Catharsis Part 2 – Ray of Hope? Or, Mirage?

It was a pleasant March morning in New Delhi. Reema’s family (her hubby Ashish and kid Krish) plans to visit Ashish’s cousin sister in Chandigarh, 250 kms north from New Delhi, over the weekend. Ashish’s cousin sister, Sheena is a jovial homemaker, who loves to be among friends and family. A party person and a superb hostess, she would enjoy the time spent with guests, gossiping and joking about those family members or friends not present there. Mohan, her hubby – in stark contrast – a reserved, laconic but confident person, who would accompany the party throughout, responding with smiles and rare laughter for all nasty or otherwise jokes. Often, parties and social gatherings are like long imposed social obligations for Mohan, who would invariably retire to bed after party with a big sigh of relief – Oh! It’s over.  (more…)

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Fear can be dealt with

A 32 years old lady had a long held fear due to which, she – even at her home – would make sure that all the windows/ doors of her home closed and curtained (to the dark). She would check this repeatedly to reassure herself and often – to the extent – making her family members concerned. She had been living this since her childhood.

While conducting healing for her through Serenity Surrender, it was revealed that in one of her past lives, she was alone enclosed in her hut as a child, when a war broke out. Her parents had gone out to arrange to leave the city to a safe place as they knew that war could break out anytime, leaving the kid to safety in the enclosed hut. As the war started, few burning objects and arrows pierced through the roof of the hut and hit the girl, causing end to that life. The episode created this fear of being unsafe even at home, and that that she will be left alone by her dear ones, which she continued to live in the current life.

After the healing session, the lady reported considerable change in her attitude.