Past Life Regression

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All sessions are conducted by a certified Past Life Therapist (MPLTA, UK) through SKYPE which make Past Life Regressions convenient and affordable to both the curious and those who may suffer physical ailments from a past life that affects them in their present life (for example, headaches, pain, anxiety, insomnia or some other disorder). 

Experiencing a past life regression is harmless. However, in order to get the most out of your past life regression, it is best to have a trained therapist who can take you on a journey to:

  • release repressed thoughts that can bring a beneficial change in your life
  • help you discover your own character
  • identify those around you who you have shared a past life or past lives with

If you have read any of my books (Spiritual Offerings, Volumes I & II, Ethereal Presence, Volumes I & II), you know I fully support the idea that we live many lives. I have been regressed several times and the results were startling and enlightening.

It’s exciting to think our soul lives again and again in many different forms, localities, talents, and experiences. Voltaire believed that “It is not more surprising to be born twice than once; everything is nature is resurrection.”

How does modern-day science weigh-in on this idea? 

Modern science has discovered that energy can neither be destroyed nor created; we of the human race are energy and thus, it seems plausible that we do not die but change our state of energy which then lives on forever.

There are a number of informative books promoting the idea that we pass and then experience rebirth in another form. For example, Wambach: Reliving Past Lives (1978), Newton: Journey of Souls (1994), and Tucker: Return to Life (2013).

Dr. Helen Wambach, an expert in past life regression, hypnotized over 2,000 patients and she documented “an incontrovertible body of evidence proving the existence of past lives.”

Master Hypnotherapist, Dr. Michael Newton, regressed many of his patients and discovered that “it is possible to ‘see’ into the spirit world through the mind’s eye of subjects…and that clients…were able to tell him what their soul was doing between lives on Earth.”

No doubt, these findings may shake your beliefs to the core; however, the consistency of what the patients in Wambach’s and Newton’s studies report makes me wonder if our preconceptions are true or false.

The basis for Eastern philosophies is that we live multiple lives 

It is not only science that makes the case of reincarnation; while foreign to those who practice Judeo-Christian religions, eastern religions/philosophies (Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism) basically agree upon the same idea that we are reborn many times in our journey.

For example, from Buddhists texts we find that Siddhartha Buddha speaks of rebirth in his teachings.

Furthermore, Vietnamese Buddhist, Ven. Thich Nguyen Tang, also supports the idea that this life is but a single life in the long line that we shall live “…death is not the end of life, it is merely the end of the body we inhabit in this life, but our spirit will still remain and seek out through the need of attachment, attachment to a new body and new life. Where they will be born is a result of the past and the accumulation of positive and negative action, and the resultant karma (cause and effect) is a result of one’s past actions.”

A principle tenet of Hinduism is that we live many lives, we cannot possibly overcome all of our weaknesses in a single life; hence, it is logical to see this is why we reincarnate many times and not merely die one time.

In the Bhagavad Gita (2.22), we find that “Just as a man discards worn out clothes and puts on new clothes, the soul discards worn out bodies and wears new ones.

It is not just scientists and religious or spiritual leaders from the past and present that believe our death in this physical manifestation is the end, but we are part of an endless cycle of life, death, and rebirth.

Writers, poets, and sages believe we live many lives

The influential writer from the past, Henry David Thoreau writes that “As far back as I can remember I have unconsciously referred to the experiences of a previous state of existence.”

Another of America’s most important writers from the 19th century, Walt Whitman, spoke of his idea of eternal life, “I know I am deathless…We have thus far exhausted trillions of winters and summers. There are trillions ahead, and trillions ahead of them.”

Nobel Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer, also believes in life and death and rebirth, “There is no death. How can there be death if everything is part of the Godhead? The soul never dies and the body is never really alive.”

Finally, author, educator, inventor, and Elder Statesmen, Benjamin Franklin believed that “Finding myself to exist in the world, I believe I shall, in some shape or other, always exist” ( quotes.htm).

At one time we believed that the world was flat.

Just because philosophers, novelists, politicians, singers, religious leaders, and scientists maintain that each of us face endless forms when we are reborn…does that make it the truth? Of course not, however there is a growing body of research that appears to indicate that we live countless numbers of lives is an undisputed reality and not a dream of poets, writers, and sages.

The idea that we are endless souls who reincarnate repeatedly is gaining in popularity because:

  • we have the ability to recollect past experiences which include specific locations and details
  • individuals have been able to recall their names and those of their friends and family members they shared a past life with
  • past life regression has given us a chance to revisit our former life or lives in the past and allowed many to uncover hidden memories
  • “…many people endowed with physic abilities, like Edgar Cayce, confirmed beyond doubt that reincarnation was not just a theory or imagination, but a real phenomenon that could be conclusively proved through physic means and even used to cure some physical and mental ailments” ( ation.asp)

We all face death…and we all face rebirth.

Everyone must ultimately face the universality of death…still, why fear it when we cannot escape it no matter our wealth, notoriety, or importance?

Why not explore a past life regression, it could provide your present life with greater joy and enthusiasm for today as well as a better understanding of who you are and why you are.