Metaphysics of Diseases
What is Behind Your Symptoms?
Many times, the symptoms we feel are said to be “all in your head”. If there are no physiological or psychological reasons for the issue, then past-life exploration would be a wonderful way to uncover the memories of a past trauma. Often past life regression can reveal the “root cause” of a present symptom, injury or chronic illness. Birthmarks and deformities could be the physical point of entrance into the body at the time of death, such as stabbing or gunshot wound. A “root cause” is often found in a past life memory.
These clues can be relevant to your past and just as well to your current lifetime. Please use common sense. This information is not meant to diagnose any illness, just to give you some clues of areas to focus on for emotional release.
Asthma: may be linked to greed, selfishness, desire to take on too much and hold onto things. Unresolved grief Fear of life. No desire to be here.
Chronic Constipation: Lack of desire to do anything for others. Greed. Envy. Selfishness. Not wanting to share anything. Fear of letting go. Trying to hold onto everything you have. Fear of losing control. Fear of the future.
Diabetes: Imbalance on the emotional level. Envy towards people that have more than you. Self-blame. Feelings of not being loved. Sadness. One Tibetan monk told me that he believes, diabetes is the “unloved wife’s disease”.
Food allergies: often related to the feeling of low self-esteem and the constant need to please others. They can also be brought about by sustained feelings of being out of control. Inability to express emotions.
Headaches and Migraines: can be symptomatic of unwillingness to acknowledge an unpleasant experience, or a reaction to injury from a past-life. Suppressed anger and hate. Willful ignorance.
Eyes: recurrent eye infections and poor vision are symptoms of poor perception. A person may have witnessed a horrific event in the past and creates blindness to injustice and brutality now. A person might be consciously choosing to ignore what’s going around – literally, does not want to see. Narrow-mindedness. Rigid views.
Ears: recurrent ear infections and poor hearing could be unconscious desire to ignore what you don’t want to hear or acknowledge. Stubbornness. Unwillingness to hear other opinions or accept any advice.
Nose & Throat: sinus problems and persistent sore throats may be indicative of a death by drowning, guillotine, have your throat cut, suffocation or strangulation in a previous life. Also, lying and holding back true emotions. Inability to express emotions.
Neck, Shoulders & Back: pain can indicate reluctance to bear a burden, overbearing pressure and responsibility. Financial difficulties. Emotional restrain. Domineering parents.
Legs & Feet: stiffness, swollen ankles, leg ulcers are manifestation of needing to escape or run away. Choosing a wrong lifepath. Going to places you’d rather not, like to the work that you hate.
Stomach: digestive disorders come from suppressed emotions such as bitterness, resentment, and anger. In many cases, this “dis-ease” of the soul manifests in a current life as cancer cells in the physical body due to unprocessed emotional energy.
Sexual dysfunctions: a feeling of sexual inadequacy, impotence, lack of bladder control, could be due to guilt or fear from past-life sexual trauma. It could also be linked to rigid religious beliefs or cults. It can be the result of refusal to fulfill your gender role.
Skin: eczema, acne, hives, rashes may be symptomatic of the need to “get out of your skin.” Often these skin eruptions are from emotional pain still stored deep inside.
Anorexia & Bulimia: could be symptomatic of current problems such as lack of self-worth. Extreme fear of rejection. Past-life origination could come from rejection from a parent or a lover. The emotional impact of abandonment may manifest as a desire to waste away literally.
Obesity: can be rooted in a strong desire to build a physical barrier to isolate or protect self from the danger or society. Many victims of abuse and rape unconsciously gain weight. These people have a deep need for protection, both – physical and emotional. It may also originate from a traumatic experience of malnutrition or starvation in a former life. People would often obsess over food so that they never must feel the pain of hunger or starve to death again.
Addictions: lack of self-love. Gratification by use of drugs, alcohol, sex, shopping, food, gambling may come from deprivation or fear of loss in previous life. People may have an all-consuming urge to make sure they “have enough” this time around. Lack of genuine relationships. Lack of love in general.
Depression: some people feel sad and depressed without any identifiable cause for their condition. If in a past-life you have suffered a traumatic loss or an extremely traumatic experience, you may still carry this informational imprint and emotional language and continue to feel helpless and hopeless even though you may not have any apparent reason for it right now.
Insecurity: takes on many forms with the most common being the “fear of commitment.” If in a past life you were abandoned, you may now need a lot of affection. This often leads to a series of short-term relationships or staying with abusive partners so that you never have to be alone again.
Anxiety: is an indicator of lack of trust in one’s own abilities. Often a deeply ingrained belief about not having enough of food. A belief that there will never be enough of resources, love, and so on.
Fears and Phobias: Fear is a normal response to danger. Fear is embedded into our natural instinct for survival. A Phobia, on the other hand, involves an “irrational fear” of something that does not present an immediate or logical danger. In most cases, fear is symbolic of a general insecurity and anxiety concerning the future or mortality. Past life connection could be in the form of drowning, burning, suffocation or torture.
Female Health Issues; Breast and Ovarian Cancer: feeling unloved; loneliness; lack of satisfaction in family life; unwillingness to take on the role of a mother and wife.