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Past Life Regression Therapy
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Past life regression therapy, (also known as “past life therapy,” or “regression therapy”), is based upon the premise that we are eternal beings who carry forward learning and experiences from one human lifetime to another. As eternal souls, we experience physical life on Earth in a series of human bodies/personalities. On a soul level, we choose each life as a means of learning the lessons we have set out for ourselves.

Of course, some people believe we only live one human lifetime. In this case, the stories elicited by this therapeutic approach serve as marvelous symbolic metaphors for the issues and situations being faced in the present time. Whether uncovering “real” past lives or not, the approach has helped many people resolve issues and get past stuck points that were resistant to other approaches. In addition, it’s a fascinating way to experience other aspects of your self and personality.

Theory
There has been many possible explanations put forward as to what past life experiences may be, and you are free to choose whichever theory feels comfortable with your beliefs:-

REINCARNATION: The belief that we return to this world many times in order to experience and evolve. I personally believe that this is the only concept that can explain all the experiences that I have dealt with during many hours of regression therapy;

GENETIC MEMORY: A theory suggesting that our memories are passed on from one generation to another through the cell structure or DNA. This cant explain why most people regress back to many different cultural backgrounds;

FANTASY: Are we just making it all up? I do get asked this occasionally. There are many cases that can be documented through historical research, which can prove the accuracy of the information, far beyond the chances of random imagination; and

SOUL MEMORY:
The idea that people can access the memory of another soul, through the akashic records - the spiritual record of everything that has ever happened. This can be quite acceptable to some, but it does not account for the continuity of character traits which seem to pass from on life to another.


Reasons for Past Life Regression Therapy
People come for Past Life Regression for many different reasons. The main ones are:-

THERAPY - Our character today represents a culmination of all the experiences we have had over numerous lifetimes. These past life events affect many aspects of our behavior, and in some cases, past deeply emotional traumas can cause psychological problems which cannot be cured with ordinary psychotherapy. Past life therapy can release these repressed thoughts and bring about a beneficial change;

UNDERSTANDING - Exploring your past lives offers a whole new dimension to the understanding of your own character. You suddenly realize for the first time why you are drawn to certain places or have a particular interest in something;

INTEREST
- Many enjoy the experience of tracing their past lives purely from the point of curiosity. Certain past existences in particular can be pieced together with great detail, producing names, dates and places. Many of these details have been researched and authenticated, resulting in some fascinating literature on the subject; and

RELATIONSHIPS -
Quite often, groups of interacting souls reincarnate together and take on the roles of relations, friends or even rivals. Many believe this happens to balance the laws of karma - the harmony or disharmony caused by people’s behavior towards each other. Have you ever met someone for the first time, yet feel you have known them all your life?

Past life regression therapy goes hand in hand with theories of reincarnation. This is a concept that has evoked a variety of reactions in the western world, from ridicule to condemnation – essentially fear-based reactions to something unfamiliar and misunderstood. Interestingly enough, although the public perception of reincarnation may still evoke jokes about Shirley McLaine hanging "Out on a Limb," millions have read her and other books on this subject. The public image doesn’t accurately reflect what people believe in private -- a recent Gallup poll showed that 27% of adult Americans admitted anonymously that they believed in reincarnation.
 

There really is nothing to fear from the concept of reincarnation. Today over half the world’s population espouses this belief -- for good reason. There is a great sense of serenity that comes from knowing that the deepest parts of ourselves will always exist, that we are much more that just our current physical bodies, and that we have many opportunities to master human existence and learn the lessons we are here to learn. For many people, the idea just makes sense.

Along with reincarnation, the topic of "karma" usually also comes up. Borrowed from Hinduism, the typical Westerner interprets karma as "predestination" -- everything is set before our birth, we have no real choice in how our lives unfold. In reality, karma is the good old concept of "what goes around comes around." It refers to the continuity of soul experience, the fact that we will reap the consequences of both prior good works and prior unloving deeds.


For example:-
If a lifetime has been spent with very negative, racist attitudes and actions, then we may have the opportunity to experience this from the other side of the fence in a subsequent life, as the member of a group who is discriminated against or even persecuted.

An individual, who commits suicide to escape from perceived difficulties, will undoubtedly have the opportunity to meet similar problems and situations more creatively in another lifetime.

Although karma may contribute to the types of situations we may face, we have free will in each and every moment to choose our response – either through love and connection, or through negativity and fear. If we choose the latter, we will have opportunities to learn the lesson again.

Nevertheless, you do not have to believe in reincarnation or karmic justice for past life therapy to work for you! As long as you can hold an open mind to the experience, your belief system does not prevent you from being a good subject for this technique. Approach the material that comes up as a wonderfully powerful story or metaphor for whatever issues we’re exploring in your life. It is up to you to decide whether you wish to regard this material as a "real" past life, or something else. It does not matter as far as the effectiveness of the technique can resolve your problems at hand and brings beneficial outcomes to you as a whole!


What if I don’t experience anything?
Most people wonder if a regression will really work for them. It is only on rare occasions that clients do not bring up past life material. Instead, a memory from early childhood that seems pertinent to the issue of concern comes up, or we find that current life situations or anxieties intervene and need to be worked on first. What works best is to approach the experience with an open mind, not expecting anything in particular. (For example, if you approach a regression just knowing you’re going to discover a lifetime when you were a fighter pilot, this might get in the way of what really comes up.)

Many people expect that they’re going to see their past life vividly, in great detail. This isn’t always the case, especially when experiencing your first regression. Although some clients find they "see" things in their mind’s eye quite clearly, others may find the impressions somewhat vague, only portions coming in clearly. Information comes through in a number of ways -- physical sensations (like feeling hot or cold), hearing what people are saying around you, just knowing something intuitively all of a sudden. The best approach is to focus on the images and feelings you experience, don’t worry about whether it makes sense or is "real" or not, and trust whatever comes up at the time.

Typically, people who have a regular meditation or relaxation practice (like self hypnosis) move most quickly into a past life regression experience. This shows that this is a skill that can be learned. The more you practice, the more detailed your experiences will be and the more easily memories will be recovered. However, there are also people who have never done any relaxation practice that recover detailed information quickly and easily. The only way to know how it works for you is to give it a try. It is helpful if you have a specific question or issue you would like to explore, but it can also be left open to your inner guidance to bring up a memory that has pertinence for your current life.

An account of a Past Life Regression Therapy (PLRT) session

Cristina came all the way from Macau recently to have a PLRT session conducted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Read about her experience by logging into the following links:-

http://cr2.travellerspoint.com/19/

http://ristinw.livejournal.com/4071.html


 
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