Regression Hipnosis Pas Life

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Regression Hypnosis Past Life

Past-life regression therapy is a form of hypnosis and attendant talk therapy that essentially suggests that we carry evidence — emotional, psychic and occasionally physical — of our past lives into our current one.

(You have to accept the idea of pseudo-reincarnation or past lives, period, to get with it.)

By accessing those memories and talking through them, past-life regression can help us confront issues in our current life.

Personally, I’m a bit of a pragmatist: I was intrigued by the premise of past-life regression when I got the cold email about it, but I didn’t really put much stock in it.

As a fairly confirmed skeptic, I thought it would be interesting to experience something outside of my comfort zone, so I dove in.

“We unconsciously carry forward experiences, attitudes, and relationship dynamics from prior lives into our current lifetime,” therapist Ann Barham writes on her website. “By bringing these memories into conscious awareness, we can release or diffuse the energy and emotional blockages that keep us stuck. Typically, [a past life regression] therapist guides the client through the significant events of the lifetime, through the death experience, and then a ‘life review.’

This is where the purpose of that lifetime, the lessons learned, and decisions made are examined from a higher, spiritual perspective.”

Barham’s new book, The Past Life Perspective, explores past-life therapy through a series of case studies culled from her practice.

Who Tried it: Alex Heigl, PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly associate editor

Level of Difficulty: I’d say anywhere from a 1-5, depending on your experience with guided meditation or hypnosis.

My weapons-grade anxiety makes it difficult for me to relax to the point where I believe my subconscious is truly taking over — your mileage may vary.

And while Barham warns that it can be painful to experience things from your past lives — including, but not limited to, their deaths, for example — I didn’t find it particularly trying.

Past-life regression therapy is a form of hypnosis and attendant talk therapy that essentially suggests that we carry evidence — emotional, psychic and occasionally physical — of our past lives into our current one. (You have to accept the idea of pseudo-reincarnation or past lives, period, to get with it.)

By accessing those memories and talking through them, past-life regression can help us confront issues in our current life.

Personally, I’m a bit of a pragmatist: I was intrigued by the premise of past-life regression when I got the cold email about it, but I didn’t really put much stock in it.

As a fairly confirmed skeptic, I thought it would be interesting to experience something outside of my comfort zone, so I dove in.

“We unconsciously carry forward experiences, attitudes, and relationship dynamics from prior lives into our current lifetime,” therapist Ann Barham writes on her website.

“By bringing these memories into conscious awareness, we can release or diffuse the energy and emotional blockages that keep us stuck.

Typically, [a past life regression] therapist guides the client through the significant events of the lifetime, through the death experience, and then a ‘life review.’ This is where the purpose of that lifetime, the lessons learned, and decisions made are examined from a higher, spiritual perspective.”

Barham’s new book, The Past Life Perspective, explores past-life therapy through a series of case studies culled from her practice.

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