Meanwhile, on stage, the drama goes on…
A regression made with a competent hypnotherapist will take us to two different places.
I believe that past life regression should be a compulsory part of every school curriculum worldwide. It should be considered as important as reading and writing! I believe that everyone should have had two or three regressions by the time they’re eighteen. This might sound a bit unexpected and a bit extreme, I know. But imagine for a moment the impact this experience would have on everyone’s tormented teenage years. And on everyone’s adult life after that. A regression made with a competent hypnotherapist will take us to two different places. One is our past lives, and that is already enough to put everything back into perspective; and the other one is the “place” for lack of a better word, between our lives. Backstage. There’s always some “space” between our lives, where we go back to our Source, our home if you will, where we recharge our batteries, reflect on what we’ve learnt, talk to our guides – yes, we all have guides – and prepare for the next life.
Once we see the place we all come from and remember what it feels like to be there, nothing in this life will scare us anymore.
Over here, we’re in an exciting, interactive video game, and of course, we want to survive, and score as high as possible, we want to win, we want to get better at it, have fun. We swear and sweat a lot, we get carried away, we get very passionate about it. And then, when the game is over, we simply take off our Virtual Reality headset and go back to this wonderful, luminous, happy place.
Now, exactly as it is true for our life on Earth, our soul goes through ages and stages too. Some souls are living their first few lives over here, some souls have been around for thousands of years and have gathered a huge amount of experience. We can get impatient and judgemental towards younger souls when we don’t know that we’re talking to a “child”. But when we are aware of the fact that souls are of different ages, we become a lot more patient and understanding.
We wouldn’t get mad at a three-year-old because they are not contributing to solving the environmental crisis. We know they’re only three years old, so we will appreciate their intelligence, we’ll support their growth, we’ll praise them for every little step forward. We will simply love them, knowing that over the next 40 years they might become great scientists or psychologists.
Exactly the same applies to young souls, with the big difference, that a young soul will live in a mature body at some stage… They’re young and inexperienced, and they’re scared, that’s why they are, for example, immature politicians, or friends, or bosses, or parents. When we’re aware of the fact that they are young, we won’t judge them too harshly or blame them for the things they do because we know that if they were able to do better, they would! We shouldn’t take offence at a young child’s behaviour, unless we’re young children ourselves.
But then, of course, we should make sure they cannot access the kitchen drawer with the big knives! That would be common sense, not lack of love. We should love all small children, cheer them on, and keep them safe – and ourselves safe from them.
If we’re a bit older now, let’s not forget the times when we were young too. And if we’re young, we should be able to rely on support from the ones who have been there before us. I’m hoping the time will come soon, where everyone will be aware of their real “age” and able to guess everyone else’s. When everyone will understand who they really are, understand that everyone else is going through the same process and might just be at a different stage, that every life is a facet in every soul’s and in the whole of humanity’s journey.
That’s unconditional love, and it leaves no space for fear. Understanding this, and learning to apply it to every area of our lives is, I believe, the biggest priority and challenge for humanity right now.
If you’re already familiar with the things I’m talking about in this article, you’ll probably agree with me, when I say that remembering our past lives would be a powerful remedy against fear and all forms of violence and abuse. If this is the first time you’re coming across these concepts, you might want to learn more about all of them. Or you might be wondering whether I’m completely mad and if there are other weirdos out there, talking about this stuff.
If you’re new to all of this, I would suggest you start with the book “Many Lives, Many Masters” by Brian Weiss. That’s the fascinating report on how a very skeptical, scientifically minded psychiatrist stumbled upon past life regression. The experience profoundly changed his outlook on life and his professional path, as well as many other people’s lives. If you enjoy this book, I suggest you choose his “Only Love Is Real” as a second read.
And then, if you want to go further, you’re good to read Michael Newton’s incredible book “Journey of Souls”, followed by his “Destiny of Souls”.
Maybe after that, you’ll want to check out the Newton Institute, subscribe to their quarterly newsletter, and who knows, perhaps find one of their certified therapists in your part of the world and have a look into the journey of your own soul.
 I’m not going to enter the discussion here, whether we should call it the unconscious or the subconscious. For more on that, please refer to https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/unconscious-or-subconscious-20100801255