The Trauma of Amputation

Recently I had a long distance remote session with a regular client. She has suffered with incredible panic attacks but is better now. She was having difficulties visiting a friend at the hospital. Hospitals and medical issues have been a trigger for her in the past and we have addressed layers and layers of the issues that have made her anxious.

She had a dream the night before her session about being in the hospital and being at the mercy of all that entails. When I heard her dream, an image from one of her past lives came to the surface and I saw the reason for her distress.

It was a makeshift area for tending wounds after a battle. There was chaos all around. The army had just came through a skirmish and so their adrenalin was high. No one was in a sympathetic state and there was nothing to kill the pain. His (her) leg had to be cut off.

He was adamantly against it. He preferred to just bleed out. No one would listen to him. They treated him like he was not even there. He kept protesting but these people who knew him were ignoring his wishes. They were about to do something very unnatural to him. He could feel the saw dig through his flesh. When it came to hitting the bone, the sensation was maddening.

As I saw this past life trauma, I explained it to the client. She felt it and it made her very anxious.

“Do this tap: I release the trauma of having my leg amputated, in all lifetimes,” I said.

“I can’t do it!” she said.

I was firm with her.

“This is what you are reliving when you go to a hospital. This is releasing it so you don’t have to keep reliving it.” She got through the tap but the experience intensified even more. I tried to explain why it was so traumatic.

“Do you know how when someone is cutting through a board and they want to quicken the process they push down on the part that they are cutting off so that it snaps off? This is what they did with your leg.”

She could feel it then and as she is experienced it for the last time ever, I helped her separate from the trauma and removed it from her energy field. Hopefully she can now go to hospitals without it creating such angst in her. We removed another layer.

Here are some taps that may be helpful:

I release the pain trauma of being experimented on, in all lifetimes.
I release the pain and trauma of having my limb amputated, in all lifetimes.
I release the fear of hospitals, in all lifetimes.
I release confusing hospitals with pain, torture and imprisonment, in all lifetimes.
I release the pain and trauma of losing my free will, in all lifetimes.
I release the belief that hospitals are bad, in all lifetimes.
I release the fear of being trapped in a hospital, in all lifetimes.
I release the trauma of dying in a hospital, in all lifetimes.

The most ingrained experiences are the ones we have when we are alone with ourselves. It is a great form of validation to acknowledge our own pain and tell ourselves it is okay. In this way, we are able to heal ourselves on a very deep level.

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