Is Past Life Regression Real or Imagined?

Have you ever thought about the possibility of reincarnation? Are you curious to discover what past lives you may have lived? Does the idea of past life regression make you nervous, but you find yourself still wondering about it? Most importantly, are you wondering if past life regression is something you might consider experiencing? Past life regression is becoming quite a hot topic and if you are curious about it then you owe it to yourself to learn more about the process and the possibilities.

Past life regression also known as a PLR sounds like a mysterious process that only a small portion of the population could hope to experience. For some people, the concept of past life therapy sounds like it relies on reincarnation, or remnants of dreams and fantasies. For many, the idea of accessing the subconscious and tapping into prior lives sounds like hocus-pocus. Fact or fiction, the interest in Past Life Therapy has grown dramatically over the last 10 years.

Within the mental health care community there are two opposing views about PLR’s. Some mental health care professionals believe that any information retrieved in hypnosis is a byproduct of the patient’s imagination. However, the phenomenon has been studied and there have been cases where the information received while in hypnosis has been verified. In fact, some studies on the topic showed that past life regression worked just as well on people who do not believe in past lives as it did on those who do believe.

The underlying reason why past life therapy works is because it helps clients overcome unhealthy patterns that stem from a prior life. Traditional mental health care professionals look to uncover the source of a limiting belief by searching for it in a patient’s childhood. Hypnotists seek out the cause, but do not limit themselves to only the client’s early childhood years. They also probe prior life memories and in many cases have had great success clearing patterns that no longer serve the client.

The benefits of Past Life Regression

Past life therapy opens doorways to memories and experiences you likely have never been consciously aware of. Whether the memories are remnants of thoughts and dreams that you had years ago in this lifetime, or whether they are genetically or spiritually inherited memories from a previous incarnation does not matter. Whatever the subconscious mind shows the client is of value.

Hypnotists who specialize in regression believe that every major memory retrieved, in some way relates to a present-day challenge for the client. It allows the client to have a different perspective related to the area of opportunity. This new perspective can allow for a dramatic life shift. Old limiting beliefs and fears can be cleared.

When you undergo hypnotherapy for a PLR, you are guided past your own limiting thoughts and you are able to tap into the subconscious mind.  A certified hypnotist who specializes in Past Life Regression can help guide you into a state where you can access these memories and can help reframe the way your subconscious mind perceives a negative even from the past.

So long as you are willing to follow the instructions of the hypnotist, he or she will be able to help you access these events from your past. A belief in reincarnation is not needed but it is important that you seek out someone who specializes in past life therapy.

If you are experiencing a block or a fear that you have been unable to overcome with conventional therapy, a PLR may be the answer to your challenge.

Past life regression has helped people overcome limiting beliefs, fears and phobias, and unexplained emotional and physical challenges. When you come to understand that our past lives can leave an imprint on our subconscious and that past life therapy can help expose where that imprint came from and what it means, the idea of past live regression becomes much easier to fathom and experience.

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