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Rules of the House #25h: Past Life Carry Over Fears - Changes

"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:


Hedonophobia [Success] [Crown]
Atychiphobia [Failure] [Brow]
Monophobia [Abandon] [Throat]
Didaskalenophobia [Old] [Heart]
Gerontophobia [Aging] [Stomach]
Tropophobia [Future] [Sacral]
Tocophobia [Childbearing] [Root]

Hedonophobia [Fear of Success]

If you are terrified of all the problems success will bring you if/when you succeed, you have Hedonophobia.

If you fear "something bad" will happen if you succeed, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Hedonophobia Defined: Hedonophobia is the fear of success. The common belief among those who fear success is that "what God gives with one hand, He takes away with the other!" as if an individual is somehow restricted in happiness that they can receive. This limiting belief is often the result of past life tragedy.

* Price of Success: Most people assume that success is a totally wonderful thing. Most people who are successful will point out that it comes at a price. That price can be as small as a loss of privacy, as incovenient as lawsuits, and as large as a loss of life.

* Disapproving Others: The disapproval of acquaintances does deter people from success: what usually does is the reaction of significant others around them. Success means living larger than those who are not as successful. If we are very close to others who are living small and if they cannot or will not understand or support our desire for success, we may unconsciously sabotage our own chances for success so that we will not lose their love and caring.

* Seeds of Destruction: Those who are afraid of success will always find a way to destroy it. For example, this is why so many famous people "inexplicably" self destruct. At bottom, they do not believe that they deserve their mega success and so that belief rises up to wreck their lives... Why? The answer is always found in their past.

* Past Life Tragedy: The most deeply rooted fears of success come from past lives. If, in a prior existence, we achieved a certain level of fame, and we were hurt or killed as a result of it, then we will carry fear of success deep within us. It can be so all encompassing and so deeply rooted that we will do everything we can to "shoot ourselves in the foot" to keep us from moving forward. Often others will see this pattern of self sabotage more clearly than we do.

* Alternative View: Frequently, this will be seen by those who are successful who will "tell us" how and why we are failing. Yet we will find reasons to ignore and discount what they say while at the same time wondering why we are not enjoying the success we desire. Next time, if everyone is saying the same thing to you, try listening to and acting on what others have to say here… it just might help you to transcend any deep rooted fears of success that you might have.
* The Hedonophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of success). Do you have any of these?
Do you believe that "God just will not let me be happy"?
Do you constantly and consistently sabotage your own desires?
Do you feel like you will alienate others if you are too successful?
Do you believe that "it is just too hard/too much work" to succeed?
Do you believe if you "get too much, it will just be taken away?"
Do you believe if you "get too much" others will take advantage?
Do you believe if you "get too much" you will end up alone/lonely?
Do you believe if you "get too much" you will become sick/twisted?
Do you believe if you "get too much" you will be in endless lawsuits?
Do you feel like you are a "phony" and you do not deserve success?

* Advice: The cure for "Hedonophobia" 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.

Atychiphobia [Fear of Failure]

If you are terrified of all the problems failure will bring you if/when you fail, you have Atychiphobia.

If you fear "something bad" will happen if you fail, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Atychiphobia Defined: Atychiphobia is the fear of failure. The common belief among those who fear failure is that "no matter what I do or how hard I try, everything will fail!" as if an individual is somehow restricted in happiness that they can receive. This limiting belief is often the result of past life tragedy.

* Homeless: The biggest fears of failure involve homelessness. Some of those who end up on the street once had homes, family, and money. Whether due to illness, accident, unemployment, they lose their homes as they always feared they would. More often than not, this fear of homelessness creates the grim reality of it… because, at bottom, the individual must balance past karma. Those who caused others to lose their homes in past lives will reap homelessness.

* Imprisoned: Another huge consequence of failure is imprisonment. Jail is often where those end up who cannot take care of themselves or their family. They often resort to crime and fail at that. Often those who end up in jail were worried about being imprisoned long before it ever happened. Many times, the "jailhouse inside their head" comes from a consistent pattern of being a prisoner in past lives.

* Imploding: Some who fear failure, when faced with a situation they are convinced they cannot handle, will just self destruct. They will fake an illness or self inflict an injury just to get out of it. If this is a job issue, this will damage their career prospects. If this is a relationship issue, this may just destroy it. Many times, this failure to measure up in past lives caused a permanent injury or a tragic death in past lives.

* Apathetic: Some are so crippled by the fear of failure that they stop themselves before they even start. They think "this too shall fail just like everything else" so they do not bother to try. They appear to others as being apathetic, indifferent, and uncaring about their life… when they are really just fearful of the bad that can happen to them in life. Often this apathetic and indifferent attitude came from many past lives when there really was no hope for a better future.

* Perfectionism: Many who fear they "cannot be perfect" are often plagued by fears of failure. These perfectionists may not be failing to those on the outside but they feel like they are failing on the inside. The fear of failing may actually drive them to success but at a huge cost of enormous internal stress. Perfectionism is almost always the result of an individual having failed in past lives and being determined to be perfect and to do things perfectly this time around.
* The Atychiphobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of failure). Do you have any of these?
Do you believe that "God/the universe/life is out to get you"?
Are you fearful something will always go wrong no matter what?
Do you believe Murphy's Law: "what can go wrong, will go wrong"?
Are you over-prepared and over-planned to guard against failure?
Do you believe in perfection of body-looks, careers, relationships?
Are you embarrassed whenever you inadvertantly make a mistake?
Do you focus more on avoiding failure than on achieving success?
Are you excessively fearful of making mistakes/doing things wrong?
Do you find fault with yourself constantly, never feeling successful?
Are you unable to forgive yourself for past mistakes/failings?
* Advice: The cure for "Atychiphobia" 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.

Monophobia [Fear of Abandonment]

If you are terrified that tragedy will result when others abandon you, you have Monophobia.

If you fear tragedy will strike if you are abandoned, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Monophobia Defined: Monophobia is the fear of being abandoned. In past lives, there was safety in numbers: being alone was often a death sentence. Life was too harsh and unrelenting for most people to live without the ongoing help and support of others. This deep fear causes its sufferers to cling hard to relationships.

* Failure to Keep Up: In the early days of life on Earth, humans were nomadic creatures. They moved from place to place: hunting animals and gathering plants until they were exhausted. Those who were slower and could not keep up were routinely left behind. If they were abandoned in places of extreme temperature (too hold or too cold) this was almost always a death sentence. So fear of abandonment was a defense mechanism to keep people alive.

* Kicked Out: In past lives, karmic justice was often swift. If the group did not like you, all they had to do was kick you out of the community. If you were at sea, you could awake to find yourself tossed off the ship. If you were on land, you could be restrained as others took your possessions, burned down your house, and sold you into slavery to whoever would take you. This is why those who fear abandonment are often such people pleasers… because they paid the price of injury and death by getting kicked out of their community.

* Social Security: In past societies, being connected to a larger group was the only form of social security. If you were unable to work because you were ill or impaired, you were reliant on others to nurse you. People had children not only to serve as employees while young but as caregivers in the parents' old age. Going it alone in the past meant a shorter and more stressful life. This is why those who fear abandonment end up being so clingy and needy… because the lack of security in the past caused them great pain and suffering.

* Diaspora Disaster: In the past, tragedy could strike quickly. One minute you and your family were living your dull, boring lives of unrelenting hardship. The next moment raiders could sweep in and kill or capture your family. If you were not nearby you could come home to find yourself an orphan. This is why those who fear abandonment try to stay super close to loved ones… because it was better to share their fate than agonize over what happened to them forever.

* Die or Be Alone: Often, if loved ones were ripped away from people, they would rather die than be alone… especially if they did not believe themselves to be self sufficient. This is why those who fear abandonment will say "I will kill myself if you leave me!" because they suffered from failing to live successfully without others in their life.
* The Monophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of abandonment). Do you have any of these?
Do you panic if others are late in arriving to meetings with you?
Do you cling to bad relationships because you fear being alone?
Do you do undesirable things just to hang onto the relationship?
Are you fearful that you will return home and find loved ones gone?
Have you ever said something like "If you leave me, I’ll kill myself"?
Does your constant need for reassurance/support drive others away?
Do you leave a series of messages when you cannot reach someone?
Do you need constant companionship because you cannot be alone?
Do you give a "loaf of love" only to get a "crumb of affection" back?
Do you have multiple "backup" partners in case the main one leaves?
* Advice: The cure for "Monophobia" 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.

Didaskaleinophobia [Fear of Adulthood]

If you are fearful that you will not be able to meet the challenges of adulthood, you have Didaskaleinophobia.

If you fear becoming an adult or adulthood, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Didaskaleinophobia Defined: Didaskaleinophobia is the extreme fear of adulthood keeping one a child forever. It is also known as the "Peter Pan Syndrome" and can be caused by unhealed past life trauma:

* Stuck in Child Energy: When a very recent previous life involved a painful and traumatic death as a child, the individual can become "stuck" in the mindset of childhood (neediness, insecurity, and immaturity) until that past life is fully understood and healed.

* Seriously Physically Ill: When the individual has taken on multiple, intense health challenges in the present, they often feel too weak to care for themselves. So they seek the type of care that only parents can provide. This level of physical ailments almost always was agreed to in their Life Contract for the resolution of past life karma.

* Seriously Mental Challenges: When the individual has learning disabilities, cognitive deficits, etc, this interferes with them carrying out adult responsibilities (like holding a self supporting job, paying bills, and so on). This level of mental challenge almost always was agreed to in their Life Contract for the resolution of past life karma.

* Seriously Emotional Handicaps: When the individual has difficulty in managing their emotions (too often fearful, angry, hurt, or frustrated), this interferes with them being perceived as and treated like an adult. This level of emotional handicaps almost always was agreed to in their Life Contract for the resolution of past life karma.

* Serious Overwhelm: When an individual has taken on too many physical, mental, and emotional challenges in one lifetime to balance their past life karma, they are in serious overwhelm and will never want more adulthood because they have too much already.
* The Didaskaleinophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of adulthood). Do you have any of these?
Do you tend to focus on fantasies more than reality (what is)?
Do you prefer to live in your head rather than the real world?
Do you tend to believe success will "just happen magically"?
Do you prefer to avoid adult responsibilities and work efforts?
Do you tend to forget scheduled appointments even if beneficial?
Do you prefer to ignore or put off problems or avoid doing anything?
Do others say you are just too child-like and focused on fun?
Do others say you are a "childish adult and need to grow up"?
Do others say you "do the minimum" or do not know what to do?
Do others say your life lacks direction due to uneven performance?
* Advice: The cure for "Didaskaleinophobia" 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.

Gerontophobia [Fear of Aging]

If you are fearful that you will not be able to meet the challenges of aging, you have Gerontophobia.

If you fear becoming old or being old, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Gerontophobia Defined: Gerontophobia is the fear of becoming old, being old, or of elderly people in general. In past societies, if you were fortunate enough to survive to old age, you were not fortunate enough to avoid being incapacitated by it. Aging meant failing and failing meant a painful and traumatic death.

* Eskimos Floes: The best known and most fearful death for the elderly was a euthanasia practice of the Eskimos (Inuit: Greenland to North Alaska and Yuit: West Alaska). When an individual was old and unable to pull their own weight, they would be put on a floating piece of ice and sent off to sea. They were also thrown into the sea, buried alive in the snow, locked out in the cold, or abandoned while sleeping. Without shelter or food and with being exposed to extreme temperatures, the old soon died. The worst part for the elderly was knowing that the young they had loved and cared for over time had coldly turned their backs on them... leaving them for dead.

* Chinese Drain: In ancient Chinese societies, when an individual was old and unable to pull their own weight, they experienced a gruesome form of involuntary euthanasia. They would be taken to a funeral not realizing it was theirs. Part way through the service, they victim would be led to the center of the "church" where their family and friends would give them all sorts of compliments. Tears would gather in their eyes as they were escorted into what looked like a fountain. They would suddenly be sucked down the drain and then drowned to death. For more on this practice, click here.

* Roman Exposure: In ancient Roman societies, it was a well known practice to leave deformed babies in the wild. By exposing them to the elements, they would either be eaten by animals or perish in harsh weather. The lesser known practice was to do the same thing to the elderly. The elderly would only be exposed if they had gone blind, deaf, incontinent, or had become bedridden physically or impaired mentally/emotionally (as in Alzheimer's Disease).

* Granny Dumping: This is the modern name for the practice of leaving the elderly in a public place for extended period of time. Those doing so risk the safety and well being of the aged and often hope that the police or the state will take on their care. In past societies, "Granny Dumping" was frequently a death sentence as it exposed the elderly to the "criminal element" in society. Often (and mercifully) this was a compact paying off of past life karma.

* Aged Exit: In societies which approved of suicide, the elderly were often pressured into ending their lives if they had become a burden to their family. Either they were asked to take quick poison or to use knife to end their life. If there was enough agreement among the extended family, they would gang up on the old person and kill them.
* The Gerontophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of aging/elderly). Do you have any of these?
Do you have an unnatural fear of the old/elderly/disabled?
Do you have an unnatural fear of aging and the related incapacity?"
Do you believe "youth is beautiful and old is unattractive?"
Do you believe "that young is good so then old must be bad?"
Do you believe "the young are creative and the old are dull?"
Do you believe "the young have it all and the old are losing it?"
Do you believe "the young are interesting and the old are boring?"
Do you believe "the young are tomorrow and the old are yesterday?"
Do you believe "the young are passionate and the old are apathetic?"
Do you believe "the young know it all and the old have forgotten it?"
* Advice: The cure for "Gerontophobia" 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.

Tropophobia [Fear of Future]

If you are terrified of all the challenges that the future will bring you, you have Tropophobia.

If you fear "something bad" will happen in the future, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Tropophobia Defined: Tropophobia is the fear of the future. In past lives, life was the fearful thing not death. Never knowing what was coming next and always knowing others could harm them without consequence made people fear the future. Now, this is the first time in human history where the person at mid-century would have more in common with those at its beginning that with those at its end.

* Future Shock: Compared to past lives, the pace of modern life is blistering! Future shock - "too much change in too short a time" - leaves individuals dazed and confused by our "hurry up, keep up" world. In the past, a person could do everything from building their own house to growing their own food to making their own clothes. Now these things must be done for us because too much expertise is required to comply with modern laws and regulations designed for our safety. Yet this complexity also distances us from the security of being self sufficient... the hallmark of those who survived in past lives.

* Information Overload: In the past, to be considered learned, an individual need only learn and master what could fit into part of a modern newspaper. Today "knowledge workers" must carry many books inside their brains. No one person knows everything about the complex devices they take for granted (like PCs, TVs, phones, and cars). The constant need to adapt and adjust to the endless series of new devices increases our dependence, stress, and overwhelm.

* Razor's Edge: The thicket of modern laws and regulations can destroy a person's life quicker than the plague. Get into an automobile accident, be slapped with a lawsuit, be wrongfully accused of a crime, find a bio-hazard on your property… and you can lose everything. No matter how much you have, it can be gone in a heartbeat. Living on the razor's edge like this or seeing a loved one go through it can create future shock and bring up painful memories from past lives.

* It Rained Every Day: The failure to manifest sufficient abundance can quickly lead to terrible suffering if the person suffers a prolonged period of unemployment or somehow outlives their money. Contract an incapacitating illness, get in a car accident, or be unable to leave an economically depressed area… and you can lose everything. Many times those who never saved for a rainy day could not do so because, for them, the karma rained thick and fast every day of their life.

* Outliving Usefulness: Gone are the days when individuals learned a trade and worked at it for life… without constantly upgrading their knowledge. While better living conditions create longer lives, this also creates greater stress as bodies and minds break down with age and are unable to keep pace with the tidal waves of future shock.
* The Tropophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of the future). Do you have any of these?
Are you fearful of "the unknown and the unpredictable"?
Are you fearful of what may happen to you in the future?
Are you fearful of strangers hurting and taking advantage of you?
Are you fearful of losing all you have due to a future catastrophe?
Are you fearful of visions that your future will be a total disaster?
Are you fearful that you will end up being a homeless person?
Are you fearful that you will fail no matter what you do in life?
Are you fearful that you will not be able to meet future challenges?
Are you fearful that your future will be much worse that your present?
Are you fearful that you will contract a horrible disease in the future?
* Advice: The cure for "Tropophobia" 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.

Tocophobia [Fear of Childbearing]

If you are fearful that you will not be able to meet the challenges of pregnancy, you have Tocophobia.

If you fear becoming/being pregnant-childbearing, you most likely have inherited this fearful pattern from past lives:

* Tocophobia Defined: Tocophobia is the fear of pregnancy and child bearing. Although it is rare, even today, women die from pregnancy and in childbirth. Childbirth is a creative moment where families are created in a new generation to work through their past life karma. Like all creative moments, it is full of danger.

* Female Mortality: Although death in child-birth is rare, it still happens. In the past, women routinely died of complications from pregnancy (baby turned the wrong way, baby strangled by the cord in the womb, or infection from assistants who were filthy dirty). The rule in most societies was to save the baby and not the mother. Those who survived five or more births were rarities. Parents expected that half their children would die. Husbands were told that they might have more than one wife in their lifetime given all this. Wives knew that their life was on the line with each pregnancy. All of this kind of past life experience creates deep subconscious fears of pregnancy.

* Too Much Fertility: Infertility was always feared in past lives, especially when the stakes were high. If you were powerful, you had to have "an heir and a spare" to ensure the ongoing prosperity of your family. Yet, the opposite, couples who could conceive readily and often, caused fears of pregnancy. Women who were continually pregnant became worn out and old before their time… often dying of exhaustion at a relatively young age. These past lives of procreative hardship leave the deepest imprints of present fears of pregnancy.

* Ritual Murder: The ritual murder of women who became pregnant outside of wedlock is still practiced. Whether the woman was the victim of rape or incest, if she was carrying a "bastard" then it had to go… and her along with it. Often the woman was intentionally impregnated by a family member who really wanted to get rid of her because she was too much trouble (as in being unhealthy, unattractive, or outspoken). The more violent the ritual murder was in past lives, the deeper the fears of pregnancy become in future lives.

* Ambitions Eclipsed: Just because one has reincarnated in a female body, it does not mean they are automatically maternal. Some women - by nature - would rather work in the world than raise children. Those who constantly sacrificed career ambitions to motherhood in past lives can carry fears of pregnancy to block themselves from having children. This way they can get the career experience they are seeking. This cause of pregnancy fears usually only last for the single lifetime where the career focus was agreed upon in advance.
* The Tocophobia Test: Here is how to know if you are being influenced by this past life habit (fear of childbearing). Do you have any of these?
Do you consistently avoid sex so that you cannot get pregnant?
Does the thought of pregnancy cause unwanted anxiety reactions?
Do you constantly fear that you might be pregnant (without reason)?
Do you fear being pregnant even right after your menstrual periods?
Do you fear being pregnant even when you have not had intercourse?
Do you fear being pregnant when your partner is infertile/vascetomy?
Do you fear that you will die during pregnancy or child-birth?
Do you fear that you will experience intense pain in child-birth?
Do you fear that you will be somehow incapacitated by child-birth?
Have you ever miscarried due to physical reactions of fear (shaking)?
* Advice: The cure for "Tocophobia" 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.

Credits: from channeled information.


 

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