Why do we work so hard? An Ancient Roman life as a slave…..

Last week I had a very nice Japanese man as a QHHT® client. It was such an interesting session that I want to share it here publicly. This guy owns his company and worked creatively in the company. He made software that is sold as entertainment. He has been very successful. He came for a session to find out about his health amongst other things.

He had recently had kidney failure and a kidney transplant. He told me when he first started his company he worked everyday for about 4 years. He didn’t even take 1 day off! So he thought part of the reason his kidneys had failed was because of his period of hard work. But he wanted to know more about the reason and came for a session.

After a decent amount of pre-talk we started the session. The first scene he went to a past life in ancient Rome. He was in a dark room with a bath. There was no light or sunshine entering the room. He found he was the ‘bath attendant’, which meant he tended to the baths. This involved keeping the fires burning underneath to keep the water hot for the patrons of the baths. He also cleaned the baths. He lived with a few other ‘bath attendants’ under the baths in the room where they tended the fires to keep the water hot. None of them had any family. They slept in holes in the wall in this room. He said he was not given much food so they were always hungry. They had to tend to the baths everyday without fail. He said ‘we were taken there from the mediterranean from a place with a beautiful blue sea and white buildings. We were forced to work’.

So then in the second part of the session we spoke to his subconscious (SC). I asked what caused his kidney failure? They said ‘his work ethic. He didn’t take any time for himself and that was not right. He should have rested more’. They said since his kidney problem he has been better at resting but still he needs to rest more. I asked how can he do that? The SC said he needs to quit his job. I said why should he do that? They said he has an important project to do and he needs to take care of himself. He can’t finish that project unless he quits his job.

He needs to quit his job and start his own new business, finish the project and sell it on the market as it will be very important to help others. This project will be in the form of software that teaches the message of love in a way that many people can understand. The SC also gave him some amazing instructions on how to make the software.

Also the SC said the ancient Roman bath scene related directly to his kidney failure too. They said, ‘he was a slave’. That is where he got his work ethic’. He was a slave in ancient Roman times and had to work everyday without fail. He learned ‘gaman’ (Japanese for persisting). And so this ‘idea’ was still with him today.  That is why he felt he had to work so hard in this life and had damaged his kidneys. And there is still a possibility that he will continue to ‘gaman’ in this life too. So he needs to remember that he is free and he should take care of himself.

So I asked his SC if he still needs to have the belief of having to work hard all the time. They said ‘no’, so I asked the SC to remove that ‘energy’, (trauma) that relates to him thinking he needs to work very very hard. They said, ‘yes, OK’ and proceeded to remove the residual energy of being a slave from his heart area.

He also wanted to know about cramping pains in his chest. The SC told me that they were from having a bad diet. They specifically said that ‘junk food’, like instant noodles, cup ramen, etc, were taking their toll on his body. They said the chemical ingredients in the cup ramen are causing the cramping. I asked if this kind of food effected his kidneys? They said ‘yes, it certainly did’. So they advised him to change his diet and start eating heathy food.

He was surprised at the cause of his cramping pains. He had no idea of what was causing them before the session. And it was interesting for him to see where his ‘work ethic’ came from. So now he knows and he must be careful not to work too hard from now on.

I have lived in Japan for 26 years now. I have always wondered why Japanese people work so hard? Maybe this is a reason for it?

Thanks for reading.

©Jane Ishii 2018

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Jane Ishii

Level 3 QHHT® Practitioner

Japan & Australia






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