In searching for answers in my own life, I decided to experience a past life regression to help me gain a deeper understanding of self and my life purpose. While the life I regressed to was a difficult one, I felt safe to explore the meaning behind that short, difficult life. After that life, I slipped into a beautiful and loving light, where the message of forgiveness, and unconditional love was transformational. As I moved through the regression, I gained insight into the patterns of my current behaviors and a complete releasing of that old energy. There were many beautiful moments and realizations.
During a past life regression, the re-living and re-experiencing of that life can provide you with the opportunity for a deeper understanding of this life's purpose. That awareness can help you to live this life to the fullest, to remember who you really are, and in remembering who you are, to release patterns of negative, limiting behaviors and symptoms that may be repeating throughout lifetimes. Through past life regression you can realize your connectedness and your participation in this creative process we call life.
Some people are able to recall the between-life state: the time between leaving one life before entering another. This is an extremely beautiful experience filled with peace and love. Often this brings about profound changes in the client's awareness in this lifetime -- bringing a lasting sense of peace and understanding. Clients have reported meeting family, friends, pets, and "guides," and are often able to ask questions and receive messages of encouragement.
On rare occasions, clients do not bring up past life material. Instead, they recall a memory from early childhood that seems pertinent to the issue of concern, or we find that current life situations or anxieties intervene and need to be worked on first. What works best is to approach the experience with an open mind, allowing whatever comes up.
What People are saying...
"Hi Tina, thanks for all the info and the time very well spent. I listened to the recording again this morning...It was so very profound, and I cried a couple of times. The older man on the carriage was my father, but he was much older. I am sure that I/she waited and did not go into the light at first, but waited there across the street from the house for some reason or event to take place. I do not think she was "stuck" there, and I am quite sure the lady in purple had some role on her going to the light. I am not sure who the young man was holding my hand while she was laying in the street, but I think it was her brother.(I find it very interesting that I don't know whether to say I or her or me). Gabrielle had to be the most moving and loving event in the entire thing, and in my life. Thank you for your help and guidance!" Mike, Tucson, AZ