Past Life Regression Newport
Can past life regression (PLR) be helpful? There are some people who have received help and healing from what is “remembering” some event from a past life.
It would appear that most people who have experienced PLR have gone to a previous human life but this is not always so. I personally have been regressed a number of times and twice, quite spontaneously, found myself swimming with a pod of dolphins and that I was one of them. I had a feeling of great comfort and reassurance from this and it is suggested that people who have actually swum with dolphins have experienced some relief from symptoms such as depression and ME.
How can Past Life Regression help me?
There is some research to show that PLR can be a therapeutic experience. Some case studies suggest that healing has taken place after PLR has been conducted. Some people state that to have experienced PLR is to look at “living” in an entirely new way.
Past Life Regression for healing
One reason that people come for PLR is for healing and some therapists would say this is the real reason for doing it. Another reason is to experience whatever comes up and I mainly conduct PLR for the interest that people have in it. I have practiced internationally in America and Holland as well as in the UK and did PLR on a woman who traveled from France to me in Wales. I have also done a presentation on PLR in Montreal, Canada.
PLR for resolving trauma
Some clients are impressed enough by their experience of PLR to repeat the experience and some have had up to 4 or even 5 or 6 sessions to explore different lives. Their motivation for doing this can be interest but also the healing aspect of going into a past life and resolving an issue or trauma which seems to have an impact on this life. To quote one client;
Yes, this is my main interest (the healing aspect of PLR) to identify primary traumas whose effects continue to have an influence on my present life.
This client actually went to the region in Spain, where he had experienced a past life, for a ten day holiday after the sessions and said he had an experience there of deja vue. This gave more concreteness to his experience of the past life he had under hypnosis.
Controlling Past Life Regression
Another less usual use was one woman who wanted me to control her regressing into a past life because it was interfering in her present life. Her experience was that she was spontaneously regressing to a past life in the 11th Century and found she could be spending the whole night there. When she woke up in the morning she would be exhausted because she had lived the life minute by minute! She gave me the example of a night where she and her husband had gone to bed and she turned towards him. He then vanished and she suddenly was in a different bed being looked over by a man in a hood who she felt wasn’t threatening. She later identified him as a Gnostic monk called Gilbert in Southern France and herself as a child in that century. Once she identified him by name she said he was the main link between that life and this one. She could communicate with him and he became like a guide to that Century. She could even communicate information about this life too.
Have we met before?
A further interesting aspect of past life regression is the possibility that someone in this life has been with you in a past life too. I had one client who explicitly stated this feeling about his partner. Other people have said the same thing and it is common in PLR to give the instruction to see if the person recognises anyone in the past life as someone that they know in this life too.
Past Life Regression Newport
I am experienced in delivering PLR, have presented my work and case studies to group meetings and was a guest lecturer on PLR at the XXVI International Conference of Psychology in Montreal. I have also had several articles published on my experiences of being regressed and of regressing my clients. The reference is: “Past life memories and present day problems” European Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. Vol. 3. No. 2. 1996, Pages 36-39. If you are interested in learning more about PLR I can recommend: Moody, R “Coming Back” Bantam Books.
A session of past life regression (PLR) is an unusual idea for a birthday or Christmas present but a number of clients have given such presents. If you want to book a session of past life regression in Newport for someone close to you then please contact me.