Tourette's Syndrome (TS) is a condition where the sufferer is afflicted
by constant, repetitive, involuntary movements and vocalizations ('tics'),
like shouted obscenities.
The usual cause of Tourette's Syndrome (TS) is that, in many past lives,
TS sufferers rigidly controlled their own (or others) bodies and/or
actions (like movements or vocalizations) because they were taught to
do so society. TS breaks the pattern by forcing the sufferer to exhibit
behaviors (like cursing obscenities) that they would have severely punished
in past lives. TS also forces the sufferer to literally beat or injure
themselves (and sometimes others).
TS is also a balancing of karma because when others were beaten, if they
survived, they were often left with nerve damage resulting in tics.
Here is how this works:
Those who could not control their rage
against others in past lives now cannot control the present life
rage against themselves. Severe TS sufferers can literally beat
themselves to death.
Those who indulged in beating and/or
berating prisoners while they were guards in prison in past lives
contract TS to balance that karma by both movement and vocalization
"Seen and not heard" was the life of many in
past lives. Those who enforced this harsh rule in the past contract
TS to be heard with words they do not want to say so that others will
not see their suffering.
Tourette's Syndrome (TS) is painful for the sufferer and their family.
The family must watch as the sufferer is powerless to control the
urges that shakes (and can damage) their body and poisons
(and can strangle their speech).
The tics caused by Tourette's are constantly changing in number,
frequency, severity, and location. The tics wax and wane throughout
the day but, over time, the tics will tend to get progressively
worse in frequency and severity.
Here are the primary symptoms of Tourette's Syndrome:
Tourette's Syndrome is most often diagnosed as the
result of the presence of vocal tics, which include:
(spontaneous, involuntary utterance of
(spontaneous, involuntary repetition of
words of others).
(spontaneous, involuntary repetition of one's
Tourette's Syndrome is also characterized
by movements that are clearly involuntary.
(where eyes are blinking so often as to impair
(where throat clears and shoulders shrug
on their own).
(where limbs are constantly flying around
When TS is very severe, the sufferer will find it difficult to eat
and sleep. Their body will wear out eventually from the severe stress,
weight loss, and exhaustion caused by experiencing constant stream of
vocal and movement tics.
There is a drastic solution for severe TS sufferers: experimental brain
surgery to suppress severe Tourette's. This involves the implanting
electrodes in the motor control part of the brain to keep cells from
misfiring and causing tics.
This is a very invasive and risky brain surgery that should be attempted
as a last resort. It can have dramatic after effects like brain damage,
mental breakdowns, loss of motor control, infections, etc.
Although TS symptoms can be suppressed by medication, the effect is
usually temporary. The body often adjusts to the medicine until it
no longer works. Worse, the frequency and severity of the tics can
increase in response to a period of medication and for sure they
increase if no attempt is made to heal them.
For those who cannot qualify-afford invasive brain surgery, there is
another way. This is past life healing where the sufferer examines
the karmic reasons for WHY they came into agreement with having TS.
is included in the above descriptions of Tourette's syndromes.