Past Lives and Current Incarnation

What it Means to You

Many of us often don’t ever consider our “past lives,” or even our current incarnation, but this is a topic that is extremely interesting to me.   It’s one that I enjoy speaking about, and in my teachings, I address the different ways we bring our accumulated beliefs and programming into this current lifetime, and how severing them can be beneficial.  I help you receive or run energies to realign your soul, remove the need to continue others’ pain and suffering, tackle beliefs about the religions of the world, and repair negative experiences with your family.

I wholeheartedly believe in understanding why YOU are so important in YOUR life.  I want you to take back control of your thoughts and how you handle situations, stand up for yourself and speak your truth, address any addictions you are experiencing, and understand why you are going through any obstacles in your life.

Reincarnation, or the recycling and subsequent rebirth of energy, occurs all around us in different shapes and forms every day.  Whether this is something you believe in or not, in this article we will explore the ways your belief systems and programming are affecting your present self and your created reality.

A belief is an acceptance that a certain statement is true, or whether something exists or not. The word ‘belief’ is often correlated with trust, faith, or confidence in something, however, beliefs can also be harmful as they can be limiting and hold negative connotations and this is what I’m aiming to bring to your attention.  Positive beliefs are wonderful to have, however, negative ones not so much so.

Examples of Limiting Beliefs:

  • “Bad things always happen to me.”
  • “I’m not worthy of receiving good things.”
  • “I am never enough.”
  • “I only deserve to have toxic partners.”

Can you see how those statements are harmful to your wellbeing?  Limiting beliefs are thoughts and opinions that one believes are the absolute truth. They often hurt your life and prevent you from moving forward and growing. They are tough, and the longer they live in our minds the tougher they get, and they can be hard to change.  There are ways!

Where Do Limiting Beliefs Come From?

Limiting beliefs stem from many different things that happen in your life.  Many of these beliefs are born in childhood and early adolescent years.  Speaking from a spiritual standpoint, the effects of a past life can manifest in your current life in many ways.  Inside of our subconscious minds lies our memories from past lives, and even though we rarely remember having lived these past lives, the experiences we had living them shape who we are today.  If we experienced phobias, physical problems, violence, or trauma in a past life they may show up as fear, uncontrollable anger, self-limiting beliefs, or low self-esteem. Or worse. It’s the same if we have experienced those things during this life as a child or teenager.

We can also develop limiting beliefs through:

  • Education/ teachers
  • TV/News/Social Media
  • Our family/friends
  • A romantic partner

How to Identify Your Limiting Beliefs and Work Through Them:

1. Write Down Your Beliefs

Start by identifying your general beliefs.  What do you feel strongly about?  How do you feel about yourself?  I mean, REALLY feel about yourself.  Be honest, you’re only talking to yourself about you; no-one will know.  If you feel stuck while doing this, search for self-reflection prompts online or take a personality quiz.  A great option is the Myers-Briggs personality type.  Once you’ve done this, examine which ones are helpful to your growth, and which ones may be holding you back.

2. Reflect on Your Behavior

Think of past moments where you have acted negatively.  Do you know what caused them?  For example, if you find it difficult to communicate your feelings, you may have the limiting belief that “emotions and vulnerability = weakness.”  Where does this come from?  Did you grow up in a household where your caregivers were emotionally unavailable?  Did you have an experience that frightened you and you felt unsafe, or been abused in any way?  What were you told as a child that made you think you’re ‘weak?’

3. Identify Where You Feel Challenged in Life

Are you having difficulty getting your business up and running?  Are your romantic relationships always a flop?  Where are you challenged?  These obstacles may be the byproduct of negative beliefs that you have adopted as truths.  As you go through each challenge, make note of a belief that pertains to it.  For example, if you are struggling with money, uncover what you may think about the accessibility of money/success.  Did you grow up being told “I can’t afford that,” or “money doesn’t grow on trees?”

How To Overcome Negative Beliefs:

1. Create a Well Organized Environment

Get rid of clutter that you have accumulated. This is a good way of keeping a positive energy flow through your home. Treat this exercise as if you are decluttering your mind of what no longer serves you. The fundamentals of minimizing are clarity, honesty, and detaching from material objects. You don’t need to do it all at once; do it over time, maybe tackle one cupboard and if it takes you a few evenings that’s fine – one at a time.  Don’t get distracted and end up doing several areas at once, that only makes for more stress!

2. Ask for Help

If you’re struggling to change your limiting beliefs on your own, it’s helpful to reach out to someone. However, one word of caution; talking to someone who is close to you and possibly involved in your situation, may not work.  People close to you have difficulty in being objective and honest because they fear upsetting you.  Consider talking to a trained professional who is miles away from your situation; it’s easier to see what’s truly going on if you’re not involved.  This advice is from personal experience.

3. Meditation/Self-Reflection

Beliefs often originate from the thoughts of others that sneak their way into our psyche. Start by tackling your thoughts. This can help you change negative beliefs.  Calm your mind and think of NOTHING.  If thoughts some into your head, just release them and let them go.  This can take a while to get used to, but stick with it and keep going.  Perseverance is definitely required, but once you’re there….

4. Positive Affirmations

It is reciting and thinking the direct opposite of your discovered negative belief. For example, if you found you hold the belief “I am not enough,” you may say “I am whole. I am complete. I am more than enough.” It’s important to keep up with affirmations and even if you don’t completely believe them to be true, keep telling yourself great things.  Positive affirmations force you to speak about yourself positively, and if you keep it up, over time, you’ll change your beliefs in your subconscious mind and believe your new affirmations.

5. Take a class

Consider taking the “Voyage of Transcendence: Embarkation” with me and other like-minded individuals.  Together, we will work on changing perceptions, increasing awareness, and creating the amazing life that you deserve.  You can work through the course at your own pace and at a time that suits you.

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I look forward to assisting you on your journey.

I Love You.

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