7 Therapeutic Ways Past Life Regression Therapy Helps Clients

7 Therapeutic Ways Past Life Regression Therapy Helps Clients

7 Therapeutic Ways Past Life Regression Therapy Helps Clients

Many Cultures, Religions, Psychologists, Philosophers, and even Scientists believe that we have not only lived before but can access these memories to have a richer experience in this current life.

To quote a Tibetan Buddhist Scholar & Educator, Sogyal Rinpoche:

“Past life regression is the oldest spiritual and philosophical idea found on planet earth. The reminiscences and rumination of the past are recovered through a modus operandi known as hypnosis in which general practitioners regain consciousness of an individual. Generally, this practice is taken place under spiritual or in a psychotherapeutic setting. Past life regression is not merely a trick but has serious effects and implications on one’s life. A deep study and knowledge are 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.

Regardless of your beliefs, Past Life Regression can be used therapeutically through hypnosis 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 don’t have an explanation in the 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.

If you are ready to bring Past Life Regression Therapy to your clients for deeper and greater healing, our next Past Life Regression Training and Certification program is August 13-15, 2021. Apply today!

8 Ways To Make Peace With Your Past

8 Ways To Make Peace With Your Past

Make Peace With Your Past: 8 Ways to Accept It and Move On

Each one of us has experienced upsetting situations at one time or another. You might cope with these events and the feelings they trigger by simply putting them out of your mind. But somehow, those negative occurrences just keep wiggling their way back into your thoughts and feelings.

How can you deal with past negative events so you can move forward?

Consider these tips to make peace with your past:

1. Tell yourself, “It is what it is.” Whatever the disturbing experience, it happened to you. Acknowledge it. At least, accept the fact that it happened.

2. Identify your own emotions regarding the situation. Ponder the variety of feeling “labels.” Disappointment, anger, fear, and resentment are some examples. How did it make you feel then? What goes on with you emotionally when you think about the event now?

3. Embrace all of your feelings. It’s okay to feel whatever it is you feel. You’re human. You have the right to be scared, angry, frustrated, or any other feelings you have. Give yourself permission to embrace the emotions you experience related to your past. With insight into your emotions, you can begin to understand how something from the past could be impacting you now.

4. Recognize you can protect yourself now. You can ensure that event doesn’t ever have to happen to you again. Seek and find comfort and grace in your current position.

5. Determine if you’re truly ready to let go of this part of your past. Can you release it into the wind and say, “It happened but it no longer has to define me”? Only you can make the decision to release this negativity from your life for good.

Of course, the memory will remain, but all the negativity will dissipate when you recognize and understand what happened.

Think of a symbolic way to release your personal distress so you can start fresh from this day forward. Write down your trauma. Tear it up in tiny pieces and throw them away.

6. Live your life consciously in the present. Staying in the now and vowing to live your best life each day is a powerful antidote to a painful past. Say “good-bye” to the negativity as you let it go. Replace it in your mind with the positivity you have now. Vow to stay in each moment to relish the beauty of everything you have that’s wholesome and special to you.

7. Go after your bliss. Your bliss is something that brings you interest, joy, pleasure, and even excitement. Seek out the things you love to do, places you love to go, and people you love to be with. Use your time on this earth to fulfill your greatest passions. Place reminders of your bliss everywhere to be pleasantly reminded of everything you love.

8. Avoid letting anything stop you. Even though you may still have contact with someone who has hurt you in the past, recognize that you hold all the keys to how your life journey continues from this point forward.

Making peace with your history is a highly rewarding experience. Know that your life will be enriched through the process of accepting what happened to you. Recognize and learn to understand your emotions connected with your trauma.

Find self-confidence again and ensure you’re ready to let go of the negativity. Live in the present, go after your bliss, and pursue your life with a renewed sense of responsibility.

Make peace with your past now so you can embrace a beautiful, fulfilling life!

If you struggle with this, Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy is one of the best modalities to release the past and move confidently into your most abundant future. 

Schedule your free 30-minute initial consultation call to discover how hypnotherapy can work for you.

Releasing The Past Helps Me Embrace The Present

Releasing The Past Helps Me Embrace The Present

Releasing the past helps me embrace the present.

The emotional pain that accompanies some of my memories is palpable and potent. However, each day, I take responsibility to let go of my past.

Releasing the past means I let go of the thoughts and feelings that bring me down. I avoid letting happenings from long ago affect my life here today. The cares and worries from a long time ago float away, leaving me weightless.

My life is calm, secure, and beautiful. I know I have the power to create the existence I desire because I release the past. The present is special and I embrace every moment.

I find that I have more room in my life to pursue the people, places, and things I love whenever I let go of the past.

Today, my goal is to take hold of the present and live it to its fullest.

So, I release my past to make plenty of room for my present. Life is beautiful because the present is here in its full glory.

Self-Reflection Questions

1. Do I ever dwell on events from my past? Can I agree now to release certain memories so they no longer bring me down?

2. What are some of the great aspects of my present life? What do I love about it?

3. How can I ensure that I release my past so I am better able to embrace my present?

Often our wounds and issues stem from our earliest childhood memories and may even go back to our earlier lifetimes and past lives.

Clear your past to embrace your future with Past Life Regression therapy. 

Schedule your free 30-minute discovery session to see how Past Life Regression therapy can help you. 

I Am Free From The Shackles Of My Past

I Am Free From The Shackles Of My Past

I am free from the shackles of my past.

My past is only a memory of experiences, both positive and negative, which have taught me valuable life lessons. I have shaken off the shackles that once held me hostage in my past. Putting the past behind me, I can now feel free in the present.

The events that took place in my past remain part of my history. While I do not forget about my past, I am confident in my ability to correct previous mistakes and pave a new road for myself. I am wiser and more mature today than I was years ago.

Who I am today is simply a collection of the pieces of my past that fit together to form a stronger and wiser me. I rid myself of the hurt that some of the pieces caused me, but I keep the lessons I learned.

Although I have learned many lessons from my past, I move forward in order to grow and make way for new experiences. I forgive myself for my past mistakes and strive to make better choices today.

I accept that I am worthy of love and success even if I had a difficult beginning. Regardless of what is behind me, today is a fresh day and I am determined to enjoy each precious moment!

I live focused on the future and spend my time planning the next steps to live a life without regrets. I am finally free to live for myself.

Today, I am excited about the road that lies ahead. I allow myself the freedom to pursue new experiences with confidence knowing that there are boundless opportunities ahead of me.

Self-Reflection Questions

1. Am I holding on to things from the past that are preventing me from moving forward?

2. How do I respond to new challenges?

3. What new opportunities excite me?

Need support clearing your past? Often our current issues as adults stem from our earliest experiences in life. Including our very, very past – our past lives.

Schedule a free 30-minute consultation session to discuss how Past Life Regression Therapy can help you.