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Why return to somewhere you might have been?


In the past 90-days, I have seen an increased interest in past life regression. That interest got my curiosity, and I watched some YouTube accounts of children who could recount who they were and what they did in a past life. Some were suspect, but an unusual number seemed to be corroborated by investigations that confirmed or at least tended to confirm the children’s accounts of what had happened to them in a previous life. When I think back to people and animals that have passed on, I know from personal experience. Those experiences occurred around the time of loss or shortly after. I have experienced auditory messages and physical touch from the recently deceased. Hallucinations? I don’t think so. Instead, I have experienced both auditors and kinesthetic manifestations that were, as far as I can determine, objective and informative.

I am not a woo-woo person and am somewhat skeptical of things I cannot explain or replicate, but there seems to be a growing number of accounts of past lives. I wonder, how many of today’s life problems are anchored in unfinished business during a previous life? Over the years, I have had clients/patients who could resolve ongoing present-life issues by experiencing PLR in hypnosis. They attribute the current life resolutions to returning to another time and place.

If that is true, it seems irrelevant whether they experienced it in a previous life. From my point of view, it is sufficient that the result is freedom from ongoing anxiety, fears, phobias, and disrupted relationships with family and friends. However, let’s go back to the beginning of this post. Remember when I said, “an unusual number seemed to be corroborated by investigations that confirmed or at least tended to confirm the children’s accounts of what had happened to them in a previous life”? That new information has been a positive for me because I can better understand and relate to what my clients/patients experience in a PLR hypnosis session.   

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