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Has anyone here ever had a past-life regression? What's it like? I'm considering having it done, even though I've always thought that I couldn't relax enough to be hypnotized. Also, I feel like I'm being "led" to maybe learn to become a (part-time) hypnotherapist. I've always been fascinated with past lives and the afterlife, I like helping people and I'm a good listener, so I think it would be a good fit. I already have my dream career working at a website, but like I said, I feel like I'm also being "led" to do hypnotherapy.
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Yes. It's... frightening to say the least, but can also be very eye-opening. In addition to having regression done for me, I have also learned self-regression, but I wouldn't recommend it until you've had at least one done for you.

And I also have felt led to do PLR therapy, and I am considering a psychology degree to possibly pursue it. I've done regressions on friends and loved ones, and most of hem have worked. Some have even revealed pretty deep things.

If you feel led, why not try it? There's no reason you can't continue with your website while pursuing PLR therapy. If you have any more questions, please don't hesitate to ask. And good luck!

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I've had it many times and I regret it. The less you know the happier you are.
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I've had it many times and I regret it. The less you know the happier you are.
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I would love to know my past lives, if there are such things.

I would totally give it a shot if I knew how to go about getting someone to do it, and if I believed hypnotism actually worked. Sure, someone can suggest something to you, and if you're suggestible enough and believe hard enough that it'll work, then it will work. But if you don't believe it'll work, then it won't, so I don't think it'll work on me if that makes any sense.

I know there's some literature out there that claims to provide instructions for astral travel and stuff like that, so I imagine there is stuff out there that'll explain how to self-regress ones self.

To know one's past lives would be fascinating and would surely change your whole perception on reality and self. To experience in such a strong way how temporary the person you identify as really is, that "you" have been totally different people/life forms and that who you are isn't static, it's gotta be a real blow to the ego.
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I know there's some literature out there that claims to provide instructions for astral travel and stuff like that, so I imagine there is stuff out there that'll explain how to self-regress ones self.

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There are also audio books that can be helpful. It's basically like being "hypnotized" except that you can do it all by yourself. That's actually how I started doing self-regression. After a while, it will become almost like second nature, and you won't need the assistance of the audio anymore. But again I wouldn't recommend doing this as a first time regression...
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I did once... was NOT prepared for what I learned - but, what I did learn has helped me prepare.

You may have an 'easy' (to deal with) regression and see yourself in a field of flowers or wheat, with children.... or, you may have a 'hard' (to deal with) regression and see yourself on a battle field, killing.

If this is something that your inner voice is calling you to do, then only you can decide if you're ready, or willing, to accept and transmute what you see.

Ask yourself this question - 'can I handle the truth?' even if it's not peaches and cream. If you feel your consciousness is leading you, then indeed, you may be ready!
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I've had it many times and I regret it. The less you know the happier you are.
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if you regret it why would you do it multiple times?
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I did once... was NOT prepared for what I learned - but, what I did learn has helped me prepare.

You may have an 'easy' (to deal with) regression and see yourself in a field of flowers or wheat, with children.... or, you may have a 'hard' (to deal with) regression and see yourself on a battle field, killing.

If this is something that your inner voice is calling you to do, then only you can decide if you're ready, or willing, to accept and transmute what you see.

Ask yourself this question - 'can I handle the truth?' even if it's not peaches and cream. If you feel your consciousness is leading you, then indeed, you may be ready!
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It is important to forgive yourself.
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I've had it many times and I regret it. The less you know the happier you are.
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if you regret it why would you do it multiple times?
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because i like punishing myself. :D
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I did once... was NOT prepared for what I learned - but, what I did learn has helped me prepare.

You may have an 'easy' (to deal with) regression and see yourself in a field of flowers or wheat, with children.... or, you may have a 'hard' (to deal with) regression and see yourself on a battle field, killing.

If this is something that your inner voice is calling you to do, then only you can decide if you're ready, or willing, to accept and transmute what you see.

Ask yourself this question - 'can I handle the truth?' even if it's not peaches and cream. If you feel your consciousness is leading you, then indeed, you may be ready!
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It is important to forgive yourself.
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Indeed!! It was thru that very act of forgiving myself that I was able to forgive all the rest. Mine was a 'hard' regression, but, one of the most freeing experiences of my life :)
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Thanks for all the responses!! I found a hypnotherapist that does PLR an hour away from me and have emailed her to find out how much it is. And I'm also researching hypnotherapy training, but I'm not doing anything with that until I have a PLR.

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YAY! Just made an appointment! I have to have a "basic" hypnotherapy first before my past life regression, so I'm doing that in two weeks. YAY!
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I have thought about this myself, but first I plan on attending a few ayahuasca ceremonies...I think it will help 'open' me...so to speak
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Thanks for all the responses!! I found a hypnotherapist that does PLR an hour away from me and have emailed her to find out how much it is. And I'm also researching hypnotherapy training, but I'm not doing anything with that until I have a PLR.
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what's the cost? if you don't mind...that is
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Thanks for all the responses!! I found a hypnotherapist that does PLR an hour away from me and have emailed her to find out how much it is. And I'm also researching hypnotherapy training, but I'm not doing anything with that until I have a PLR.
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what's the cost? if you don't mind...that is
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The initial hypnotherapy session is $60 for 45 minutes and then the PLR, which is a few hours, is $100.
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I did once... was NOT prepared for what I learned - but, what I did learn has helped me prepare.

You may have an 'easy' (to deal with) regression and see yourself in a field of flowers or wheat, with children.... or, you may have a 'hard' (to deal with) regression and see yourself on a battle field, killing.

If this is something that your inner voice is calling you to do, then only you can decide if you're ready, or willing, to accept and transmute what you see.

Ask yourself this question - 'can I handle the truth?' even if it's not peaches and cream. If you feel your consciousness is leading you, then indeed, you may be ready!
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Well said. For me, it was the ways in which I died that I discovered first, which was pretty scary. The therapist actually had to bring me out of one life because it was getting too intense. Then came the pleasant memories, one by one making up for the bad. But years later I discovered that I had done some really terrible things in one of my past lives. It took me a long time to forgive myself. So yes, that's definitely something you have to be prepared for, and you have to remember that whatever you may have done in previous lives, with the exception of karma, may have nothing to do with your personality in this life.

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YAY! Just made an appointment! I have to have a "basic" hypnotherapy first before my past life regression, so I'm doing that in two weeks. YAY!
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Great! Good luck cheer
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OP if you interested in this subject you should check out the book Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr. Brian Weiss... That is if you haven't already read it.

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To know one's past lives would be fascinating and would surely change your whole perception on reality and self. To experience in such a strong way how temporary the person you identify as really is, that "you" have been totally different people/life forms and that who you are isn't static, it's gotta be a real blow to the ego.
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Well, I will tell you one thing: it is not "fascinating" to know your previous lives.

It is a reality that there is no way of escaping, first of all.

But the important thing is not the specific memories of what you experienced in those previous lives; but that there is such a thing as previous lives in the first place and that you will live again.

If more people only knew the reality of previous lives there would not be so much violence and evil in the world; with the knowledge that there is no escape from the consequences of any acts of evil that you have committed in your lives.

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To know one's past lives would be fascinating and would surely change your whole perception on reality and self. To experience in such a strong way how temporary the person you identify as really is, that "you" have been totally different people/life forms and that who you are isn't static, it's gotta be a real blow to the ego.
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Well, I will tell you one thing: it is not "fascinating" to know your previous lives.

It is a reality that there is no way of escaping, first of all.

But the important thing is not the specific memories of what you experienced in those previous lives; but that there is such a thing as previous lives in the first place and that you will live again.

If more people only knew the reality of previous lives there would not be so much violence and evil in the world; with the knowledge that there is no escape from the consequences of any acts of evil that you have committed in your lives.

Michael
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Agreed hf
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OP if you interested in this subject you should check out the book Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr. Brian Weiss... That is if you haven't already read it.
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Thanks, but I already own it and have read it. LOL
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Some really good responses to the subject here! Frankly, I'm surprised to find them here on GLP. X^p

...My past lives started coming to my awareness over ten years ago, when I started trying to focus on regular meditation. ...At first, it was helpful and healing to see how my present-day blocks and frustrations about my personality were founded in these episodes from the apparent past. In a kind of semi-conscious reverie, I would kind of "press" into strong emotions I had about something, wondering where it all started, and a likely scenario from the past would come to my mind. I would then have a strong emotional reaction, that felt like I was indeed recalling some traumatic episode from the past. (The ability just becomes second-nature with repetition, as someone else said.)

Then, some more profound lifetimes came to my awareness, that indeed were a great challenge to process. Positions of power that were held, and repercussions of one's actions...well.... I believe we do eventually have to take responsibility for all that we have ever done. ...Are you ready to know?

It has been quite a journey through the murky realm of just "who" we are. ...So much to heal and learn--on and on and on it has gone, these several years.

Finally, I am feeling the ego-attachments to those lifetimes falling away, the lessons of those lifetimes being fully learned and incorporated, such that the individual personalities can fall away.


...I am fortunate to have a peace that few know, in realizing that life just goes on. That if something is not accomplished or a desire is not realized in this life, it will simply be on the list for a later time. SUCH a relief, to go through life with that awareness.

....

I tried a few times through the years, to get a "professional" regression, but I was not ready to "let go" and let someone else in on it. My ego was holding on to the personalities of the past. I had a lot of processing to do by myself, and I was apparently the only one I needed to do it.

I eventually had some success with a practitioner, in accessing the life as a boy who died quite young, that I am quite sure was just prior to my present life. But again, this was a lifetime I had already partially realized on my own.

...You might find it difficult, the first time, to let yourself go, and stop your conscious mind from analyzing and doubting and censoring the whole time. It is not as if you are in a deep, somnambulistic trance. So, I experienced it as somewhat unsatisifying, not wanting to give the replies that were coming to my awareness, as I was wondering constantly if I was "making it up." However, it was a fairly fleshed out little picture of this boy that I came up with during the session, details of which I hadn't had conscious awareness of before.

Then, about a year ago, I felt I had an even better session with a professional. ...I tapped into a lifetime as a gnome in a forest. LOL. No kidding. It was a pretty detailed account of life from his perspective. It was honestly cathartic to see that I had had at least this one peaceful lifetime (as a solitary gnome in the forest) amidst the rather traumatic human experiences I'd tapped into thus far! (The gnome had no use for the drama that humans create for themselves. lol.)

During that session I also experienced a battle scene, which was in accord with a certain important lifetime I'd already been healing for all these years. So, it was gratifying to finally have someone else, outside of my own head, kind of experience this persona that had been inside me all this time. The process of guiding the soul through the death of that lifetime also gave an added catharsis.

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OP if you interested in this subject you should check out the book Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr. Brian Weiss... That is if you haven't already read it.
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Thanks, but I already own it and have read it. LOL
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Figured, hehe.

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Both my mother and I did it years ago when we believed in all that stuff.....new age mumbo jumbo.

Guess what we saw?

NOTHING. Not a darn thing.......total blank. Nothing was there.

You know why? Because reincarnation is false. Period. Sorry, but it's the truth.
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Both my mother and I did it years ago when we believed in all that stuff.....new age mumbo jumbo.

Guess what we saw?

NOTHING. Not a darn thing.......total blank. Nothing was there.

You know why? Because reincarnation is false. Period. Sorry, but it's the truth.
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You loudly proclaim that it's 'false' yet the early members of your own religious faith subscribed to reincarnation (and the preexistence of the soul) and included it in their teachings before the Roman Catholic church & a couple Emperors made sure to remove all mention of it centuries later in order to secure their stranglehold of control over the masses.

Christianity & Reincarnation:

[link to www.near-death.com]

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[link to www.near-death.com]


Jesus would have taught reincarnation to his followers and you can see passages attributed to Jesus that speak to this notion.

It was the CHURCH that had to remove all self-empowering teachings that would jeopardize their ability to exercise complete control & domination over the masses that they ruled over. Jesus was very vocal about speaking out against the church officials because he knew how the lust for power corrupts man. Yet it has been the church who has controlled/censored/manipulated the doctrine/teachings associated with Christianity & Jesus for 2000 years. Are people so willing to trust the very 'authorities' that Jesus himself sought to warn them about?

hmm

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What if you are every life that ever existed? Not just a select few.
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Because reincarnation is false. Period. Sorry, but it's the truth.
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Not going to argue Doctrine with a person who refuses to acknowledge even so much as one element of reality. (You block me from responding to your witless, fantasy land threads because "you can't handle the Truth".)

But I will say this.

This Satanic 'truth' that you believe is precisely what is pushing this civilization into horrors beyond your worst nightmares (and out of which there will be no escape by means of any 'Rapture').

The motivation for Armageddon is the theological lies and errors of the monotheistic religious 'authorities'.

It is made possible by the 'marriage' of those demonic motivations and 'justifications' with the demonic technologies of genocide.

So, when it happens, you should be happy that you are one of the people who caused it.

Michael
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I've had it many times and I regret it. The less you know the happier you are.
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What did you learn?
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Both my mother and I did it years ago when we believed in all that stuff.....new age mumbo jumbo.

Guess what we saw?

NOTHING. Not a darn thing.......total blank. Nothing was there.
 Quoting: Lisa*Lisa


Well, as I see it, the depth of your blindness and stupidity may very well indicate that this is your first life; that you have never lived before this life.

After all, it must happen every once in awhile.

Michael

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