Past life regression is a technique that uses hypnosis to recover what practitioners believe are memories of past lives or incarnations.
Past Life Regression Therapy is a hypnotherapy regression technique that allows you to explore one or more of your soul’s incarnations. It is a gentle and illuminating experience that can uncover root causes of current issues in your life, thereby leading to wonderful insight and deep healing.
The benefits are:
Resolving issues that are too difficult to confront and shift through the conscious left brain mind only.
Give higher guidance for ones life journey and purpose.
Heal the body and emotional conditions.
Resolve traumatic experiences from this life and other lives through being shown the lessons and learning.
Provide a safe loving context for communication with loved ones who have passed.
During your 2 hour Past Life Regression Session you will receive a 30 minute consultation, digital MP3 recording of your confidential session and a 15 minute follow up call 7 days after your session.
Most people experience as subtle shift in their everyday awareness, emotional release, mental clarity, a lightness within their whole body, clarity of purpose, more vitality, creative insights and more energy in their physical body.
PAST LIFE REGRESSION F&Q
Q: IS PAST LIFE REGRESSION THE SAME AS A PSYCHIC READING?
No. A past life regression is much different than a psychic reading. I do not sit with you and tell you about your past lives, either over the phone or in person.
Instead, we meet in my office and I guide you to remember your own past life memories. I assist you in processing the memories and relating them to your present life. For you it is an active, not a passive, process. You participate fully in the regression as I guide you through it.
The goal is for you to gain direct experience of yourself as a soul journeying and growing through time towards healing.
Q: HOW LONG IS A SESSION
A session is approximately 2 1/2 hours. To start we engage in an interview, which has the feel of a traditional counseling session. We discuss why you want to do a regression and what you would like to accomplish. I ask many questions about your present life including your family history, events in early childhood (if you remember), your physical health, etc., as a means of focusing on particular patterns that may be a reflection of your past life experiences. The interview not only gives me information about you, it also primes your unconscious and begins the regression process.
We then move on to the regression. The regression is done while reclining with your eyes closed so you can direct all your attention on your inner experience. Typically, a client can experience one to three lifetimes during the session.
I leave time after the regression to to talk about the experience. If you go deeply into a regression (which I hope you will), you may feel very peaceful, or a little drained, or slightly disoriented. Hopefully you will also be full of amazement at what you just experienced. I make sure you have time to get reoriented and grounded before you drive away in your car.
Q: CAN EVERYONE BE REGRESSED
Regression therapy is not for everyone. That's why I spend time on the phone with you before we book an appointment. I ask questions about your personal history to get a feeling for the issues you might want to address in the session, to make sure this type of therapy is appropriate for you. But there's no way I can know for sure if you will be able to access a past life memory until we try it. Still, the odds are good. It has a lot to do with your soul's readiness, our rapport, your openness and willingness to change, as well as forces unknown or unforeseen on that particular day. Every session is different.
Q: HOW MANY SESSIONS DO YOU SUGGEST
Some clients find that one session gives them a tremendous jolt of insight that takes time to process. Remember, this is not talk therapy. It goes far deeper. It is not necessary to do past life regressions every week as you would with traditional psychotherapy. However, some clients find that returning for follow-up sessions help them continue the journey and heal. I may suggest you consider doing more sessions, depending on what your experience is. But it's always your choice, and you may find that one session is enough.