Foreign Accent Syndrome
Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS) is a rare speech disorder where the
individual is unable to stop speaking in a "foreign accent" (a
speech pattern distinctly different than what they grew up learning
in this lifetime).
FAS induced by past life karma is remarkably resistant to present life
cures because the root of the problem lies in past lives! Quite literally,
the past life karma is crying out to be healed... in a way that the FAS
sufferer cannot ignore because it is present in every word they speak.
The "foreign accent" that the FAS sufferer adopts is from the past lifetime
that most needs to be healed. An example of FAS would be an individual
who was born and raised in America who suddenly began speaking with a
The kinds of past life situations that can trigger FAS are:
Traumatic Past Life Deaths:
Most often FAS is triggered by the
need to heal a traumatic past life death. If that past life is causing
a present life health problem, the FAS emerges to get the individual's
attention in a dramatic way. The FAS is trying to motivate the individual
to change their health habits.
FAS is triggered by the need to heal a
traumatic past life. If the individual in this life is making the same
mistake(s) they have made repeatedly in a series of past lives, the FAS
will motive the person to change (as in being more loving, more forgiving,
less judgmental, less superior, and so on).
Cry for Empowerment:
In rare cases, FAS is triggered by the
need to remind the individual of a more glorious past when they
experienced more empowerment, greater happiness, or increased joy.
Foreign Accent Syndrome has two principal causes:
1) major disruption of brain functioning (caused by a stroke or
other brain injury).
2) unhealed past life karma that is desperately seeking resolution
in the present lifetime (the more common cause of FAS).
FAS Induced by Brain Trauma:
will heal itself. As the
brain begins the process of rewiring itself, it will use the most
deeply rooted "core level" accent from past lives. For example,
a client who had a heavy New York accent took on a Russian accent
after a massive stroke. In this life, the client had never been
to Russia or spent time around Russians. Yet he had many past
incarnations in Russia: so, for his brain, a Russian accent was
easy and it was used until his brain was sufficiently healed for
the New York accent to reemerge.
FAS Induced by Past Life Karma:
will NOT heal itself until
either the past life is directly healed or the issue from the past
life is addressed. For example, a client who had a typical New
Jersey accent suddenly started speaking in a pronounced Southern
drawl. This was especially difficult for the client because a
coworker mistakenly thought the client was mocking them (which was
not true at all). Try as the client might, they just could not
control their unwanted speech pattern... until they confronted the
past life responsible for it. Once the client learned the lesson
from the past, the Southern drawl vanished overnight never to return.
When FAS is treated with traditional cognitive treatments -AND- the
person continues to exhibit the same thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors
which caused them to come into agreement with FAS in the first place,
it will resurface. Only when the individual shifts into greater levels
of love and compassion for others will they shift into greater love for
themselves... and will the involuntary foreign accent be karmically
released from their speaking pattern.
Going back to the past via past life healing can free those "afflicted"
from repeating the lessons associated with FAS in future and, more
importantly, from reincarnating with this disorder. When the FAS
sufferer understands why they came into agreement with this disorder
and what they are meant to learn by having it, they can become free
of the compulsion underlying it. When the life lesson associated with
FAS is "absorbed" into the person's body-mind-emotions, the "disempowering"
trait or behavior will fall away over time.
is included in the above descriptions of common FAS syndromes.