Past Life Regression

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Why experience a Past Life Regression?

The primary intention for revisiting past life memories is to understand, heal, and resolve issues that have been troubling you, and to learn deep lessons about your life purpose.

Ultimately, who we were or what we did in past lives is only important if the events are affecting us now, and issues can often have their roots in past life experiences. Regression therapies aim to heal disturbances from old memories that are distorting your well-being in the present, and to expand your understanding of who you are and why you are here. A problem or issue always has a spiritual purpose, and Past Life and Interlife memories give deeper insights into your souls eternal journey through time. Clients often report having an affirmative experience regardless of how much they ‘believed’ in past lives prior to the session.

In a Regression you can usually expect to find yourself in common situations and bodies and to have a deeply interesting personal experience. You can also expect to find links to issues in your current life – sometimes physical symptoms, belief structures and emotional patterns have their roots in past life events, and have been carried over into this life to be understood, integrated and healed.

Regression therapies cover both past life and current life memories, and enable conflicts from past events to be resolved. They go directly to the root of problems to transform them in a way that is safe and structured, and can heal disturbances at a deep physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level, clearing the way for a much brighter future.

Healing the past allows you to move forward in life feeling emotionally balanced, lighter, more confident, and more peaceful.

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Examples of past life problems affecting the current life can include:

  • Phobias and panic attacks
  • Emotional problems and blocked feelings
  • Self harm and addictions
  • Unexplainable physical / emotional pain
  • Reoccurring relationship problems
  • Patterns of thought and behaviour that are proving difficult to resolve.

Symptoms that can be treated by regression therapy are not limited to these issues – if you are experiencing a problem or negative emotion you can remember having for a long period of time, or are experiencing something that continues to happen no matter what you’ve tried to do to resolve it, then it’s possible these patterns existed before incarnating.

Patterns and memories are carried over to be resolved, and in some cases involve what’s commonly referred to as ‘karma’. It’s important to understand that ‘karma’ does not mean ‘punishment’ as it’s often been interpreted in western thinking. ‘Reward and punishment’ for past actions is a limited, and in many ways incorrect perspective – the original meaning of the word was simply ‘action’ and viewing karma as nothing more than ‘the cause and effect’ of our actions is a much more useful outlook.

This enables us to be objective in viewing our experiences in the past, and restores empowerment for our choices in the present.

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Life Between Lives Hypnosis (LBL) is highly recommended as the next stage in regression work, where you will be able to reach your intentions at a much higher level.

(Go to the “Life Between Lives” Page for more information)

If you are simply curious about your past lives, sessions can be held without addressing a specific problem, though it is helpful to have an intention and desired outcome before booking your session.

For advice on how to prepare for a Past Life Regression, email Tony at ynotcollins@hotmail.com for a free “7 Step Report on Successful Past Life Regression”

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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How do I know if a Past Life is real, or am I just making it up?!

One of the first questions often asked about Past Life Regression is how do we know if past lives recalled in regression sessions are real? Whether we have lived before and return to life in different bodies has long been a source of debate, particularly in a western culture that demands evidence to determine if something is real or not.

To prove beyond doubt that reincarnation is real is, at present, a difficult thing to do as there is no method or device to scientifically measure it. Some people say that Past Life Regressions are for people to satisfy a fantasy that they were once a famous person, that they’re associations with things we’ve experienced in this life, or that they’re just fanciful projections of the imagination.

Whilst ‘proving’ Past Life Regressions are real is currently difficult, there have been thousands of regressions held by therapists around the world with some very interesting and convincing results. Cases of people giving detailed descriptions of places they’ve never visited that turn out to be accurate, people speaking in languages they don’t know, and children giving incredibly detailed descriptions of things they couldn’t possibly know, are just some of the results that have occurred in regressions. I personally worked on a case where a 4 year old boy gave astonishing details of a past life (6 pages worth!) that was connected to his current family, and the information has been verified by several surviving family members, all of them non-believers in reincarnation.

So are Past Lives real? There is a substantially large, constantly growing volume of work in the western culture that is adding verification to the notion we have lived before – many regressions simply can’t be explained by rational science. Ultimately, for now it is in the hands of those who experience it to decide.

Often a regression is a long, highly detailed and vivid recollection that surprises the client at the end of the session – they usually can’t explain how they could recall that much information or where it came from, and are often surprised by the type of lives they recall. So whether a past life is ‘real’ or not largely depends on the intuitive feeling, relevance, and result that a client experiences during a session.

Experiencing a past life through regression does have a completely different intention to seeing if you were famous or satisfying a fantasy – and an entirely different result. Usually there is surprise, clarity, and peaceful resolution from the past lives recalled.

It’s also useful to remember that many cultures around the world, both past and present, hold strong beliefs that we reincarnate in the fabric of their societies, and have done so for centuries. Whilst it is not a common belief in western thinking, it has and continues to be a major belief in other corners of humanity. Who is ‘right’ is not important – experiencing a regression and deciding for yourself is currently the best form of evidence.

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Are Past Life Regressions painful, or dangerous?

This is a common question people have before undergoing a regression and a very understandable one. We know from human history that many violent and terrible chapters have taken place on the earth over the centuries, and sometimes there is concern that we may re-experience an unpleasant or traumatic moment in a past life scene.

Past Life Regressions are not necessarily traumatic or painful – often you may visit common, everyday scenes that have some relevance for what you are experiencing in your current life. Sometimes the root cause of a problem can be an emotional misunderstanding, or a simple error in perception that we’ve not learned the lesson from.

Sometimes we can also find wonderful memories and resources from past lives that are very enjoyable.

In certain situations traumatic memories from Past Lives can surface, and the content may be uncomfortable. Under these circumstances, techniques that are safe and structured are used to ensure you do not have to “relive” the experience, or undergo any unnecessary discomfort. In fact, finding and resolving these traumas can have a profoundly positive impact on your current life experience.