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Soul Fragmentation. Consequences and the Reintegration of Lost Parts by Victor Chirea


The book approaches the issue of trauma from an interdisciplinary perspective, interblending concepts related to clinical psychology with the spiritual vision that transpersonal psychology has on different psychological disorders. Based on the author’s private practice as a therapist specialized in Past Life Therapy and Gestalt Therapy, the theoretical background of this book sheds more light on what happens at a spiritual level when people undergo traumatic events. Faced with different types of traumas – the loss of a loved one, abandonment, accidents, sexual abuses and violence – people’s soul ‘splits’ into many parts that live under the illusion of being completely cut off from the primary soul. This process is called “soul fragmentation” and the therapeutic goal is to reverse it, be releasing the trauma and reconnecting with the lost soul parts. Healing is then the natural consequence of soul reintegration, which also facilitates spiritual growth. A detailed case study presented in the book will catch the reader’s attention and curiosity as to how the process of soul reintegration works.

The last part of the book includes the author’s spiritual journeys in places such as Nepal (a Tibetan monastery retreat), Brazil at Joao de Deus, Israel at the Holy Sepulcher or in India visiting master Sai Baba. Sharing all these spiritual experiences with the readers is a subtle invitation to reconnect with the Higher Self and become aware of the healing potential of reintegrating the lost soul parts.




Conceptual Delimitations

Soul Fragmentation

Soul Division

Self Aspects: the Soul, the Spirit and the Ego

The 6 ‘bodies’ of the Self: physical, emotional, mental, astral, etheric, causal

On Karma

Types and Causes of Soul Fragmentation

Types of Soul Fragmentation

Causes of Soul Fragmentation


Unexpected Deaths Occurring Instantaneously

Emotional Denial

Unbalanced Relationships with Strong Emotional Attachment

Soul Fragmentation – Related Psychopathology

Neurosis, Psychosis and Personality Disorders

Multiple Personality Disorder

Multiple Souls in One Body

Attachments, Obsessions and Pseudo-Obsessions

Bipolar Personality Disorder

An Integrative Example of Regression Therapy

Soul Reintegration

The Process of Forgiveness and Release


Past Life Therapy

Timeline Healing Technique

Special Places Contributing to Soul Reintegration



 Book excerpt

One of the most common ways in which soul fragmentation occurs is by denial. Faced with a very intense experience, which goes beyond the Self’s normal capacities of integration, most of the time the soul chooses to cope with this situation by splitting off the traumatized part and then avoiding it intentionally. As time goes by, this aspect of the Self is forgotten and repressed in the unconscious and, at the death moment, the soul will not be aware of its repressed parts whose manifestations have been denied. Thus, the healthy aspect of the soul will be heading towards the light straightaway, leaving behind, in lower astral realms, the suppressed soul parts which do not have enough energy to rise up to higher vibrational realms.


About the Author

victor_chireaVictor Chirea is a psychotherapist, specialized in Gestalt Therapy and a Certified Regression Therapist in Past Life Therapy, member of Earth Association for Regression Therapy. He continued his studies with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and Psychological Counseling and he also graduated from the Department for the Preparation of the Didactic Personnel. He held personal development workshops with a focus on assertive communication, relaxation methods and techniques, the therapeutic effect of stories. In his pilgrimages, he reached different spiritual centers in India and Tibet, where he had the privilege to meet enlightened masters. He studied and practiced Buddhist meditation techniques guided by Master Tanpai Rinpoche Acharya. During his free time, he practices Ki-Aikido for physical health and peace of mind.




Additional Information

Author: Victor Chirea

Translated into English by: Ruxanda Georgescu

Proofreading: Adina Rădulescu

Cover Design: Andrei Chirea

Technical Editing: Cristian Fulaș

Publisher: Gestalt Books, Bucharest, 2014

ISBN: 978-606-93668-5-1

Number of pages – 137


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