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Past Life Regression 2.0

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posted on Aug, 10 2004 @ 09:50 AM
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rai76, drop me a line with the u2u feature that includes your e-mail.

[edit on 10-8-2004 by anjeeeee]




posted on Aug, 10 2004 @ 09:58 AM
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Gazrok, did you do anything to induce those dreams, or did they come to you naturally? I'd be interested in hearing how they came about, and how often they occur.



posted on Aug, 10 2004 @ 10:03 AM
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They came about naturally, but usually when I was facing something scary the next day. I think tapping into those moments of death was my body's way of preparing me for the stress...in effect saying, "you think THIS is bad, we've been through worse...see?"


At first, it would only be little snippets, then gradually more. The black soldier is likely one of, if not the most, recent, so it seems I can remember more about that one. But, at first, it too was just the image of lying on the grass, looking up at the sky, and seeing the helicopter blades. It's either Korea or Nam, but after further memories (usually in later dreams), I saw the faces of those chasing me, and they looked more Korean, than Vietnamese...



posted on Aug, 12 2004 @ 05:28 AM
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You know Gazrok..i'd bet that if you looked into those dreams more (if you haven't already), such as getting a professional opinion/analysis, or even getting someone to do a past life regression on you, you'd find out a lot more interesting stuff.

You already have an above average ammount of info to work with, why not take it a step further.


I always thought it'd be cool to do a sort of genealogy type thing, but instead of looking up your relatives, you'd look up your past lives and sort of make a time-line of your "full" life, for lack of better words.

**update** I've tried the program a few times but have been having trouble getting deep enough before he starts the 'journey'...it is getting easier each time, so with a few more shots i should hopefully be able to do it.



posted on Aug, 15 2004 @ 12:21 PM
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In the recycling system of our inteliigent enery known as a soul and tranferr a data of events which can be carried on body to body depending upon the outcome of the filteration in this recycling sytem.

We enter a body live and separate the body becomes earth and the soul or energy. In this transation the souls interact and intercounter other souls and can be compressed before it enters the body.
Therefore not only can you have your own journey experinces but many pieces of others.

And one of the only ways of triggering this communcation with your stored data is by having a displined life style to where you can communcate with not only your body but your inner system.

Have fun.. Remember



posted on Aug, 15 2004 @ 02:26 PM
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agggggghhhh, I can never get deep enough



posted on Feb, 18 2008 @ 07:39 PM
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I'm very interested in using this software. I can't u2u yet (lack of enough posts) but I'm getting there. If you see this before I hit 20 posts, which should be shortly, can you u2u me some details on this? Thanks.



posted on Feb, 19 2008 @ 11:40 AM
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Originally posted by orionthehunter
I've noticed that everyone seems to be someone famous in a past life. I've never heard anyone say they were just an average joe or even worse. They could have been a bloodthirsty murderer and thief. If someone remembered this, I don't think that would help them in this life.

I can just imagine telling someone through past life regression that I was a soldier and now remember 100 different ways to neutralize someone with my bare hands. How would someone like to remember killing someone from 150 years ago? Can past life regression bring back memories good and bad? It sounds a bit dangerous if you're not ready for it. I am curious about it though. Is it like hypnotism?


I went to a group past life regression session in December. It was the first of anything like that for me. The guide does pretty much what I guess this program does and just gets you relaxed and then guides you to a place. So just to let you know I wasn't anyone famous in it. I was a young Russian boy whose father had been killed by Russian troops. I saw myself running through a warzone of a city with destroyed buildings and broke into a military building frantically looking through records, convinced that my father's death was a setup. Soldier's broke through the door and lined me up with other prisoner's and shot me in the morning. It wasn't so jarring seeing yourself die as I might've thought.



posted on Feb, 20 2008 @ 12:26 PM
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if anyone knows any regression therapists in S.FLA please u2u me the info. I need some questions answered...



posted on Jul, 29 2008 @ 12:01 AM
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Greetings all,

I am a bit of a self styled shaman.
I have done several "past life" journeys for people.
I am posting this to offer my service free of charge to anyone of sound mind.

Blast me if you will, this is a for real offer.

A typical session:
sitting down and chatting for a bit (30-45 min)
listing to some American Indian chants
once you have faith in me I will regress you.

Yes, I use safe words (should you discover that you don't like the life you're viewing)



posted on Jul, 29 2008 @ 12:16 AM
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Useing my superior deductive skills.....I assume you are in Denver? Or are you located somewhere else?



To the poster who said that most people are famous: I just read that in actual studies on hypnotists that do past life regression, the vast majority are not people of any particular fame or fortune. Most people find that their past lives are just average joes and janes like now.

I find this to be a pretty interesting subject. I am curious if anyone actually gets any results with the software though.



posted on Jul, 29 2008 @ 11:55 AM
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That's a relief, Karlhungis. Reincarnation feels "right", you know? But it can get a snag whenever it seems like everyone is Shakespeare or Elvis or whoever.

Rather edgy about using that software myself...I'm a wimp.



posted on Jul, 29 2008 @ 03:12 PM
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Hey there Karlhungis,

You are exactly right ... most people recall very ordinary pastlives. However, there will usually be something amongst the mundane and everyday that serves a beneficial purpose to the persons current lifetime. This is true whether a person has decided to have regression therapy for therapeutic reasons or simple curiosity.

It always amazes me when I read about people being charged ridiculous amounts of money for PLRT (or any other therapy for that matter). Take the time to look around ... there are people out there who are not just in it for the money.

As for tapes and downloads ... two things I would warn against;

1/ Chances are people will not be able to access the right brainwave level (unless they are practiced in meditation) or they will consciously edit the images they retrieve and get distorted results.

2/ It is quite common for people to recall some disturbing or occasionally traumatic images during regression. With a therepist at hand this is monitored and the client is helped to access such memories whilst feeling safe. If this were to happen whilst using a tape etc on your own (even with a friend present), it could have psychological reprocussions.

If anyone is still determine to try this method BE CAREFUL ... and don't let the things you recall (if any) effect your present outlook ... chances are even if some of the data is real your conscious mind will have intruded to some degree and tainted the accuracy of said recall.

Woody



posted on Aug, 2 2008 @ 10:00 PM
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So did anyone get the software from the OP?

Has anyone had a chance to use it?



posted on Sep, 3 2008 @ 01:12 AM
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well the dates of many of these posts are from 2004, so I guess the OP forgot, ?

Anyway, I'm very interested in past-lives...but what i can't really figure out is are there ever brand new souls? I mean obviously you have to START somewhere, right? Or have we all always existed in some form? The latter seems less feasible to me, because of how much population has grown through time. And if there are brand-new souls, where do they come from? Hmmm now it's 2 a.m. and my mind is going to be running in circles, which isn't good considering i've gotta be up at 8!

i'm very interested in everyone's thoughts and theories on the above.



posted on Sep, 3 2008 @ 04:51 AM
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Could we all be the same soul? All just fractions of the same thing? I have wondered about this same thing for a while.



posted on Sep, 3 2008 @ 06:15 AM
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There was a recent 4 hour long interview with Dr. Brian Weiss on Coast to Coast about past life regression (I was half expecting to see a thread like this pop up on ATS at some point) - it's extremely interesting and sheds light on the whole subject.

In Dr. Brian Weiss' experience, he has never regressed someone who was famous in a previous life - it's a myth.

Coast to Coast - Past & Future Lives Recalled

You'll have to be a member to view it though, although there are other means on getting them.

After listening to the interview, i'm convinced that he is telling the truth as there is actual evidence (People meeting former family members)



posted on Sep, 3 2008 @ 10:35 AM
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Originally posted by dodgygeeza
There was a recent 4 hour long interview with Dr. Brian Weiss on Coast to Coast about past life regression (I was half expecting to see a thread like this pop up on ATS at some point) - it's extremely interesting and sheds light on the whole subject.

In Dr. Brian Weiss' experience, he has never regressed someone who was famous in a previous life - it's a myth.

Coast to Coast - Past & Future Lives Recalled

You'll have to be a member to view it though, although there are other means on getting them.

After listening to the interview, i'm convinced that he is telling the truth as there is actual evidence (People meeting former family members)



interesting, i'll have to take a peek at that later. but there have to be some of us who were famous in a past life, right? statistically speaking? Do you think some people were destined for greatness, and were kings in their past lives, and now they are barack obama? just an example. or do you think you work your way up to greatness? Like if someone was a bad ruler, do they get a lower caste in the next life? I wish there was a book of guidelines on this, lol, theres just so many questions



posted on Sep, 3 2008 @ 02:39 PM
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By that I mean, that its a myth that everyone seems to remember being a famous person when most people find that they were just ordinary people.

I'm sure that the rebirthed heroes of the past are back but one of them needs to be regressed. It's just extremely unlikely if you think about it.

If the Dr was to find one of these guys, that would be interesting



posted on Sep, 3 2008 @ 03:09 PM
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What cracks me up is when you get two people who "remember" being the same person in the same room. It's happened in the past.

What gets me is there is no way to figure out if it's the fruit of an overactive imagination or a real memory. Until that can be established, this stuff just looks like one massive hoax. I've seen so many videos of people under hypnosis regressing through their past lives giving such ridiculous information. Vague, incorrect, sensationalist nonsense. Chances are, if past lives are real, you've been a string of menial workers shovelling horse poop. Yet no-one says so. They've always been in Napoleon's court, or some other well-known historical event with glamorous overtones.

I guess some people just want to think they've been more than they currently are - looking for that one special 'thing' they can prop up their flagging self-esteem. Kind of like Indigo kids, etc.




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