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Most of us find ourselves in an emotionally chaotic state today, and we label it stress – a lifestyle disease. We try various therapies to combat this, treating it symptomatically. But if we peel off the surface layer of stress, there lies an underlying layer of unresolved emotion(s). These could be anger, guilt, fear, resentment, jealousy, hurt or any combinations of the above. These underlying emotion(s) have intense power as they are attached to memories buried deep inside the mind, layered up with other memories, thoughts, beliefs and social conditioning.

My own stressful experiences led me to Past Life Regression Therapy (PLRT), which I found extremely handy as an effective tool in dissolving the intensity of the emotions that give rise to stress. The issues that we face today are somewhere rooted in our past and are linked to one of those unresolved negative emotions. For example, if someone insults you and you get hurt, you harbour that hurt for a long time and it slowly transforms into anger towards that person. Similarly if you hurt somebody, you harbour guilt for this act.

The negative emotions of anger and guilt gradually build a strong foundation for stress. The unresolved emotions from the past leave such a deep impression on our psyche, that they start meddling with our relationships, our career, our decision-making ability, our spiritual progress and overall our mental, physical, and emotional well-being. These emotions could be from the events of this life or, as many of us have come to believe, from previous lives. If these issues are resolved and put to closure, they loosen their grip over us.
During the past-life regression process, we deal with the root cause of the present issue or problem. We are able to access the memory related to the present issue (whether from this life or any previous ones), bring it to conscious awareness, and then process and heal it.
A 38-year-old woman lived with remorse for 10 years for an act she was not responsible for. As the elder of two sisters, she was always in the limelight and received praise wherever she went. People said she was intelligent and beautiful. There was a constant comparison between her and the younger sister, who committed suicide at the age of 23. This woman loved her younger sister dearly and thought that she was somehow responsible for her sister’s death. This guilt put her through a lot of trauma until she underwent PLR therapy. During the session, she discovered from her sub-conscious memories that her younger sister was going through her own personal issues at the time, and that caused her to take her own life. The woman was then asked to forgive herself in that deep state of mind; this exercise freed her from the remorse she was carrying.
Often we don’t realise why we harbour so much guilt or anger. This is because we are not aware of the source of the problem and have not been able to ‘let go’ of the heavy baggage of negative emotions. Since many of us may not know how to get rid of these emotions, we just continue holding on to them. This is where PLR therapy plays an important role in the process of healing; it is a gift we give to ourselves. There is no future in the past. We can never live in the present and create a new and exciting future for ourselves, if we always stay stuck in the past.
The author is a Past Life Regression Therapist based in Mumbai. He conducts personal regression sessions and two-day workshops in cities across India. Call 9820401670.

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