A program to explore our life cycles

For people who have studies Carl G. Jung, psychoanalysis and other similar approaches, it is evidence that we keep repeating the same old stuff that has not been resolved during our younger years. Research has demonstrated multiple times that what has not been resolved keeps coming back. Carl G. Jung said: "What does not come back to my awareness returns as a destiny".

A book written by Karol K. Truman: Feelings buried alive never die, delivers a powerful message as well.

In Recall Healing we have countless examples to show how much we keep repeating what we don't want to face from the past. We know now that the dramatic events from the past have a tendency to come back in our daily life under the form of cycles. These cycles have been discovered by Marc Frechet during the 80's.
Before going into the historic of these cycles let's say this: this Timeline-Program facilitates the use of the dramatic events of our life in order to accelerate the therapeutic process, to make "connection" with prior cycles but first to simplify the calculation which represents quite often a task and stress to many Health Care Professionals, Therapists and Counsellors.

The repetitive life cycles historic

Repetitive Life Cycles are the inherent tendency of an individual to repetitively experience similar events that cause similar emotions and decisions throughout their life at predicable intervals. This tool is fundamental in Recall Healing. Some good ages to prospect for emotional gold would be:
Memorized Biological Cellular Cycles (Age Fraction) - If a person is 60 years old at illness onset, age 30 (half of 60), 15 (quarter of 60), 7 ½ (one eighth of 60), and 12 ( one fifth of 60).

Age of Independence/Autonomy ("AI")- If a person's AI is 18 and they are 60 years old at illness onset, then they are 6 years past 3 times the AI (age 54). Look for an event at age 6, at age 24 (AI + 6 years) and at age 42 (double AI + 6 years).

The events of our life are memorized in our biological system in the form of biological cycles, contained within our cells. We owe this discovery, critical to the understanding of our biology, to clinical psychologist Marc Fréchet. This is of extraordinary, practical interest for the understanding and healing of illnesses. There are thousands of cycles and sub-cycles in the cosmos, of which our own cycles are universal transpositions. They represent the pulsation of the universe transposed in our biology. The events of our life do not occur by chance!

Let's take a look at the story of Marc Fréchet. a psychologist who got phenomenal results by working with the cycles in the life histories of his patients.
His mother-to-be had done some foolish things and was scheduled to go before a judge. She decided to have a child, thinking that at the sight of a newborn the judge would be more lenient and she would thereby avoid imprisonment.

This infant was a "living object" created for and charged with a purpose: to prevent his mother from going to prison. It is for this reason that he was conceived and that he came into the world. Marc Fréchet will say: "I came into the world to free my mother from incarceration." This is inscribed in him. He becomes a psychologist, and all his life he will attempt to free people (and most particularly women) from their incarceration (pathologies). His initial program was to free his mother; 95% of his clientele will be female. Nevertheless, his mother was convicted and imprisoned with her child.

In the Marc's programmed//purpose, his imprisoned mother remains locked up in a little cell, which is integrated into the Marc's biology (body) as the program "NO MOVING." This is a conflict of movement which can translate as a paralysis, in other words as a biological transposition of all the situations in which one is cornered, immobilized, in which one cannot move. Whether it be a real paralysis or a virtual paralysis ("I'm stuck within these four walls"), the brain only knows biology.
Time passes and Marc meets a woman. It is love at first sight, and they marry. With their marriage, they both become autonomous, which is to say they become independent of their parents. The day of their wedding they symbolically "relive" the day of their birth.
The young wife is radiant, happy and in full health. They marry, spend their wedding night, and the following morning, upon awakening, she is paralyzed and cannot get up.

He has come into the world to free his wife from her immobilization, and this occurs the day he becomes autonomous, in other words, the day he marries, since on this day he relives and thus reviews (relives) the day of his birth. Among two and a half billion women on the planet, he chooses to marry someone who will become paralyzed the day of her marriage. This is a synchronicity which is expressed in an MBCC.

In some way, the same situation repeats itself. The person who counted most for him as an infant was his mother, and he came into the world to prevent her from being immobilized. The day after his wedding, the woman who counted most for him was paralyzed.

On the day of her wedding, his wife also relives the day of her birth. During her delivery, labor suddenly stopped, creating a situation in which she was immobilized. The baby had to be extracted with forceps, and they pulled a little too hard, causing a spinal sprain (or wrenching her spine) which led to a paralysis of several days. She becomes paralyzed again the day of her independence, as she did on the day of her birth.

The "Cycle of independence/autonomy"

This begins the day we leave our parents, when we become independent financially and in terms of housing. This concerns shelter, food and money. For some this takes place on the day of their wedding.

Example: the woman who developed a nervous depression.

With a cycle of independence of 21 years. At 17 she falls in love with a boy. They want to get married, but she asks that they wait until they return to France to do so. Back in France, the boy stays at his fiancée's for awhile and only later goes to see his parents. His mother has a fit of jealousy, gets her hands on him again and demands that he put off his wedding.

The fiancée also sabotages herself by accepting this. She has always felt that good things would pass her by. In the end, she doesn't marry him and falls into a lover's depression. At 21 she meets a man she loves, and they marry.

Her life goes on with this memory: 17 years after her 21st year, when she is 38, she relives the departure of the first man in her life: her husband dies and she loses the second man in her life. A young widow, she suffers another depression. Her life continues. At 42 years of age she enters the third cycle of her life: 17 years after this date, thus at 59, she decides to take care of her suffering mother. Her husband objects, but she does it anyway, and he leaves her. She experiences a depression again, this time very deep. She no longer has any interest in anything. She suffers a depression of involution, gives up and dies.
NB: Each of her depressions lasts four years.

Example: taken from the story of Marc Fréchet
17 years and 3 months after his marriage: motorcycle accident
At the age of 17 years and 3 months: mobilette accident
This is not the result of coincidence, as one often thinks.
Marc Fréchet wrote his thesis on these cycles. He treated his patients by focusing on each one's cycles, noting their dates of birth and the events month by month until the date of their independence. He then related the events that occurred after this with those that had occurred following their birth.
Recognition, in other words becoming conscious of something, allows deprogramming.
Knowing something is not enough; we must "recognize" it in order to deprogram it.
Everything has cycles, which explains why our illnesses reoccur at certain dates, in other words when the memory diskette is activated!