The Gypsy and the Judge

When I discovered Past Life Regression Therapy, back in 1991, I hardly dared to believe what I was experiencing. I had already been an Astrologer for ten years and a Journalist for twenty. I approached life through thought, through logic, through the workings of the mind.  And now here was a way to acquire knowledge directly, bypassing logic and the careful scrutinies of science.  Here was a way to learn more about myself and others by diving straight into the subconscious and dealing directly with feelings.
I learned how to bring someone into a state of deep relaxation, so that they were able to remember things they simply could not access in their daily lives.  I learned how to help someone remember a past lifetime, a life in which they had been born, loved, suffered, worked, played, acquired knowledge and eventually, died.
Through my training and the gradual accumulation of experience, I learned how to tie together these two branches of learning, Astrology and Past Life Regression.  I am a Gemini and therefore in past lifetimes I have been a wanderer, a gypsy, a writer, a poet, a courier, a dancer, an acrobat. All of this is accumulated in my Sun in Gemini, in the Natal Chart.
But I also have the Moon in Libra in my Natal Chart and therefore, in past lifetimes, I have been a judge, a centurion, a champion of people’s rights, a revolutionary, a crusader, a nun, an actress and a rich Roman matron.
Learning about your past lives is an enriching and revelatory experience. Suddenly, you know why you hate cheese, or red dresses, or palm trees. You understand why you shy away from close relationships, why you’re so possessive around your children, why you fear long journeys or butterflies. Every one of your fears, fancies, phobias or obsessions can be traced back to a particular moment in a particular past lifetime. And once you remember that moment, that lifetime, then you can be released from the blocks that prevent you from moving forward in your life.
Through remembering a past life and through healing that past life, you can set yourself free.
It’s a gentle method of healing, since you’re remembering something that happened long ago.  It’s easier by far than confronting the same issues in your present life, yet by healing the past, you can, at the same time, heal your present and your future.

Past Life Regression

THE POWER TO CHOOSE

A past life regression can help you to discover why you keep picking – or being picked by – the wrong guys. A recent client remembered having been virtually sold by her father in a life in Medieval Europe to a much older man, tall, powerful, fat, and greasy (just the type she still abhors and fears today). She was only seventeen.

She realised she had at that time felt she lost the power of choice – being given by one man to another, without consultation – and is struggling to reclaim this right today. Retrieving a memory like this can help you greatly on the road to self healing.

Past Life Regressions

The Pharaoh was all powerful in Ancient Egypt

Have you lived before?

I’m beavering away on my first book, which is all about how to discover your past lives.  Since my very first regression, back in 1991, when I discovered I had been a priest in Ancient Egypt, I have been fascinated by the concept of reincarnation.  It’s not just a case of being curious about who you were – although that’s a good enough reason to start searching – it’s also about healing your present life.

For example, if you can’t swim and you’re terrified of the water, then you probably experienced something very traumatic in a past life. You may have drowned, or watched someone you loved drowning, or perished in a tsunami, or gone down with a ship. A client recently described to me how, when she was a young woman in Victorian England, she was returning from an enjoyable trip to Europe when there was a terrible storm and the ship sank with all hands. She says she remembers her heavy dress dragging her down in the water. (That scene in the movie The Piano, where the heroine lets herself slip into the water, really upset her!)  If you want to let me know about any of your past life memories, I’d be really interested to hear about them. They may even finish up in my book!

Shirley.