How past traumas affect our current lives

How past traumas affect our current lives

Most people would subscribe to the idea that a serious trauma in our present lives, would certainly affect our daily life. It would be hard to get to work. A relationship could suddenly face emotional turbulence and lack of commitment. Without proper help, some of us could face PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), anxiety, depression, illicit substance abuse, self-harming behaviour and much more.

Is it then difficult to accept and incorporate the idea that a severe trauma in a past life would affect our present life? Certainly not. Instead it sometimes offers a much more plausible explanation to the illness that is misunderstood or unexplained. By integrating this idea I suggest that we as psychiatrists and mental health staff would be able to help many more people. Today the golden standard is CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy). That method is intellectual and superficial, has no side-effects and is unable to address well hidden and deep seated problems from past lives.

Unfortunately we are unable to interfere in our fellow human beings lives. They have the right to make every choice themselves. LBL/PLR  is only possible if the client makes a choice and the treatment is available. It has nothing to do with religion or politics, but perhaps more with values and money.

Read about this brand new case under Valley of Fate.