How to Approach a Regression Using Past Life Therapy
Robert S. Morrison, DCH
In the last two articles, I reviewed what hypnosis is not and what it is. In this article, we look at what to do when you’re preparing for a past life regression and how to utilize the experience for a deep healing.
This is extremely important as it will direct and focus your experience and give you a framework in which to understand the particular past life experience. Without the intention, the past life experience may be too vague to utilize. Also, the type of intention is important. Make your intention specific to your day to day life, and it’s good for the issue to have at least a little bit of an emotional charge to it. This way, when life is happening afterward, you will notice positive change that will help enhance and improve your life situation. Examples of the sorts of intentions that work best include:
“I would like to improve my health” (with a focus on a particular condition).
“I would like to improve or understand my love relationship” (problems with partner or no partner).
“I want to understand my issues at work.”
You get the idea.
Our Problems Stem from our Past Actions
Now before moving any further, the above statement is often thought of in the West as “blame the victim”. This is not the purpose of this statement. Whenever we see injustice or problems, regardless of their origins, we all should work to right wrongs and alleviate suffering whenever we can.
The true purpose of the statement is to help alleviate suffering since it gives both an answer to “why is this happening to me” as well as providing direction and motivation for future actions. Also, it explains why there are certain parts of your life that are going really well (you are experiencing the results of your positive actions from past lives) and why certain parts are not doing well (you are experiencing the results of your negative actions from past lives). These are all aspects of reincarnation that are often misunderstood coming from a Western point of view.
It’s not blame or punishment; it’s a result of the mindset that comes from past actions. So, by revisiting these situations, we have an opportunity to change our mind and thus change the causes of our outer experience. Judgment, blame and punishment have nothing to do with this and self forgiveness is the best attitude to cultivate.
So in preparing for a past life regression, we are utilizing the intention to find the past actions of the karma we are now experiencing. We re-experience these actions and get a new perspective which causes new choices or understandings to emerge. That’s how it works to clear mental/emotional blocks and facilitates spiritual healing.
Our next article will discuss the unconscious mind and give examples of how past life regressions arise from the unconscious mind and how one might interpret them.
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