Reveals how people's problems with unexplained phobias, lack of trust, patterns of abuse, and relationship and other issues are rooted in their past life experiences.
Our past can hold powerful clues to present issues.
David, a police rescue worker struggles to understand his severe neck pain until he experiences his life as a young boy unjustly executed. When Jade, who suffered from bulimia and relationship failures, is catapulted back to Nazi Germany her life is forever changed. Sally, a capable executive is plagued with phobias, until she relives a birth trauma and finds the inner peace she had forgotten.
Unless resolved our traumas remain with us through time, replaying over and over. We see this in patterns of abuse, an inability to trust or be intimate, persistent physical ailments, as well as fears and phobias. They may surface as a strong attraction or dislike for certain people or places, or just a sense that something is missing from life.
The many inspiring true stories in Past Lives make for compulsive reading.
Ruth Helen Camden is a registered psychologist and naturopath who specialises in past-life therapy.