Discover Yourself by Past Life Regression

Are you suffering from physical pain or any illness that doctors are unable to help you with? Do you have unexplained fears or phobias? There are chances that all these are carried over from your past life. Going through a past life regression session will give you an understanding of root of the problems and heal you! PLR also helps you answering following questions: Do you believe that you may have lived before in a previous life? Have you ever wondered who you may have been, who you may have known, or what you may have done? Would you like to find out and maybe solve some of your life’s deepest mysteries, at last?


Many people turn to past life regression to learn more about themselves. Discovering past lives may help you uncover the source of unusual attachments, phobias, or personality traits. Several techniques exist to help you recall past lives. Past life regressions provide the opportunity to discover who you may have been in a previous incarnation. People using the technique believe that learning about your past lives may help reveal information that allows you to heal issues or discover new purpose in your current life. During the process you may:

Discover the source of fears and phobias.

Discover the source of physical ailments.

Learn about your karmic path with people who have been with you through multiple lifetimes.

Find the source of attachments to people, places, or objects Learn more about your soul's path.

Questions & Answers

Q. Do the regression exercises always evoke memories of past lives? Is this the only way to have such memories?
A. It’s certainly possible to have actual past-life recall through these regression exercises, although many other types of relaxation or meditation techniques can lead to the same thing as well. People may also experience past-life recall during dreams, spontaneously (often seen with children), or in many other ways.

Q. What are the memories like that come during regression?
A. We find that actual past-life memories are usually accessed and described in one of two ways. The first is the classical pattern, where the person enters one lifetime only and is able to perceive an extremely complete, detailed depiction of that life and its events. Almost as if it were a story, much of the entire lifetime passes by; that is, it often begins with birth or childhood and doesn’t end until death. It’s possible that the person will painlessly and serenely experience the death scene and a life review, where the lessons of the lifetime are illuminated and explored with the benefit of the person’s higher wisdom and possibly by a religious figure or spiritual guide.

The second pattern of past-life recall is what we call the key-moment flow. Here, the subconscious knits together the most important or related moments from a cluster of lifetimes, those key points that best elucidate the person’s hidden trauma and can most quickly and powerfully heal them.

Q. How can I know if the memories I have are real, or if they’re fantasies or the result of my imagination?
A. It isn’t critical to determine whether what comes to mind is a symbol, a metaphor, a true memory, your imagination, or a mixture of them all. Our advice is to relax and let what happens happen, in a nonjudgmental way. If you allow the rational side of your brain to take over, you may block memories and waste an opportunity. Just experience and let your subconscious wisdom come—afterwards, you can analyze what you’ve gone through. With practice, things become clearer, and you can differentiate what is memory and what is metaphor, symbol, or imagination.

There are many people who try to validate their memories with proof. Some of them have found their own graves; others find official records that confirm evident details of their recall, offering proof of past lives.

Validation may also take place through the intensity of the feelings associated with the memory and by the alleviation of symptoms. Xenoglossy, which is the ability to fluently speak a language one has never learned or even encountered, is another type of proof.