“Everyone in the business, the one who abets, the one who cuts, the one who kills, the one who sells, the one who prepares, the one who offers, the one who eats ... all are killers!”
- Mahabharata (22)
During Past-Life-Regression the subject is regressed to another lifetime. In other words, the subject is helped to experience or relive past lives. The ‘regressor’ is the one who does this process of regression. In the process of regression the subject is first guided into deep states by giving constant suggestions. After reaching a ‘satisfactory’ level of altered state of consciousness, the subject is first regressed gradually down to the in-utero state (the time when subject was in the mother’s womb). During the in-utero state, the soul does not completely associate with the fetus. It keeps moving in and out of the fetus and spends most of the time in the astral realms. Hence, the subject when regressed to the in-utero state can relive glimpses of the souls experiences of inter-life states and memories of past lives. The subject is able to describe the experiences verbally. Even in this New Age, Past-Life-Regression remains one of the best techniques to energize the spirit of individuals by making them to journey into their past lives. By exploring our past lives we can find the solutions for all present life problems.
Past Life Regression is a Holistic Healing Modality because it works on the body, mind, emotions, and spirit. It transports one back to those times before one’s birth and regresses one to previous lifetimes. This is done to sort out problems that a person may be experiencing in the present. The reason for undertaking Past Life Regression is to improve the spiritual quality of our life, right now. Its chief objective is to make our life easier, better and more fulfilling, in this present moment. Past Life Regression addresses the root cause and it enables extremely deep change to take place at the very source of the problem. It does not deal with external symptoms. It directly addresses the internal cause.
Cause and Effect:
Past-life-regression is based on the principles of cause and effect (also known as law of karma). Something that has been set in motion at some time in the past results in a corresponding effect on a person’s present physical, emotional, mental or spiritual well being, at this moment. This cause may be a past desire, a past thought, past feeling, a past emotion, a past vow, a past promise, a past decision, a past evasion or a past traumatic experience.
Benefits of Past-Life-Regression:
Past-Life-Regression helps to heal chronic diseases.This is done in the following manner: Past-Life-Regression helps individuals to understand the karmic patterns involved and the resultant energy blockages. It is these energy blockages that manifest as diseases, which are sometimes chronic. The understanding that flows clears the energy blockages and thereby the disease is healed. Take the example of a person who has had a past life wherein he/she was never allowed to express his/her views or who had to pay a heavy price for having expressed them. In this lifetime, such a person may have a disease of the throat, which constantly hinders the person’s ability to talk normally. After reliving the past life and emerging with an understanding of the root cause, the energy blockages get cleared and the person gets healed of his/her throat disease.
Past-Life-Regression helps overcome Fears and Phobias:
Past-Life-Regression releases individuals from all kinds of fears and phobias by bringing about an understanding of the specific causes of these fears and phobias. The causes are mostly present in the previous lives. They could also be present in the earlier part of the current life. For example a person who had this fear of closed spaces (claustrophobia) had experienced a past life where he was buried alive in an earthquake. Once he relived this trauma, he was able to overcome his claustrophobia immediately.
Past-Life-Regression improves one’s inter-personal relationships: Past-Life-Regression improves one’s interpersonal relationships by causing the person to understand the past life relationships with those individuals. Till this is understood, clashes and friction with one’s present lifetime’s relations is inevitable. Once the understanding flows, the person is able to see the larger perspective and therefore the relationships are improved or ‘healed’.
Past-Life-Regression frees us from the fear of death once and for all: Past-Life- Regression frees us from the fear of death once and for all. The fear of death is the biggest of all fears plaguing mankind. Past-Life-Regression helps us to explore our past lives and through this exploration we realize that we are eternal beings. We understand that death is a mere transition from one state to another and that the essence of our being continues into eternity as we have lived before and are going to live again after ‘death’. Moreover, once an individual has relived his/her past lives, he/she validates this understanding in the light of the personal experiences had. This removes the fear of death once and for all.
THE MOST COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT PAST-LIFE-REGRESSION
"……..Explain the River of the soul; whence or in what order you have come……."
2. “Past is past and does not affect the present.”
3. “We cannot change anything through Past-Life- Regression.”
4. “The past life memories that are experienced during regression are due to the suggestions of the facilitator.”
b) While visiting a foreign country for the first time and knowing where a building or road is.
c) When you are in a situation and get a feeling that you have been in exactly the same situation in the past though you have no evidence of such a situation in this lifetime.
d) When you meet a person for the first time and have an immediate feeling of lack of trust for the person.
e) When you meet a person for the first time and you get the feeling of immense love for and emotional attachment to that person (this is commonly known as love at first sight).
f) When as child you used to have (you may still have them) memories of having lived in a different place in a different family and in different life circumstances. The narration of such experiences usually fell on deaf ears and you were gradually conditioned to believe that those past-life experiences and memories of those past-life experiences were not valid.