21st Jun, 2014
Past Life Regression
This was my first experience with PLR and I was excited to explore areas of my subconscious with a trusted and much respected person of my spiritual community. Randy and I have spent time before, talking about various things which relate to life and death and the beautiful world for which we live in. I had done my own research on individual experiences of PLR and how that has positively affected people in their waking state. Regardless if I believe that I lived past lives, because it is not specifically a part of my faith tradition...I certainly understand the continuum of life and interconnectedness of all things. Besides my research, Randy filled me in on the basics and I trusted being in his company. My first session was more than an hour, I remember every second. Randy certainly is a Master Hypnotist and I was happy that I was in such a relaxed state. I came to Randy out of curiosity and to connect the dots with thoughts and feelings which don't seem to originate from anywhere in my present life-childhood-young adulthood-hometown, et cetera. I had ideas of people and places that I once lived, certain things for which resonated with me. My PLR gave me insight into a life for which I never thought I had lived. I'll share a bit of my experience with you and finish with the benefits of this subconscious exploration and session. I also appreciate Randy's tech-savvy ways, as he made a recording of the session and put it on compact disc for my benefit in reviewing later on.
After being placed under hypnosis, I remember feeling inside my head and heart and supported by the seat for which I was sitting in. Trusting and respecting all that came about, I answered the questions for which were asked of me...simple questions that suggested a possibility. I was asked to look at my feet and slowly move my way up. While this was suggested, I could see my feet-I certainly could-I could see I was wearing leather boots and moving up, I could see grey wool pants. It looked liked 1800's attire to me and I was in a setting that was certainly of that era. Standing on a boat, top-deck...I could see steam chimneys above...water below and I knew that we were getting ready to leave and it was my role to get everybody ready. Randy simply asked questions of what I was wearing, where I was, the relationships with others, et cetera. These are all suggestions of an imaginative place in my memory, which has power in and of itself. It was hard with my first experience, to go with it...experiencing without judging myself of the answers I was coming up with. The left-brain, right-brain parts of me were doing their work and the conscious part of me had to remind myself to go with. These memories were not just imaginative and connected to my present life. I was surprised by how I felt in my head and heart when I answered specific questions, and I'll give you two specific examples in a moment. The name that I came up, was not the name I think I actually had. It was hard for me to say because my brain was trying to influence the outcome at times. I had to remind myself that it's not for me to influence. The hardest part was realizing that I was illiterate to a degree and that I didn't have a handsome name of handsome life! While in a session, go with it...don't use the brain to influence and don't think in web-form. I noticed that my conscious self and present life would have memories that reflected with the responses I was having to the PLR session. For example, when I said leather boots...my conscious self and present life would think Cole Haan(Designer Footwear), I would have to come back into hypnosis and stop being entertained with what is, but rather with what was.
I was asked the name of the steam-boat and within four seconds I said Oleander in a syllabic tone. That's the first which caught me off guard, not when I said it-but later when I did some online research. I was asked where I was and where I was going. I knew that I was going to Minnesota and I was leaving Arkansas...on the Mississippi River. That's the second which caught me off guard, not when I said it-but later when I did some online research. I found a U.S. Oleander Steamboat which traveled the Mississippi. I don't have the geographical knowledge that the Mississippi connects Minnesota and Arkansas. I need to learn a little more about my country tis of thee...LOL! Those were the two things.
There were other parts of the session that revealed my life and even my death. The part that was most healing, was my death. I had a heart attack. This resonated with me, because I get this subtle energy near my chest at times. It can't be determined by doctors, it's not anxiety or anything related to anxiety. It's a subtle energy feeling that I am still trying to connect...and I don't think it connects to anything of the present sensory input or otherwise. I do think that it's a "soul thing." This brings me to the end of my session and I have been left with an experience that has benefitted me in many ways. I hope to have another session and I hope to learn more about this abstract, non-linear, interconnected, mystery which is the soul. I know that many faith traditions use words differently, yet I don't think that I can yet explain or touch on what the soul is exactly. Joyfully,
5 out of 5
5 out of 5