Do you have a fear of authority? Most people, when they see a policeman, will have at least a little shift in awareness to make sure they’re not breaking any laws. But some people have extreme reactions of panic. They break out in a sweat, their heart starts racing, they have an overwhelming urge to hide, or they try to make themselves disappear.
Their reactions to seeing any type of authority figure are completely out of proportion to the situation. Their response simply doesn’t make sense.
Does that sound like you?
If so, you’ve got a fear of authority that’s very likely a memory of something horrific from a past lifetime.
If the trauma involved an authority figure, then your soul will have carried the fear from that lifetime into this one.
Now, whenever you’re in the presence of a policeman, or judge, or even worse, your boss -- anyone that represents authority -- your soul goes into a state of panic. And you fear the absolute worst, because that’s what happened before.
Watch Ainslie’s video below, as he shares more about the past life fear of authority, and what you can do to let go of the fear if you’ve got one.
This video is part of Psychic Guide Ainslie MacLeod’s Past Life Stories series.
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Past Life Stories: Fear of Authority
For some people, simply identifying the past life death where the fear of authority originates from is enough for their soul to let go of the fear in this lifetime. For others, it takes a little more time.
But for everyone -- if you’re open -- healing will take place through past life exploration.
Whether with Ainslie, or someone like him, the important thing is to do the work. Your soul will thank you for it, and you’ll find yourself rid of a fear that just might be getting in your way of a promotion!
More video posts in our past life fears series:
- Fear of Intimacy -- A Past Life Block
- Fear of Death -- A Past Life Block
- Do you have a Fear of Authority -- Why Cops and Bosses can be scary!
- Overcoming a Fear of Failure -- Why Success can be hard to attain
- Dealing with a Fear of Loss -- The Worst Case Scenario
- Overcoming a Fear of Rejection – Loneliness and Isolation from Past Lives
Video Transcription – Fear of Authority
Do You Have a Fear of Authority? – Why Cops and Bosses Can Be Scary! Do you suffer from a fear of authority? Do you get anxious around people in uniform, or superiors at work? Join psychic guide Ainslie MacLeod to explore this common past life fear. A fear of authority is the result of abuse of authority in a past life. And before I continue, just a reminder to stay to the end for an interesting observation from my Spirit Guides. If you get anxious when you see a police car following you, even if you’ve done nothing wrong. Or if you go through conniptions having to ask your boss for a raise, you’ve got a fear of authority. My client, Shirley, has it. She had a past life in which she was an innocent person, beaten up in a prison in Russia before being tried and sent to a work camp. This abuse of authority makes her stammer when she has to deal with her superiors at work. She tries to avoid engaging them, or drawing their attention. To make things worse, she blushes easily, and always seems to do it with this one man. Of course, in soul terms, we’re all equal. There are no superiors. But Shirley sees herself as unequal. And it’s simply her soul looking back to the past and recognizing people in authority as a threat. All souls are equal. No one is less than you. No one is superior to you. Remember this when you feel threatened by someone in a position of authority. The goal is equality, and the recognition that an expensive suit, a peaked cap and a badge, or a fancy title, are not a mark of a person’s true worth. To learn more about past life fears, visit soulinstruction.com. There, you can download a chapter from Ainslie’s book, The Instruction, and gain free access to Ainslie’s inspirational video series to help you on your journey towards living the life your soul intended. If you’ve been the victim of the abuse of authority, then your soul will remind you of this when you see someone who is homeless or hungry. It says, “Remember that person is your equal, and at some time in the past, you were down on your luck, too.” This reminder is a nudge designed to get you to help the underdog. And that’s always a spiritual act.