Why would you want to explore a past life when you have plenty to deal with in this life time? It's a question I often hear and I totally get it. Our history is scattered with trauma, pain, loss and betrayal. Whether it's in this lifetime, or another, those experiences need to be processed and accepted. That will take plenty of your time, it's certainly taken a fair chunk of mine.
But what about when you have trouble breaking a repetitive pattern or difficulty healing a phobia or relationship issue? Maybe it's a fertility issue you haven't been able to heal, a pervasive sadness that wont go away or an inability to begin your spiritual work. From fear of loud noises, disliking a colleague and strange rashes to claustrophobia, anxiety in boats and anger at religion, past life regression can have you arriving into the original story where these issues began.
Once important events have been explored you can be supported to resolve the associated issues that are holding you back in your life today. When we die we take our unresolved emotions and thoughts with us. The anger, guilt, resentment or fear we're holding will eventually draw us to choose to reincarnate so we can attempt to make peace with them. We don't always get that down in one lifetime though, I've discovered we are slow to learn - we can do numerous lifetimes on the very same theme.
Entering an altered state to access memories and information from the rich storehouse of our unconscious mind is a fascinating journey that I've seen bring transformation to hundreds of people, including myself. My most rewarding personal shift happened after I experienced three miscarriages in a row. I discovered an awful pregnancy trauma in another time and released the stored energy of the emotions and thoughts I was deeply holding. I became pregnant only weeks later, stayed pregnant and gave birth to my beautiful son.
Any type of regressive work, whether it is this lifetime or another, can be powerful and transformational. It takes bravery and courage to explore what is not conscious in the name of healing.
So yes, making peace with your past in this life is absolutely necessary if you are wanting a happier life. When you feel drawn to explore other times, places or dimensions to get to the root of that which isn't healing or see what's ready to be made conscious then past life regression might be a pleasantly surprisingly experience for you. There's an added bonus of an expanded awareness of the greater reality of life here on Earth too!
When we discover that we've all played a variety of roles, not all of them pretty, it brings a greater acceptance of humanity in all it's flaws. This is another gift of this work. Less judgement means a more peaceful planet.
wishing you peace with all of your past
Image Robin Stuart