Do you need clarity and insight about certain people or specific challenges in your life?
Is your intuition guiding you to explore how your life is affected by other lives that your soul has lived?
Would you like to tap into your own inner wisdom to uncover the next step in your soul’s journey or evolution?
Past life regression offers a deep journey inside to a wise aspect of yourself that most people aren’t aware that they possess. The result of this inner journey is always beneficial. People obtain clarity, insight and often healing on the issues that are the most important for them.
At times, you may not even know what your most important issues are, however, your subconscious and unconscious mind always does, so people tend to get exactly what will benefit them most mentally and emotionally, even if they simply want to do a session out of curiosity.
One tends to come away from the session with deep feelings of peace and well-being, as well as an expanded and enlightened view of oneself. This is a result of perceiving your life from a much higher state of consciousness, the experience of which is difficult to describe, but the feeling is as though you have touched upon something very deep, profound, relevant and true within yourself.
I’ve guided over 3,000 past life regressions, and thus have written many articles based on my experience. Here are a few of them: What Past Life Regression Really Is describes how past life regression works, and what it is about. Using Past Life Therapy to ‘De-Hypnotize’ Yourself also discusses how the past life regression experience works, and gives a typical example of how beneficial it can be. Past Life Regression’s Greatest Attribute talks about the subtle yet powerful by-products that can occur from doing a past life regression.
If you’re interested in reading an insightful description of past life regression from a client who shared her narrative, please read An Eloquent Description of Past Life Regression. She describes what a person commonly experiences and gains in a session, although experiences may vary widely. This is no easy task since words are often inadequate to describe one’s experience in a session.
If you’re interested in scheduling a session, please be sure to read about Session Preparation.