thus the kind of intentions we consciously or subconsciously apply in our ordinary daily life are those that manifest. If your intention, motivation, words and actions are compassionate and loving, that is if you act with awareness and mindfulness, then you will drop your suffering. If, on the other hand, you are motivated by hatred or greed or your intention is otherwise less than loving, then you will invite suffering into your life. As my Guru says: ‘the universe does not happen to you; it happens for you’.

Any trauma experienced in a past life can leave a lasting negative impression. This negative imprint can then present itself as present day symptoms like blockages, phobias, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, feelings of unworthiness, anger, etc. Thus traumatic events can cause the mind and body to go into shock. As a result, the energy triggered by a traumatic ‘flight or fight’ event does not dissipate. The mind and body cannot then integrate the memory of the trauma properly which leaves a negative imprint on the soul.

Over the course of countless lifetimes, the soul attempts to heal itself by recreating the traumatic circumstances experienced in its past. This is because our problems are our greatest teachers in life and present opportunities for healing now and here.   However, if the opportunity is missed and the lesson not learned then the suffering will continue in this lifetime and the next. This has been described as the wheel of karma.

Thus your past lives may be active in your own energy field right now. You may feel their emotions; you may dream their memories, you may find yourself limited by their fears.

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