man choking, symbolizing the fear of choking as a sign for past life memory

Fear of Choking – A Past Life Memory

Do you, or someone you know, experience an irrational fear of choking? Your soul has a difficult time separating one life from the next. It holds onto residual memories from past lifetimes, and especially, past deaths. If you experienced a particularly traumatic death, your soul will bring the fears from that death into your current incarnation.

An extreme fear of choking may be a sign that you’ve experienced a traumatic death in your past life, and there will often be other related fears and limiting beliefs from that death that are holding you back in this lifetime.

Join Ainslie as he offers insights into how a fear of choking may be a past life memory.

This video is part of our Past Life Stories blog.

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Past Life Stories: Fear of Choking – A Past Life Memory


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Are You Suffering From Past Life Trauma?

Do you have a strange, irrational fear that just doesn’t make any sense? Have you ever considered it might be a memory your soul is holding onto from a traumatic past life event?

Ainslie has helped many people overcome the limiting effects of past-life fears in 1-on-1 psychic reading & guidance sessions, and through participation in his SoulWorld® Membership Program.

By uncovering the original source of trauma, your soul can let go of fears, phobias, and limiting beliefs, and begin living the life your soul intended.

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Video Transcription – Fear of Choking: A Past Life Memory

Do you experience a fear of choking? Join Ainslie MacLeod, internationally-acclaimed psychic guide, spiritual teacher, and award-winning author, as he discusses why a fear of choking may be connected to past life trauma. When your soul has an incomplete life plan, the resonances show up as fears, phobias, limiting beliefs, and Achilles body parts (physical reminders of past-life trauma). A fear of choking is a memory of death in a past life. Let me give you an example of how a fear of choking can manifest itself. My client, Margaret, was going through the breakup of her marriage. Dave, her husband, was an “old friend,” a soul she’d known from many lifetimes in the past. She wanted to know anything that would help her understand the nature of their relationship. I told her that she and Dave had a lifetime together in China. They were both boys, Margaret being the older of the two. The younger one was born with cerebral palsy, and needed constant care. It became the older sibling’s job to help with feeding. On his watch, his little brother choked to death on his food. “Does he have a fear of choking,” I asked. “Oh my God,” she said. “He’s obsessed with it! Then she told me about an incident that had happened one evening recently. “What would you do,” he asked her, “if I started choking?” “I don’t know,” she said, “Slap you on the back, I suppose?” “And if that didn’t work?” “Uh…the Heimlich maneuver?” “And if I was still choking?” “Good Lord,” she said, “I don’t know. Bend you over a chair or something?” “No,” he said, pointing at his throat just below his Adam’s apple. “You need to cut a hole here and stick a tube in it!” At which point she looked him straight in the eye and said, “How many other couples do think have this conversation!” What Dave was going through was a stress-induced resonance from their past life together. His soul, fearing a major shift in his life plan, went back to their life together in China. Her presence, combined with the fear of impending loss triggered the memory, and the fear that he’d once again die from choking. To learn more about the often surprising ways your past lives affect you, visit soulinstruction.com. There, you can download a free chapter from Ainslie’s book, The Instruction, and gain free access to Ainslie’s inspirational video series, Insights from the Spirit Guides. And take the Soul Type Quiz to help you on your journey towards living the life your soul intended.

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  1. Michele Baruffi
    Michele Baruffi says:

    I believe my boyfriend has this fear, or a similar one. He can’t stand to have his neck touched, if I even put my arms around his neck he will flinch. It bothered me early in our relationship until we talked about it and I realized it wasn’t about me. He has a birth mark on the front of his neck and used to joke about being stabbed by a sword in a past life but I always thought that had a ring of truth to it.

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