Past Life Regression
The memories of the past life seem beyond the reach of our conscious mind.
The collective subconscious of Carl Jung theorizes that either because of heredity, or because of other phenomena unknown to us, there is a continuum of time and it can be reached by a special way results.
The procedure consists of a regression of the current and past life. Some people cannot remember their real life well, but, they can penetrate Dr Jung's continuum, entering the past lives hundreds or thousands of years ago.
Countless examples of the regressions into the past lives make the question of the reality of this phenomenon irrelevant. Whether it's a metaphor or just a fantasy, the number of witnesses is huge and the complications are not observed.
Without scientific evidence, past life regression is not a standard medical practice,however decades of my own practice have shown me that this is a powerful tool development of mindfulness and personal development. Quite frankly, I myself did not believe in the past life regression, but my practice of in the eighties puzzled me with inexplicable situations. First of all, one of my patients during the session of guided meditation spontaneously went into her past life and spoke in Icelandic language.During the session I lost communication with her, leaving her in the room until she woke up.
The second case, which influenced me very much, was one of the patients who was complaining of pain in his shoulder. In 1989 he required me to regress him to the past life. He often flew from Europe to Vancouver on business. He would usually stop In Toronto,where his parents lived, Tired from the flight, he was relaxing in my office. He had chronic shoulder pain. The prognosis of his orthopaedic surgeon was hopeless: the operation wouldn’t help. One day, he decided to spend a week in Toronto, came to me not being tired, and told me that he wanted "a trip to the past life regardless how much it would cost"
During the sixth or seventh session of past life regression, he saw himself at the eighteen century Paris fighting with someone in the bar. The sword pierced his right shoulder. The pain was excruciating. During the session, tears poured from his eyes. He got up and left without saying goodbye.
Two weeks later he called me: "this is Stephen, the patient with shoulder pain, I'm very sorry for my behaviour. After that session, the pain completely disappeared."
I never thought that in my personal destiny regression of the past life will play any role, but it did.
"Stuck in twenty" is the book published last year with the help of Amazon.com (2016), which describes the real situation that happened to me and served as the basis for the book.
In a small town near Kiev lived a girl who dreamed of becoming a doctor. She studied well, and when she graduated from high school she entered the Medical University. She was very attractive. Many young men wished to date her. But she was bored in these relationships. Often, in a dream, she saw a man who was her husband. no one looking like him ever came into her life.
At the third year of the medical school in her free time she helped professor of neurology conduct regressions of the past life in her patients. She was always delighted with the results of this procedure, so in the three years she learned to do it professionally. One day, Natalia asked professor about her obsessive dreams where she saw her husband. She told her about sadness and boredom she usually feels from other men, about her loneliness even in the large companies of the friends.
Professor offered Natalia to do past life regression. During one of the sessions Natalia clearly saw the man from her dreams.
State exams came up. Days and nights she was preparing for this important event, not seeing friends and not being at parties. One day, the phone rang. It was Peter, her father's partner from Canada. He told her bout his doctor, Sava, (the character in the book,which was adapted from Dr. Alex Rivlin)who was practicing age regression. Peter asked Natalia permission to give his physician her Skype address. "It would be ,probably, interesting for you to speak with him" he told Natalia.
She agreed. When Sava appeared on Skype, she nearly lost consciousness. It was her husband from her dreams and from the past life's regression. They talked for four or five hours. The next day he phoned again, and again they could not stop the conversation. Both had a strange feeling that they always have known each other .
Natalia new that Sava was older than she was. However, after looking at the information on Skype and seeing his age, 69, she was frightened.
Despite this, they decided to meet. They met in Cuba, then in Lviv. They were well together. He decided to marry her.
In reality now, four years later, they live in Toronto, Canada. Their son, Simeon, is two and a half years old.