Past life regression therapy is a fascinating subject and phenomenon where people in deep hypnosis re-experience what they believe to be their past life or lives. For each person the journey is different and the learnings and experiences they bring back from those past lives can be enlightening, comforting, enthralling and often revelationary.
The metaphysical world can only ever be as we perceive it and it would be wrong in many instances to judge what is real and not real for others. Certainly many of the past lives of people I have taken into deep hypnosis have given them great insight into their present life and understandings of where, perhaps, they might like to go in future. There are many records of people who have learnt things from past life regression therapy that they could not possibly have known in their present life.
Whether those past lives are real or imagined is irrelevant to the process. The unconscious mind knows what it knows and to what it would like you to pay attention. Everyone has different beliefs and our beliefs service our needs in our own ways. People come along from many different cultures as many cultures do believe in life after death. Your own personal beliefs are fully respected during the sessions.
Past life regression isn’t just about therapy – it is about a journey that can be wonderful and exciting in a way that is beyond conscious understanding. Sometimes our conscious mind cannot provide us with the answers to the questions that life poses and we need to go beyond consciousness, time and space. Science cannot explain everything.
Most times I see people for a two-hour past life hypnosis journey. For most people that is all they want or need. If anything does come up that might need dealing with in future therapy sessions, that is possible but most people do not need that extra help.
Book your hypnotherapy appointment with Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH by calling 02 8021 6429.
DISCLAIMER: *Many factors will be important in determining your actual results and no guarantees are made that you will achieve results similar to anyone else’s. The nature of therapy requires each person entering therapy to actively engage in the session and to carry out any additional recommendations outside the session, so results vary according to the individual.