What You Need to Know about Past Life Regression Therapy


Do you believe that souls are immortal? The concept of reincarnation is well-known in eastern and western world. In the west, pre-Socratic philosophers suggested that a soul can move from one body to another upon death. In the east, followers of Vedic literature like Buddha and Mahavira speculated the idea of reincarnation as rebirth of the soul.

Past Life Regression Therapy

Some professionals in the field of psychology and psychiatry believe that mental health disorders such as migraine, skin disorder and various phobias can develop due to unresolved issues in their previous life, and can be resolved with past life regression therapy.

What is Past Life Regression Therapy?

Past Life Regression Therapy is a holistic form of therapy that uses hypnosis to retract memories from the subconscious mind. This form of therapy transports a person back in the time before one’s birth. It is done to treat problems that a person is facing repeatedly in their present life.

With the help of hypnotherapy, past life regression therapy helps a person increase their awareness in their unconscious, sub-conscious and unconscious mind. There is, however, a high possibility that the scenario or glimpse they are believing to be their past life is a part of their recorded and stored present life ‘hidden memory’ in their sub-conscious mind.

How Past Life Regression Helps?

Past Life Regression technique helps with physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing, including:

  • Reviving experiences from one’s past life
  • Providing insight into why people feel connected to certain places or people
  • Recognizing reasons behind unidentified physical and psychological ailments
  • Recognizing and appreciating the spiritual aspect of one’s living

Myths about Past Life Regression Therapy

People go through past life regression either in the pursuit of a spiritual experience or in a psycho-therapeutic setting with the goal of psychological or physical healing. Past life regression therapy is not a superficial form of therapy, but is a root cause therapy wherein a person is supported to heal from within.

As the concept of past lives might not adhere with certain belief systems of people, therefore, there are a number of myths around the technique, such as:

Myth: Past Life Regression is a voodoo technique

Fact: Past Life Regression Therapy is based on the principle that our past influences our present, and our present makes our future.

  • Myth: You will not remember anything after being hypnotized and the therapist could take advantage of you, including the information you share.

Fact: In a state of hypnosis, the person is fully aware of what is happening around him. It is just a deep meditative state that a person is in during the entire process, and all the information shared by the patient is covered under an unsaid confidentiality clause that every therapist is required to follow.

Myth: A person could get stuck in the past if they revisit their past life experience during the hypnotherapy.

Fact: A person is fully aware of their present surroundings in the process and can stop whenever they wish to, simply by opening their eyes.

Myth: Past Life Regression can have side effects

Fact: There are no side effects of the therapy. However, there can be many benefits of the session as hypnosis will provide you with a relaxed state of mind.

Myth: Past Life Regression Therapy is unethical

Fact: All the detailed information of the process is discussed and consent of the participant is taken before the therapy.

The Truth about Past Life Regression Hypnosis

Past Life Regression Therapy is a scientific approach to hypnotherapy where you are sent into a deep meditative state, allowing you to connect with the thoughts buried deep in your sub-conscious mind. While many might debate if one does really revisit their past life or are these smaller childhood instances or untapped memory reserves in our brain, the truth is that many people claim that this form of therapy has helped heal many people’s psychological & physiological conditions.

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