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Past Life Regression

Past Life Regression


Past Life Regression finds a mention in ancient Hindu religious sculpture, the Upanishads.   There is a great detail of work that can be explored in the Hindu religious Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.  The Patanjali Sutra was written early during the 2nd century BC.  The Hindu scholars documenting the Patanjali Yoga Sutras describes that souls which are not purest in forms become burdened with sustained accumulation of the karma (deeds of life) earned from his deeds in the current life as well as the previous lives. Prati-Prasav (meaning reversing the birth lives) is the way Patanjali Yoga Sutra helps addressing current problems by looking at memories of past lives. Patanjali Yoga Sutra still continues to use Prati-Prasav to benefit people.


In a popular Chinese belief of mythology, the deity Meng Po, also known as the "Lady of Forgetfulness", prevents souls from remembering their past lives.  It is believed that she gives them a bittersweet drink to ensure erasure of all memories before the soul move the ladder of reincarnation.


In the modern era Madame Blavatsky, co-founder of the Theosophical Society worked to get the current form of PLR, which eventually became popular, including the Western countries. French educator Allan Kardec also has contributed through his research in past life regression in his book, The Spirits Book and Heaven and Hell. PLR has been developed and practiced since the 1950s by psychologists, psychiatrists and mediums. The belief gained credibility because of its scientific alignment and non-alignment to religious practices.   PLR’s popularity owes to the advocates who possessed legitimate credentials. 


It is believed that interest in the phenomenon started due to an American housewife Virginia Tighe has been reporting and recounting the alleged memories of a 19th-century Irish woman named Bridey Murphy.  On later dates the investigation failed to support the existence of such a woman.  The memories were then attributed to Tighe's childhood during which she spent time living next to an Irish immigrant with great similarity to the character she described.  However, the past life memory, as a discussion topic, got a triggered.


Past life regression or PLR is a technique that is based on the principles of hypnosis. One of the most common firmness of belief comes about past life is déjà vu. Déjà vu is the feeling at any given point of time that you have met a person before or have visited a place previously or any sequence of action is known and you have witnessed the same before. PLR is used as a tool for recovering for any problem or ailment in the current time by visiting memories of past lives or previous lives. PLR advocates repressing memories of past times or lives would help in getting rid of problems that are faced in current days. Through past-life regression, it is evidently possible to heal, recover and grow the mind, body and soul, as well as strengthen problems faced during the current days, either in health, relationships or any other mental issues. The technique used during past-life regression involves the subject answering a series of questions while the Guru or PLR master asks to reveal identity and events of alleged past lives. This method is quite identical to the methodology used by combining experiences, knowledge, imagination and suggestion or guidance from the hypnotist than recall of a previous existence.  In my own experience I have experienced such instances when a patient has been taken down to his/her memory lane by hypnosis and got him to see any connecting incident in previous life, either in this birth or previous life, the problem has shown signs of drastically diminishing. The method used is a way of hypnosis, but is not still hypnosis. In PLR a mellow sound of chant and bells are used along with verbal instructions on what and how to do to the patient.


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