Can't tell if past life regression worked or it was just my imagination?
How to tell the difference
- ArtemisLv 76 years agoBest Answer
PLR has helped heal thousands of people. It sounds real to me.
" For several decades increasing numbers of psychologists and psychotherapists have found that a host of human ills are treatable through past-life regression.
For example, clinical psychologist and noted past-life therapist Edith Fiore has found that many eating disorders appear to be connected to past-life causes. In one instance Fiore regressed a woman whose craving for salty foods had left her with dangerously high blood pressure and discovered that in a previous life the woman had been a native American boy who had starved to death when his tribe ran out of salt to cure their meat. Another man who had an uncontrollable craving for chocolate whenever the weather got cold discovered that he had been given a cup of hot chocolate in a past life after he had nearly frozen to death.
Fiore states: "I now find that almost all patients with chronic weight excess of ten pounds or more have had a lifetime in which they either starved to death or suffered food deprivation for long periods. I've met 'aborigines,' 'American Indians,' 'natives' of deep Africa and people from many countries who found themselves without food and often water. Starvation in past lives continues to affect the person in the present one, resulting in a compulsion to overeat. One woman patient who had a persistent fluid-retention problem—found herself, several lifetimes ago, dying from dehydration and starvation, as well as smallpox.
Eating disorders are not the only problems researchers have connected to past-life causes. Other ills that various past- life therapists have reported include alcoholism, cigarette smoking, and other drug addictions, allergies, arthritis, asthma, cancer, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, eye problems, fears, phobias, and obsessions, headaches and other body pains, hyperactivity and childhood autism, insomnia, multiple personalities, relationship problems and child abuse, sexual dysfunctions, stress, and nervousness.
Most exciting of all, past-life therapists from around the world report that in many cases the unearthing of the memories responsible for these disorders alleviates them. An incident encountered by Dr. Stanislav Grof, chief of psychiatric research at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center and assistant professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, provides a typical example. For years a patient Dr. Grof calls Norbert suffered from severe pains in his shoulder and pectoral muscles. Norbert, a psychologist and minister by profession, sought all manner of professional help, but after repeated medical examinations no source for his problem could be discovered. Finally, in desperation Norbert sought Dr. Grof's help.
Dr. Grof, a longtime researcher in the past-life phenomenon, decided to place Norbert in a state of past-life awareness. After being regressed, Norbert suddenly found himself in the midst of a military battle. From the uniforms the soldiers were wearing, Norbert was even able to identify the melee as one of the battles in Cromwell's England. Suddenly, as Norbert watched the flurry of soldiers around him, he felt a sharp pain and realized that his chest had been pierced by a lance. At last he had found the cause of his mysterious affliction and after regaining consciousness he discovered that his chronic shoulder pains had vanished."
Your past lives - Michael Talbot
“Many of my patients who have recalled such past life memories have experienced dramatic diminishing and even disappearance of their chronic health issues.
For example, I regressed a fifty year old South American woman who suffered from profound claustrophobia; a fear of being trapped is small enclosed spaces. She had been afflicted with this phobia ever since her childhood. In her regression, she remembered a past life where she was entombed alive as a slave in ancient Egypt. It was the custom for some slaves to be buried alive with the noble so that they could serve him in the afterlife. The slaves were given a poison to ingest before they suffocated in the small enclosed interior of the burial tomb. After this memory her claustrophobia disappeared and never returned.”
Messages from the masters – Dr Brian Weiss
A graduate of Columbia University and Yale Medical School, Brian L. Weiss M.D. is Chairman Emeritus of Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami.
- philosophyangelLv 76 years ago
You can't know for sure and memories--even memories of ordinary day to day life--are interpretive stories that change whenever they are recalled. They are actually not real precise snapshots of events that occur. A responsible hypnotist doing past life regression will bring you into a past life experience to guide you to a solution for your present life. The experience *hypothetically* could be a memory of past life OR it could be a metaphor that the mind thought up for creative problem solving and insights.Source(s): I am a consultant hypnotist
- Anonymous6 years ago
You'll never know what's your past life.
Only Satanists know their past life because they meditate & get help from the demons.
Read & Study www.joyofsatan.org if you want to become a Satanist.
If your scared of joining, then read www.exposingchristianity.com to know the truth about Jesus.
Satan is the truth.
Jesus is the lies.