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Past-Life Regression Journey

"Past life regression is the oldest and spiritual and philosophical idea found on planet earth. The reminiscences and rumination of past are recovered through a modus operandi known as hypnosis in which general practitioner regain consciousness of an individual. Generally, this practice is taken place under spiritual or in psychotherapeutic setting. Past life regression is not merely a trick but has serious effects and implications on one's life. As deep study and knowledge is required for this type of practice, it is necessary to work with proficient and experienced professionals, so as to avoid any issue regarding the practice or in case if any matter ascends in the progression of regression."

Throughout history it has been observed by numerous religions and cultures that it is not necessary that the present life of a being is the exact same as of our previous one he most renowned and illustrious person who visionaries the past life is known as 'Buca.

Conferring to him, once he was fully awakened, he was able to recall and hark bac; o his past life evidently. Many say that he was able to recall approximately 500 lives, others estimate says that the numbers grew up to 1,000 lives as he was able to do so.

Although in the believe system of Buddhism, it does provide a path which leads towards the arousal through past incaration of the soul but is definitely not a way to rectify or heal the lost souls. While they perform special prayers so as to seek mercy and clemency for the wrongdoings performed in their past lives. The current life of one individual is the consequence of the past life, if the person has performed good deeds then in the next life the he will be rewarded with a virtuous and honorable life and those with caustic and vicious deeds, will have to seek forgiveness so as to get relief from the effects of negative deed. From the philosophical writings during the first millennium BCE, the concept of past life regression has been witnessed, as this concept has emerged even before the religion of Buddhism. These discussions have basically appeared mostly in the sub-continent region, specifically in the India and Greece as well.

A Tibetan Buddhist Educator, Sogyal Rinpoche said:

"Sometimes I tease people and ask: 'What makes you so adamant that there's no life after death? What proof do you have? What if you found there was a life after this one, having died denying its existence?"

Those of us who undertake a spiritual discipline - of meditation, for example - come to discover many things about our own minds that we did not know before .For as our minds open more and more to the extraordinary, vast, and hitherto unsuspected existence of the nature of mind, we begin to glimpse a completely different dimension, one which all of our assumptions about our identity and reality, which we thought we knew so well, start to dissolve, an un which the possibility of lives other than this one becomes at least likely. We begin to understand that everything we are being told by the matters about life and death, and life after death, is real"

Reincarnation is the religious or philosophical belief that the soul or spirit, after biological death, begins a new life in a new body that may be human, animal or spiritual depending on the moral quality of the previous life's actions. The entire universal process, that gives rise to the cycle of death and rebirth, governed by karma, is referred to as “Samsara.” “Karma” is action, which may be good or bad. Based on the type of karma one does, he chooses his subsequent birth. For example, if one has done lot of divine service and has a desire to do more service at the time of death, his soul chooses a family that is supportive for his desire, for rebirth. According to Hinduism, even Devas (Gods) may also die and be born again. But here the term “reincarnation” is not strictly applicable. Lord Vishnu is known for his main 10 incarnations – “Dasavataras.”

In Hinduism, in the holy book Rigveda, the oldest extant Indo-Aryan text, numerous references are made to rebirths. One verse says:

Burn him not up, nor quite consume him, Agni: Let not his body or his skin be scattered. O Jatavedas, when thou hast matured him, then send him on his way unto the Fathers… let thy fierce flame, thy glowing splendour, burn him With thine auspicious forms, O Jatavedas, bear this man to the region of the pious. Again, O Agni, to the Fathers send him who, offered in thee, goes with our oblations. Wearing new life let him increase his offspring: Let him rejoin a body, Jatavedas.”

The Bhagavad Gita states: “Never was there a time when I did not exist, nor you, nor all these kings; nor in the future shall any of us cease to be. As the embodied soul continuously passes, in this body, from childhood to youth to old age, the soul similarly passes into another body at death. A sober person is not bewildered by such a change;” and “Worn-out garments are shed by the body; Worn-out bodies are shed by the dweller within the body. New bodies are donned by the dweller, like garments.”

According to the Hindu sage Adi Shankaracharya, the world-as we ordinarily understand it-is like a dream: Fleeting and illusory. To be trapped in samsara (the cycle of birth and death) is a result of ignorance of the true nature of our existence. It is ignorance (avidya) of one's true self that leads to ego-consciousness, grounding one in desire and a perpetual chain of reincarnation. The idea is intricately linked to action (karma), a concept first recorded in the Upanishads. Every action has a reaction and the force determines one's next incarnation. One is reborn through desire: A person desires to be born because he or she wants to enjoy a body, which can never bring deep, lasting happiness or peace (ānanda). After many births every person becomes dissatisfied and begins to seek higher forms of happiness through spiritual experience. When, after spiritual practice (sādhanā), a person realizes that the true “self” is the immortal soul rather than the body or the ego all desires for the pleasures of the world will vanish since they will seem insipid compared to spiritual ānanda. When all desire has vanished the person will not be born again. When the cycle of rebirth thus comes to an end, a person is said to have attained liberation (moksha).

All schools agree this implies the cessation of worldly desires and freedom from the cycle of birth and death, though the exact definition differs. Followers of the Advaita Vedanta school believe they will spend eternity absorbed in the perfect peace and happiness of the realization that all existence is one Brahman of which the soul is part. Dvaita schools perform worship with the goal of spending eternity in a spiritual world or heaven (loka) in the blessed company of the Supreme Being.

Regardless of your beliefs, Past Life Regression can be used therapeutically through hypnosis can be used to help your clients to:

  1. Examine negative patterns in the current life and find root causes from the past allowing them to release the unhealthy behaviors.

  2. Examine current health issues and find causes from a past life, either an injury or death wound, and release the painful memory, getting relief.

  3. Examine fears and phobias that have to do explanation in client's memory.

  4. Examine painful relationships and see if the client has traveled with that soul or souls in a past life and repair or complete unfinished business in this life.

  5. Understand dreams, familiarity, and/or fascination with a different time and place in history.

  6. Stimulate creativity when working on projects like writing historical fiction, creating costumes, architecture, art, movies, sets, and shows.

  7. Remembering Healthy Patterns, Perspective, Solutions and Remedies from Past Lives to use today.

Past Life regression is amazing journey that could heal a lot of issues in this life.

I have a question for you all: " What you want in your life?"

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