Past Life Regression
Past Life Regression
What is Past Life Regression?
Past life memories are the autobiography of your eternal soul. They are personal stories that explain who you are now and why you are here on Earth.
Past life regression is a technique for accessing and re-experiencing your past lives or reincarnations directly. A branch of hypnotherapy, past life regression therapy has grown over the last 50 years to be an important addition to the healing arts.
Past Life Regression (PLR) It is one of the best techniques to energize the soul of individual by helping them to journey into their past lives. PLR is a wonderful healing process as it works deeper on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels . PLR potentially provides us the of ease of anxiety attacks, chronic pain, and some fears that do not correlate to current life circumstances. Its main objective is to make life more congruent and fulfilling in this present moment. Past Life Regression works on the root cause and it enables deep change to take place at the source. PLR is based on the principles of cause and effect.
Benefits of Past Life Regression
Some people try past life regression simply out of curiosity to see who they were in the past. But for most, it is a path for personal growth and healing. With the help of a trained guide, past life regression can help you:
See personal relationships in a new light
Energize talents and abilities from the past
Release fears and anxieties linked to past life traumas
Release past life traumas at the root of physical problems
Experience the transitional states of death and beyond
Understand and align with life purpose
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