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  • Writer's pictureClare C. Chan

Past Life Regression Therapy Series (4) - The Emotional Connection to Food

During past life regression experiences, each individual's journey is unique. Some people have visual experiences, where the regression therapy feels like watching a movie with images appearing in their minds. Others have sensory experiences, where they feel physical sensations during the therapy, such as a heavy body or warm shoes, but with fewer visual images. Yet others are intuitive, experiencing fewer images or physical sensations; instead, thoughts drift through their minds during the regression, like feeling they were in a war or starving for many days, although these thoughts do not take the form of images. The following case study involves an intuitive individual.



Candice has been struggling with her eating disorder for over 13 years. She has a strong urge to consume large amounts of food in a hurry, such as devouring an entire bag of chips in just a few minutes. She often feels out of control when it comes to food, experiencing both satisfaction from the taste and chewing, and strong feelings of guilt and worry about gaining weight and being seen by others. Unable to resist the urge to binge, she can only eat secretly, hidden from others. This issue has plagued her for over a decade, and despite trying countless weight loss programs, consulting various nutritionists and fitness trainers, and attempting different dieting methods, she quickly reverts to her binge-eating habits. Emotionally, she is constantly torn between her desire to binge and the subsequent guilt, shame, and worry, causing her immense suffering.


Candice hoped to address her eating disorder through past life regression therapy. With this inquiry in mind, I guided her into her past life memories. As an intuitive person, Candice has tried many times to connect with her past life memories but struggled due to the lack of images appearing in her mind. During a break, she shared that even without images, her mind drifted to thoughts and ideas about what had happened. In fact, this was already a connection to her past life memories, so Candice relaxed and allowed different thoughts related to her past life to emerge, some of which also included a few images.


In her past life recollection, Candice found herself amidst war, surrounded by ruins and destruction. Many people have died, some in battle and others from starvation. During the regression, Candice felt deep sorrow as she learnt that her parents also perished in the conflict. Following this, she experienced a sense of famine and long-term hunger. The prolonged starvation causes her mind to constantly imagine various types of food. She craved food desperately but, in reality, she was alone amid rubble, homeless on the streets. The feelings of cold and hunger became deeply ingrained in Candice's heart, leading to her insatiable craving for food in her current life.


Candice's past life was that of a young girl born in Eastern Europe during World War II. Her parents and brother were drafted into the army, leaving her, then only 10 years old, alone at home. However, her hometown could not escape the devastation of war; all the buildings were bombed, and the streets were filled with the dead and wounded. Candice became a homeless street child with no food or shelter. During the regression process, Candice felt the long-term impact of living in war and was afraid of being homeless and hungry.


When the war finally ended, some rescue workers found Candice amidst the rubble and took her to an international rescue center. This was a turning point in her life. At the center, Candice met a kind old man who gave her a bowl of steaming corn soup, which brought tears to her eyes. She knew that this man was her savior. With no other family or possessions left, she longed to stay with him. The old man took Candice to the United States, where she could start a new life with food and shelter. Later, Candice met her husband, and they established their own family, living happily ever after.



In Candice's past life memories, she had many beautiful memories associated with food. Her mother used to bring her hot, spicy egg pies, which symbolized the warmth of home. When the old man saved her, he gave her a bowl of corn soup, which reignited her hope for life. After getting married, her husband often prepared delicious food for her, which represented love, care, and affection. In this past life, Candice developed a deep love for food but was also terrified of feeling hungry. This profound imprint on food is believed to have influenced her uncontrollable feelings towards food in this life.


During regression therapy, Candice understood the origin of her emotional attachment to food and realized that she could enjoy food without feeling guilty. She also learned that she didn't need to carry the hunger from her past life while eating and could fully enjoy the happiness that food brings.


After completing the entire past life regression therapy, Candice felt much lighter. Three weeks later, I contacted Candice again to learn about the changes she experienced after the therapy.


Candice shared that her binge-eating urges and loss of control while eating had completely disappeared. She could now accept her eating habits without feeling guilt or remorse. As a result, her fears and suppression of eating had lessened, and her binge-eating issues had reduced, leading to decreased food consumption. Candice shared that she could now enjoy the process of eating and felt satisfied and happy.


Here is Candice's testimonial:

"Many things in life are beyond our understanding. In the past, I tried to solve my binge-eating and food control issues on a cognitive and emotional level, but I was never successful. However, through past life regression, not only did I resolve my eating issues from the root, but I also found explanations for the unexplained events that kept happening in my current life."


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