The Pilgrimage

Recently I had a session with a client who was having some conflict with her husband. It centered around finances and trust issues in regards to their security. People try to tell me what is going on in the present but I really don’t need to hear it. They are already showing me energetically the past life scene that is playing out in the present day. I can get to helping them much more efficiently if they don’t try to micromanage the session. If they consciously knew what the situation really was, they wouldn’t need assistance.

There is a definite energetic difference between people who have had Christian lives and those who have had Jewish lives. With Christian clients there are definitely more oaths and martyr experiences to release. With Jewish clients, there are more unnamed currents of suppression, mother issues and duty to the group to release. Of course this is a gross generalization.

In a scene from my client’s past, I saw a huge caravan of people walking across a desert-like setting, carrying everything they owned to a new land. She and her husband were amongst them. It was only the two of them in the group together, meaning they had only each other to rely on. It was a very difficult journey but they developed such incredible love and trust between them that it secured a bond between them that could endure anything. For some reason I saw her carrying a chair.

The client chuckled and said that when they started living together they acquired their furniture from others’ refuse and it was a special memory when they carried it home. I explained to her that the caravan life was a time when she and her husband became as close as two people could become. In her present life, she was trying to recreate the bond by recreating the drama that they endured in the past lifetime. She had explained that she did this with all her relationships. She was testing them to see if they were the one who endured with her in those times.

Here are the taps I gave her:

(Say each statement three times while tapping on your head and say it a fourth time while tapping on your chest.)

I release creating struggle to feel loved, in all lifetimes.
I release equating struggle with intimacy, in all lifetimes.
I release equating intimacy with struggle, in all lifetimes.
I release creating upheaval, in all lifetimes.
I recant all vows and agreements between myself and the pilgrimage/exodus/migration in all lifetimes.
I remove all curses between myself and the pilgrimage/exodus/migration, in all lifetimes.
I dissolve all karmic ties between myself and the pilgrimage/exodus/migration, in all lifetimes.
I remove all the pain, burden and limitations that the pilgrimage/exodus/migration has put on me, in all lifetimes.
I take back all the Joy, Love, Abundance, Freedom, Health, Success, Security, Companionship, Peace, Life, and Wholeness that the pilgrimage/exodus/migration has taken from me, in all lifetimes.
I withdraw all my energy from the pilgrimage/exodus/migration, in all lifetimes.

Sometimes freedom and love will strike the human consciousness as a pronounced sense of emptiness. If we can train ourselves not to react and remain at ease in the emptiness, we will be able to then experience satiation of our whole being in a more subtle way.

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