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"A man of meditatioN is happy, not for an hour or a day, but quite round the circle of all his years."

- Isaac Taylor

Q1. How does Past-Life-Regression help me to overcome the problems being faced by me at present?
A1.
We are the sum total of all the experiences of all our past lives. The effects of your past actions will be felt by you in your present. Almost all of the problems being faced now (health problems, psychosomatic diseases, relationship issues, recurring negative patterns in life situations, lack of clarity about the purpose of your life, stagnation in spiritual growth etc.) have their root causes in past lives. Past-Life-Regression works on the principle of cause and effect and helps removes the effects by addressing the root causes. By going to a root cause and understanding how it has affected the present, profound natural healing takes place automatically. Past-Life-Regression works simultaneously on Body, Mind, Intellect, and Spirit and heals at all levels.

Q2. Is Past-Life-Regression a form of Hypnotism?
A2. Past-Life-Regression is not a form of Hypnotism. Though it is commonly believed that Past-Life-Regression is achieved only through hypnosis, hypnosis is just one of the many techniques of Past-Life-Regression. The techniques are as follows:
Hypnosis
Non-Hypnotic Techniques
Bridge techniques
- Affect bridge technique
- Somatic bridge technique
- Linguistic bridge technique
- Visual bridge technique

Spontaneous recall
Dreams
Meditation
The techniques used for Past-Life-Regression for a particular individual are those that are best suited to that individual.

Q3. If the person regressed sees something traumatic or unpleasant; will it not have a negative impact?
A3.
There is an old saying - "To relive is to relieve". Once a traumatic or unpleasant situation is relived during the regression, it results in greater understanding at deeper levels of the psyche. In fact, it is trauma that is buried deep inside our subconscious that is the cause of many unexplainable problems faced in this lifetime. Therefore, once the buried trauma is brought to the conscious awareness through regression, the problems start mitigating automatically and naturally.

Q4. Is it possible that a person undergoing Past-Life-Regression gets stuck in the trance state and cannot come back to normal waking consciousness?
A4.
A person undergoing Past-Life-Regression always comes back to normal waking consciousness however deep the trance is. This is in much the same way as a person having a dream always wakes up! Past-Life-Regression is an altered state of consciousness similar to a dream state wherein hitherto inaccessible memories are accessed.

Q5. If we really had past-lives, would we not remember them automatically?
A5.
In reality there are many an occasion when we 'remember' our past lives. At times, these remembrances occur spontaneously. On many other occasions, certain external events or stimulus can act as a trigger and the memory of our past life/lives surfaces. This could happen for instance:
a)When you meet someone for the first time but you get the uncanny feeling that you know that person extremely well.
b)While visiting a foreign country for the first time and knowing where a building or road is.
c) When you are in a situation and get a feeling that you have been in exactly the same situation in the past though you have no evidence of such a situation in this lifetime.
d)When you meet a person for the first time and have an immediate feeling of lack of trust for the person.
e)When you meet a person for the first time and you get the feeling of immense love for and emotional attachment to that person (this is commonly known as love at first sight).
f)When as child you used to have (you may still have them) memories of having lived in a different place in a different family and in different life circumstances. The narration of such experiences usually fell on deaf ears and you were gradually conditioned to believe that those past-life experiences and memories of those past-life experiences were not valid.
There are many other ways in which situations in this lifetime trigger our past-life memories. Most of us, however, are conditioned to ignore those subtle intuitive messages.


Q6. If I undergo a Past-Life-regression Session and experience one or more past-lives, will I be able to remember the experience after the session is over?
A6.
Yes. However, the clarity with which you remember may vary from person to person and session to session. The experience becomes a part of you and sometimes, more memories are triggered after the session resulting in spontaneous recall of past lives.

Q7. How many sessions do I need to take?
A7.
We recommend three sessions for adequate level of clarity to be achieved. However, this is not a hard and fast rule and the actual number of sessions required varies based on the complexity of the issues to be resolved. We normally review the situation after the first session. If the response is good, then we go ahead with the second and third sessions on consecutive days (only one session can be given per day). If not, a gap of at least one month is given after which sessions can be taken again. During this period, you will be required to practice meditation, which helps to open you up and clear the blocks that might be preventing you from experiencing your past lives.

Q8. Is there any age limit for a person to undergo Past-Life-Regression?
A8.
There is no rigid age limit. However we prefer that children are at least 12 years old. It is important to be able to hear the therapist clearly, follow instructions and explain what you are experiencing.

Q9. I do not have any specific problem. However, I am curious to know my past-lives. Is it still all right to undergo Past-Life-Regression?
A9.
Curiosity is as good a reason any other! However, in our experience, we have observed that many people who come to us thinking initially that have no issues actually realize that they do have significant issues to be resolved. Past-Life-Regression helps to resolve such issues and gain clarity about the purpose of your life.

Q10. My child is a spastic. How will I be able to find out the root cause through past life regression?
A10.
It may not be possible to regress the child. However, it would be immensely beneficial if one or both of the parents undergo past-life-regression. This would provide a lot of clarity and understanding about why the child has chosen the disability in this life and also why, as parents, you have chosen to this particular life-situation.

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