Past Life Regression

Past life memories are the autobiography of your soul, your wholeness – personal stories that explain who you are now and why you are living this current life and its purpose.

Past Life Regression is a therapeutic technique for accessing and re-experiencing your past lives directly.  A branch of hypnotherapy, Past Life Regression therapy has grown over the last 50 years to be a recognised and important addition to healing.

What can Past Life Regression address?

Often people will engage in a session merely out of curiosity but Past Life Regression has increasingly shown it can have a powerful effect on many areas of health and well being.  It helps to –

  • see personal relationships in a new light
  • energise talents and abilities from the past
  • release fears and anxieties linked to past life traumas
  • release past life traumas at the root of physical problems
  • release fear and gain peace and understanding of the dying process
  • understand and align with life purpose
What will I experience in a session?

You will be safely conducted through the session by the practitioner who will take you into a relaxed state where you experience each past life yourself.  You see it, sense it, and feel it.  You are the central character deeply involved in the past life story.  You might experience the memory as a vivid movie or see only vague flashes of images; you might hear gunshots or explosions on a battlefield or music at a dance; you may even recall smells too.   As the story unfolds you will feel the emotions attached to it.

Any trauma, pain or challenge that may be impacting on this life will be healed at its source.  This removes the impact on the Now by bringing peace and understanding to the subconscious mind.

How many sessions will I need?                             

Discuss this with the practitioner as it will depend on the purpose of the appointment.

Duration:                   One hour                                                                           

Practitioner:                Dr Tony Byrne