A part of my discovery- learning about past life regression

“Go with your gut, or knowingness,” was the message of the day, and it was not lost on me. I pursued the path, gaining greater confidence with each step forward. I joined a professional organization, The Association for Past Life Research and Therapy, leading and participating in workshops given by leading regression therapists, sharing experiences and techniques. I was astounded to see validation, results, to share the experiences of others and to test my own.  I was astounded to see that far from being an innovative new science, Past Life Regression had a noble history, as deep and rich as our dream life and as memorable as the archetypes of our existence. The array of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, healers of all kinds and spiritual leaders who were using this therapy in their practices surprised me.

It was still a closet science, and we all felt a sense of vulnerability. How could we be sure? How could we define our methodology and at the same time establish our credibility in a world of the material, the scientific, the ultra-rational and ultimately non-experiential? Many were keeping it quiet, fearful of risking reputations that had taken so long to establish.

Yet an iceberg was moving, a tremendous shift was underway in ourselves (this was the age of a New Millennium after all) and in the psyche of our very planet. We all started finding many, many more people open to such findings, and many clinicians were experiencing, chronicling and validating the same phenomena. Of course the most important criteria was the increased speed in healing the client. Amazingly, what could take years of traditional psychotherapy was being accomplished sometimes within weeks!  We were not abandoning old systems, rather, we were absorbing the new, and the results were spectacular. We saw amazing healing on many levels as emotions were released and connections to the present life made miraculous physical healings happen as well.

The discipline known as Past Life Regression Therapy grew from a tiny group of practitioners to a well-respected and fast-growing field worldwide.  People seeking connections, healing, and to repair psychic wounds – or wounds to the psyche – found help with Past Life Regression Therapy. Now, there are therapists practicing all over the world in the professional association alone.

This therapy has been found helpful for almost everything whether mental, spiritual, physical, emotional or energetic in nature.  As I continued my work, many themes, lessons and theology blossomed. Important information emerged that mankind needs to know.  Footsteps in the Sands of Time: Past Life Dramas – Present Life Lessons represents what a sacred tool this work is to my clients and a step in my own spiritual growth. I now seek not only to share this amazing work, the timely stories and spiritual knowledge, but to help pull together what it is we all need to learn from this information. For me, life is unfolding as a script that we put together before entering our physical body, one that will

help us understand what we need to learn, with whom we need to learn it, and the choices that can always change our past, present and future karma.

We need to know who we were to better understand who we are.   In this constant process of remembering our pasts comes a shedding of our bodies, a cycle of incarnation into other lives and bodies all drawn together by a miraculous spiritual flow that science is only beginning to define and quantify, but what the spirit has known all along. We have the tools within us to do so, through prayer, the unconscious, an open heart and mind, a power, and wonder that can cross lifetimes and dimensions.

We are all the same people, each sharing the same breath from the Supreme Being that has given us life. We have all been the victim and the abuser, all been Chinese, African, Jewish, Catholic, handicapped or kingly. Therefore we need not judge others since we have been where they are now or will be. We have forgotten how to live our basic truths of how to love, be at peace, live in harmony with humans, animals and the environment that nourish and shelter us. Our greatest obstacle is how to get there – our greatest barrier is intolerance – both of others and of the beauty within ourselves.

 

Near death experiences reported around the world have indicated that when we leave this world we are our own judges. We witness a life review and know where we have failed to learn, where we have created good and what we must do to compensate for our missteps. We know that we will walk into the next life better prepared, with greater wisdom and greater experience, but we must remember why we have come and what we must do to achieve our lesson. It is up to us to accept without judgment the lives we have led, trusting that we chose this life to learn from, and bring ourselves closer to the oneness that we know as God. I will share my stories hoping that something may touch what you need to learn while on your spiritual journey.

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Twins- Fantastic discovery using Past Life Regression

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“My twin sister keeps hitting me and karate chopping me all of the time!” Yes, his mother said in agreement shaking her head. 

Stanley came to see me originally to find the origin of his ADD. He and his family were moving to Texas the following month and his mother wanted to try my work since she had heard success stories for some of Stanley’s friends. We found his ADD roots to be from the Revolutionary War. As many children have offered,” They didn’t see it coming”, refering to the bullet that hit and killed them. Not “seeing” it, brought them into this life with a focus problem.

The last session, Stanley came in pouting and folding his arms as he plopped onto my couch. When I asked him what was the matter, he said, as he had many times before, “my sister just won’t leave me alone! She is so mean to me, hitting me, kicking me and calling me names. I love her and don’t know why she doesn’t love me!” His mother shared that she use to kick him in Utero as well.

I asked if they would be up for a regression to see why Stanley choose to come into this life as a twin. He and his mother eagerly agreed. Twins are always facinating since they all have very specific reasons for incarnating that way. I wondered why Stanley’s sister came in so angry at him.

I regressed Stanley back to a lifetime in the 1960’s. He had a normal childhood except for frequent visits to the doctors. As we progressed he had a normal home life and school life but always at the doctors. When I asked him why he is always at the doctors he said, ” I have a condition. I think it is cancer.” It turned out to be a heart condition. In his twenties he had to have a heart transplant. The doner was a teenage girl who had been in a car accident. A few months after the transplant Stanley died in that life.

On spirit side we find out that the doner was his twin sister in this life. She was so angry to have died at such an early age since she had so many dreams and hopes. We also found out that when she found out that Stanley had died with her heart she was even more angry at wasting her heart. Since the soul resides in our heart she incarnated as Stanley’s twin, caring her anger with her.

I explained to their mom that if they shared the story with Stanley’s sister she could finally let go of the anger. When things come to a conscious place that we didn’t understand before, the emotions could be released and cleared.

We all walked away that night amazed at the incredible twin story.

Please let me know if you are a twin and what interesting issues you have with your twin. Please share!

Can we treat Children with ADD/ADHD using Past Life Regression Therapy?

 

 

 

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ADD/ADHD has become one of the most common diagnosed problems in our schools. 

This little boy was one of those children that the schools were ready to treat medically, yet when talking to his mother, who said he was so different at home, it was to deaf ears. Luckily he had a mom who cared enough to seek other help since she felt something was amiss.

 

CASE STUDY 

NIGHTMARES AND ACTING OUT AT SCHOOL

 In October of 2002 I received a call from a frantic mother. Her son (we will call Joe), six years old, had been having nightmares every night for the past few months. She said it was the same nightmare, about the same thing each time. He would dream of a war, describing the gunfire and helicopters with missiles on the sides. He would wake up screaming in fear.

The mother also explained her concerns about her son’s school behavior. The teacher told her that whenever he was on line he would push the child behind him, always turning around or getting out of line when told to stay in line.  Also in circle activities he would not stay seated but go to one side of the room and hide. The teacher felt his behavior was probably a form of ADHD and they wanted to test him to see.

 The mother was baffled and horrified since this was so out of character for his behavior at home.

The teacher explained to her that many times children act differently in different environments.

The mother was feeling powerless since the school insisted on testing him with a follow up of medication. She came to see if I could help stop the nightmares and see if he had ADHD.

 I received additional information about their family life, his birth and childhood illnesses.  Nothing seemed unusual that would have baring on either the nightmares or acting out in school. Joe’s mother told me the only shows she allows Joe to watch on T.V.  are Barney or Disney cartoons. She had no idea where he would have seen war guns or helicopters.

 TREATMENT

 Since Joe was only six I decided to have him go into trance by drawing. His mother told me that he loved to draw, and children usually slide into trance easily with this method. I asked Joe if he could draw a picture of the dream he has about the war. He said, sure, and drew an amazing drawing for his age. He drew a picture of soldiers in a trench on one side of the paper, shooting, and soldiers lying dead on the ground. On the other side of the paper, he drew another trench with soldiers shooting back. In the air he drew a helicopter with missiles on the sides. I was so surprised to see how detailed and sophisticated the drawing was.

I asked him who are these soldiers in this trench (left side of paper)? He responded, “Oh, that’s the Chinese.” Again surprised, I said,”Oh, well who are the soldiers in this trench (right side of paper)?  He said, “Oh, that is the Russians.” Again surprised at his knowing the Chinese and Russian Cultures, I asked his mother if she knew he knew of them. She said she didn’t unless he learned this at school. Later we found out they never discussed these cultures in Kindergarten or in first grade.

I asked Joe was he there in the picture? He said “ Yep!” He pointed to the Chinese and said, “ I am in there.” I asked him if he died there? He said, “ No, I went home.”  I asked him where his home was and he turned over the paper to draw another picture. He drew a beautiful picture of a pagoda-looking house, two stick figures he claimed were his parents, and a small bridge over a stream, and another stick figure he said was he.  He told me he lived in that house and that those were his parents. He went home to live there after the war. It was very peaceful. I asked if he died there and he said no. He then proceeded to turn the page to show me where he died.  This time he drew a cemetery with tombstones and rain falling. He pointed to one of the tombstones and said that’s where he died. I asked how did he die and he said, “ A man shot him in the back.” I asked if he knew the man, and he said no. I told him he didn’t have to worry here since no one would shoot him in the back here. I told him it was just a dream and it is over now. I also told him he didn’t need to have the dream any more since we were able to draw it and talk about it.

 Joe and his mother left with promises to report any changes in his dreaming.  We agreed to approach the school behavior in the next session. It was enough for one afternoon. After observing Joe in our session, I was surprised to hear about his school behavior as well. He was a sweet, kind, respectful little boy, who seemed to delight in life. I was curious what the trigger was in school.

 

RESULTS

 Two weeks later, Joe’s mother called all excited. Joe did not have one dream about the war. The nightmares were over. She was most excited that Joe’s teacher called asking what she did at home since Joe was behaving much better at school. He was now able to stand on line without pushing the child behind him or getting out of line and he remained in the circle activities. As we talked I realized that Joe’s acting out to those BEHIND him was a result of being shot in the back. Joe was afraid to have his back turned with someone behind him or he could get shot again. This was not conscious behavior but cellular memory being triggered by the circumstance.  During the circle activities he would go to the other side of the room and hide. Being in a group situation triggered Joe’s cellular memory about being in a group fighting the enemy. He retreated to a trench like safe place in the classroom and hid.  Now he did not have a need to hide any longer since the story was complete. After the regression the trauma was released with the negative emotions, so Joe could behave normally to these situations.  Also, due to this release the dreams were brought to consciousness and therefore no longer manifested subconsciously. Joe was his old self once again and no testing was necessary for ADHD.

 We, as a society have been too quick to assess the behavior of our children when behavior issues present themselves. Medication is offered too readily to treat these problems. Not every child with behavior problems fall into the category of ADD or ADHD. Statistics show that 3 to 5 % of the nations population are diagnosed with these syndromes.  We need to take a harder look at these children and perhaps go to the root of the behavior under hypnosis, to determine if the behavior is even related to this lifetime.