KARMIC DICTIONARY: Past Life Causes of Present Life Disorders
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Self Mutilation Syndrome
Self Mutilation (also known as Self Injury, Self Abuse, Self Harm, and
Deliberate Harm Syndrome) is most often experienced by those expressing
their pain, hurt, or aggression by turning it inward on themselves
(instead of outward against other people or inanimate objects). Self
Mutilation is most often done by women. The majority of self injurers
have been sexually or physically abused.
Symptoms: Self Mutilation comes in many forms. The most common form is cutting the skin (by using razor blades or broken glass). Other forms are burning or scratching the skin, reopening healing wounds, head banging, bone breaking by tripping or falling, etc. The reasons for self mutilation are as numerous and as unique as the people who "do it". However, the most common reasons for self injury are relief from psychological pain or mounting tension, release of unwanted emotions, being numb and wanting to feel something, being stressed and wanting to feel nothing, expressing anger/rage, and/or needing to get attention.
After Effects: Self Mutilation is a life threatening condition that is often not taken seriously by others around the person until their life is actually threatened. There are times when the injury goes farther than intended into suicide. Even if this pattern is healed in body, mind, emotions, and spirit, the former injurer's system may be permanently impaired by years of self abuse. Since the individual has usually endured years of abuse, they are at increased risk for cancer and infection.
Self Mutilators are usually suffering from a resonance which
causes the mind to believe that it still must harm the body. The reality
is that there is usually a past life personality (often one from a life
of abuse or religious "self-abnegation") "starving for attention" and
for the healing that knowledge of the past brings.
Case History: Self Mutilators come from all walks of life. Many times they are the people that you would be least likely to suspect of this behavior. They quickly become very expert at inflicting and then concealing their wounds so that the pattern of self abuse can continue indefinitely. One woman - very attractive, highly intelligent, and financially independent - went for years self mutilating. Only when she took ill from an unrelated cause were scars from repeated wounds discovered. Since she was unmarried and lived alone, there was no one else to "blame" for her condition which sprang from horrific abuse in a convent in past lives.
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Credits: from channeled information and from "Kira's" life story.
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