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Releasing The Trauma of Dying

 

More and more people are realizing that they aren’t afraid of dying, but afraid of the process of dying. The process of dying is one of the things that I am privy to when people show me their past life issues. This is the dis-ease that many hold in the body as disease. I have seen the most horrific Forms of death that could not be imaginable. By releasing the trauma of dying from a client, they feel much relief from the physical pain and generally gain more joy and freedom in their life.

We hold these issues in the place of the body that were compromised in a past death.. Many people with neck issues were either hung, decapitated or choked to death. Many people with lung issues, were either suffocated, or drown to death. One can get a sense of how they died by what they are afraid of, have an aversion to, or where they hold their pain.

We have all had so many experiences of death. Maybe the key to life is, to keep doing it until it brings no fear or reaction in the body. This is what the great Roman Senator Socrates conveyed in his soliloquy after he drank the state sanctioned hemlock and awaited his own death.

Here are some taps to do. May I suggest that you do them all and see which ones create a strong reaction in you. It may give you a greater clue in the totality of who you are as a spiritual being as opposed to someone just getting by through one lifetime. Doing these can actually change one’s vantage point when looking at life. Another side benefit of these taps is that since we work in “all lifetimes”, it can assist in overcoming future traumas of dying.

(Say each statement 3 times while tapping on your head and say it a 4th time while tapping on your chest)

“I release the pain and trauma of dying; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of having my skull bashed in; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of starving to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being eaten alive; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being hunted down and killed; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of drowning; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of freezing to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of working to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying of thirst; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a firing squad; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being murdered in all lifetimes; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in childbirth; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of suffocating to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being buried alive; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being left to die; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying too soon; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in battle; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying of a heart attack; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being gassed; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being burned at the stake; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying of influenza; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a mass grave; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of having my baby ripped out of my body; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of killing myself; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of bleeding to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being gang raped; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a dungeon; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying for a cause I don’t believe in; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying on a foreign planet; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in utero; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of the black death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying needlessly; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying unexpectedly; in all moments”

“I release the guilt and trauma of dying before I fulfilled my purpose; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying alone; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of watching others die; in all moments”

“I release the guilt and trauma of killing others; in all moments”

“I release the guilt and trauma of leaving loved ones behind; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a crash; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in an explosion; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of falling to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying as a leper; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being poisoned to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying at the hands of the enemy; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying at the hands of a friend; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being beaten to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying of neglect; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being tortured to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of going to the gallows; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying at sunrise; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying at sunset; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying at sea; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in the desert; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in the wilderness; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying of being murdered; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being choked to death; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being decapitated; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being hung; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being martyred; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being sacrificed; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being stillborn; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying of an overdose; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in a drunken stupor; in all moments”

“I release the guilt, pain and trauma of killing myself; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of having my throat slit; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being sliced open; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of dying in the arena; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being chosen to die; in all moments”

“I release the fear and trauma of the process of dying; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of not crossing over; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being a ghost; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being harvested for parts; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being turned into a machine; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of being brain-dead; in all moments”

“I release the pain and trauma of a lingering death; in all moments”

This list should release a lot of the unconscious angst we carry within. It may give one a better understanding of their past lives. But it is totally fine to stay blissfully ignorant of the past and just do the taps to release the unconscious replay of old fears and trauma. The ultimate goal of doing these is merely to bring more Joy, Love, Abundance, Freedom, Health, Peace and Wholeness, to the present moment.

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