By: Michelle Beaudry
As seen on Oprah on May 14 and June 17, 2008, experiencing your past lives may resolve the issues you face in this one. And this holds true whether past lives are real or not. No one can absolutely prove the de facto reality of past lives, yet even when they are metaphors created by your imagination, they routinely point the way to the resolution of your problems. And that makes them worth doing.
Let us use Oprah's May 14th example of the funeral director whose issues with his sister leaped forward in a wondrously positive way after his regression work with Dr. Brian Weiss. The tears shed by the director over the events of a past life during which he recognized his sister as a rape victim that he could not save, resulted in a change of heart for him. The contention between them lessened, and his current life eased. He got results. His life improved.
This means that even if he imagined the whole thing, he still got the exact help he needed. The experience resolved his issue, and he was extremely grateful to Oprah, the hypnotist, and everyone involved.
My years of helping people using past lives, among other equally effective techniques, allows me to assure you that if nothing else, experiencing past lives has one grand, categorial positive benefit for every single person who does it: it makes you stop taking your current life so personally. And if you do indeed take your life too personally, like overreacting to everything that happens, then past life regression can help you. Right now. Today.
Are you a drama queen? Are you forever fighting with family, friends, neighbors, exlovers, or coworkers? Do other people roll their eyes when you walk into the room? Then maybe it is time that you engaged in a little healthy detachment from your real life soap opera. Maybe it is time you stopped spinning and started forgiving. Maybe past life regression is perfect for you.
Think of past life work as a trip to your personal spiritual library, a serious personal search for deeply emotional data, a means of getting information that will expressly help you understand your situation with greater compassion for everyone involved. The simple truth is that you may simply be so overwhelmed with emotion every day that you can not answer the basic question of why your life is the way it is. And whether past lives are real history, metaphorical projections, or imagined fantasies, they are point blank insightful. You will learn from them, because you and you alone are responsible for what they reveal.
As seen on Oprah, the hypnotist never tells you where you are or when, you tell us. We hypnotists never fill in your blanks, we listen and prompt for greater detail. You are in charge of your session. We just help you get to the answers you seek.
And, for the record, over the years of my professional practice, I have seen a remarkable occurence over and over: some of my clients with no belief at all in past lives have spontaneously found themselves experiencing exactly that, a past life, upon being instructed to go to the origin of their issue. And this without the subject of past lives having ever come up beforehand between us at any time. Startling, yes, but quite true.
Past life regression work can easily be done by telephone. Surprised? If so, you might believe the myth that the hypnotic state is created using the eyes. It is not. Kindly dismiss all those ill-informed Hollywood films, as not one of those ridiculous movies has ever accurately portrayed what clinical hypnosis is, how it works, or why. The plain truth is that hypnosis is primarily induced through the hypnotist's voice, so it makes no difference whether their office happens to be right up your street. Your friendly neighborhood past lives specialist is only a phone call away.
You can get the answers you seek in just a few sessions, maybe in just one. Consider visiting a few of your past lives. As Dr. Oz noticed, it just might improve your current one.
Board certified clinical hypnotist Michelle Beaudry takes clients in person and by telephone from her office near Orlando, Florida. 407 862-9144, firstname.lastname@example.org .