What Is the Purpose of past Life Regression Therapy?
The purpose of past life regression therapy is to retrieve memories and belief systems from previous incarnations that are still negatively influencing a person’s life. These old belief systems can create disharmony; physically, mentally or emotionally. Once the past life memory is an awareness, deep understanding and insights arise as to how the events of the past are deeply impacting the present. For example, during a session a person may re-experience having starved to death in a past life. They then relate this memory to a current behavior pattern in their present life: a compulsive eating disorder. Often once the connection between the past life and the current behavior is made, the pattern is broken. However, if the pattern still exists, the therapist can apply energetic and therapeutic techniques to release the frozen energy and help free the person from the limiting pattern.
How is Past Life Regression Therapy Done?
In a comfortable sitting or lying position, the person is first asked to set an intention about what they want the heal or change. They are then verbally led through a progressive relaxation exercise until they reach a deep state of hypnosis. The therapist proceeds to lead them on a guided meditation to an inner sanctuary, where they feel safe and comfortable, and from here, they’re guided to journey back to the time when their problem first began. The therapist facilitates the process by asking questions to help them figure out what occurred in the past, and how it is presently influencing their life.
Once the connection is established, the person is guided to the end of the lifetime and is instructed to float above their body. In this in-between life state, the person has a broad perspective on the incarnation and they are able to understand the life lesson they learned from that lifetime. The person is then slowly lead back to the present lifetime and given positive suggestions to feel really good, better than before.