What is Past Life Regression?

Past life regression is a form of therapy that aims to access and explore past lives that an individual may have experienced. It is based on the belief that people have lived previous lives and that exploring these past lives can help individuals gain insight and understanding about their current life challenges, relationships, and personal characteristics.

Past Life Regression Therapy

People are drawn to past life regression for many reasons. You might want to explore your past lives because you find it intriguing to see yourself as someone different. A more compelling reason for Past Life Regression may be that you want to regress for therapeutic reasons. Many emotional problems and conflicts are quickly and effectively resolved by regressing to past lifetimes to release old beliefs and blocks that no longer serve you in your current lifetime.

What Happens In A Session?

During a past life regression session, you are guided into deep relaxation and hypnosis. You are then encouraged to recall memories and experiences from past lives, which may be experienced as vivid visual images, sounds, emotions, or physical sensations. 

Past life regression therapy aims to help you gain a deeper understanding of their current life and to identify and release any unresolved emotional or psychological issues that may have originated from past lives. This therapy often addresses phobias, relationship problems, chronic pain, and emotional distress. 

Why Have Past Life Therapy?

The majority of people who book a PLR session are curious to discover who they where in past lives. For others, there could be deep seated emotions that are affecting their present lives, and feel they keep repeating certain patterns of have an unexplained fear or phobia. By following the regression process it can help release these subconscious belief and emotions. 

Past Life Regression Session

Sessions consist of a full consultation discussing current issues and key people in your life. You then lay fully clothed under a blanket on the couch, with the regression taking 45 - 60 minutes. The session is an hour and a half long. 

Investment £95

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