And what an adventure it can be !
Regressing through your past lives can be insightful, healing and very very interesting.
Imagine if you found out you were a North American Indian or Chinese or Egyptian.
Lived in a castle in the South of France or travelled the ocean on a Viking boat.
In the many years I have been using hypnosis to regress my clients through their previous lives we have been on this wonderful journey of discovery together. There have been times when my clients have been in hypnosis communicating their experiences like they were there now, while I scribble down pages of notes about cobblestone paths, styles of cottages, styles of clothing, communications and experiences with others, recognition of loved ones from their current life as different people in their past.
Experiencing memory of injury or trauma which has effects on their health, fears and phobias in their current life, which I help to release the past trauma so healing can take place in the present, often eliminating aches and pains, fears and phobias, through this fascinating process.
Occasionally during hypnosis, people experience a spontaneous phenomenon called “hypnoproduction”, in which they can demonstrate remarkable, complex skills which they have not acquired in their current life. For example, speaking another language fluently while in hypnosis or discussing complicated scientific concepts using terms they have not acquired in their current life, or demonstration of musical or artistic skills not acquired in their present lifetime.
Each of these spontaneous past- life manifestations suggest a wondrous reserve of subconscious resources and inner potentials just waiting to be discovered.
Past life regression therapy operates from the idea that we can access lessons from previous lives—which is not supported by science. However, those who are more spiritually inclined might find value in exploring a new side of themselves and their (potentially everlasting) soul. Past life regression “really broadens people’s perspective on what we’re doing on the planet, why we’re here, and the connections we have—so it’s just a great way to explore: What is this existence all about?”.