Unconscious Scripts and The Unconscious Mind

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What unconscious and unresolved, survival-based scripts are motivating your present-life experiences and behaviors?

Unconscious scripts subconscious mind past life reincarnation behavioral problemsMost individuals are unaware of unconscious scripts within their unconscious mind (subconscious mind), which direct and motivate everything they do and who they attract based on unconscious agendas. These pre-existing scripts, which were developed at past-life deaths, become available for resolution at the conception of each incarnation.  They will then exist as cellular/soul memory at birth and beyond.  Past Life Therapy can resolve the scripts that cause someone to materialize more unpleasant vs. pleasant experiences, including the unconscious source reinforcing addictions, obsessions, mental/physical issues, etc.

Unconscious, birth/life scripts of the unconscious mind reinforce roles or characters where one is deeply inclined to play, or live, as victim and/or victimizer.  They contain dialogue, or commands, that are analogous to a movie script unconsciously dictating one's beliefs, behaviors, and life experiences. Scripts are derived from past-life influences such as the manner in which one died, i.e., unresolved death traumas become a survival-based script reactivated as present-life issues. 

The mind attempts to clear confusion associated with past-life traumas or emotional events by attracting circumstances that augment one’s movie script or destructive “tape recordings.”  The past is repeated, but rarely resolved successfully, since the individual is unconscious of their motivating scripts which pattern their life.  Unresolved past-life issues replay while eliciting identical ailments, challenges, traumas, or unproductive relationships as similarly experienced in former lifetimes.  The incomplete, past-life incidents often contain prejudices and inclinations that cause mental and physical unrest.

Unconsciously recorded dialogue affects the mind when it's the most vulnerable or unconscious.  This occurs during past- and present-life traumas, shocking incidents, surgeries, emotionally charged events, and prenatal/birth experiences.  Unconscious events are interpreted by the mind as directions for creating or augmenting existing scripts.  Unconscious scripts or tapes that remain as self-destructive beliefs reinforce the manifestation of many conditions: injuries, mood disorders, anxieties, eating disorders, compulsions, sexual dysfunctions, infertility, dis-eases, etc.

This indicative communication expressed as actual problems is typical when there remains past issues requiring resolution.  For those incognizant of their unconscious programming and motivations, their life can be likened to reliving a bad movie role with the same unhappy ending.  Coping mechanisms develop and drug addictions can ensue (prescription or illegal drug abuse, alcohol or smoking dependence, etc.) which are unconscious attempts to "feel good" since unresolved, pre-existing traumas are preventing them from feeling balanced naturally.   A person with unresolved, survival-scripts is trying to escape or "feel numb," or even "feel dead," as a method of staying in confusion, which unconsciously ensures their survival, i.e., "As long as I'm confused, I'm still alive."

There are many ways unconsciously programmed scripts can affect one's behavior and overall health.  For example, during a therapy session a client may reveal: "See, I'm not perfect [I'm tired of trying]" (in the physical/finite sense of perfection) hence unconsciously reinforcing gene expression for chronic or terminal diseases as 'a way out.' Also, unconscious beliefs that "everything happens to me" or "I deserve this/ I'm not worthy" can encourage a variety of physical and mental ailments.  If the dialogue and unexpressed feelings from unconscious events don’t become conscious and 'reframed,' a person may attract repeated periods of victimization.

When unconscious, survival-based reasons for behaviors are resolved, unwanted behaviors will change.  Attempting to change behaviors with conscious manipulation or suggestion before the traumas holding a pattern of behaviors in place are resolved, will be failed attempts.  Behaviors cannot change long-term unless the survival-based reason for them is fully addressed and released.

Past Life Therapy resolves past experiences inhibiting personal, professional, and spiritual growth.  It empowers individuals to change mind-controlling scripts by offering them a method that allows them to take responsibility for their health and spiritual evolution.  Many conventional therapies and other alternative methods attempt to “trick the mind" with meditation, 12 step programs (prayer), cognitive approaches, biofeedback, or conscious manipulation using self-help books, tapes, or positive thinking seminars.  The source of one’s negative scripts must be revealed and resolved before positive thoughts and productive behaviors can become permanent.  This is crucial since the unconscious mind overrides the conscious. 

Effective, long-term results require one to create consciousness by becoming aware of their self-defeating scripts, altering them when necessary, and achieving spiritual healing through closure.  PLT works by accessing the source of one’s challenges where drugs and other methods may only provide temporary band-aids or ineffective solutions. Past Life Therapy is an experiential, enlightening process that resolves detrimental, unconscious scripts rooted in past-life traumas and/or present-life events. Consequently, PLT invokes inner peace, spiritual alignment, and a healthy mind/body. PLTC clients, who resolve their past by finishing the PLT process, establish a positive shift in their energy/aura.  Clients report that they consistently "feel good," complete, and purposeful. 

A belief in reincarnation, karma or spirituality is not necessary for the therapy to be successful.  There is no formal hypnotic induction.  The process accesses hypnotic states existing from prior traumatic experiences that remain unresolved in today's life patterns.

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Unconscious Scripts of the Unconscious Mind: Unconscious dialogue from therapy sessions revealing the past-life source of present-day challenges motivated by unresolved survival scripts (examples below).

"As long as I'm anxious [unsettled], I know that I'm alive."

"If I'm still and calm, then I must be dead."/ "If I rest for too long, I will be captured and killed again; therefore, I must remain constantly occupied."  This is an example of someone who wasn't able to feel peace until leaving one's body.  Hence, peacefulness within the body is rejected until traumas reinforcing anxiety-fueld survival scripts are resolved.

"I need to keep moving [remain busy] to know that I'm alive."

Possible behaviors due to past-life, unresolved/survival-based dialogue:

  • Working constantly even if it jeopardizes one's health and personal relationships. 
  • Repeatedly ending relationships when someone gets 'too close," since it makes one feel settled (dead). 

    A traumatic, past-life death involving anxiety, pain and confusion manifests the same beliefs and feelings in the next lifetime. If someone was feeling fear and anxiety when attacked/killed, an unconscious script develops that promotes, "as long as I'm fearful and anxious, then I'm alive" since intensified fear, pain and anxiety results in death.  Until the unconscious trauma with its hypnotic commands are resolved, the survival-based script emphasizes that one remain unsettled, preoccupied, confused, and experiencing pain.

"As long as I'm getting attention, I'm alive."  [Any attention is good attention.  I don't want to be unnoticed, forgotten and left for dead on this battlefield. An injury to my leg prevented me from keeping up with my troops.  I'm helpless dying on this field.  In this lifetime, a moment cannot pass with people unaware of my existence or a tragedy will ensue.]

Possible behaviors due to past-life, unresolved/survival-based dialogue:

  • Drinking excessively and creating a scene or conflict in order to attract attention. 
  • Fabricating stories or being melodramatic and outlandish in one's speech, appearance, etc. in order to remain the center of attention.  
  • Rarely listening or allowing others to have adequate attention.
  • Choosing high-profile careers for the main purpose of public attention due to survival-based motivations such as "remain visible and recognizable, or I will die." e.g., working as an actor, news anchor, politician, etc.

"As long as no one notices me, I'm safe and alive."

(A person killed on battlefield when charging towards the front-line enemy making them visible and vulnerable to attack.)

Possible behaviors due to past-life, unresolved/survival-based dialogue:

  • Declining promotions or leadership roles to avoid becoming too visible or sent to the 'front-lines."
  • Avoiding public speeches and anything that makes a person the center of attention. 

"If I don't allow myself to feel, I can do this."

[If I don't feel an emotional connection, I can shoot this man as I was instructed to by my commander.  As long as I don't feel, I can perform my job.]


"As long as he keeps beating me (feel pain), I know I'm alive." Someone beaten to death in a past-life creates the survival script "as long as I can feel the punches, I have a chance to escape this person before he kills me." Consequently, an abusive relationship reinforces "as long as I feel pain, I'm not dead yet."

Possible behaviors due to past-life, unresolved/survival-based dialogue:

  • Inability to become intimate or express feelings.  Developing feelings for someone makes it difficult to murder them even if instructed by one's government; therefore, "I can't get too close to anyone." Even if a person isn't an actual soldier in this lifetime, they may behave as if they are unconsciously preparing themselves for battle which involves shutting-off feelings to survive.

“If I tell the truth, I will die.”

Case Example:  A male client experiences a past-life where he speaks his mind about several injustices and acts of inhumanity by the ruling king.  He is told by his comrades that the king is God; therefore, anything the king says is the word of God and must be honored.  By expressing his opinions (truth), he was beheaded by his comrades for questioning the king's orders.

Possible behaviors/physical problems due to past-life, unresolved/survival-based dialogue:

  • “Mr. Nice Guy" at one’s own expense by telling everyone what they want to hear rather than what one really feels and believes.  He may hold anger and unexpressed emotions in his body resulting in emotionally-reinforced health problems and blockages such as digestive problems, colon cancer, clogged arteries, or throat/esophageal cancer from a fear of speaking the truth.
  • Inability to trust others.
  • Unable to stand up for what one truly believes. Hence, living life as a victim. Always honoring authority figures even if they're unethical. Avoiding confrontation with supervisors or seldom recommending changes because "If I say what is on my mind or tell the truth, I will die.”

"If I talk to people (get too close, embrace intimacy, etc.), someone will get hurt or die." / "If I don't wash my hands (compulsively), I will die."

Case Example:  In a former lifetime, a 14 year-old boy is ordered by his father and townsmen to nail-shut windows and doors of homes occupied by families supposedly infected with bubonic plague.  The women and children go upstairs to prepare for a doctor's visit.  The boy was instructed to tell them everything is going to be okay. However, there wasn't any intention for a doctor to arrive. They were quarantined and trapped in their bedrooms where they were burned alive.  Afterwards, he was told to wash his hands and arms vigorously and repeatedly at a nearby river to "get the germs off." In this lifetime, he unconsciously attracted an abusive mother who burned him with cigarettes as an infant.  He compulsively washes his hands and body (often defined as OCD, or obsessive compulsive disorder).  His karmic script and behavioral problems resolve with therapy.

Possible behaviors due to past-life, unresolved/survival-based dialogue:

  • Compulsive cleaning of one's skin that can escalate to severe skin rashes and deep abrasions in an unconscious attempt to avoid contracting a disease.
  • Avoiding communication with others and intimate relationship



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