Thursday, May 22, 2008

How To Explore Your Past Lives

by LINDA PRESTON

HOW TO EXPLORE YOUR PAST LIVES
You only live once....or do you?

You might like to consider the idea that in every one of us are the memories and events of many former lifetimes.

Just as a child's earliest experiences have a deep influence on later adult life, so too the stored knowledge of past lives may contribute to and affect our present choices and decisions: our present is forever bound to the past.

Many people have found by exploring past lives it can help to:- Reveal the causes of unnatural fears or phobias i.e. fear of heights, of water, of animals etc.

Reveal the causes of physical or emotional illnesses

Discover previous love relationships partners (you may be with them now in this life, having found each other again!)

Rid yourself of the negative elements of past lives, which may hinder your spiritual growth and contentment in this life.

Whilst it is possible to seek knowledge of past lives by visiting therapists who specialize in this area, you may prefer to begin your journey of self-discovery by working alone.


GUIDELINES FOR SUCCESS

The following guidelines will ensure your experience is safe & rewarding.

1. Do not ever enter self-exploration if you are feeling fear, whether it is of the experience itself or of some other situation in your life

2. Do not work on the past if your emotions in the present are confused. There will be too much colouring of past situations and distortions of truth may occur.

3. Do not work in an unfamiliar setting always explore the past from a place you know and trust.

4. Do not try to explore the past if you are on any long term medication.

Having satisfied yourself of the safety advice you can then progress on.

HOW TO BEGIN YOUR JOURNEY

1. You can enter an 'altered state' which will make it possible for you to begin your journey of exploration, by quietly meditating for several minutes and freeing your mind of all conscious thoughts.

2. As you enter into this state be willing to accept any information no matter in what form it may come to you. Many people receive images and symbols which gradually begin to tell a story.

3. Do not lie on your bed to undertake this exercise as it will trigger mechanism for sleep and different brain cells are stimulated and relaxed.

4. Try to establish a direction before you start i.e. if you are interested in knowing whether you lived in a certain place before, hold a picture in your hand of the area and as you regress yourself allow the connection to become clear.

5. Before you begin always establish a way of relieving yourself of emotional stress of a past situation that you may encounter i.e. you might want to tell yourself by uncurling your hand you are letting the emotion flow away from you.

6. See the experience as a learning situation. If you are not at first successful in establishing a contact with a past life - continue to practice. Some people find it harder than others.

7. Keep it light. The experience needs to be enjoyable not fraught

8. Always look back with the intention of finding the key to hidden talents, positive relationships and general knowledge about yourself that will help you live more fully in the present. Leave the heavy emotional stuff for professional consultations.

9. Experiment with different background sounds and music. You may find that a particular sound could trigger you easily into an altered state.

10. Record your experiences afterwards either in a journal or on a tape. Do it immediately as memories of previous lives can fade quickly once you have finished your session.

After you have finished review your notes or recording and then forget the experience until next time you practice.Whilst, past knowledge can be useful, we always need to be aware nothing is more important than focusing on and enjoying our present life.

copyright Linda Preston 2008

*** THIS ARTICLE MAY BE USED FREELY PROVIDED APPROPRIATE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ARE MADE

LINDA PRESTON WORKS AS A PROFESSIONAL PSYCHIC AND WRITER. SHE LIVES IN THE NW OF THE UK AND SHE CAN BE CONTACTED VIA HER WEBSITE AT http://www.psychiclinda.co.uk

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