Past-life Regression

Past Life Regression Therapy training… the aftermath!

“Learn everything you can from the past, and then let it go. If, earlier in your life, others could not express their love to you, it was because they were blocked, not because of some defect in you.” Dr Brian Weiss, 2015 “And I will awaken you by counting up from 10 to 1… with… Continue reading Past Life Regression Therapy training… the aftermath!

Past-life Regression

Past Life Regression Therapy training… the experience!

“Our souls are timeless and endless, existing beyond all dimensions, preceding all space, all emptiness, all matter, all forces, and all energies. How magnificent we truly are!” Dr Brian Weiss, 2015 Image: Botanic Garden Lilies, Anne Marie McGlasson 2014 “Pick the door that seems right to you... and when you are ready, walk through...” I… Continue reading Past Life Regression Therapy training… the experience!

Past-life Regression

Past Life Regression Therapy training… it begins!

I was so ready to learn. I was so ready to have those transformational experiences that cannot be described but change you in that subtle way that is just better. The yoga chairs were brilliant – back support with a cushion on the floor – perfect for people like me who go into trance easily.… Continue reading Past Life Regression Therapy training… it begins!

Past-life Regression

Past Life Regression Therapy training

I love the beginning of workshops and conferences. The hushed expectation – people finding seats in a dance of mystery that places together the people who have natural synchronicity, whether they like it or not. And when the workshop has been organised with full support from the teachers who reside on the higher sub-plane of… Continue reading Past Life Regression Therapy training

Past-life Regression

Breakfast at Omega

Breakfast was uneventful - a group of pleasant people enjoying an organic breakfast. I had only been here hours and already I could feel my spirit relaxing into this soulful environment of gentle voices and gentle manners. Giant fans whirled lazily overhead in the beautiful timber dining hall. I idly wondered how many Americans were… Continue reading Breakfast at Omega