Past Life Regression
“LIFE CAN ONLY BE UNDERSTOOD
BACKWARDS; BUT IT MUST BE LIVED
– SØREN KIERKEGAARD
What is Past Life Regression:
Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard wrote:
“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”
It could briefly describe the purpose of Past Life Regression session.
To understand life events, behavioral tendencies and personal challenges. And therefore, live the life forwards, without looking back.
The highpoint in Past Life Therapy development happened in 70’-80’s. Although similar techniques were already practiced by Edgar Cayce
in 20′s and 30′s, by Greek and Egyptian mystery schools and found in Vedic literature of ancient India, dated as early as 2 century BC.
Past Life Regression session resembles clinical hypnosis in structure and takes a person on a journey backwards. Step-by-step, delving deeper into relaxation of the conscious awareness, gradually transitioning through the experiences in the mother’s womb, if necessary, and back into the crucial, vivid scenes of the past lives that are the root causes of the current life’s challenges. A look back at the circumstances and dynamics of once up-to- date experience provides a needed understanding and, often, a closure to the pressing questions of the present. Be it physical ailments, social or personal issues.
Past Life Regression is a potent psychotherapeutic instrument and taking part in a session offers an unmatched opportunity for spiritual growth.
Benefits of Past Life Regression:
– Reframes the negative feelings and perceptions of the past to facilitate progress towards the patient’s goals.
– Helps to find the cause of their current blocks and eliminate their past traumas.
– Enables letting go of outdated habits and behaviors.
– Promotes release from traumatic experience.
– Encourages to embody more wholesome reactions and ways of being. – Eliminates recurring nightmares.
– Re-integrates the parts of the soul that felt damaged.
– Facilitates rapid healing and stopped recurring cycles.
– Releases limiting thinking and beliefs.
– Enhances understanding of relationships and the ability to create healthier patterns.
– Dissolves death related phobias.
– Brings the relief of forgiveness towards your own transgressions and those of others.
– Renews motivation to make desired changes.
What does a Past Life Regression Session Feel Like?
Past Life Regression feels as a borderline experience between traditional hypnosis and guided relaxation. You are neither go into a deep sleep, nor remain in the vigilent everyday awareness. You are instead guided gently and steadily into the in-between state of consciousness, where you can be present, aware and yet absolutely relaxed to allow the flow of subconscious information resurface.
This is not a form of suggestion or mind control.
You are not reliving the events of the past, you are merely reviewing them.
Some people see brief details of several past lives connected with their request, others thoroughly study the lessons of one particular incarnation connected to their request.
There are situations, when repressed memories from the current lifetime resurface with tears/smiles, tingling, numbing or sensation of heaviness/ weightlessness at certain body areas.
The experience will be unique and special for every human being, yet the state of relaxation and refreshment, along with the sense of awe is the most common aftertaste of the Past Life Regression session.
Where does the memory of Past Life come from?
Psychoanalyst Carl Jung first defined the term “collective unconscious”, referring to the “objective psyche,” a segment of the deepest unconscious mind that is genetically inherited and is not shaped by personal experience of the current lifetime.
In Yogic Tradition the collective unconscious is mentioned as Akashic Records, an all-encompassing library of experiences and information which can be visited by an individual determined to acquire such knowledge.
According to Jung’s teachings, the collective unconscious is common to all human beings and is responsible for a number of deep-seated beliefs and instincts, such as spirituality, behavioral patterns, relationships, life and death instincts and more.