Over the summer of 2016, for five transforming days in July, I trained with Brian Weiss, M.D., the world’s most preeminent authority in Past Life Regression (PLR) therapy. One hundred fifty people, from all over of the world, attended this immersive and comprehensive training at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY to train with the doctor and his wife, Carole, a licensed hypnotherapist.
The experience was completely life changing for me in ways that I couldn’t have even predicted. Here is my selfie with them!
In Dr. Weiss’ book, ‘Many Lives, Many Masters,’ he writes about the therapeutic healing benefit of PLR with his patient Catherine. Watch HERE as he explains to Oprah what happened.
For me, Past Life Regression therapy has played a very prominent role in my healing journey. Having undergone this experience many times and feeling the benefit in my soul, drew me to seek out this training so that I could help my clients.
The best way I can describe what PLR does is it allows us to zoom out to see the bigger picture in our lives.
It allows us to access the autobiography of our souls- the stories, complete with the wisdom and scars, from many lifetimes.
“Past life memories are the autobiography of your soul.”
When we tap into the energetic charge of these unconscious memories, we are able to see how they still impact us- both positively and negatively. It then allows us to release patterns that no longer serve us, allowing us to live a more present life.
When we release these patterns, we are able to heal on a soul level. And who wouldn’t want that?
In today’s Energy Healing Toolkit, I help you identify ‘6 Typical Signs of Remembrance of a Past Life.’ In private sessions, we delve deeper into your energy, goals and needs.
Energy Healing Toolkit 6 Typical Signs of Remembrance of a Past Life
I believe we are a soul with a body and not a body with a soul. When the physical body dies, the essence of who and what we are- the soul- goes on.
Here are six typical signs of remembrance of a past life:
1) Deja Vu: Deja Vu means ‘already seen’ in French. It can be triggered by sights, sounds, tastes, smells, or experiences. It is that feeling that the event or experience has already happened. When I went to Israel, I had the feeling I had been there before, even though it was my ‘first time.’ Turns out, it wasn’t!
2) Irrational Fears or Phobias: Do you have a fear of choking? Or a phobia of swimming in the ocean? When there is no ‘logical reason’ for having traumas in this lifetime, it might be something that is carried over from a past life. I have a friend who has a fear of being impaled. She often sees herself falling off a cliff onto a tree. It is clear to me that this irrational fear is remembrance of a past life trauma.
3) Realistic Dreams: Have you ever woken up and thought to yourself, “That was so real! I felt like that really just happened!” It may have been a past life memory emerging. Sometimes we also have recurring dreams which definitely get our attention. Keep a journal by your bed and record them. They can hold clues.
4) Soul Recognition: You meet someone new, but they feel familiar to you! It isn’t their looks that you recognize, but their soul. In my own life, a man I had just met touched my arm and received a shock that washed over his whole body. I felt it too. It turns out, I have had at least two significant past lives with him. I also instantly recognized a woman, through her eyes, as part of my soul family. Pay attention to how you feel when around significant people and/or meeting new people in your life.
5) Out of Place Memories: Be mindful of your repeated visions. One of my clients kept seeing an island surrounded by mountains in her mind daily but couldn’t place it. In her regression with me, this familiar place was her home in Greece in a significant past life. Another client, keeps seeing herself as a Native American boy running in an open field.
6) Affinity for Specific Cultures & Languages: Are you drawn to specific cultures and/or languages and don’t know why? I have a client who has always had an obsession with WWII. Turns out, he had a significant life during that time in England. A couple of years ago, my then 11 year old son, went with a Korean friend to a family barbecue. He was the only white person among forty Koreans. When he came home, he told me had the best time, loved the food and the language. To me, this familiarity and comfort, in a typically anxious child, signifies something more. Pay attention to this in your own life.