I saw Jasmine working in an office at a marketing or advertising agency, because she was making cold calls to potential clients. I noticed that Jasmine was visibly stressed. And when the vision moved forward to her arriving to her one bedroom apartment, I could see books scattered across the floor and a typewriter that hung for dear life to the edge of her small kitchen table. Some of the books were open, and there were scribbles and doodles written in the margins.
It became obvious at this point that Jasmine, in some form or fashion, was a writer or voracious reader in her spare time. Although I didn't recognize the city, this is the turning point where Jasmine's life began to faintly mirror mine, particularly the typewriter, books, and, yes, even the stress. I'm also a storyteller. After relaying this information to Barham, she then instructed me to see if I could picture Jasmine as a woman in her mid 40s. What does she look like? What is she doing? Is she still reading, working at the ad agency, or writing?
Maybe these are her books. The first dot I was able to connect between Jasmine and myself is that I've always longed to write my own book, and when I was a child, I dreamed of working for a book publisher. Barham, once again, directed me to move forward in Jasmine's life to the age of 70, then prompted me to recall Jasmine's dying day. How exactly is a memory of death going to help me retrieve a happy memory from this therapy session? I wondered silently in my head. Still, I trusted Barham to lead me to the answer.
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I immediately saw Jasmine in a hospital bed, joking around with the nurses. I noticed she didn't seem sad, weak, or feeble.
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Perhaps her pleasant demeanor with the hospital staff, even on her deathbed, is attributed to all the times I spent in real life with my mom at the nursing home where she worked for 21 years. Or it could signal that I might one day pass away while telling jokes, in the—hopefully distant—future. Either way, the vision felt warm and welcoming, not sad. As Jasmine took her last breath, I saw the snapshots playing in her head, from the young girl in the library to the images of a mother who looked like mine—and the book covers.
What would you say are the important lessons in that life experience? In response, I began to rattle off an incoherent list of themes based on Jasmine's life: spending time with the people you love; doing what you love; appreciating the small, everyday things; perseverance and persistence; being in a relaxed state near the end of life. Ultimately, though, looking back on the experience, even though I couldn't draw parallels to everything in my conscious, real life, I think I figured it out.
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Seeing Jasmine surrounded by books and possibly writing in her spare time outside of the office reminded me to make more time for the things I used to enjoy, like reading. It encouraged me to perhaps even revisit my childhood goal of writing a book or pursuing a career as a book publisher. Near the end of the session, just before Barham brought me back to consciousness, she asked me to think of a figure or concept that I think of as a higher power, like God, the universe, or an angel. She requested that I ask this spiritual guide a question based on what I saw and experienced.
And with that, Barham lured me out of my hypnotic state, directing me to allow my prior personality to fade to black and to bring attention to my breathing.
As Barham counted up to 10, I returned to my physical body—restored, alert, and energized with a sense of focus and intention. I removed the eye mask, allowing my eyes to adjust to the fluorescent light emitted from my kitchen stove. I could only describe the feeling at that moment as relief.
I felt lighter or perhaps enlightened. Everything made sense. I was pleased to know that after seeing Jasmine travel through many decades, from age 14 to 70, that a woman who looked exactly like my mother was a permanent fixture.
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I instantly was reminded that with every milestone and moment of significance, my real-life mother has always been there to support me. I guess me and this Jasmine woman have a lot more in common than books, writing, and stress.
Barham acknowledged this as a common thought that comes up in her book. I understand I have the power to go backwards. For more ways to live your best life plus all things Oprah, sign up for our newsletter! Type keyword s to search. Getty Images. This door leads to a happy and successful prior lifetime that will help you build confidence. The Past Life Perspective. Shop Now. Stuart Kinlough Getty Images.
Jasmin Merdan Getty Images. Please note though that I can only book individual sessions on a flexible basis. So if a tour booking came in for that same day, then the tour booking would take precedence and we would need to move your session to another day. This is the only basis on which I can offer individual sessions unfortunately, or they would block off too much of our touring diary. If Past Life Regression is part of your tour, then remember that the session is entirely optional, so you can decide at the time whether you would like to go ahead with it or not.
If not, we will spend additional time at the other tour locations.
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It will be accompanied with gentle hypnosis music in the background, unless of course, you prefer to hear just my voice. Yes, absolutely, please let us know when booking the tour that you would like this included as part of the experience. This allows us to write it into the itinerary for you. If I come with my partner or as part of a group, do we take the Past Life Regression session together?
Can I book Past Life Regression without the tour? Meantime, if you would like to explore the possibility further before deciding on a session, you are welcome to download by Past Lives Clues Workbook which will help you begin to join the dots. The idea of reincarnation is that after death — an individual may be reborn into another body. There is a widely held spiritual belief that each of us goes through a series of lifetimes for the purpose of spiritual growth and soul development.
It is said that more people on the planet believe in reincarnation, so by implication are open to past life regression, than do not.
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The major religions that hold a belief in reincarnation are Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism — all of Indian origin. Although other major religions do not centrally believe in re-incarnation, particular groups within these religions, such as Kabbalah do.
A proportion of people from all religions believe in reincarnation irrespective of the teachings of their faiths. Ian Stevenson. Over a period of forty years, he investigated and documented some 3, cases of children around the world claiming to recollect past-life memories. Stevenson published hundreds of papers and 14 books on reincarnation. He concluded that memories, emotions, and even physical injuries in the form of birthmarks could be transferred from one life to another. Skip to content. What is Past Life Regression? Past Life Regression PLR Past Life Regression is a gentle form of hypnotherapy which takes an individual back through time to their previous lives or incarnations by accessing memories and experiences that are normally hidden in their subconscious mind.
Help you understand why you feel a deep connection with certain places. Explore your past life and current Soulmate experiences. Explore unresolved emotions which have carried through into this lifetime, creating fears or beliefs which you have been unable to explain. Acknowledge and embrace the key lessons learned through those lives.
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