Past Lives Healing
Past Lives: Fiction or Reality?
According to Wikipedia the percentage of people who believe in reincarnation ranges from 12 to 44% depending on the country being surveyed (in the U.S. it’s 20%). In 1981 a Gallup poll revealed that 38 million Americans now believe they’ve had past lives—about one fourth of adult population. People from all walks of life are seriously beginning to consider the possibility that they have lived before. And this growing interest in reincarnation is not limited to the general public.
Increasing numbers of psychologists, medical doctors, and therapists are using past-life regression techniques to help people overcome emotional and physical health problems and tap into skills and talents that some believe were first learned in previous incarnations.
As increasing attention is focused on past lives, more people are becoming interested in exploring the issue for themselves, in finding out how to unlock their own past-life memories, as well as in learning what benefits to their relationships, outlooks, and professional lives might come from unearthing these memories.
Psychiatrist Ian Stevenson has conducted more than 2,500 case studies over a period of 40 years of children who supposedly remembered past lives. He methodically documented each child’s statements and then identified the deceased person the child identified with, and verified the facts of the deceased person’s life that matched the child’s memory. He also matched birthmarks and birth defects to wounds and scars on the deceased, verified by medical records such as autopsy photographs.
The Case of Bishen Chand
Extract: Reincarnation, Ian Stevenson
Bishen Chand was born in Bareilly, India, in 1921. At the age of ten months, when he was barely able to speak, he would try to say something like “Pilvit” or “Pilivit”. When he was about one and a half years old, he began asking questions about the town of Pilibhit, about fifty miles from Bareilly. As his command of language got better, he began to speak of a previous life in Pilibhit. He said his name had been Laxmi Narain, and his uncle, a wealth landowner, was named Har Narain.
At about age four, Chand’s father took Bishen and his brother to a wedding in a town beyond Pilibhit. On the return trip, when Pilibhit was announced, Bishen demanded to get off the train. Bishen cried when his father refused.
Sometime later, word of Bishen’s behaviour reached a lawyer, K.K.N. Sahay, who was already investigating a reincarnation case involving his own son. After having interviewed Bishen, Sahay persuaded Bishen’s father to visit Pilibhit to verify the claims. This was done on August 1, 1926. Arriving there Bishen correctly identified places and people and made statements about his former life in Pilibhit. Those statements corresponded correctly to the life of Laxmi Narain, who had died in 1918, two years before Bishen was born.
Sahay’s report was published in 1927. From 1964-1971, Professor Ian Stevenson did several interviews with Bishen and surviving members of both families. All the additional interviews confirmed and supplemented the original material reported by Sahay.
Judging by Sahay’s report, Bishen Chand was impressively accurate in his initial (early bird) statements as well as those made on the August 1 visit to Pilibhit. His statements as to caste, education, languages, housing, habits (such as girls and wine), and when asked for the name of his favourite prostitute, Bishen reluctantly named her correctly.
When interviewed by Laxmi Narain’s mother, Bishen gave additional details that convinced her that he was Laxmi returned. The details involved some rotten food that he had refused to eat and the mother verified it.
When Bishen was given a pair of tablas (Indian drums) he immediately played them “with ease”. Tablas are very difficult to play well and Bishen had never seen them before. More impressive are the reports of linguistic competence, corresponding to Laxmi Narain’s competence in Urdu. Chand’s father reported that Bishen used two Urdu words that he had not been taught: one was the word for women’s quarters “masurate” and the other, a word for lock, “kafal”.
Bishen demonstrated some very adult behaviour similar to Laxmi Narain, such as drinking. Between the ages of 4-6, when caught drinking brandy, Bishen reportedly said, “I am used to drinking.” At the age five and a half, Bishen turned to his father one day and said, “Papa, why don’t you keep a mistress? You will have great pleasure from her.” During their first visit to Pilibhit, Bishen said to a police superintendent when asked about wife and children, “I had none; I was steeped in wine and women and never thought of marrying.”
Past Life Regression
Regression Therapy is a journey to heal the scars of the soul. Nothing is left out in uncovering the truth. The therapist is the guide, the client a companion in the journey into the inner wisdom and memories of the client.Baldwin, 1991
Past Life Regression is a therapeutic tool that can uncover and resolve events and patterns in past lives which influence a person’s behaviour, attitudes, relationships, phobias, addictions and virtually every aspect of his present life.
Presents-life conflicts and problem areas nearly always stem from traumatic events in earlier lives. The person’s present-life experience is contaminated and influenced by mental, emotional and physical residues retained from traumatic episodes in past incarnations.
Resolution of past-life trauma traumatic events and their residues can ease or even eliminate present-life issues and conflicts. The therapeutic values of Past Life Regression is to go to the root of present-life symptoms and problems, and eliminate residues and energy patterns from previous lives. The energetic release resulting from conflict-resolution can lead to healing of unreasonable anger and resentment, fear and terror, sadness and loss, guilt and remorse, victimisation, undelivered communication, unfulfilled expectations, attitudes and behaviours of other differences of all sorts.
Therefore, the objective of Past Life Regression is to enhance harmony in the present life by locating these past life traumas, unfinished business, and incompletions and eliminate any energy residue. Consequently the current life can be lived more fully and freely without the interference from the memories of past life experiences contaminating and distorting present experience, achieving and restoring prefect peace of body, mind and spirit.
Some of the problems that can be resolved through Regression Therapy are:
- Fears and phobias
- Blocked feelings
- Childhood trauma and abuse
- Chronic neck and back pain
- Issues of unworthiness and guilt
- Insecurity and poor self image
- Obsessive thoughts
- Alcoholism and other addictions
- Sexual intimacy
- Fertility and pregnancy
Regression therapy reaches further and heals deeper at the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels than most other therapeutic approaches. It unfreezes dense emotions and memories in a safe way so life changing healing can begin from within.
Past Lives Healing and Holy Fire® Reiki Healing Experiences
This is an amazing workshop that combines the benefits of Past Life Regression and Holy Fire® Reiki energy. It is a good combination of theory and practice and includes a presentation that will allow you to receive answers to many of the questions we ask about past lives. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to experience in person the entry into past lives memories through a group regression.
The focus of the day is to work ultimately on the healing of the participant’s soul. The group experiences offered work on all energetic levels – mind, body and soul. They provide integration, alignment of energies and full healing by going to the source issue. The direct practical experience facilitates healing, personal and spiritual transformation.
We call these guided meditations Experiences because the teacher doesn’t actually guide them. The teacher simply presents a short guided meditation to get the students into a receptive state of mind and then stops talking. At this point the Holy Fire® energy takes over, if it hasn’t already done so, and takes the participant through the experience.
An important difference with guided meditations is that the Holy Fire® comes directly from the Source of Infinite Consciousness and isn’t limited by the lower vibration of the teacher. Because of this, the experiences provided are of a higher vibration and are more effective, creating greater feelings of joy, peace, love, gratitude and so forth in the participant.
Experiences are included in all Holy Fire® Reiki classes, however some these Experiences can also be used at a group meditation to give people an experience of Holy Fire®. In this workshop we will use Holy Fire® Healing experiences to heal and transform past lives that will be presented to participants.
Giancarlo is a qualified Usui/Holy Fire® III, Karuna Reiki® Master Teacher and a Healing Consultant of the prestigious College of Psychic Studies in South Kensington, London.
Giancarlo is also a qualified Spiritual Healer of the College of Psychic Studies in London, a Spiritual Counsellor, a Spiritual Mentor and a Past Life Regression Therapist. He teaches courses and workshops in the UK and overseas and also runs a private practice in London.
Dr Giancarlo Serra
Usui/Holy Fire® III, Karuna Reiki® Master Teacher
T: +44 77 8649 7360
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