Originally posted by OrionTri
reply to post by woodwytch
I feel i have a connection to alot of asian traditions (yes, i know that covers alot ), i may of been a monk in a past life! I'd love to
have a reading on that, but i've never been too sure on those type of readings.
Hey there OrionTri,
Thanks for the reply and information about the Purple Clouds / Crystal Caves etc ... and I'm sure you're absolutely correct ... there will be a
multitude of secrets hidden there or thereabouts ... I'm pretty certain that's why the ancients will have chosen the location in the first place.
The way the WuDang Peak reaches into the sky like it does, reminded me a little bit of Machu Piccu in Peru, where the ancients also built a sacred
One of the things I'm working on / writing about, at the moment (in 'The Atlantean Analysis' - see signature), concerns the links between all
ancient civilizations ... this might just be another one to add to my ever increasing collection.
(Note to self ... do a bit more research on this location)
As for the potential pastlife connection with Asian traditions you may well be right.
Having a passionate interest about a specific historical time period / location etc ... is one of the more obvious indicators ... although not always
a guarantee that your soul has had an incarnation at such a time ... and in such a place.
Discovering details about your pastlives (either spontaneously as I did ... or via regression therapy), is in most cases very productive ... insomuch
that it helps you to understand your 'being' at a deeper level (what makes you tick ... and why) !
However, one of my pet-peeves (as a Past-life Regression Therapist), and one that set-off alarm bells when you used the term ... is 'Past-life
Ok, I know these things exist via the Tarot - I have read the Tarot myself for over 20yrs - so I know how this works and it is an acceptable method
... but a minor method (as far as past-life recall is concerned).
But the thing that makes me angry, is when I have a client contact me in person / on my website / by phone to discuss Regression Therapy ... and says
something like ...
'I have been regressed before ... and I was told
that I was a **** (fill-in the blank) who lived in **** (fill-in the blank) !!!
Now ... whilst I admit that on occasion I have met someone (not necessarily a client) ... and had 'flashes' of one of their previous lifetimes. But
it would be totally unethical of me to tell
them what I'd seen ... because that would serve no theraputic purpose to the development of the
person involved whatsoever. They need to recall the memories themselves in an effort to further their personal understanding and spiritual
And that is why ... in spite of the fact that Past-life Regression is quite popular at the moment - the way that fanciful trends often are - not least
because it has been embraced with open arms by the New-Age movement (probably because it has been embraced with open arms by the New-Age movement
... that I approach the subject from a psychological standpoint (the 'alternative' options leave me cold *shivers).
After my own 'spontaneous' experience(s), I studied Applied Psychology in an effort to understand how the human mind worked (oh $h!t the nerds back)
!!! And to see how these Past-life Memories could be accessed without the risk of subliminal suggestions being planted (intentionally or otherwise) by
the therapist, which would inevitabley create 'false-memory' ... after all, that would defeat the whole object wouldn't it.
That's why, when I became a Past-life Regression Therapist, I developed my own technique for helping clients retrieve their PLM's that does not use
hypnosis. As a result the memories are 'cleaner' and the client is aware of what they said during the session and doesn't have to rely soley on
listening to the recording of that session (win win situaion).
Over the last 16+yrs that I've used this method it's proven to be very successful ... by the fact that throughout those years and the hundreds of
people that I've regressed ... I've only ever had 4 people who could not recall any pastlife memories ... we concluded that maybe this was their
'first-time' and they had no past-lives to recall (???) It's plausible !
So, after I have droned on for far too many paragraphs ... I will now step off my soapbox and just say that if you ever decide to discover your
past-lives ... choose a regression therapist as opposed to a person who 'reads' your pastlives ... and find a reputable regression therapist
(research previous clients and find-out how their sessions went) remember ... these people are accessing the most vunerable depths of your mind and
should handle it with care and respect.
That said ... and not being biased at all ... I highly recommend PLRT, you will be amazed at the person you can become by having that extra knowledge
and understanding ... not just of yourself ... but everyone around you.
Finally, I recommend to anyone who does undergo PLRT ... research ... research ... research ... as much as you can from the things you recall. It's
so much easier to do that nowadays ... but when I recalled my first pastlife memories I had to do it the old fashioned way ... through libraries and
record offices etc.
But it was so worth the hard work because I was able to confirm locations / events / and at least half a dozen names that I'd recalled ... it really
is an amazing experience ... and one that personally changed my life and opened the door for a vast array of new experiences that followed.
Obviously not everyone has such an intense ... life-changing effect after recalling their pastlives ... but it will definately be like switching the
light on in a darkened room.
OMG I'm so sorry to have gone on so much ... it's just a subject that I'm totally passionate about (you probably guessed that already).