Journey into the Past
The stories that emerge in these regressions are as varied as there are people in the world - and each person often has many more than just one story waiting to emerge, so frequently we are not talking about one past life, but many past lives.
Here are a few examples:
- Medieval Europe, a village with town square - as a young lad
- Italy, Borgia corruption and conspiracy - as a trainee monk
- Unknown island nation, early Phoenician period - a leader of state
- Frontier Virginia - as a native American
- Norse longboat, as a Viking sailor
- England - Ship's captain - pre, during, and after battle
- China - Merchant's daughter, isolated from other people
- Italy - Painter, student of Raphael
- Turkey - Cobbler of ancient shoe design, 3000 to 4000 BC
Each location is then part of a rich and detailed - and relevant - story. For example, in the last tale the cobbler's shoe was described at length:
... a piece of leather, cut around the shape of the foot and then sewn up the middle. It was particularly useful in the mountainous stony terrain and 'allowed the shepherds to spend longer out in the cold, as it kept their feet protected'.Detailed descriptions like this of clothing, or of buildings and such can be fascinating as it often points to tantalising evidence, but the next layer of the regression is where big changes can be brought to the personal awareness and experiences for the current lifetime. Momentous events, or small, interpersonal dynamics hold equal sway in the shaping and etching of a person's soul, and the lessons learned in that lifetime may have been both easy or troublesome to integrate. Revisiting some of these scenes has a powerful effect on the current life, allowing an overview that brings insights that are as surprising as much as they are practical and profound.