A spiritual awakening and renewal awaited this soul as he moved from a cold and isolated environment to a warm and active community. The client was a retired man of Asian descent. He was a medical social worked whose parents were doctors. His parents and siblings moved around the world serving the less privilege in Asia, Africa, Europe and later in the United States.
In pursuit of service to humanity, particularly in the children health area, he experienced many obstacles in terms of physical, racial, financial & employee abuse. Married later in life, he experienced a rocky relationship with his step children which was often due to the clash of the Asian and US cultural priorities.
His love and respect for his parents acts of service continues even today. His many international experiences have made him a man who appreciates the diversity of cultures and the needless and deep pain caused by judgment of one group onto another group.
Key questions he wanted answered centered around understanding the purpose of the obstacles he experienced when trying to help others, why service was such a primary theme in his family life, what was the cause of a fractured relationship with a sister & the reoccurring theme of heart problems in both his life and his immediate family.
His past life started in a cold, icy & rocky area near the seashore. There were no structures and no people. There was just wind, ice, rocks and a barrian sea shore. It was a desolate area that provided no food or protection from the harsh environment . When looking into the far distance he saw what he perceived as a beautiful place.
Finding no reason to stay he moved to another important day in his life. He found himself moving inland to a narrower striped of land with a similar cold climate. Again there was no other person in sight for as far as the his eyes could see. But on this day, he found himself with supplies and a tent that he could build. After building a tent he once again scanned the horizon and found no other activity taking place. He decided to placed a mat inside the tent and prepare to eat. Once he was sitting down he realized there was no vegetation in sight. He perceived himself to be a vegetarian (Which he is in this life). Without much vegetation around he had a strong urge to get up and move away from this place in search of food. As he was packing up he again felt a strong sense of isolation filling up inside of himself.
He moved on to another important day in his life. He found himself walking into a village with unattractive huts. He noticed the huts were of poor quality from his point of view and he seemed visibly upset about this fact. The weather was warmer and the people and children were engaged in recreational activities. He was agitated and not very happy in this place. He viewed the people as neither good nor bad to him. They were just doing non-productive activities as he described it. He became more & more uncomfortable being in an environment where no work or learning activities were taking place. He continued to explore the village and he came upon animals and snakes. At this point, he described how the animals were menacing and he expressed a strong desire to leave the village area. He said he started to feel threaten in the environment.
The next important day in his life he found himself back in the wilderness. This time he was walking along a nice winding river with the weather becoming warmer still. The vegetation was abundant for his vegetarian tastes. There was vegetation as far as the eye could see. After some initial exploring he felt he was getting tired and needed to relax. Due to the warmer climate he advised he did not need his tent, but would use his mat to sleep on after he cleared the pebbles. As he started to lay back and rest his head he began to scan the sky. As the sky overhead began to darken it began to fill with an array of sparkling stars and planets. He was very elated and found the experience to be very fulfilling emotionally and spiritual awakening.
When he moved to the next important day in his life he came upon a series of mountains similar to the Grand Canyon. The mountains were gray & red. He described the mountains as being very expansive. As he continued to walk he came upon a village of nice structures with women and children busy and active. The weather was the warmest of all the sites he visited. The women were busy doing chores and children actively playing. When he looked up he saw the men on top of the mountain. He wanted to go to them but said since he was not “of them’ he needed to get permission. Once on top of the mountain the men and other children were busy playing. As he reached the summit he felt an over whelming feeling inside of him that he had reached his home. He felt he could settle down,be productive and find happiness in such a land.
His last day was spent lying down in the village while observing village activity happening around him.
His sub-conscience (SC) advised him his purpose in this life was that of service and duty. The SC advised him in his past life he demonstrated similar qualities of devotion to duty and an appreciation for productive activity. The SC provided multiple affirmations of the good qualities he exhibited in both the past life and current life.
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