The belief in reincarnation has existed throughout history. It is a standard aspect of all forms of metaphysics and is found in virtually all religious systems. It is part of the Kabbalah, the mystical side of Judaism, and was also a belief in early Christianity. Most religious people in the world today believe in reincarnation, although only 45% believe that one can experience a past life.
If we accept the idea of reincarnation, it follows that there would be some method to illuminate the darkness of the death-rebirth period and learn about our past lives. Many techniques have been developed to do just that. A famous occultist said that remembering past lives “develops your magical memory.” Today, the various recovery systems are known as past life regression.
But why research this at all? Aside from being an interesting curiosity, what good is it for you to learn about your past lives?
First, we must accept the possibility that our past life memory is unrelated to any actual past life. The experiences that people have can be the result of a message that the unconscious wants to send to the conscious. For some reason, the conscious refuses to listen to the inner mind, so when the inner mind has a chance, it sends a symbolic message in the form of a past life impression. Unless the past life experience is pure fantasy, it is probably caused by a message from the unconscious or from an actual past life. There are simple and easy checks and balances that a professional uses to determine whether the “memory” is that of a past life or the unconscious mind giving a symbolic message for the person to pay attention to the meaning.
In any case, whether past life is real or not, certainly past life experience is real and happens all the time. We need to ask ourselves, “What can I learn from a past life experience and how can I apply it to my life today?” Maternal knowledge of a past life is nothing more than a curiosity, unless you get something from it and put it into practice. Occultists believe that the reason for reincarnation is to learn lessons about life and consciousness, and to allow our consciousness to evolve beyond the need for incarnation.
If you believe in reincarnation, you should spend some time researching your past lives to find out what mistakes you have made in the past so that you don’t have to relearn those lessons in this life or in a future one. If you don’t believe in reincarnation, the idea that the subconscious needs to send a message to the conscious is an amazing thought, you need to pay attention and allow yourself to find out what the message is and act accordingly.
In any case, there are two important ideas to understand about past life regression:
1. The belief in reincarnation is not necessary to make past life regressions worthwhile, and the value of remembering a past life comes only when the acquired knowledge is put into practice in your present life.
2. By its very nature, a past life experience is something very personal. The important knowledge that can be gained from such an experience may be something you see, experience, or feel as you “relive” the past. To have a valuable past life experience, you need to experience it! The mere knowledge of a particular past life has NO real value except to satisfy a curiosity.
There are some people who claim to “go” into a trance and then tell people about their past lives. “You were this person and you did that,” they say. It does not matter whether or not they are right in evaluating your past life. Your inability to experience the past life, on the other hand, is important. Avoid people who tell you about their past lives; turn to those who will help you experience them yourself. At the very least, the cathartic release you can get from experiencing a past life can release something that has been holding you back and holding onto your health, success, and creativity.
Another form of psychic fraud comes from self-deception. Most people believe that their lives are not as exciting as those of movie stars, politicians, or professional athletes. So some people fantasize about an exciting and romantic past life. Just because someone thinks they have been famous in a past life does not mean they are. Also, the famous occultist Dion Fortune adds that a famous past life does not add so much glory to this life, but rather makes one wonder what happened in between to bring it to this lower state.
This is a new life! You need to learn from the past, not live in it. The only importance of whether you are Cleopatra or a servant is what you can learn from that past experience and put the knowledge to use in the present. Using experience means: letting go of hurts, beliefs, fears, expanding your skills and talents, or taking advantage of the empowerment you had in that life, but could not use in this life.
Past life regression has become increasingly recognized by professionals and the public as an important and effective treatment modality. As you explore your past lives; You will retrieve and release memories of childhood and previous lives to build healthy relationships, enhance creativity, and find greater satisfaction in life.
The following common problems are easily solved by past life regression.
o Fears and phobias
o Anxiety / panic attacks
o Child trauma and abuse
o Chronic pain
o Physical illness
o Problems of unworthiness, guilt and shame
o Insecurity and bad self-image
o obsessive thoughts
or blocked feelings
o Eating disorders
o Alcoholism and other addictions
o Fear of privacy
o Weaken anger and pain
o Fertility and pregnancy
Some people are reluctant to experience a past life due to the apprehension of being in a hypnotic state during the regression. There are no dangers to hypnosis or regression. Hypnosis is a natural state of mind that lies between consciousness and sleep. Hypnosis allows you to access your subconscious mind, which makes up 90% of your brain that stores all your memories from the beginning of the soul’s existence. Since regression and hypnosis are part of your natural state of mind, it is completely safe. There have been no cases where someone has not been able to return to their natural state of mind.