Can we repeat past lives trauma in this life?

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  1. AnaMa

    AnaMa New Member

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    If we don't do soul healing work from past life, can the same relationship victim-perpetrator we had in past life repeat with our grandparents, parents and us.
    I am seeing a same pattern of victim-perpetrator in past 3 generations and it turns out in my past life regression this is the old ancient pattern. I was a victim and burned by monstorous church members, my grandparent is holocaust survivor, and my sister was a Nazi to me all my life. Almost same roles were repeating in a different settings. Inside and outside of the family.

    And I don't see my self as a victim, but apparently this is very old.... and I do have subconscious freeze mode of being ridiculed, shamed, harmed.

    Second, when we heal the soul wound from the first past live occurrence is the healing done in this life?

    Hope to get your insights, very new in this.
     
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  2. Jaimie

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    Hi,

    hum...I don't know...I have only viewed this from my own perspective, really, and perhaps one or two soulmate that has played either the same role or opposite role with me where I can see a pattern, a structure...

    What you describe is, if I understand you right, is that a soul (further back in your family history, 3 generations back)has done, been in the same situation and not healed from it and therefor this action has instead of followed this particular soul followed the soul's greatgrandchildren or something like that?

    There are those who are reborn into the same family, family tree, so that could then explain if you were let's say your greatgrandma in a past life and now similar thing has happened to you in this life?

    What my own experience tell me, this is just highly personal regarding my own experiences, is what is my baggage is my baggage, so to speak, my mom or my dad are different from me and have their own baggage that they have to sort out for themselves.

    I am so sorry your family and you have become victims, but you do at least have some humor about it as you described that your sister has been a nazi to you all your life, I like your dark humor.

    Anyways, these are just my thoughts on the topic.

    Welcome to the forum, by the way :)

    /Jaimie
     
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  3. Eva1942

    Eva1942 A Walking Enigma...

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    Hello! Welcome! :)

    I believe so. I’ve noted it other places here, but my mother and I are in the same situation. In her PL in WWII Germany, she emotionally abused her children, and in this lifetime where she is my mother, in my childhood she emotionally abused me too.

    As a reincarnated Holocaust Victim (Even though I witnessed the Liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau and died soon after, I’m still classed as a victim, but I choose to see myself as a survivor), I think it is important to honour these lessons too. Losing everything can come in many different lessons (just like the bushfire victims currently in Australia where I am) and we must honour the diffulty of rejoining society. Anyways I digress.

    If this has been going on now for 3 generations, isn’t it time to break the cycle? It’s up to YOU it seems to break the cycle. Are you saying your sister was a German National Socialist in her PL?

    This is actually good for you to realise that you don’t see yourself as a victim. It is very difficult to break this method of thinking, one I sometimes struggle with too. We always have subconscious wounds pertaining to being a victim, some lifetimes old. Being ridiculed, shamed or harmed is another life lesson we must learn in some lifetimes, when the situations are right for our soul to do the most learning.

    When we heal the soul, we heal on a soul level. While that sounds straight forward, it isn’t. Healing on a soul level, means we need to take the time to identify the root cause of the trauma. The root cause of the trauma, we can ask our guides to show us the lifetime where it occurred. Some of mine stem all the way back to Ancient Egypt’s 19th Dynasty, when I was Pharaoh. When we heal the root cause, the soul is healed and thus we do not learn it in future lifetimes.

    Hope this helps,
    Eva x
     
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    KenJ Moderator Emeritus

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    Nice to meet you AnaMa, we are always interested in hearing other's stories/questions/answers. What led you to your regression?
     
  5. AnaMa

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    I did family constellation where concerns about particular issue was clearly due to the past life trauma, not my family of origin ( including grandparents).

    Would love to hear if anyone had an experience with past lives in a family constellations ( google Hellinger for more info). Anyhow in this session it showed up very clearly connection between my past life, where I was a victim and this life where I am a victim in my family origin and also victim dynamic with my father and his father.

    And I am not having a dark humour by saying my sister was a Nazi, usually outside collective trauma due to the wars is integrated inside of the family where each member has a role : victim, perpetrator, enabler, general, etc. It is all in subconscious level but it is replica of the war my grandparent survived and transferred down to my father, and same what my father transfers down to us. But then we all lived and survived in 3 wars in 90's. ex Yu.

    those roles you can see let's say in slavery and African American homes as well, where abuse is very common, it is sadly internal integration of outside oppression.

    So, my confusion is around souls. Can a part of your soul in past life be still transferred down to your ancestors and me who are repeating same patterns ( victim- abuser, or look at the transference of common themes as gambling, divorce, etc. ) And how do we heal?

    My healer said just witnessing what happened is enough by itself and integrations can take up to a year.
     
  6. Jaimie

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    Ok, alright so it was my dark humor then, I apologize ( I use to have a "nazi" older sibling too before I got old enough to mark my territory, so to speak ). Well, I suppose you have no use of me, my experiences within this field. Defective patterns that I know of that will continue into the next generation until somebody stop it to not go into their own created new family is for instance behavior and addiction, but in your case it seems different. Then again just looking at my family history relatives have been victims in all kinds of ways. Anyways, hope someone here can help you out better than I can :)

    /Jaimie
     
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    Welcome!

    To answer your question(the title of this thread), yes.
     
  8. Stewardess Ester Ősz

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    The short answer to your question would be: Yes, it is possible that we can repeat PL trauma.

    I would even say, we do it over and over if we are not aware of it.

    Now it sounds like you are about becoming aware of someting - about to be enlighted about this phenomenon. Then you have the chance to break the bad circle. Thats very positive. To let ourselves be enlighten is always good.

    This also makes me think of the early modernist playwright Henrik Ibsen. He wrote a lot of dramas about families who had the same unidentified problem/trauma coming back to them generation after generation after generation. Ibsen puts seeking truth and knowlege very high. But even higher he valuates acting well on the truth, when you possess it. He kind of says: If the truth shall truely deliberate you, you need to act right, make the right choices. One need to choose to live on freely with the truth. Too many people chooses darkness and death when they first aknowlage the truth. But be aware of the darkness, and do not choose it. We need to rule over the darkness in our lifes, not let ourselves be driven by it.
     
  9. Li-la

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    I've had enough with myself than to inherit my parent's issues, but then again I was always sure I was Anna (my past life self) and tried, and did run away when growing up, convinced they had somehow kidnapped me, and I just wanted to go home to my real family. To me I suppose family is by soul- connection much more than blood-connection, it ought to be both, I suppose, but then again I feel like some relatives, family members are just random people I did not chose while others I have a soul-connection with. I know this does not sound very loving on me, but they are just like any other stranger on a bus to me, I can't help it. There is no connection there. None. They give me nothing and I am sure I give them nothing. In my other past life I felt very alienated from particular family members too. Do you mean DNA-memories is connected or the same as the soul-connection? I have some trouble understanding your question, to be fair. I understand the title though (yeah, at least something!) and on that I agree with others here that yes we can, but when you start to bring old ancestors into the picture I feel lost what the question really was? Do you think you have to pay for your ancestor's karma? Is that what it is? And how to make that stop? I'm just trying to understand? Please, elaborate?

    Best Wishes
    Li La
     
  10. soulfreindly

    soulfreindly Senior Registered

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    I believe it depends on the individuals karma and their soul purpose as to how healing comes..

    Just remembering my traumatic lives has not been sufficient for my healing of my chronic illness for the past 45 years . I was darn hopeful it would and I spent a lot of hours remembering details and seeing connections to people in my life now . But alot of my healing has come through homeopathic treatment .

    My body did respond well to homeopathic remedies which are known to help people with past life trauma . So there is definitely a connection .

    In homeopathic treatment there is also attention to past family dynamics that affect the body .. These are called miasms ... I have had healing treating for that as well.. I am still in treatment..

    So maybe my path means learning of how this homeopathic healing technique can be of help .. Where as another person remembering a past life trauma is enough to lead to healing ..
     
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  11. Jaimie

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    I thought of this some more and realize as you wrote that you "... do have subconscious freeze mode of being ridiculed, shamed, harmed." that it may very well be the feelings of this that you need to work yourself through. With me it is depression and what feelings, identity and abusive patterns this brings out of me. Think I had it in my previous life (it would come and go, years in between, but finally they just called it chronic), and in another life further back that ended in the 1920's... I would say it was self-abuse, but also in a way abusing someone else. What I think of then is that I was blocking someone else's love for me. He still continued to be kind to me, still be part in denial about my depression, and still most likely feeling helpless on how to reach me. Then in a future life he reminded me very much of another fellow and we two fell in love. It did not work out well for us, but even long after the break up, by his book I left him, he was this wanted, charming young guy who had started to be recognized in Hollywood and had gals around. Things were looking up for him. Yet, there at the psychiatrist office, the extracts shows that he continued to express being worried about me, but admitting he wasn't worried about someone else, but he could not stop worrying about me and he could not explain why. And he was saying he had money now, finally, and it was getting better and better, but he didn't care about that, and that he only genuinely wanted me to be happy. I mean, I was a simple ex girlfriend of his that was suppose to be way out of his life. He was not suppose to give me a thought by then. That just made me think what the hell did I put those I loved through ? What the hell did I do to this wonderful, giving one-of-a-kind type of guy ? The thing is I was not aware of it. When ever I felt I had done something shameful or hurtful to them I immediately felt like running away, that they would be better off without me. That he would be better off without me. Sometimes when I go into meditation and those strong emotions of depression, in all it's shape and circumstances, comes alive it is a little tough, actually, when you are right in the middle of it. So anyway, I recognize what you say with the subconscious freeze mode following you. One just have to keep fighting to get free from it, and not let it beat you down. Just because it is your past does not mean it has to be your present or your future. Sure it is easier to have access to it and for it to find it way back in, but if one becomes aware of it one has won a lot. It is not like a curse you can't get out of.

    /Jaimie
     
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  12. Tex

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    Well, I think unconciously we try to repeat similar experiences in our current life. Sometime we do similar things at similar age. I was compleatly unaware of that, until discover just a few years ago that my life match in a kind of odd way with my last past life. We can find similar people, sometimes friends, sometimes foes. The experiences we do in the present should help to heal those in the past, at least in its escence. In my present life, when I was 17, I started jumping from airplanes. I stoped doing so at 18. I still remember the words of my instructor regarding facing fear. After 30 years I discovered, revisiting my jump booklog, that the date I started jumping in 1983 was the same date the kid started his instruction in 1943, and the date I stop, in 1984, was the same date of his last jump over Holland in 1944. I was compleatly shocked with that, and it's not the only "coincidence". Some lessons learned and othet yet to learn. But the challenge remain the same: live, learn, and leave.
     

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