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Rules of the House #25g: Past Life Carry Over Fears - People

"Habits... form us. Conquer your bad habits or they will conquer you." (Rob Gilbert)

When people enter their present life, they have forgotten that they have chosen the difficulties they are facing now to resolve unfinished business from past lives.

Often that business is conquering fears acquired in the past that are no longer serve them like:


Xenophobia [Strangers] [Crown]
Scelerophobia [Scams] [Brow]
Glossophobia [Speaking] [Throat]
Gamophobia [Commit] [Heart]
Catagelophobia [Jest] [Stomach]
Rhabdophobia [Beatings] [Sacral]
Contreltophobia [Rape] [Root]

Xenophobia [Fear of Strangers]

If you are terrified of strangers just because they are different from you, you have Xenophobia.

If you are certain that strangers will do you harm, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Xenophobia Defined: Xenophobia is the fear of strangers ("those" who are "different" than "we" are in some "important" way). At bottom, Xenophobia is a polite term for prejudice. When "we" are taught preconceived notions about "those" who do not think, believe, speak, or act like we do, this "makes" us afraid of them.

* Stranger Danger: Optimists believe that a stranger is just a friend you have not met yet. Pessimists believe that a stranger is a potential threat you have not discovered yet. The truth is that people are both... friends and threats. You are here to learn how to discern who is a helpful friend and who is a dangerous enemy. Yet your past life experience may convince you that all those "different, foreign, alien, strangers" are just unknown dangers to be avoided at all costs.

* Religion: Those sharing the same religion tend to trust one another… and to mistrust (and even) fear those who do not share it. Just as those from the same religion are "automatically" good, those who are atheists or members of another religion are "automatically" bad. Some of the worst karma in human history has been created by members of one religion trying to force their beliefs on others who were non-believers and/or heretics (those with false beliefs).

* Race: Those sharing the same race tend to trust one another over those who do not. Skin color and facial features are all that really separate one race from another… although many will be quick to point out cultural differences (better known as stereotypes). It is these pre-conceived notions about race which really creates the fears.

* Language: Those sharing the same language tend to trust one another over those who do not. When one person cannot understand what another is saying, that automatically creates mistrust and suspicion. When one person speaks the same language but the accent is so thick as to be impossible to understand that creates fear.

* Customs: Those sharing the same customs tend to trust one another over those who do not. Each group thinks that the way they think, believe, and act is the best way (and often the only way) to be. More wars have been fought over different ways of life than anything else (including money) due to the fear of having to change.

* Reincarnation Cure: There is only real cure for Xenophobia and that is reincarnation. When people reincarnate in one life into what they hated in another, they come to see the beauty and the power inherent in each way of being. They come to realize that differences in religion, race, language, customs, gender, ethnicity, and so on are not to be feared. They learn to look past the outward differences to see that all are Soul on the inside and all Souls are loved equally by God.
* The Xenophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of strangers). Do you have any of these?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your race?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your politics?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your religion?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your customs?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your language?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your age range?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your prosperity?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your nationality?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your ethnic origin?
Are you fearful of all others who do not share your sex preference?
* Advice: The cure for "Xenophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Scelerophobia [Fear of Scams]

If you are terrified of being scammed out of money, property, or other assets, you have Scelerophobia.

If you are certain that you will be cheated/scammed, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Scelerophobia Defined: Scelerophobia is the fear of "bad" people who intend and act to harm you, usually financially. In past lives, there were more thieves, robbers, and murderers than there are today. In modern life, there are many alternatives to creating abundance than cheating others out of it. There are also better systems of law enforcement and justice to discourage criminal practices.

* Crime Victim: If you have been robbed/cheated and/or someone you have known and loved has been, then you have a good basis for your fears. Yet, if theft has not come close to your home, but it is a big part of your life because you fear it… past lives may well be the cause. For robbery/cheating, in the past, was all too common.

* No Consequences: In past lives, theft, robbery, scamming, conning, and cheating was quite common simply because, in the context of a single lifetime, they could "get away with it" as far as human justice was concerned. Of course, karma ensures that what one has sown in one life they reap in another. This is why fear of "con artists" and "bad men" runs so deep: most people do have some robbery/cheating from past lives to work off in the present.

* Defense as Offense: Given that past lives were lawless, people found that the best defense was offense. Fences, guard dogs, locks, and guns were much more plentiful in the past because there were many more opportunities to use them. People often died or were seriously injured while defending their homes. Some never slept properly because there was always one ear open listening for trouble. Always being on guard for threats ensured one's survival. All of this sends deep seated fears of "bad, harmful people" to the future.

* Confidence Scams: Compared to today, there were very few channels of abundance. It was much easier for the "bad people" to take what they wanted by force. It was even easier for the "bad people" to take what they wanted by guile and cunning. What still makes con artists successful is that their victims want to trust and believe in them. They also want their victims to feel so embarrassed that they are reluctant to admit being cheated let alone report it.

* Detachment: "It is better to suffer wrong than to do it, and better to be cheated than never to trust." (Samuel Johnson). Those who deeply fear being robbed should take Johnson's advice and release their fears of wrong-doers. When wrong is done to you, you should be grateful that the karma was not worse… and know that it is now balanced. If you continue to act with honor and integrity, you need no longer fear ever again that "bad people" will harm you.
* The Scelerophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of scams). Do you have any of these?
Are their multiple layers of locks protecting your valuables?
Do you often look outside to check if your car is still there?
Do you take excessive precautions to protect against burglary?
Are you thinking that acquaintances may actually be con artists?
Are you constantly worried about cyber-crime and identity theft?
Do you dream about having your house broken into and robbed?
Do you fear others you know will always "hit you up" for money?
Are you constantly worried that others might steal your property?
Do you avoid money making opportunities fearing they are scams?
Do you enjoy your vacations less because you fear home burglary?
* Advice: The cure for "Scelerophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

* More on Scelerophobia: The link between poison and deaths in past lives - has created some of the deepest fears now from that past poisoning experience:

+ Poison Karma: "Remorse and regret are the true poisons of life." (Anonymous)
If you feel like you have been poisoned in this life, it is because you may have poisoned others -or- have been poisoned by others in past lives.
* The Silent Killer: Today there are so many tests to detect poison in a body that is has fallen out of favor as a means of murdering others. In past lives, poisoning enemies, rivals, and inconvenient others was quite popular, especially if the death happened slowly enough and left no traces of its existence on its victim.

* Healing Treatments: The easiest way for past life "Poison Karma" to be balanced is for an individual to receive a healing treatment that goes wrong. No good health practitioner would knowingly and willingly give a client a course of treatment that makes them worse. Yet when healing treatments make the client worse - either temporarily or permanently - and makes them "feel like being poisoned", this is usually a compact paying off of "Poison Karma."

* Food Poisoning: The quickest way for past life "Poison Karma" to be balanced is through repeated bouts of food poisoning during a lifetime. The intense suffering from an episode of food poisoning more closely resembles the pain and symptoms of poisoning without being fatal. The good thing about food poisoning is that it is almost never fatal and the suffering from it usually only lasts for a few hours.

* Allergic Reactions: When "Poison Karma" is meant to be a karmic balancing for a finite period of one's life, this usually manifests as chronic allergies. Allergies can attach to an individual at any time and, when the karma related to it is worked off, the allergy will cease. When all the karma associated with all the allergies is worked off, they will all disappear. I am living proof of this as I am free of 99% of all the chronic allergies that I used to suffer from earlier in life.

* Chemical Sensitivity: When "Poison Karma" is meant to be a karmic life sentence, this most often manifests as "Multiple Chemical Sensitivity" (MCS). The body was not designed to handle the massive amount of chemical toxins present in our modern environment. Those suffering from MCS feel like they are constantly being poisoned and that they can never get away from it wherever they go.

Orthophobia [Fear of Ownership]

If you fear to own property or to offend others and avoid doing so, you have Orthophobia.

If you are certain that you should not own property, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Orthophobia Defined: Orthophobia, the fear of ownership, is almost always rooted in tragedy in past lives. Orthophobia is also associated with fear of being incorrect as in being rude or incorrect. Many times both kinds of fears arise from the same cause: traumas caused by conflicts over property or society's rules.

* "It Will Be Taken": In past lives, soldiers and thieves would sweep through homes by day and take whatever they wanted. Governments would confiscate money, property, and land for no legal reason. Even friends would help themselves to others possessions if they felt like it and thought they could get away with it. The only way to make sure that your property was not stolen was not to own any. Just as the only way not to offend others was to be excessively polite and self effacing as well as not to protest against any mistreatment.

* "It is Not Right": In past lives, many times property was held in common by a community… and not by individuals. This was very common in primitive societies (for example, this tradition was very strong in native American settlements). Severe penalties would be meted out to those who tried to claim such property for themselves because it was - literally - considered anti-social for someone to want or to keep property (especially land, water, etc) for themselves.

* "It is Not Fair:" In past lives, especially those from former socialist-communist societies, property ownership was considered to be unfair because it was not in the interest of the mass of the people. For one to have more meant another had less created inequality which should be avoided with communal property ownership as in "all for everyone in general and nothing for individuals in particular". Thus individual ownership was also punished very severely.

* "It Will Tie Me Down": In past lives, especially during times of great political upheaval, survival depended upon an individual's ability to rapidly relocate. Owning too many things meant carrying them with you (and often abandoning them along the way) or leaving them behind. Relocating meant you had better be polite and not offend your new community at the risk of being killed: so better not to own anything and travel light if you had to beat a quick retreat.
* The Orthophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of separation). Do you have any of these?
Do you prefer to lease things to avoid owning them?
Do you prefer public transporation rather than owning a car?
Do you frequently return gifts from others to get cash instead?
Do you rent housing because you do not want to own a house?
Do others complain about your fear of ownership-impoliteness?
Do you wear jewelry hidden under clothes to get cash quickly?
Do you fail to stand up for yourself for fear of offending others?
Do you refuse gifts from others to cut down on property owned?
Do you fear that everything you own-cherish will be taken from you?
Do you keep cash hidden in many places in case you need it quickly?
* Advice: The cure for "Orthophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Isolophobia [Fear of Separation]

If you are terrified of being separated forever from loved ones each time you part, you have Isolophobia.

If you are certain that you will be separated from loved ones, you have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Isolophobia Defined: Isolophobia is the fear that each time you are parted from a loved one you will be separated from them forever. Whether your loss scenarios are as unlikely as your loved one being murdered by a serial killer or as common as them being killed in a car accident, you feel certain that - when you are not present - "something bad" will happen to separate from you from them - permanently.

* Sudden Death Separation: In past lives, the circumstances of your life could change in heartbeat. A loved one could be healthy at sunrise and dead from the plague by sunset. In the morning you could leave your home to farm the fields and return in the afternoon to find it burned down and all your family dead. Look at a powerful person the wrong way and you could be beaten, raped, or murdered. Those with "Separation Anxiety" now suffered repeated "sudden death" tragedies in past lives which leave them sticking to loved ones like glue.

* Smothering Covering: Today's communication technologies often make things worse for those suffering from "Separation Anxiety". It is all too easy to call, text, or email for updates from loved ones. This kind of instant "smothering coverage" only deepens their unhealthy pattern of constant contact driven by "Separation Anxiety". Loved ones can help the sufferer by checking in at regular intervals and not otherwise -or- by not returning messages as frequently as the sufferer sends them. This helps to break the pattern too frequent contact!

* Safe Hands: If parents fear leaving their children, they should find safe people to leave them with for short periods. If mates fear leaving one another, they should arrange for safe places or safe people for one another. Part of breaking "Separation Anxiety"
is always making it safe for both loved ones whenever they are parted.

* Together Again: When those with "Separation Anxiety" are finally reunited, they should make a big deal of being reunited again. A parent who fears separation from a child might embrace them and thank them for coming home safely. Mates who fear separation should kiss and hug one another and thank God for reuniting them. The more energy that is put on successful reunion, the less there is available for worrying about potential separation.
* The Isolophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of separation). Do you have any of these?
Do you dream about your loved ones being hurt or killed?
Do you keep envisioning how loved ones could be harmed?
Do you get nervous when loved ones are even a minute late?
Do you often wake up to make sure loved ones are still there?
Do you ask loved ones to keep their cell phones on all the time?
Are you constantly worried about loved ones while they are away?
Do you constantly keep in contact (phone, text, email) when apart?
Do others complain that you call-text-email them much too often?
Do you ask loved ones to carry a GPS tracking device at all times?
Have you lost relationships because you are
polling them too much?
* Advice: The cure for "Isolophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

* More on Isolophobia: The link between separation and deaths in past lives - has created some of the deepest fears now from that past experience:

+ Separation Karma: "The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living." (Cicero) Do you know someone who is unable to be separated from a spouse or children... for even a few moments? It may be Separation Karma.
* Mis-Diagnosis: "You both are just being irrational..." This diagnosis was the best that modern psychology had to offer a couple who were suffering deeply from their inability to be parted from their children. This couple knew that their obsessiveness about their kids was "not normal" but they felt powerless to do anything to stop it.
They knew it was wrecking their marriage. They knew it had caused them to lose many jobs. They knew it was embarrassing to their friends, family, and neighbors. Worst of all, they knew it was "stunting the growth" of their precious children... but they just could not stop!
* Parental Agony: Yet, being separated from their children was "mental agony" for them... and they could not stop hovering over them. When given a gift of a romantic night out, these protective parents both were nervous, uncomfortable, and teary eyed from start to finish. They called their baby-sitting relatives every fifteen minutes to check in on the kids... who were just fine (and they knew it!).
Their anxiety kept them from enjoying their romantic time out... so they returned from their date early to get the kids... and return to feeling normal. Since their children were in safe hands, their therapist concluded that their fears were "irrational"... since their behavior did not make sense in the context of their lives now.
* Present Damage: The true damage of limiting the search for truth to only the present lifetime... is that it is not helpful when the problem lies in past lives. This couples' problem originated in past lives and so it must be solved there... for a thorough healing to be achieved.
These parents' "Separation Karma" now had a past life cause (traumatic death) with a present life effect (overprotectiveness) that did not serve their family now.
* Past Life Tragedy: What happened was that, in a past life, when these same parents and children together, they were attacked by soldiers. The children were taken. The husband was fatally wounded and quickly died. The wife was raped and died searching for her kids.
Both parents died believing "if only I had looked after the children better... none of this would have ever happened... I want a second chance... and if I get one, I will not make the same mistake again..." Now in this life, the couple got that second chance... and made too much of it by smothering their children. They will continue doing so until their tragic past is healed.

Glossophobia [Fear of Public Speaking]

If you are terrified of speaking in public in front of a crowd or groups of people, you have Glossophobia.

If you are certain that you cannnot speak publicly, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Glossophobia Defined: Glossophobia is the fear of speaking in public before groups of people (whether large or small). It is the most common of all the people related phobias and is estimated to effect the majority of the population.

* Hanged by the Neck: Those who spoke their truth, especially when it contradicted either government or religion, often paid the price for it by being hanged. Mercifully, most who were hanged died fairly quickly when their neck snapped against the noose. The others had to endure up to 30 minutes of agony as their body gasped and twitched for air until finally they suffocated to death. Either way deep fears of public speaking were instilled as they were dying.

* Burned at the Stake: Those who spoke their truth often paid the price for it by being burned at the stake. This was a rare event for high profile prisoners who had to serve as a fearful example to others. More often than not, officials did not want to start fires which might have spread out of control and destroyed valuable property.

* Beheaded by Blade: Those who spoke their truth often paid the price for it by being beheaded by axe, sword, or guillotine blade. Often this was the preferred solution to burning or hanging because it was infallible, much less time consuming, and much less work intensive (no building scaffolds or piling up wood for big bonfires).

* Cut Out Tongue: Those who spoke their truth often paid the price for it by having their tongue cut out of their mouth. This not only prevented them from speaking out again, it served as a frightening example to others of the fate of the outspoken. Plus it marked them for life as a dissident activist who should be shunned by law abiding citizens. This was favored by the Romans and Chinese who loved to make fearful living examples out of their law breakers.

* Drowned in the Cistern: Those who spoke their truth often paid the price for it by being tied to a pillar in an underground cistern. They could shout as loud as they liked but there was no one to hear them. Either they died from dehydration as they waited for rains which never came or they were drowned as the rain flooded the cistern filling it with water. Either way a deep seated fear of speaking out in public was created along with a fear of the dark and drowning.

* Dreadful Examples: Those who suffered one or more of the above penalties for speaking their truth in past lives almost always sends deep fears of public speaking to the future. Everyone, during their cycle of reincarnation, will face the choice of staying silent or speaking the truth… and paying the price in body, mind, and spirit.
* The Glossophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of speaking). Do you have any of these?
Are you fearful, embarassed, or nervous while out in public?
Do you avoid meetings by arranging to speak to one at a time?
Does thinking about public speaking evoke thoughts of disaster?
Does public speaking tighten your throat and distort your voice?
Do you go out of your way to avoid speaking in front of groups?
While speaking to more than one, do you end the dialogue quickly?
Does public speaking cause you to shake, sweat, or feel nauseous?
While speaking to more than one, are you extremely self-conscious?
While speaking to more than one, do you stumble over your words?
Does even thinking about public speaking cause you fear and anxiety?
* Advice: The cure for "Glossophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Scriptophobia [Fear of Public Writing]

If you are terrified of writing works that will be read by large groups of people, you have Scriptophobia.

If you are certain that you cannnot write "publicly", you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Scriptophobia Defined: Scriptophobia is the fear of writing works that will be read by groups of people (whether large or small). It is related to Glossophobia (fear of public speaking) and is estimated to effect the majority of the population.

* Cycle of Fear: Those who wrote their truth in past lives almost always lived through a cycle of fear. The moment a work was printed and distributed, the clock was quickly ticking for the dissident writer. Governments would hunt down the writer and subject them to terrible punishments… to discourage others from writing similar works. Before they met their death, the writer would suffer horribly from just imagining how much they would end up suffering.

* Cut Off Hand: Those who wrote their truth often paid the price for it by having their hand cut off at the wrist (or alternatively all their fingers removed). This not only prevented them from writing again, it served as a terrible example to others of the fate of the outspoken. Plus it marked them for life as a dissident activist who should be shunned by law abiding citizens. This was favored by the Romans and Chinese who loved to make living examples out of their law breakers.

* Dreadful Examples: The same penalties suffered by public speakers were also exacted against dissident writers. Suffering for writing the truth in past lives almost always sends deep fears of writing to the future. Everyone will face the choice of staying silent or speaking the truth… and paying the price in body, mind, and spirit.

* Writer's Block: Those who suffered from public writing in past lives almost always experience writer's block in the present. For example, an inability to write at all, an ability to write only after excessive revisions, or an inability to bring a work into its final form. These are all defense mechanisms designed to keep a person (who suffered and died due to writing) from recreating another tragic end.

* Survive and Resurge!: If your fear of writing comes from suffering or death in past lives, then decide right now that you will NOT let your past tormentors win by destroying your creativity now. In today's civilized societies, the worst thing that can happen to you is that your critics will reject your writing. Yet they no longer have the power to silence you… that power is yours alone. Only you can agree to silence the voice that is within you. If you have something to say, put it into writing boldly… in the sure and certain knowledge you are helping the world and creating good karma for all in the process.
* The Scriptophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of writing). Do you have any of these?
Are you fearful, embarassed, or nervous while writing?
Does thinking about public writing evoke thoughts of disaster?
While writing for more than one, does it take a very long time?
While writing for more than one, are you overly careful about it?
Do you go out of your way to avoid writing anything that will last?
Do you avoid writing what will be read by more than one person?
While writing for more than one, are you extremely self-conscious?
Does even thinking about public writing cause you fear and anxiety?
Does thinking about public writing cause shaking, sweating, nausea?
Does thinking about public writing automatically create writer's block?
* Advice: The cure for "Scriptophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Gamophobia [Fear of Commitment]

If you are terrified of committing to anything, especially a relationship, you have Gamophobia.

If you just cannot commit to relationships, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Gamophobia Defined: Gamophobia is the fear of commitment. It manifests most often as an individual's inability to be involved in an exclusive romantic relationship (especially the avoidance of marriage) even if they are deeply in love.

* Divorce Burnout: Many who have been divorced do not marry again… because they were burned out by their ex-spouse. Some have been treated so horrifically that they would never consider re-marriage. Others who come from families - where the parents fought non-stop or where they were serially sexually abused - start out fearing commitment. Yet, with love, patience, kindness, and time many of these badly beaten "die hards" will eventually remarry.

* No Cause: Some of the biggest "Commitment Phobes" have no compelling present life divorce experience and do not come from "bad" families. Where there is no cause for the fear of relationships in the present, then "Commitment Phobia" most likely comes from one or more traumatic past lives where commitment led to pain or death.

* Past Life Monks/Nuns: Fear of Commitment almost always has deep roots in past life trauma! Most confirmed bachelor(ette)s have had many past lives in religious orders which required celibacy (no marriage/no sex)… and so they are uncomfortable with the very idea of marriage/sex that they will never bring themselves to do either.

* Past Life Scarcity: Some have the ingrained idea (popular in past lives) that it was necessary to pile up money before marriage (and yet they never manage to pile up enough money to marry).

* Past Life Trauma: Others have been so badly sexually abused in recent past lives that they are - literally - not healed enough to form a normal relationship now. They need a "life off" from marriage.
* The Gamophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of commitment). Do you have any of these?
* Biggest Sign: of "Commitment Phobia" is the LAME excuses that these individuals make to end their relationship. They will say things like:"this person would be great but… (he/she) does not make enough money… (he/she) makes too much money… their body is too much this or not enough that… they are from [wherever] or have an incompatible astrological sign" and so on.

Are you always setting times for marriage and then breaking up?
Are you always finding fault with each and every date you have?
Are you always breaking up with others when they get too close?
Does the thought of commitment make you ill, agitated, or feaful?
Do you "break up to make up" several times while in a relationship?
Are you always making excuses to keep family/friends from a date?
Have you left one or more mates at the altar, bailing on the wedding?
Have you lost friends who are unhappy with your treatment of dates?
Do others say they are certain you have a problem with commitment?
Are you always stringing dates along with the promise of "some day"?
* Warning: If you are focused on a "Commitment Phobe", then be prepared to invest lots of love, patience, kindness, and time in making the relationship work. Also be prepared to accept that no matter what you do or say, the "Commitment Phobe" may choose to push you away and end the relationship in this life (at least).

* Advice: The cure for "Gamophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Catagelophobia [Fear of Ridicule]

If you are terrified of being ridiculed, humiliated, or criticized by others, you have Catagelophobia.

If you are certain that others will laugh at you, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Catagelophobia Defined: Catagelophobia is the fear of being ridiculed by others. In past lives, being different was no laughing matter. Those who thought, spoke, and acted differently from their peers were often tortured or killed for their "ridiculous" beliefs. Being "laughed at" was often the first step towards execution.

* Social Pariah: Those who are objects of ridicule may not start out as social outcasts but they end up as ones. Those others feel free to laugh at, they also feel free to abuse. Those who were social outcasts ended up as human sacrifices. They were burned at the stake as witches. They were cut open and had their internal organs taken out. They were beheaded when examples had to be made from an unruly population. The most horrific things could happen to those who first were separated from society by ridicule and humiliation.

* Losing Face: Those who were objects of ridicule in some societies were expected to end their lives rather than to live with disgrace or dishonor. "Losing face" by failing to meet the expectations of family, friends, or society can create such enormous internal pressure and stress that death seems preferable to a life of shame. The karmic penalty for suicide ensures that when people reincarnate they will have an intense fear of ridicule to prevent the repetition of suicide.

* Inquisition Targets: Those who were objects of ridicule could find themselves being investigated by the Inquisition because they were easy targets. Those who others disliked were already on the fringe of society and so could easily be sacrificed to the insatiable machinery of the Inquisition. One wrong word, one misguided remark, one reference to heresy was all it took to turn the target of jokes into the target of Inquisition torture and flames.

* Stocks and Pillories: Those who were objects of ridicule could be sentenced to sitting immobile with hands and feet restrained by wooden rails. As they sat, the other citizens could throw garbage or stones at them or force them to eat excrement. Those who did not die from stoning often died from eating waste.

* On Parade: Those who were objects of ridicule could be sentenced to walking the streets with a sign or a costume which indicated their shame. As they walked, the other citizens could throw stones or garbage at them. By the end of the route, the prisoner was so bloody and broken that death was only a matter of hours or days.

* Get Free: It is best to free yourself from the "burden of other's expectations" and the "tyranny of other's opinions" because you will never please everyone all the time and you can - never ever - stop them from laughing at you. All you can do is love and trust in God.
* The Catagelophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of ridicule). Do you have any of these?
Do you always avoid those who ridiculed you in the past?
Has your fear of ridicule interfered with your relationships?
Do you think that others are teasing you to tear you down?
Do you avoid going out in public because you fear criticism?
Do you think that others are laughing at you behind your back?
Do you relive past instances of ridicule, humiliation, or criticism?
Do you have to take medication to control your fear and anxiety?
Does even thinking about being ridiculed cause you fear and anxiety?
Do you take unwanted action/inactions just to avoid being laughed at?
Have you in any way restricted your life because you were afraid of being ridiculed, humiliated, or criticized?
* Advice: The cure for "Catagelophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Soteriophobia [Fear of Exclusion]

"For if you suffer your people to be ill-educated, and their manners to be corrupted, and then punish them for those crimes to which their first education disposed them, what else is to be concluded, but that you first make thieves and then punish them." (Thomas More)

Do you fear being left "out of the loop"? If so, this is a fear of exclusion.

* Cut from the Pack: In past lives, those who were "out of the loop" were often cut from the pack. Either the group would walk away from them while they were sleeping or they would be expelled from the community. The exclusion from the pack was often a death sentence as it also meant exclusion from food and shelter.

* Scapegoat Sacrifice: In past lives, those who were "out of the loop" of society because of their beliefs, their speech, or their actions often painted targets on their backs. Whenever there was a natural disaster (fire, flood, earthquake, plague, etc), those who were excluded were sacrificed as a scapegoat to appease angry gods.

* Officially Marginalized: An official position and a lofty title grant authority but not necessarily power. For example, Vice Presidents of America are the second most powerful authority but seldom have any real power because they are often "out of the loop". Those who are "out of the loop" this way are easily pushed to the side and ignored. In past lives, those "out of the loop" like this were easily killed.

* Sudden Death: Those who got "surprised" by a death sentence handed to them by a group they trusted should have been put on notice by being "out of the loop" for awhile before it happened. They learn - in a painful way - what it means to be out of the inner circle. This also creates a fear (and a mistaken belief) that others "know something important" that they should have known and that this might have saved them. The more painful the death, the greater the fear of exclusion.

* Magic Wand: Those who feel "out of the loop" feel as if others have a magic wand and they are somehow excluded from getting it or having it. The truth is we all have a magic wand inside us: it is called our Higher Self. When we fear being excluded from a group or from vital information, it is our past lives - when we have suffered and died from being excluded - crying out for healing. When we heal the related karma, the fear of exclusion will simply fall away from us!

* The Soteriophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of exclusion). Do you have any of these?

Do you always feel like you are just "out of the loop"?
Do you think that others deliberately pushing you aside?
Has your fear of exclusion interfered with your relationships?
Do you relive past instances of being excluded from information?
Do you constantly worry about what others say behind your back?
Do you always fear what will happen because you are being left out?
Do you have to take medication to control your fear and anxiety?
Does even thinking about being excluded cause you fear and anxiety?
Do you take unwanted action/inactions just to avoid being excluded?
Have you in any way restricted your life because you were afraid of being permanently left "out of the loop"?
* Advice: The cure for "Soteriophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Rhabdophobia [Fear of Beatings]

If you are terrified of being beaten and physically harmed by others, you have Rhabdophobia.

If you are certain that others will beat you, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Rhabdophobia Defined: Rhabdophobia is the fear of being beaten by others. Where medical technology is poor (or non-existent) this often meant that broken bones and slashed skin arising from beatings meant life-long pain and incapacity.

* Might Makes Right: In past lives, those who were stronger, better armed, trained for combat, and accompanied by like minded companions could go anywhere and take whatever they wanted. Like a pack of wolves, they would sweep in suddenly. They would kill the men, rape the women, beat the children, take anything of value, and burn down all the buildings. They would "get away with it" because there was no one left alive to tell. This was the origin of the concept "might makes right" and often the past life source of fear of beatings.

* Survival of the Fittest: In many societies, like ancient Sparta, combat training involved regular beatings for failure to learn quickly or accurately enough. Spartan schools (known as agon) were so brutal that living through them gave rise to the word "agony" (many died in training). This kind of "survival of the fittest" approach ran through many military traditions. It resulted in instilling fear of beatings into those who suffered life long incapacity from training failures.

* The Slightest Mistake: Often the fear of beatings is deeply linked to perfectionism. Those slaves or servants who made the slightest mistake (being too slow, dropping items, spilling food/drink, breaking valuables, etc) could be beaten within an inch of their life. So many (to guard against beatings) strived for perfectionism. They believed that, if they were perfect (making no mistakes), they would not risk getting permanent injury, infection, or incapacity from beatings.

* Beaten into a Scholar: The fear of beatings can also be linked to a dislike for learning. Those who were "dull or slow" were often "beaten into a scholar" by tutors who used the rod to motivate their students. Often these people were doing the best they could and beating only helped them learn to be bitter and resentful.

* Better Way: In civilized societies, we have found better ways to solve problem than by using fists. Compared to past lives, giving and receiving beatings is far less common than it used to be (except for domestic violence). So sparing the rod and the fists is the only way to stop beatings. We are all better than cavemen, right?
* The Rhabdophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of beatings). Do you have any of these?
Do you constantly think that being beaten "will happen" to you?
Do you refuse to go out because you "cannot" get safely home?
Have you avoided going out at night due to fear of being beaten?
Do you get nervous when you hear footsteps walking behind you?
Have you changed your travel plans because you fear being beaten?
Do you prefer to drive rather than walk due to fear of being beaten?
Do you get nervous when someone walks towards you (like at night)?
Do you carry "concealed weapons" (knife/gun/taser) on your person?
Have you avoided arguing with someone because you were worried that they will get angry and attack you (most likely beating you)?
Have you in any way restricted your life because you were afraid of physical assault, battery, or any other form of beating?
* Advice: The cure for "Rhabdophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Dysmorphophobia [Fear of Maiming]

If you are fearful of "somehow" losing a body part permanently, you have Dysmorphophobia.

If you fear being maimed or mutilated, suffering and/or deaths in past lives can be the cause of these fears.

* Maiming Defined: Dysmorphophobia, the fear of being maimed, mutilated, or losing a body part, most often comes from past lives where suffering or death was experienced as a result of such things. Even if a maiming was voluntary (which did/does happen), it is bound to leave deep fear imprints in the subconscious mind.

* Voluntary Maiming: These self inflicted maimings include…
Voluntary trepanning is removal of part of the skull (usually at the top) to gain (temporarily) an expansion of consciousness. Voluntary stunting, a form of maiming, is redirecting the growth of body parts for social or cultural reasons: foot binding was done to demonstrate prosperity (wife could not work) while head and neck elongation was done to emulate the "look" of the gods (to become more like them).

* Involuntary Sexual Mutilation: The deepest fears of maiming involve removal of sexual organs. Mayan, Incan, and Aztec rituals involved the routine removal of breasts. Chinese population control measures involved the ritual removal of the uterus. Ottoman harem policies required the removal of testicles and/or penises of males attending females owned by the monarch. Torture by governments and religions regularly involved all these kinds of sexual mutilation.

* Botched Surgery: In past lives, medical treatment, especially surgery, often made things worse not better. Those who went for help came out permanently maimed. Broken bones set improperly, amputations not correctly cauterized, flesh poorly stitched up, etc meant chronic pain, raging infection, and premature death.

* Missing in Action: Those who survived the removal of body parts (most often arms, legs, feet, hands, and fingers) suffered horribly from their absence for the rest of their lives. However, body parts became missing in action in past lives (war, beatings, torture), they send deep-seated fears of a repetition of such maiming to future lives.

* Extreme Form: Body Identity Integrity Disorder (BIID) is an extreme manifestation of this fear. Its sufferers have the overwhelming desire to amputate one or more parts of their body. This is one of the most extreme demonstrations of the karmic truth that one's body, mind, and emotions are a prison without walls.
* The Dysmorphophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of maiming). Do you have any of these?
Do you constantly fear "what will happen" if you need surgery?
Do you have thoughts-nightmares about having lost body parts?
Have you avoided going out at night due to fear of being injured?
Do you fear that you will lose parts of your body to disease-injury?
Do you take excessive precautions to avoid risking injury-accident?
Have you tried to remove body parts without seeking medical help?
Do you fear that sexual organs will be removed due to cancer-illness?
Do you engage in self harm like cutting, scratching, or biting yourself?
Do you feel like parts of your body "do not belong" and therefore should be removed for your peace of mind and well being?
Have you in any way restricted your life because you were afraid of injury, accident, surgery, or any other form of maiming?
* Advice: The cure for "Dysmorphophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Paralipophobia [Fear of Refusal]

If you are terrified of being harmed because you refused to do as others have asked, you have Paralipophobia.

If you are certain that you will be harmed if you dare to refuse, you have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Paralipophobia Defined: Paralipophobia is the fear of "something bad" happening to you if you "say No". Those with "Refusal Anxiety" have difficulty 'saying No' to others even when always 'saying Yes' gets them into trouble.

* Human Dilemma: Time, money, energy, resources, etc are limited in the physical world because this forces us to make choices and in so doing to explore our karma. One of the first things people learn is that they must say "No" avoid wearing themselves out… and yet there are karmic consequences for refusals that make "No" fearful.

* Traumatic Deaths: Those who fear 'saying No' to others most often suffered one or more traumatic deaths in past lives. Before they died, it is likely that they were beaten or tortured within an inch of their lives. So 'saying No' is likely to remembered at the subconscious level as something to be avoided if at all possible. When the inability to 'say No' comes from past lives, it is likely to be felt in the present as a constriction in the throat when the natural impulse is to refuse.

* Approval-Control-Security: Those who fear 'saying No' to others are often fearful of the consequences that would flow from refusing. They fear that others will not approve of them unless they 'say Yes' all the time. They fear that things will spiral out of control unless they 'say Yes', take control, and see that things are done right. They fear leaving the security of the group unless they say yes and do what others are demanding they do (when they really want to refuse).

* Many Faces of No: Japanese people never say "No" they just say "Yes" in a way that means "No" and is a refusal. They will say "not now", "perhaps I will consider that later", "maybe if circumstances change", and so on. All these really mean "No" but, when you mean "No", it is much better karma to "just say NO!" and mean it!

* Practicing No: Those who fear 'saying No' to others need to get into the habit of refusing. They should start by 'saying No' when it does not matter like 'saying No' if a restaurant server asks if them if they want more napkins. They need to see that the world will not end when they choose to refuse another. They continue by 'saying No' in progressively more difficult situations. When they can 'say No' in the toughest situations, they have overcome their "Refusal Anxiety!"
* The Paralipophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of refusal). Do you have any of these?
Do you constantly fear "what will happen" to you if you refuse?
Do you believe you are a "bad person" if you choose to refuse?
Have you avoided refusing others' requests due to being criticized?
Have you avoided refusing others' requests due to fearing beatings?
Do you feel bad when you have done what you did not want to do?
Do you get nervous when asked for favors (you do not want to do)?
Do you refuse to go out because you fear others will make demands?
Do you get nervous when others ask questions that become requests?
Have you avoided refusing someone because you were worried that they will get angry and attack you (most likely beating you)?
Have you in any way restricted your life because you were afraid of physical assault, battery, or any other form of beating?
* Advice: The cure for "Paralipophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Hierophobia [Fear of Authority]

If you are terrified of those in authority for whatever reason, you have Hierophobia.

If you are certain that you will be harmed by authority figures, you have inherited this pattern from past lives:

* Hierophobia Defined: In the present, the news is full of stories about those who have abused their power, were caught, and brought to justice. In the past, had there been news, it would have been full of stories of those in power abusing their power and getting away with it. Often those who broke the law were in charge of enforcing it… and so they used their law enforcement powers to justify breaking it. This created endless opportunities for the abuse of power… and for instilling deep seated fears into those who suffered from abuse by those in authority.

* Dirty Police: Professional law enforcement began in the early 1800s. Before then, those who functioned as police often used their office to browbeat others into serving their personal agenda. They could imprison, try, or execute others without cause. They could legally confiscate property (including people) at will.

* Corrupt Judges: If law enforcement was not a problem, then the court system was sure to be. Justice was available to others at the highest price regardless of the merits of the case. Many times, local magistrates served as judge, jury, and executioner all rolled into one. They could pass death sentences for the smallest offences at will. For cases with similar facts, they could render different decisions.

* Bribed Bureaucrats: If someone was fortunate enough to avoid the police or the courts, they usually could not avoid the ever present bureaucracy. Bureaucrats could assess taxes, fines, and penalties for no reason. They could alter records to deprive others (who could not read or write) out of their hard earned assets.

* Aggressive Agents: Agents were the rural version of bureaucrats who existed mainly in urban areas. Agents worked for prominent locals and carried out their orders. Even if the master's orders were not brutal, how the agents went about carrying out was up to them. These agents were often free to abuse their power.

* Pillaging Soldiers: Even if the local police, judges, bureaucrats, and agents were reasonable, there was always the threat of soldiers sweeping through the area and taking whatever they desired. Soldiers would kill the men, rape the women, kidnap the children, steal the valuables, and burn the property down.

* The Hierophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of authority). Do you have any of these?

Do you believe authority figures will end up doing you harm?
Do you constantly fear "what" authority figures will do to you?
Do you get nervous when forced to confront authority figures?
Do you do anything and everything to avoid those in authority?
Have you constantly avoided encounters with authority figures?
Do you feel fearful when you have thought about authority figures?
Have you avoided authority figures because you are fearful of them?
Do you get nervous when you have to interact with authority figures?
Have you avoided confronting authority figures because you were worried that they will get angry and harm you or your loved ones?
Have you in any way restricted your life because you were afraid of the consequences of interacting with/confronting authority figures?
* Advice: The cure for "Hierophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Enochlophobia [Fear of Confrontation]

If you are terrified of confronting others for whatever reason, you have Enochlophobia.

If you are certain that you will be harmed if you confront others, you have inherited this pattern from past lives:

* Enochlophobia Defined: From the time we are young, we are "programmed for politeness": getting told to "Be nice" repeatedly. If we feel as if we must be polite at all costs, then we become reluctant to confront others for fear of not being a "good, polite" person. Yet, there are ways to confront others and still be polite. Yet, if it is not politeness that stops us from standing up for ourselves, it is past life trauma.

* Fear of Harm: When one person decides to confront another, anything can happen, especially physical violence with lasting effects.
How will the other person react? Will the confrontation end with the other person harming them? Will they be permanently maimed-injured? Will they be killed? When someone confronts the wrong person, physical violence and permanent harm are very realistic possibilities.
* Fear of Rejection: When one person decides to confront another, even if there is no physical violence, there is the risk of rejection.
Will the confrontation mean that all communication will cease? Will this abandonment become permanent? Will it mean further rejection by or humiliation in front of others? When someone confronts the wrong person, physical-emotional isolation is a realistic possibility.
* Fear of Disobedience: When one person decides to confront another, especially in those cultures where mental programming is practiced, fear of disobedience prevents confrontation.
If one is taught that they must obey at all costs because family, society, or religion demands it, they will fear confrontation. If one is taught that they must obey because some fearful consequence will result (like burning in hell), they will avoid confrontation. If one is taught that they must obey to be "sanctified-glorified", they will feel like confrontation is actually a sin.
* Fear of Confrontation: Those with extreme fears of confrontation from past lives will have unmistakable symptoms in the present.
When they try to speak up for themselves, their throats will close up, they will shake and sweat. They will feel sick to their stomach. They will say or do things not in their best interests rather than stand up for themselves. This is the subconscious mind at work reacting to past life programming against confrontation.
* The Enochlophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of confrontation). Do you have any of these?
Do you do anything and everything to avoid a confrontation?
Have you avoided others because of confrontations in the past?
Do you believe you are a "bad person" if you choose to confront?
Do you constantly fear "what will happen" to you if you confront?
Do you get nervous when others start on the path of confrontation?
Have you avoided others because you are fearful of confrontation?
Do you feel fearful when you have thought about confronting others?
Do you get nervous when forced to confront others (ie. no choice)?
Have you avoided confronting someone because you were worried that they will get angry and attack you (most likely beating you)?
Have you in any way restricted your life because you were afraid of the physical, mental, and emotional consequences of confrontation?
* Advice: The cure for "Enochlophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

Contreltophobia [Fear of Rape]

If you are terrified of being sexually abused by family, friends, or strangers, you have Contreltophobia.

If you are certain that you will be raped, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Contreltophobia Defined: Contreltophobia is the fear of being sexually abused. Most females who abuse males tend to know them personally and tend to have spent much time grooming them for sex. Most males who abuse females tend not to know them personally and tend to rape when the right opportunity presents itself.

* Close to Home: If you have been raped and/or someone you have known and loved has been raped, then you have a good basis for your fears of rape. Yet, if rape has not come close to your home, but it is a big part of your life because you fear it… past lives may well be the cause. For rape, in the past, was all too common.

* Droit du Seigneur: The "right of the master" to have sexual relations with any female on his property has been questioned by historians. Those exploring past lives find that this right did exist and was routinely exercised by masters. It was not just limited to "first night" (a master taking a female's virginity) but was resorted to whenever the master chose. It was nothing less than legalized rape… and it did instill deep and lasting fears among those at risk.

* Goat Infertility: In thinly populated regions, socially sanctioned rape was practiced as a solution to infertility. A man (the "goat") with a track record of superior fertility was given the right to "rape" any married but "barren" female. A woman was considered barren if she had not conceived after being married for 5+ years. The "goat" could strike without warning and rape her as often as he could during "goat" season. After which time, if the "goat" touched anyone, it was a crime. Past life "goat" encounters usually leave deep fears behind them.

* Soldier's Rite: In many past societies, when soldiers swept in and defeated their male enemies, it was the custom to rape their women. It was considered a soldier's "right" by some. Others turned it into a "rite" whereby the youngest had to prove their manliness by raping an "enemy female" in full view of their comrades in arms.

* Hostile Takeover: Those who invaded, conquered, and intended to keep lands won by war would kill the men and rape the women until they had children. In England, Angles, Saxons, Danes, and Normans all left their stamp on that country through such hostile takeovers by rape: sending deep fears about rape to future lives.

* Karmic Balancing: 99% of the time… after an individual has balanced their rape karma… they need not worry about it again. As serial rapists will readily admit, rapes are not random. They are very specific, a precise pairing between individuals who have unbalanced past life karma. Once rape karma is balanced, it is a thing of the past.
* The Contreltophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of rape). Do you have any of these?
Do you constantly think that being raped "will happen" to you?
Do you refuse to go out because you "cannot" get safely home?
Have you avoided going out at night due to fear of being raped?
Do you get nervous when you hear footsteps walking behind you?
Do you get nervous when someone walks towards you (like at night)?
Do you always carry "anti-rape" gear (spray/horns) on your person?
Have you changed your travel plans because you fear being raped?
Do you prefer to drive rather than walk due to fear of being raped?
Have you avoided arguing with someone because you were worried that they will get angry and attack you (most likely rape)?
Have you in any way restricted your life because you were afraid of rape, sexual assault, or any other form of sexual violence?
* Advice: The cure for "Contreltophobia" is to understand the source of the past life fears though the "Healing Unquiet Past Life Personalities" exercise and to heal those fears with the "EFT: Releasing Frozen Emotions Forever" exercise.

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