Why Is Life So Hard? | Case Study

The client is a 43 year old female, her question is Why is life so hard?.


My client went to an unknown time, as a young male around 20  with long blonde hair, happy and at one with his environment. He goes through a simple life with simple values and desires.

Always grateful for the surroundings and the animals and other people in his life. Life is good.

The villagers are living close to the ocean, they give homage to the ocean daily for their food and their comfort, believing if they do then there will be no problems or worries, as the ocean will provide what they need.

My client seems very comfortable in this environment, smiling through the hypnosis, seemingly serene and aware of the pleasurable life he has. I move my client forward to a significant event.

One peaceful day the village is going through their daily life when the Dolphins come closer to the beach than ever before. They are calling to the villagers and seem to be communicating something is wrong. They do this for a few days until the ocean begins to change and become quite different from normal. The people are scared and make their way to higher grounds.

My client stays to look after the animals and seems to take longer to leave for safety. There comes a huge tsunami and wipes out a huge amount of land, including the village and my client.

The suddenness of the water took the young man by surprise and he is hesitant to leave his body in death. The death being so sudden and traumatic, my client finally leaves the body and hovers above watching for him and wanting to see the body again, soon after the soul comes forward and delivers the message.

My client has had a good life up until around 8 years ago when family health issues began. She has been working through the results of these issues with spiritual growth and has realised the experiences are for her higher evolution. The past life regression helped her realise there is always a balance in life, good, bad, up, down. To know one is to know the other. Lessons cannot be learned when everything is high and happy and coasting along. Upsets need to happen, to find strength, conviction and the inner-self.

To act in kindness for others.

The ideal life does not go without some sort of harshness otherwise there would be no lesson to be learned.

Toni Reilly

The client wanted to know why is life so hard.  She has had the simple purpose of life spelled out to her, read her message and then see how she was able to fully integrate that life is not smooth, it is in constant flux, ebbing and flowing.  What she has here is profound, it is simple but the way she has assimilated the reality of being human is brilliant.  This is one very wise and now peaceful woman, surrendering to life and all its possibilities.

Please bear in mind that sometimes my assimilations are possibilities that I put forward. During recall, the practitioner does not assume anything. Their job is to facilitate, question and move their client to ensure that the emotional discoveries resonate with the client experiencing their memories. – Toni Reilly

These cases studies are compiled with love and care to showcase the possibilities for healing emotional, physical and psychological trauma using my specialised technique, SoulLife® Recall Regression, where people recall memories from their past lives, current life, a visit in-between lives or go to the SoulLife area to attain optimal well-being.

This case study is documented by a graduate of my SoulLife® Recall Regression Certificate Program. The facilitator and their client remain anonymous.


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