I just love past life regression work. The more I study and research and work with this fascinating subject, the more I realise that our past lives hold the key to so many areas of our current lives.
I recently worked with a lady who has two young children. She is happily married, and a loving, caring mother. Her issue was her “over-the-top” reaction when one of her children was physically sick. This went beyond natural concern into what she described as a phobia.
In a deep state of relaxation she went back to a life where she was a girl of about 10 or 11, she didn’t really know, almost the eldest of a large number of brothers and sisters living in squalor in one dark, dingy room in what seemed to be a large town. There were certainly “lots of other buildings” around. This little girl didn’t know where her parents were, her main concern every day was begging or stealing enough food to feed her siblings.
Having established the basic scenario – she had no idea where she was, what year it was, who was on the throne (what did any of that have to do with the life of a struggling peasant girl?), I moved her on to the time when the incident happened that had to do with sickness.
The little girl moved on only a year or so, and was totally distraught. All her siblings were really ill – they had fever, they were vomiting, they were dying. It seemed it wasn’t just her family – everyone was ill, everyone was dying. There were no doctors, they had all gone. The little girl felt helpless, she didn’t know what to do, she couldn’t stop her brothers and sisters dying in this pathetic one room, with the floor no doubt awash with vomit as well as dirt and despair.
The little girl was sobbing, she was having problems breathing, she was desperately upset. We had clearly found the source of the trauma, so I moved her on a few more years. She was the only one of the children to survive, and we caught up with her living in a cottage in the country with a family “but not my family”. She married and had three daughters, all of whom were fit and healthy, and she was a loving, caring mother.
I moved her on to the time of her death, and helped her pass over with lots of love, compassion and reassurance that there was nothing she could have done to help her siblings, she did all she could, it wasn’t her fault and so on. She found release from the trauma she had carried in that lifetime, and passed with a beautiful smile on her face.
Then I worked on the “now” person, and released the negative strands that she had brought forward from that lifetime, reinforcing the positive, loving aspects of her being and giving strong, positive suggestions too.
Result – one amazed but very happy client who (despite the little pile of soggy tissues) said she felt “lighter”, “clearer”, “happier” – and that was just on the day!
All in a day’s work – is it any wonder I just love what I do?