It is no exaggeration to say that there are among my clients those whose whole life orientation has been changed by only one or two past life sessions. The opportunity to confront one’s true self, naked and unadorned, to see the essence of one’s “stuckness” in even a single story, is unparalleled in any other psychological discipline that I know.
— Roger J. Woolger, Ph.D., author of "Other Lives, Other Selves: A Jungian Psychotherapist Discovers Past Lives"

Past Life Regression Therapy is perhaps the most powerful modality I have experienced personally. I’ve yet to end a client session without feeling inspired and amazed by the depth of learning from just one session. The results are undeniable. And you can benefit from this therapy whether you believe in reincarnation or not.

A Past Life Regression is a specific type of hypnotherapy session in which the client explores memories from a prior incarnation in order to heal or shed light on something in their current life. Past Life Regressions offer an opportunity to explore themes in our current lives by going straight to the source. The results are the release of limiting beliefs, shifts in relationship dynamics, and changes in patterns that may be holding us back from peace, happiness, or our full potential. 

How can I benefit from a Past Life Regression?

Below are just a few examples of topics you may choose to explore:

  • Discover your life’s purpose

  • Work through unconscious blocks

  • Release negative or unhealthy thought/behavior patterns

  • Explore a specific relationship with someone, or relationship patterns in your life

  • Explore something you experience as a challenge in your current life (e.g., fears, phobias, obsessions, health issues)

  • Explore your spirituality

  • Grief, loss, death and dying (many people say that they no longer fear death after their session)

What is a Past Life Regression like?

If you have experienced hypnotherapy before, you’ll notice many similarities to a past life regression. You typically begin and end sessions with guided imagery to come in and out of trance. Exploring a past life is a unique experience. It feels a bit like a journey. You’re often picking up information in little bits at a time, so it’s helpful to suspend judgement and analysis and just go along for the ride. The more you go with it, the easier it’ll be for you.

You’ll find yourself in a memory and you’ll discover as much as possible about that place and time. Some clients go back to a childhood memory from their current life; this happens when the source of the problem resides in this lifetime and not in prior incarnations.

If you go to a past life memory, I’ll guide you through the exploration of that lifetime: the time and location, your work, relationships and challenges, death and interlife (the space between lives). It’s important to know that you won’t have to experience anything physically painful, but the death is important to go through, since there are often links to our current lives. In the interlife, you’ll gain insights into that lifetime’s lessons, how it relates to your life now, and the best way to integrate your experience.

The awareness and learnings from a past life regression are often life-changing. What most people notice is that they continue to process the experience for days or even weeks afterwards. The learning and awareness may be more intense and have a major impact on their lives.

Just like hypnosis, anyone can experience a Past Life Regression. There are no requirements, other than being open to the experience. If you’ve experienced hypnotherapy before it’ll be easier for you, although it’s not required.

What’s really happening? What if I don’t believe in past lives?

It’s not necessary to believe in past lives or reincarnation for someone to have a helpful session. People who don’t believe in reincarnation, or aren’t sure of their beliefs have had life-changing experiences. The best part about this type of therapy is that it just simply works, and it’s up to each client to make sense of it themselves.

There are several theories about this phenomenon, and what is actually happening. Only one of those theories explains Past Life Regression Therapy as an experience of an actual past life memory. Here are a few other theories to give you an idea of what’s out there:

  • It’s just your imagination.

  • Similar to other hypnotherapy experiences, the subconscious uses metaphor to communicate with your conscious mind so that you can understand something at a deeper level and heal.

  • We have archetypes in our culture that are embedded into our subconscious and they play out as memories

  • Cryptoamnesia - we have so much information streaming into our experience that we don’t always realize what we absorb. Therefore, if we experience memories of ourselves in ancient Greece, it could be because somewhere in our lives we studied about those times or absorbed information about that period through television, news, books, conversations with others, etc.

How can I learn more?

Contact me if you’d like to set-up a complimentary consult to determine if Past Life Regression Therapy would be a good fit for your personal or business goals.

There are many books on this subject. If this is completely new to you, I would suggest starting with Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr. Brian L. Weiss. His books are the most accessible to non-therapists, and they’re quick reads. In this book, Dr. Weiss describes his own progression from skeptic to believer as one of his clients unexpectedly experiences a past life during their session. I have trained with Brian Weiss and am in gratitude to him for his courage in sharing his experience at a time in which this topic seemed crazy to most westerners.

To learn more about the various ways in which Past Life Regression Therapy can be utilized, or to read interesting case studies: Other Lives, Other Selves by Roger J. Woolger, Ph.D. and Soul Echoes by Thelma L. Freedman, Ph.D.

I’m ready to book a Past Life Regression!

Each past life regression session runs for 2 hours. This also includes a 30 minute phone call to debrief approximately 1 week after your session.