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Originally posted by xynephadyn
I am a past life therapist, and have done over 50 past life regressions.
As with anyone, we all have the capacity to have held a past life or fame or complete Anonymity. I have had both.
My most recent past life, involved a life as a female in California in the 60's where I attended Stanford University and died shortly after graduating college. It is most apparant in my interest and love of 1960's and 1970's vintage collectibles, fondness of the music, and the essence of that era.
Prior to that, I was a child in early america, at the turn of the century. I was born in Savannah Georgia to a prominant doctor, I was an only child. Unfortunately I died of a childhood disease. However, I do remember fondly the St. Louis Worlds Fair. My passion for the Victorian Era is ever present in my life. I am an avid Antique Collector and have Victorian period furniture in every room in my house. I also have a passion for Victorian, Queen Anne style homes, and plan on own one someday.
Previous to that life, I lived in Victorian England where I was married to a Businessman, and had a very abusive life with a cruel man. We were wealthy but I was very unhappy. I committed suicide in the 1890's.
My most famous past life, and I know this is going to be met with all kinds of scrutiny, but I dont care- I was Queen Elizabeth. My connections with Elizabeth have always been there, I just never noticed until I had another psychic point it out that I was Queen Elizabeth. And after that revelation, the memories, the evidence was all right there. I am passionate about London (traveled there twice) and England is my true home, as I always have. When visiting the Tower of London, I had this enormous feeling that I had been there before. As well as my fascination and utter connection to Westminster Abbey. The last time I visited London I had no knowledge of my past life as Queen Elizabeth. And I hope that when I return, with my knowledge, that things will be ampliphied for me.
There, I was extremely close with John Dee who happens to be my current husband in this life.
I never brag, and if anything feel the humblest humility regarding that tragic life that I held as Queen Elizabeth. I wasn't happy, I was always stressed out, and I was- truthfully very frigid. I had to be. Rereading journals that I wrote, back then- so similiarily reflect my writing style and emotions that I still hold inside of me.
My hopes with sharing this experience, is that the non believers can step outside of their box claiming that "everybody" claims that they were someone important. Because that simply isnt so. Even still- if reincarnation exists, somebody was Queen Elizabeth- and truthfully Ive never encountered anyone who claimed to be her with any validity. I am still not 100% convinced that souls don't share lives, separate, etc.. This can attest for why several people believe that they were a particular person in time.
Originally posted by _Phoenix_
I don't think I know of any past lives. How would you even find out?
Althought I've had strange dreams of being in love with a girl, and feeling it so much, being in love like I haven't in this life so far. So powerful!
Anyway plutoxgirl please tell me about what you feel was your past life.
ediy: oh looks like you just did! haha
[edit on 6-6-2009 by _Phoenix_]
Originally posted by plutoxgirl
Aaww! that's lovely Phoenix - Do you think you know this person in this current life? -Have you seen yourself in this dream?
It could very well be a past life memory, who knows.
Originally posted by impaired
This is an awesome thread, folks!
I can't say that I have had any memories myself, but I believe in reincarnation 101%. I just may need regression, that's all.
But anyway, I just wanted to ask everyone: Have any of you ever tried to look up any of your past lives through records somehow? I'm talking more in the past 100 years. That would be easier. Would be mindblowing to find an article or a picture from like 70 years ago, huh?