In Past-Life Therapy, while you’re in a state of hypnosis, the images, thoughts and impressions that appear in your awareness are interpreted into a cohesive narrative of a past life.
Typically, you’ll be guided through the significant events of at least two past lives. And for each life described, you’ll be taken through the death experience, and then onto a ‘life review’, where the purpose of that lifetime, the lessons learned, and decisions made are examined from the perspective of your higher self.
Perhaps you’re simply curious?
If you’ve ever wondered about the possibility that you’ve been here before, take a moment to consider the following questions:
- Have you ever met someone you instantly felt you knew?
- Do you have a natural talent for something perhaps in sports, language or music that was amazingly easy to pick up?
- Do you feel more like a parent than a partner to your spouse?
- Does it seem as though you keep running into the same old obstacles or the same types of people over and over again?
- Have you ever arrived at a place you’ve never been, yet you felt as though you knew it immediately?
- Have you ever had an immediate and unexplainable aversion to certain foods, places or people?
- Do you have an addiction to a substance or even a person that seems impossible to shake?
- Have you ever felt instantly attracted to someone you just met?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, might it be that a past life is impacting on you in your present life?
We can debate the metaphysics of past-life regression until we’re all blue in the face, it really doesn’t matter whether or not it is true that we have many more than just this one life. The point is that this is a profound and powerful form of therapy regardless, albeit a non-traditional one. And if you’re able to uncover, deal with, and feel better about issues you’re facing via past-life regression, then it’s certainly a valid form of therapy, and probably a more fun and fascinating one than your typical therapy session! As one client put it:
“I don’t know or care whether these are actual lifetimes my soul had. That’s beside the point.
The narratives and issues I saw mirrored to me issues that I was grappling with, and gave
me different perspectives on my own ingrained patterns about those issues.” A.