Man claims to heal depression using past life 'regression'
It's the age-old question - what do you think happens to us after we die?
While some believe death to be final, others believe our souls live on, and then there's the people who reckon our spirits go on to inhabit another human form.
Not only that, but there's a theory that the physical and mental ailments we had in a past life, could be carried through to the lives we're currently living.
The soul, the consciousness exists [after death] and it takes with it its fears, it talents...the only thing we do not take is material things, but everything else that's stored in the mind goes with you.Nicolas Aujula, Parapsychology expert
Often some souls can come back because there is unresolved business that needs to be sorted out on this material plain.Nicolas Aujula, Parapsychology expert
Nicolas Aujula is an expert in parapsychology and claims be able to treat things like depression, phobias, traumas, even physical problems, like headaches, by taking us back into our past lives.
Aujula tells Cape Talk's Sara-Jayne King, it was his own experience that led him into this field.
When I was 17 I remembered my own past life and it was a turning point for me. As a child I'd suffered very severe throat problems and I remembered in some of my past lives I'd been hanged, I'd been beheaded.Nicolas Aujula, Parapsychology expert
Click below to find out how Nicolas Aujula claims he can heal you from past life trauma:
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