Reliving Past Lives – Past Life Regression

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Reliving Past Lives – Past Life Regression

Who were we inside the last lifetime? Were we a soldier, a scientist, a nurse or perhaps a king?

A hypnotic previous existence regression can provide the the answer to the plus other questionsrelating to reincarnation.

Books including “The Search for Bridey Murphy”, plus tv programs these as:

“More Lives Than One?” have produced more plus more folks inside the western globe awareof reincarnation. But, for almost all of the world`s population reincarnation plus karmaare piece of lifetime plus are accepted.

I vividly remember, years ago inside India, whenever a tiny boy connected his story of the previous existence inside a little town hundreds of miles from his house.

Every detail of his story was checked out plus found to be valid. All of the was printed inside the magazines without extra comments. It was considered being merely another proofor validation of anything which everyone knew anyway. It is a somewhat different story here,but slowly factors are changing. I ask everyone that comes to find me privately when they believe inside reincarnation, along with a amazingly amount state “Yes”.

Past lifetime regression just involves placing a individual below hypnosis plus asking those to return from their childhood to a time before they were born. In numerous situations the individual starts chatting regarding their lifetime or lives before the present life, regarding their past death plus regarding the time between lives including the planning of the present life.

The principal cause why at smallest a few of these claims need to be considered because evidence are:

• the regression frequently causes a remedy of the bodily illness

• inside certain instances the individual regressed starts to talk an unlearned foreign language

• inside certain instances the individual being regressed remembers details of astonishing precision that whenever checked out are verified by the best historians

• the psychological strength of the experience is these it convinces numerous formerly doubtful psychiatrists that are selected to dealing with fantasy plus imagined regressions

• inside several instances the alleged cause of death inside an immediate previous lifetime is reflected with a birthmark inside the present existence.

WHY DO PEOPLE SEEK HYPNOTIC REGRESSIONS?

There are numerous numbers of experiences from previous lives which could negatively affect you inside this existence.

Someone that is frightened of water can have drowned. A latest illustration is somebody whom came to me considering his left hand had usually been weak. Under hypnosis he associated how he had lost his left hand inside a sword fight. When he knew the cause why his hand had constantly been weak, it slowly gained strength.

Another interesting latest case had been a woman that suffered from frigidity. Under regression it turned out which she had been refused by her spouse inside a valuable existence considering she had been raped. Her spouse inside this life was the same spouse she had had before, plus she was repaying him by being frigid. When she became aware of the, her frigidity vanished.

Possibly the best advantage of having a regression is the evidence it offers which you are all continually changing plus evolving. This can change the attitude about existence plus provide a realization of why you are what you are, and of what you are expected to be doing here.

11 Responses to “Reliving Past Lives – Past Life Regression”

  1. sarah w wrote::

    If it is how do we get to know our past life?

    Thursday, January 16, 2014 at 1:31 pm #    
  2. Con Orpe wrote::

    I do believe in reincarnation, but out of interest, I would like to know fellow believers in reincarnations response to what happens to reincarnation when everything dies out? If the human race dies out, and all living beings, what would happen to the souls left? Would all souls automatically end the cycle of rebirth? Or would all souls be incarnated in inanimate substances, such as base elements and bits of stars e.t.c? Is there a standard answer ot this or is it just speculation?

    Friday, January 17, 2014 at 5:31 pm #    
  3. Daniel wrote::

    why and how so?

    what is the purpose of this and how does this help a person??

    even if they get them to relive a trauma, how does this help the person?

    do they feel worse or more ashamed after they come out?

    why and how so?

    thanks for your answers!

    p.s. what really is the purpose of hypnosis too?

    Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 11:53 pm #    
  4. Sahil wrote::

    does person who is usually reserved and mature begin acting and thinking ike a 10 year old again? why this is and what is purpose of age regression? how is done?
    what are “engrams” too if know? what used for?

    Sunday, February 9, 2014 at 5:21 pm #    
  5. sean wrote::

    Quoting:

    “Some of the most persuasive evidence in favor of reincarnation was offered by the late psychologist Dr. Helen Wambach. Throughout her 29-year investigation of the past-life phenomenon, Dr. Wambach amassed compelling evidence that she reported in her two books, Reliving Past Lives and Life Before Life.

    One of the methods Dr. Wambach most frequently employed was to hypnotize a group of adults and then ask them standardized questions about their past lives. After hundreds of such group sessions she would compile the data and examine it statistically to see if the responses corresponded more with historical fact, or more with what one would expect if the past-life memories that were surfacing were merely the result of unconscious fantasy.

    For example, she would ask all of the adults in her sessions where they had been in A.D. 25. She reasoned that if the responses were only fantasy, most American adults would associate such a time period with Israel or Rome. Similarly, she figured that most Americans would associate the year 1700 with pilgrims and early America, and the early 1860s with stories about the Civil War.

    To her surprise, in a statistical sampling of 1,050 regressions most of the responses she got for A.D. 25 involved past lives in Turkey, Pakistan, and around the Indus River. In the 1700s, 63% were in Mediterranean Europe and northern Europe, and in the early 1850s, although half of her subjects reported living in various areas in the United States, only three of her subjects mentioned any involvement with the Civil War!

    Geographic distribution was not the only topic Wambach asked her subjects about. Surveys have shown that given the choice, a majority of Americans would prefer to live life as a male. However, it is a biological fact that at any given point in history roughly half of the human population was male and half female. If the information she was calling forth was the result of fantasy, Wambach reasoned that her survey should show more memories of male past lives than female, but this was not the case. As she discovered, “regardless of the sex they had in their current lifetime, when regressed to the past, my subjects split neatly and evenly into 50.3% male and 49.7% female lives.

    One criticism that has been leveled against reincarnation is that too many individuals claim to remember lives as rulers and other historical personages, and Wambach investigated this facet of the past-life phenomenon as well. However, far from finding a preponderance of lives lived in fantasized splendor, she found that most of her subjects remembered humble and peasantlike previous existences. Indeed, more than 90% of the past lives her subjects recalled were lived as primitive food gatherers, nomadic hunters, or farmers, and less than 10% recalled aristocratic former lives.

    In short, the more Wambach looked, the more evidence she found that the past lives her subjects reported under hypnosis were not the product of fantasy. The circumstances of the incarnations they recalled followed too closely the ebb and flow of history. Not only did they report accurately about the footwear used, the types of foods eaten, and the population densities of the various areas in which they had lived, but Wambach found that even when she regressed groups of people from completely different cultural backgrounds, her statistical data did not vary appreciably.”

    Your past lives – Michael Talbot

    Thursday, February 13, 2014 at 7:44 am #    
  6. borabora5524 wrote::

    is the person suppose to remember past events that caused this anger to turn inward and kind of “relive” it in their mind?

    or how do they refeel and rechannel this negative , inward energy? and how painful is it?

    also, how are they controlled so they dont become a danger to others when this is happening?

    how this is said to improve their “Wiring” in their brain again etc?

    and why some think that medicines are the way to treat these conditions when really this is just suppressing these feelings more making them depressed,,is it not?

    please explain and describe

    also, is there a name attached to this process? is it hypnotherapy? catharsis? age regression involved or not necessarily?

    also, please explain

    thanks for your answers!

    Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 8:58 pm #    
  7. thexbox360player wrote::

    Quoting:

    “Some of the most persuasive evidence in favor of reincarnation was offered by the late psychologist Dr. Helen Wambach. Throughout her 29-year investigation of the past-life phenomenon, Dr. Wambach amassed compelling evidence that she reported in her two books, Reliving Past Lives and Life Before Life.

    One of the methods Dr. Wambach most frequently employed was to hypnotize a group of adults and then ask them standardized questions about their past lives. After hundreds of such group sessions she would compile the data and examine it statistically to see if the responses corresponded more with historical fact, or more with what one would expect if the past-life memories that were surfacing were merely the result of unconscious fantasy.

    For example, she would ask all of the adults in her sessions where they had been in A.D. 25. She reasoned that if the responses were only fantasy, most American adults would associate such a time period with Israel or Rome. Similarly, she figured that most Americans would associate the year 1700 with pilgrims and early America, and the early 1860s with stories about the Civil War.

    To her surprise, in a statistical sampling of 1,050 regressions most of the responses she got for A.D. 25 involved past lives in Turkey, Pakistan, and around the Indus River. In the 1700s, 63% were in Mediterranean Europe and northern Europe, and in the early 1850s, although half of her subjects reported living in various areas in the United States, only three of her subjects mentioned any involvement with the Civil War!

    Geographic distribution was not the only topic Wambach asked her subjects about. Surveys have shown that given the choice, a majority of Americans would prefer to live life as a male. However, it is a biological fact that at any given point in history roughly half of the human population was male and half female. If the information she was calling forth was the result of fantasy, Wambach reasoned that her survey should show more memories of male past lives than female, but this was not the case. As she discovered, “regardless of the sex they had in their current lifetime, when regressed to the past, my subjects split neatly and evenly into 50.3% male and 49.7% female lives.

    One criticism that has been leveled against reincarnation is that too many individuals claim to remember lives as rulers and other historical personages, and Wambach investigated this facet of the past-life phenomenon as well. However, far from finding a preponderance of lives lived in fantasized splendor, she found that most of her subjects remembered humble and peasantlike previous existences. Indeed, more than 90% of the past lives her subjects recalled were lived as primitive food gatherers, nomadic hunters, or farmers, and less than 10% recalled aristocratic former lives.

    In short, the more Wambach looked, the more evidence she found that the past lives her subjects reported under hypnosis were not the product of fantasy. The circumstances of the incarnations they recalled followed too closely the ebb and flow of history. Not only did they report accurately about the footwear used, the types of foods eaten, and the population densities of the various areas in which they had lived, but Wambach found that even when she regressed groups of people from completely different cultural backgrounds, her statistical data did not vary appreciably.”

    Your past lives – Michael Talbot

    Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 3:46 am #    
  8. ouch wrote::

    I know this isn’t really the right section for this type of question, but there are more open minded people here and I’ve had more success with my questions here.

    I was just wondering if you have been hypnotized for regression purposes? (Past lives only) .. Did it work for you? Have you known someone who has had this done?
    Thanks.
    *Hypnosis, not hynosis.

    Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 4:17 pm #    
  9. Benihana wrote::

    ” In the early 1980s, I worked with a bright, young subject I called Katie. She was a self-educated young woman who didn’t graduate high school but was wise beyond her years. Although she was raised as a Christian in a strict religious household and was aware of the teachings of Jesus, she had no formal education that would give her any real knowledge of the ancient world in which Jesus lived, died and was reborn in Spirit.

    Once Katie and I began our sessions, it was immediately evident that she had a natural ability to reach the deepest levels of hypnosis. She relived many lifetimes going back in time in chronological order. What happened next was astonishing and quite unexpected: Katie relived a life of an Essene teacher named Suddi who lived in the mysterious enclave called Qumran, high atop a bluff in the West Bank overlooking the Dead Sea. It was near here that the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered nearly 70 years ago. And it was in Qumran where holy men of the Essene way of life prophesized, waited and prepared for Jesus, the Messiah.

    Through my sessions with Katie I conversed with Suddi at many different times: before the birth of the Messiah, during Jesus’ youth, when he received the ancient Essene teachings along with John the Baptist, as well as his travels and search for knowledge.

    With his uncle Joseph of Arimathaea, and sometimes his mother Mary, Jesus traveled the known world and sought council with the wise men of India, Egypt and ancient Britain before returning home to Judea, a meeting place of east and west, to perform a myriad of miracles and teach the people with his ministries before his death and ultimate rebirth.

    According to Suddi, from a very young age Jesus radiated a calm wisdom and empathy. He readily absorbed the knowledge taught to him by his Essene masters. To my surprise, Suddi quickly dispelled one of the main doctrines of Christianity.

    When I asked Suddi if there was anything unusual about the birth of Jesus, he replied: “Just that he was born in a cave and there was a star gathered overheard. This was the only unusual occurrence of his birth.” When I specifically asked Suddi if Jesus’ mother was a virgin, he answered, “This is not true. His mother was a woman like others, just like his father, he was a man.” I reiterated the story we have been told for centuries: the mother of Jesus was a virgin and his father was God. Suddi’s answer was profound, “We are all children of God. Jesus was more open than others, and it was time for the knowledge to be brought forth.”

    One departure from Christian doctrine I discovered that I think is important is the concept of personal responsibility. During my regressions with Katie, who relived her past life as Suddi during multiple sessions, I asked Suddi about the role of Jesus as the Savior. The answer I got was more than I bargained for: “How can he die for someone else’s sins? You must all pay for your own. If not this time around, then perhaps the next, or even the next after that. But ultimately, you must endure what you have made others endure because of you,” Suddi lectured.

    Because this is such a core belief of Christianity, I had to ask Suddi again to clarify. He responded, “There is a law of Grace that exists. But it is not because he paid for your sins, but because you would accept him as being worthy and perhaps a messenger of God. The law of grace deals with God’s love for you, not because he died for your sins.”

    Suddi continued, “Jesus showed that it could be done. Therefore, he is to be marveled at, but not to be worshiped. Not to be deified, because we are all part of God. Some of us are more aware than others. I would say Jesus is one of these people. To deify him in his own right, separately from others, this is wrong.” Because Jesus attained enlightenment on Earth, he did not need to reincarnate here again. Unlike so many of us who are still learning lessons in life after life and working toward that goal, Jesus became a master.

    Suddi provided a physical description of Jesus that doesn’t quite match tradition. Jesus was slightly taller than the average man of the time, very slender, and of a “fine mold.” His hair was a light reddish-blond, and he had a short beard. He had piercing grey eyes. After returning from his travels around the known world at the time, Jesus combined the lessons he learned as a youth from his Essene teachers with the knowledge he acquired from many masters in the exotic lands he visited: India, Phoenicia, Egypt and Britain. Suddi revealed Jesus did indeed perform many miracles, explaining that Jesus would go deep into mediation with a person who needed to be healed, and while in a meditative state, he would transfer some of his energy to the other person. ”

    http://www.blog.dolorescannon.com/jesus-essenes-messiah/
    Jesus and the Essenes – Dolores Cannon

    Dolores Cannon is a past-life regressionist and hypnotherapist.

    Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 8:57 pm #    
  10. blarg blarg wrote::

    I have always felt neglected by my bf the way she described with Hitler in her diary and her choice of words seems very similar to things I would write. I am always waiting around for my bf to call me or give me attention and I am very depressed when he doesn’t. My bf always has something more important to deal with than me and makes promises that he never fulfills. I think my bf is Hitler reincarnated and I am Eva Braun reincarnated. It is random the way we met but we clicked just like that. I had been dreaming I would meet a man that looked and acted just like my bf that would be my soulmate and I did. I told my bf this and he agreed that it is true. Please don’t call me I’m crazy because other people don’t and its not just a coincidence that both my bf and I think that we were Eva and Hitler reincarnated.
    I am not new age.

    Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 6:21 pm #    
  11. ttocs wrote::

    and does this usually involve “Age regression”? or is this not always necessary?

    and , in the case of a “hypnotherapist”..,how the person really becomes and why? and how do they get the subject to become “Age regressed” usually and do they always let them KNOW that they are being “Age regressed”? how so and why?

    how the person is while remembering past memories?

    AND WHY IS THIS NECESSARY? OR HOW IT HELPS THEM TO “RELIVE” NEGATIVE MEMORIES? WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES? AND HOW THE PERSON BECOMES WHEN REMEMBERING WHICH KINDS OF MEMORIES?

    HOW OLD IS THIS TECHNIQUE TOO BTW?

    please explain what you can

    thanks for your answers!

    Friday, May 9, 2014 at 4:17 pm #