“I was lying on the ground, taking my last breath,” Woman says past life was key to overcoming food addiction

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SAN ANTONIO, Texas (KABB) – Belinda Ramirez says she was always uneasy and on edge.

“Often times, I wondered whether this was normal or not,” she told KABB.

Ramirez says she was always addicted to food and would get upset when food was wasted or thrown away.

In fact, she became so upset she decided to go to a hypnotist to find out why.

“It brought clarity as to why I was doing other things in relation to food,” she said.

The hypnotist told Ramirez that her current food addiction didn’t have much to do with what was happening now, but rather what she went through in the past.

“It wasn’t until I had the past life regression that the reason I did it is because my Aztec life, that’s what I did,” Ramirez said.

She says during her session, she saw herself living in a time where food was scarce.

“I was skin and bones,” she said. “I was lying on the ground, taking my last breath and the sun was shining bright.”

She says the findings helped her move forward in her life.

“I felt like I was lighter, like I had dropped a lot of baggage, and just really happier. Happy that I was set free from this behavior,” Ramirez said. “Right after I did that session, I never did that behavior again.”

Ramirez says it only took one session to find peace within herself.

“It proved to me that I am eternal. That even though in that lifetime, I thought I died and I really didn’t,” she said. “It was just proof to me that there really is no such thing as death.”

Reincarnation is a belief that is hard for many people to swallow.

However, Ramirez says that belief saved her life.

“It was such a relief that I could walk by a trashcan and not worry what was in it,” she said. “There isn’t scientific data that I could provide you or like physical proof that I can provide for you, but it is true for me because I lived it.”

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