Today I read Chapter 4: Weight & Digestive Issues of Karma Can Be a Real Pain: Past Life Clues to Current Life Maladies
In her book Joanne states that the largest number of volunteers was concerned with weight and digestive issues. In her research she sites that Dr. Edith Fiore found that the eating disorders of many of her clients were connected to a past life. Dr. Edith Fiore found that” almost all of her patients with chronic weight excess of ten pounds or more have has a lifetime in which they either starved to death or suffered food deprivation for long periods of time.” Edgar Cayce observed that sometimes the weight issue was from overindulgence as well as starvation.
All of the case studies in Karma Can Be a Real Pain are interesting and have provided me with much insight into the relationship between past lives and physical pain in this life. I look forward to delving into this topic a bit more by ordering Joanne DiMaggio’s two books that I have listed below. Through Body Scanning and Soul Writing there seems to be a means to get relief from physical pain. I am always open to anything that keeps me away from taking medications. Many of us struggle with weight gain but how many of us have connected this to past life trauma? I think the topic is very interesting and worth delving into.
I’ve been working on a spread to use with tarot or oracle cards to help with divining the root issues of past life issues. (This topic seems to come back into my life again and again.) We can use the tools that we are most comfortable with to address past life trauma. Meditation and hypnosis are two more great tools.
By Joanne DiMaggio
Paperback: 272 pages
Publisher: Rainbow Ridge
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Also available for Kindle: http://amzn.to/2npO4YA
Are physical and mental illnesses the result of karma acquired in a past life, and if so, does uncovering that lifetime lead to healing? According to the yearlong research project conducted by author and past-life specialist, Joanne DiMaggio, the answer is yes! Fifty volunteers, ranging in age from 34 to 74, participated in the project. They came in suffering from such chronic conditions as arthritis; diabetes; joint and limb pain; head trauma; weight and digestive troubles; sexual dysfunction; skin conditions; liver and kidney issues; drug and alcohol abuse; and mental illness. Employing past-life regression and augmenting the session with soul writing, i.e., writing in an altered state of consciousness, the project sought to find the buried past-life story behind the present-day malady.
The book explores the experiences of 23 of those volunteers, sharing the details of the regression, the transcript of the soul-writing session, and the results of the follow-up interview to determine whether the session resulted in the condition being healed, improved, or remain the same. The results are fascinating.
Karma Can Be a Real Pain illustrates how ordinary men and women met their past-life aspects and discovered the karmic origin of their chronic condition, resulting in a healthier, happier life in the here and now―and beyond. Karma can be a real pain, but lucky for us, there is a cure!