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Past-life regression?

 
AwakeDreamer

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Have had it done and regressed other people too. Had Great experiences, sometimes very intense.

You don't need actual hypnosis, just a guided meditation to get into a deeply relaxed (but still fully conscious) state.
Important to find a gentle soul who knows what they're doing to help you navigate thru sensitive emotional territory.

It's wonderful for when you have an issue that really bothers you - such as my complex and maddeningly difficult relationship with my mother. You can ask your deep self about the cause and it will select a life or lives that will give some answers.

Be prepared for anything - you never know where you will land!

Might be a good idea to record or have someone take notes; but you do remember a lot, it makes an impression.

Don't drive right after - there is some residual disorientation that wears off in about an hour. Hopefully you can take a nap, or have a friend or relative drive.

A book I read a long time ago - You Were Born Again to Be Together (sorry can't remember author) was very helpful. Good luck! And thanks for this topic.

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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.
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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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I second that notion.
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Don't drive right after - there is some residual disorientation that wears off in about an hour. Hopefully you can take a nap, or have a friend or relative drive.

 Quoting: AwakeDreamer


True! Very good advice applause
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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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Thanks!

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.
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


Thanks, but I already own it and have read it. LOL
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Figured, hehe.
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mustn't forget Dr. Michael Newtons work!
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For those interested in the subject, another very good book is Roger Woolger's, Other Lives, Other Selves: A Jungian Psychotherapist Discovers Past Lives (1988)

[link to www.amazon.com]

Woolger was a pioneer in using apparent past lives as a catalyst for deep mental and emotional healing, and has trained many other therapists in his techniques.

This book to me was less airy and romantic than Brian Weiss's work, and went deeper and more convincingly into using apparent past lives to truly solve deep psychological issues. He has a much more masterful view of the soul, I'd say. Several case studies are offered.

He has since written another book: Healing Your Past Lives: Exploring the Many Lives of the Soul.
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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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Right on! Reincarnation IS TRUE. Sorry.
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The past life session that I did with the hypnotherapist lasted 4.5 hours yet seemed like just an hour. It was way cool. I got to meet my spirit group, these entities that I reincarnate with over and over. That feeling of acceptance, love and such a deep friendship made it all worth the effort. I came to know the dynamics of reincarnation and the importance of the gift of life. I also went back into my past lives and experience some of the events that I lived through as other human beings. I experienced only a little of each life but entire experience left me emotionally and physically exhausted, like a very bad case of jet lag, and it took a week for me to physically recover.

My therapist recorded the entire session and we covered a lot of ground. I also did a future life which turned out to be quiet interesting. The whole reason for doing this was to get a better grasp on what I'm supposed to be doing in this life, and I got plenty of information in that department.

Although I can now recall my past lives they're about as exciting as recalling classes that I took in high school. I've graduated from those lives and I'm here now in this class learning something more advanced. I get it now. Life in 3D is nothing more than a huge amusement park, each life being a different kind of ride.
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OP: My hypnotherapist was a web systems engineer when he became interested in doing regression therapy as a hobby. I think it was reading Dr. Michael Newton's book that gave him the nudge.

He has now studied regression therapy with some of the big names in the business and now travels all over doing hypnotherapy and makes a good living. I was one of his first clients and he gives my session a lot of credit for helping him made the decision to go ahead and change professions.
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Not had a past life regression but I did attend root canal dentist who did hypnotherapy. I used to be...lets say anxious....or fucking mental, crying/jumping out of the chair...when needing to go for even a checkup. I was cured by the time the work was finished (4 sessions) and now enjoy going to the dentist. Whatever he did worked.

Learn it....when done well...it is so useful to mankind.
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The past life session that I did with the hypnotherapist lasted 4.5 hours yet seemed like just an hour. It was way cool. I got to meet my spirit group, these entities that I reincarnate with over and over. That feeling of acceptance, love and such a deep friendship made it all worth the effort. I came to know the dynamics of reincarnation and the importance of the gift of life. I also went back into my past lives and experience some of the events that I lived through as other human beings. I experienced only a little of each life but entire experience left me emotionally and physically exhausted, like a very bad case of jet lag, and it took a week for me to physically recover.

My therapist recorded the entire session and we covered a lot of ground. I also did a future life which turned out to be quiet interesting. The whole reason for doing this was to get a better grasp on what I'm supposed to be doing in this life, and I got plenty of information in that department.

Although I can now recall my past lives they're about as exciting as recalling classes that I took in high school. I've graduated from those lives and I'm here now in this class learning something more advanced. I get it now. Life in 3D is nothing more than a huge amusement park, each life being a different kind of ride.
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Very cool. So you met your soul family through the regression? Have you met any of them in real life yet? That is possible too. ;)
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Not had a past life regression but I did attend root canal dentist who did hypnotherapy. I used to be...lets say anxious....or fucking mental, crying/jumping out of the chair...when needing to go for even a checkup. I was cured by the time the work was finished (4 sessions) and now enjoy going to the dentist. Whatever he did worked.

Learn it....when done well...it is so useful to mankind.
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I need some of that. I'm terrified of dentists.
"I am alive, I'm just playing dead."
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Well, I had an appointment for my initial hypnotherapy session next week, but due to financial reasons, I'm going to have to wait. I'm still going to do it, just at a later time.
DOOM better not interrupt my Walking Dead!!
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The past life session that I did with the hypnotherapist lasted 4.5 hours yet seemed like just an hour. It was way cool. I got to meet my spirit group, these entities that I reincarnate with over and over. That feeling of acceptance, love and such a deep friendship made it all worth the effort. I came to know the dynamics of reincarnation and the importance of the gift of life. I also went back into my past lives and experience some of the events that I lived through as other human beings. I experienced only a little of each life but entire experience left me emotionally and physically exhausted, like a very bad case of jet lag, and it took a week for me to physically recover.

My therapist recorded the entire session and we covered a lot of ground. I also did a future life which turned out to be quiet interesting. The whole reason for doing this was to get a better grasp on what I'm supposed to be doing in this life, and I got plenty of information in that department.

Although I can now recall my past lives they're about as exciting as recalling classes that I took in high school. I've graduated from those lives and I'm here now in this class learning something more advanced. I get it now. Life in 3D is nothing more than a huge amusement park, each life being a different kind of ride.
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Very cool. So you met your soul family through the regression? Have you met any of them in real life yet? That is possible too. ;)
 Quoting: Lady Bathory

The most interesting thing that I learned is that we are multidimensional beings. When I met my spirit family I noticed that some were not as luminous as others and I realized in that moment that we do not get our entire soul when we return, and that to receive our complete soul would overwhelm the human body leaving it useless. As humans, in times of dire stress we can received more of our soul. An infusion that some call a God shot, a spiritual awakening, and I'm sure there are other names for the ability as humans to have a psychic change, and recover.

So the answer is "yes", we are literally in two places at one time. We are here, but we are there, but then here is there... :=]
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The past life session that I did with the hypnotherapist lasted 4.5 hours yet seemed like just an hour. It was way cool. I got to meet my spirit group, these entities that I reincarnate with over and over. That feeling of acceptance, love and such a deep friendship made it all worth the effort. I came to know the dynamics of reincarnation and the importance of the gift of life. I also went back into my past lives and experience some of the events that I lived through as other human beings. I experienced only a little of each life but entire experience left me emotionally and physically exhausted, like a very bad case of jet lag, and it took a week for me to physically recover.

My therapist recorded the entire session and we covered a lot of ground. I also did a future life which turned out to be quiet interesting. The whole reason for doing this was to get a better grasp on what I'm supposed to be doing in this life, and I got plenty of information in that department.

Although I can now recall my past lives they're about as exciting as recalling classes that I took in high school. I've graduated from those lives and I'm here now in this class learning something more advanced. I get it now. Life in 3D is nothing more than a huge amusement park, each life being a different kind of ride.
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Very cool. So you met your soul family through the regression? Have you met any of them in real life yet? That is possible too. ;)
 Quoting: Lady Bathory


Right on! We're all co-creators in this reality and giving our power over to others, or allowing religious leaders to preach fear and hate brings so much negative energy into the melange that it overwhelms people of weaker spiritual substance. Try to see through the lies, look everywhere for the truth and it shall reveal it to you again and again. For me, it required the exploration of past lives. For many of you it may meditation or some other part.
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The past life session that I did with the hypnotherapist lasted 4.5 hours yet seemed like just an hour. It was way cool. I got to meet my spirit group, these entities that I reincarnate with over and over. That feeling of acceptance, love and such a deep friendship made it all worth the effort. I came to know the dynamics of reincarnation and the importance of the gift of life. I also went back into my past lives and experience some of the events that I lived through as other human beings. I experienced only a little of each life but entire experience left me emotionally and physically exhausted, like a very bad case of jet lag, and it took a week for me to physically recover.

My therapist recorded the entire session and we covered a lot of ground. I also did a future life which turned out to be quiet interesting. The whole reason for doing this was to get a better grasp on what I'm supposed to be doing in this life, and I got plenty of information in that department.

Although I can now recall my past lives they're about as exciting as recalling classes that I took in high school. I've graduated from those lives and I'm here now in this class learning something more advanced. I get it now. Life in 3D is nothing more than a huge amusement park, each life being a different kind of ride.
 Quoting: Life is an amusement park 29747886


Very cool. So you met your soul family through the regression? Have you met any of them in real life yet? That is possible too. ;)
 Quoting: Lady Bathory


Right on! We're all co-creators in this reality and giving our power over to others, or allowing religious leaders to preach fear and hate brings so much negative energy into the melange that it overwhelms people of weaker spiritual substance. Try to see through the lies, look everywhere for the truth and it shall reveal it to you again and again. For me, it required the exploration of past lives. For many of you it may meditation or some other part.
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The past life session that I did with the hypnotherapist lasted 4.5 hours yet seemed like just an hour. It was way cool. I got to meet my spirit group, these entities that I reincarnate with over and over. That feeling of acceptance, love and such a deep friendship made it all worth the effort. I came to know the dynamics of reincarnation and the importance of the gift of life. I also went back into my past lives and experience some of the events that I lived through as other human beings. I experienced only a little of each life but entire experience left me emotionally and physically exhausted, like a very bad case of jet lag, and it took a week for me to physically recover.

My therapist recorded the entire session and we covered a lot of ground. I also did a future life which turned out to be quiet interesting. The whole reason for doing this was to get a better grasp on what I'm supposed to be doing in this life, and I got plenty of information in that department.

Although I can now recall my past lives they're about as exciting as recalling classes that I took in high school. I've graduated from those lives and I'm here now in this class learning something more advanced. I get it now. Life in 3D is nothing more than a huge amusement park, each life being a different kind of ride.
 Quoting: Life is an amusement park 29747886


Very cool. So you met your soul family through the regression? Have you met any of them in real life yet? That is possible too. ;)
 Quoting: Lady Bathory


Right on! We're all co-creators in this reality and giving our power over to others, or allowing religious leaders to preach fear and hate brings so much negative energy into the melange that it overwhelms people of weaker spiritual substance. Try to see through the lies, look everywhere for the truth and it shall reveal it to you again and again. For me, it required the exploration of past lives. For many of you it may meditation or some other part.
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Agreed hf
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Through practice, you can do this, but don't expect to find grandeur. I found that I died uselessly in a war as a young man. Another I was saddened at finding I killed villagers with a sword, seemed like being similar to a roman soldier. Another which was calm, I saw myself as an old woman and i am a man. She was black and old, calmly going into the jungle to die, it was her time.
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Through practice, you can do this, but don't expect to find grandeur. I found that I died uselessly in a war as a young man. Another I was saddened at finding I killed villagers with a sword, seemed like being similar to a roman soldier. Another which was calm, I saw myself as an old woman and i am a man. She was black and old, calmly going into the jungle to die, it was her time.
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I agree. And I think we tend to find out the bad stuff first, because that's the stuff we probably need healing from. The most necessary stuff to remember.
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The experiences of the past lives build upon themselves giving one intuition, independent thought, a sense of purpose, 6th sense abilities, and the ability to know untruths when one here's them. I can still be somewhat gullible, so I guess that I have some lives to experience.
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The experiences of the past lives build upon themselves giving one intuition, independent thought, a sense of purpose, 6th sense abilities, and the ability to know untruths when one here's them. I can still be somewhat gullible, so I guess that I have some lives to experience.
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This could be one reason some people are more "gifted" than others... Interesting... Never thought of it like that before...

Also, kudos for admitting that. You rock. headbang

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