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Title: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on May 17, 2012, 04:13:42 PM
It has been over four years since I was hypnotize , I went in to stop my heavy drinking , did it three times over the last 40 years , didn't help tried it twice to stop smoking ; complete failure. The only thing that happened every time was that for several weeks after had very vivid dreams , all the dreams were the same one. I would be in a on heavily forested sloop with about 8-10inches of snow on the ground struggling to get over into the valley on the other side . After what seemed like hours I crested the ridge and just stopped dead knowing that I had failed , below me were flames . What was burning I could never see I would start to cry then wake up. Weeks would go by and they would slowly fade but each time I was hypnotized I would have the same dream.
Where I was , in what time ; I can not say .
Have any of you ever had this  type of experience after being hypnotized?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: behindstarryeyes on May 18, 2012, 09:38:53 AM
I've nevery actually undergone hypnois, but it is something I am interested in. This many sound goofy, but I've always been a bit of an "old soul" and have felt...things...hovering on the edge of my consciousness that I really would like to explore.

And as I side note, I hate having things tight around my neck...maybe I was hung/strangled in another life, hmm?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Earthbound Spirit on May 18, 2012, 07:58:51 PM
Imo, I believe past life regression is bunk. How memories are stored in or brain would make it impossible to bring memories forward into a new life. Again, just my opinion.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on May 19, 2012, 01:21:54 AM
Would not the memories of our pasted live still be with our spirit and travel into the new body ?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Earthbound Spirit on May 19, 2012, 08:17:55 AM
Would not the memories of our pasted live still be with our spirit and travel into the new body ?.

IMO, no.

ETA:  How many past life regressions do you know of that people say they have where they are just a lowly serf or slave vs. a King or Knight or some other important type person?  Most that I am familiar with, people were of the more important types than just a nobody.  Everybody couldn't of been an important person.  I just don't put any stock into it at all.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on May 19, 2012, 02:56:00 PM
Can say I only have meet one person who told me they have the memory of their past life . No Queen or king just a prostitute in acient Greece.
If we are to learn from the mistake we made in past life so we can do b etter in the new one , how do we not make the same mistakes we made in the past; if we do not remember them?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Earthbound Spirit on May 19, 2012, 10:35:41 PM
I just don't think it possible to bring memories with you.  Maybe you only have certain lessons to learn in this life and you move on.  Maybe you will be a deer in your next life.  Maybe you were Adolf Hitler and doomed to failure for eternity.  All just my opinion my friend.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on May 19, 2012, 11:17:45 PM
So could it be like there is a set game scenario,it is set into play and it is up to the player ( us ) and how we play out the scenario that is how we learn . Each life is a different level of the game and to win we must pass all level or start again? What do you think EBS.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: The Pet Goddess on May 27, 2012, 06:37:12 PM
I've done many past life regressions.  Most often I find correlations to issues I have in this life.  Understanding where my issues stem from has gone a long way in enabling me to heal that part of my life. 

If we do have past lives, it only makes sense that the ones that come through during a past life regressions would be lives that have some significance to our present life or lives that we enjoyed very much and/or have had a large emotional impact on us. 

I recently found out I had been a slave owner who sexually abused his slaves.  Didn't make me feel very good at all.  Especially since one of my slaves is a girl who recently joined my new age group.  For some reason, when we first met I couldn't look her in the eyes.  She kept calling me Barbara.  Barbara was my wife's name when I was the slave owner.

All in all, I still don't know what I believe about past lives, if they are real of not.  Believing in past lives goes against what I claim to believe in... or not believe in as an Atheist. 

Yet...  I recently told a friend that I met on an internet forum that she had been a school marm in a past life that had been shot in the chest under her left breast and also in the head.  She reported that she often has pain under her left breast and often dreams that she has been shot in the head.  Coincidence?  Perhaps.  But what are the chances of it being coincidence? 
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: dark magus on May 27, 2012, 08:47:12 PM
I tend to agree with EBS on this one. I don't believe it's possible to remember past lives under any circumstance.
If you think you have remembered something (and I will apologise right now cause I'm going to piss you off) then your being fooled by the person putting you under or by yourself because you want to remember something.
I've written before about what happens to us when we die, and won't repeat it here. You can't remember something that didn't happen but you can fantasize or "dream" a past experience that your subconscious mind incorporates into your real life dilemma.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: The Pet Goddess on May 28, 2012, 05:39:31 AM
Stating your opinion would never piss me off, DM.  No worries.  I love knowing what others think and why.  It gives me food for thought.  I am always willing to explore. 

I don't like the word "belief".  There is nothing I "believe in" that I would die for or could ever claim with absolute conviction.  My so-called beliefs are nothing more than where my thoughts are here and now.  Who knows what tomorrow brings.  I go with the flow. 
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on May 29, 2012, 04:58:19 AM
So what about Racial Memory , do you think that it exist?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: The Pet Goddess on May 29, 2012, 06:12:12 AM
So what about Racial Memory , do you think that it exist?.

Genetic memory is invoked to explain the racial memory postulated by Carl Jung. In Jungian psychology, racial memories are posited memories, feelings and ideas inherited from our ancestors as part of a "collective unconscious".

If this is what you refer to, then yes I do believe in racial memory.  Would not racial memory be something akin to instinct? 
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: dark magus on May 29, 2012, 08:46:53 AM
So what about Racial Memory , do you think that it exist?.

Theoretical. An idea developed in the 1800's early 1900's to help explain the fight or flight reactions given certain stimuli. No clear evidence to show that it actually exists.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on May 29, 2012, 05:07:42 PM
Oh well , maybe the Fae come to us when were babies and whisper in our ear and tell us of the past :o .
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: wiccanfan on June 08, 2012, 01:22:24 PM
i have  a past life oh right
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Khara on June 08, 2012, 01:37:57 PM
i have  a past life oh right

Do tell?  Were you a fairie?  Or perhaps a druid?  No wait, don't tell me......

I know, you were Hercules weren't you?  Yes, I can tell, the inbreeding shows thru every time.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Serpentium on June 08, 2012, 03:11:33 PM
Hercules wasn't inbred. His Father was Zeus and his Ma was Alcamena. So he was imaginary.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: dark magus on June 08, 2012, 09:07:51 PM
Who let that kid back in here? Hey, out of here you little scamp! Kids these days!
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Aunt Thora on June 09, 2012, 05:54:30 AM
Quote
Hercules wasn't inbred. His Father was Zeus and his Ma was Alcamena. So he was imaginary.

Dang!!!! just like all the other men in my life they turn out to be just imaginary.   ???
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Serpentium on June 09, 2012, 06:05:30 AM
Not totally, he got a job as Captain of a Spaceship in Andromeda when he got tired of the Olympian thing. (And running round after Xena)
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Scorched Eartha on June 09, 2012, 05:51:57 PM
Funny how past life regressions always show up the new incarnations pf Napoleon, Catherine the Great and and Caesar.

How come no one ever discovers they were a faceless scullery maid who died of rickets?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: behindstarryeyes on June 09, 2012, 06:25:37 PM
Funny how past life regressions always show up the new incarnations pf Napoleon, Catherine the Great and and Caesar.

How come no one ever discovers they were a faceless scullery maid who died of rickets?
I have no doubt that I am the scullery maid. I have no illusions of grandeur.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: dark magus on June 09, 2012, 08:15:47 PM
I have no past lives, just bits of memories from a multitude of other peoples who once walked this Earth. That's the thing with all things being one energy, so many echo's of what was, is and might yet be.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: The Pet Goddess on June 10, 2012, 06:01:12 AM
I have no past lives, just bits of memories from a multitude of other peoples who once walked this Earth. That's the thing with all things being one energy, so many echo's of what was, is and might yet be.

Even as a medium, that is a theory I can buy into. 

When doing past-life regression, I often find that I "construct" lives that enable understanding of myself and/or others in order to healing issues in this life.  I rather think it is my subconscious enabling me to see the truth of said issues.   
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Sita on June 11, 2012, 06:21:49 AM
My husband was told that he was the father of DaVinci in a past life.

I however have been told that I'm a new soul. No baggage or knowledge from the past for me!
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: dark magus on June 11, 2012, 09:01:51 AM
Your father was not DiVinci, though he may have attracted some of his (and many other) memories.
No such thing as a "new soul"
 
Many people get confussed. They look at the population of the Earth growing so there must be new souls being "born"
not, so. The Universe is a very large place. Just because your soul is here doesn't mean it couldn't have been on the other side of the universe before, or maybe an insect or a tree or a rock. All things contain a soul or a life spark. That's the "glue" that holds a things energy in it's current form in the plane of existance.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Serpentium on June 11, 2012, 01:28:16 PM
Time has no substance or reality beyond that which we give it, in this life. Terms like "previous life" are irrelevant. There is only Life. And all life is one life. We are all just fragments of this one life, examining itself. We are not separate. We have no permanence.


However, we mostly live under the illusion that we are, that we do.


This self or identity, is just a construct, a device, built by the ego, which imagines itself (and therefore, our selves) central to all existence.
There are many ways to temporarily put the ego aside and experience the oneness of everything, but if you are unprepared, or come "thinking through the door", there is the very real risk that your "self" fragments as it assimilates a new "boot record". This is a scary place to be, and is inhabited by all your rejected demons and fears. Well worth the risk though, if you can keep your shit together.


To the Victor, goes the spoils. all the best, Napoleon Boneparte.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Sita on June 11, 2012, 04:15:24 PM
Your father was not DiVinci, though he may have attracted some of his (and many other) memories.
No such thing as a "new soul"
 
Many people get confussed. They look at the population of the Earth growing so there must be new souls being "born"
not, so. The Universe is a very large place. Just because your soul is here doesn't mean it couldn't have been on the other side of the universe before, or maybe an insect or a tree or a rock. All things contain a soul or a life spark. That's the "glue" that holds a things energy in it's current form in the plane of existance.
I pretty much take the past lives thing with a grain of salt. Though being from the other side of the universe would explain my oddness ;)
I've been told that I have a thick mist around me that is next to impossible to actually read through. Part of my secretive, Scorpio nature  8)
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: dark magus on June 11, 2012, 10:53:15 PM
PM me with an actual picture of yourself and I will see what I can see.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Scorched Eartha on June 12, 2012, 03:28:39 AM
Time has no substance or reality beyond that which we give it, in this life. Terms like "previous life" are irrelevant. There is only Life. And all life is one life. We are all just fragments of this one life, examining itself. We are not separate. We have no permanence.


However, we mostly live under the illusion that we are, that we do.


This self or identity, is just a construct, a device, built by the ego, which imagines itself (and therefore, our selves) central to all existence.
There are many ways to temporarily put the ego aside and experience the oneness of everything, but if you are unprepared, or come "thinking through the door", there is the very real risk that your "self" fragments as it assimilates a new "boot record". This is a scary place to be, and is inhabited by all your rejected demons and fears. Well worth the risk though, if you can keep your shit together.


To the Victor, goes the spoils. all the best, Napoleon Boneparte.

I often times attempt to batter down your somewhat massive healthy ego you know - but then you go and write shit like this and it just seems that it's not quite large enough to encompass your worth, dunnit?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Serpentium on June 12, 2012, 05:13:46 AM
I often times attempt to batter down your somewhat massive healthy ego you know - but then you go and write shit like this and it just seems that it's not quite large enough to encompass your worth, dunnit?

Flattery will get you . . . . pre-incarnated as . . . . . . whoever you like really.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Scorched Eartha on June 12, 2012, 06:31:44 AM
Flattery will get you . . . . pre-incarnated as . . . . . . whoever you like really.

S'not really flattery if it's true though, is it?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Khara on June 12, 2012, 06:49:52 AM
I believe in reincarnation.  I don't believe in the collective conscious.  I think we may be connected spiritually but not one in the same.  I firmly believe there are people in my life now who have been in my life before.  My ex is a prime example. 

When he was released from prison and they put us into the victim's assistance program we went to this place out in Immokalee to get papers for me and the kids.  It was in the basement of a church out there and there was this very old woman who was just sitting there.  I'd never seen her before.  She leans over and takes my hand and looks right at me and say "You're even now.  You don't owe him anything anymore.  This time you are free." 

My sister went out to find her after they had moved me and talked to this woman.  She told my sister that I had been trapped in a cycle with my ex for more lives than she could name and each time the guilt of his death drug me back to his side in the next life.  This time, he didn't die and I was free.

This woman had no idea who I was or what my situation was. What she said though, did give me the biggest sense of relief I've ever felt.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: behindstarryeyes on June 12, 2012, 06:01:42 PM
Ok, I just love that, Khara.

Kind of reminds me of the whole idea of psychotherapy...learn to recognize the unhealthy pattern so you can learn to break the cycle...hmm...life as psychotherapy.  Interesting thought really.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Serpentium on June 13, 2012, 02:46:24 AM
Ok, I just love that, Khara.

Kind of reminds me of the whole idea of psychotherapy...learn to recognize the unhealthy pattern so you can learn to break the cycle...hmm...life as psychotherapy.  Interesting thought really.
Those early Psychotherapists didn't pick classical Greek themes to describe those archetypes and behaviours by accident. Most of those patterns were recognised thousands of years ago, so much that myths were built around them. Narcissus, Oedipus, Electra, Priapus, they're all deep seated cultural memes, that have been repeating in one form or another for as long as mankind is old. All modern pscyhoanalysis does is re-quantify the major archetypal behavior patterns than have been culturally imprinted on us for millennia. They may not be immediately apparent, but they are still psychologically relevant. No matter how much we like to think we are free of the superstitious beliefs of our forbears, we are still the product of our ancestors, so it's expedient to be working within the rich mythical legacy they left us.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: wiccanfan on June 16, 2012, 12:59:01 PM
my past life is called nathan halliwell
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Serpentium on June 16, 2012, 03:25:11 PM
Not THE Nathan Halliwell?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Earthbound Spirit on June 16, 2012, 07:42:52 PM
I believe in reincarnation.  I don't believe in the collective conscious.  I think we may be connected spiritually but not one in the same.  I firmly believe there are people in my life now who have been in my life before.  My ex is a prime example. 

When he was released from prison and they put us into the victim's assistance program we went to this place out in Immokalee to get papers for me and the kids.  It was in the basement of a church out there and there was this very old woman who was just sitting there.  I'd never seen her before.  She leans over and takes my hand and looks right at me and say "You're even now.  You don't owe him anything anymore.  This time you are free." 

My sister went out to find her after they had moved me and talked to this woman.  She told my sister that I had been trapped in a cycle with my ex for more lives than she could name and each time the guilt of his death drug me back to his side in the next life.  This time, he didn't die and I was free.

This woman had no idea who I was or what my situation was. What she said though, did give me the biggest sense of relief I've ever felt.

Thanks for sharing this.  8)

I have always liked your current avatar a lot.   :-p
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Scorched Eartha on June 17, 2012, 03:21:58 AM
my past life is called nathan halliwell

Not THE Nathan Halliwell?

Nah - The OTHER Nathan Halliwell - Gerri Halliwell's useless half brother.

He was at one point hopeful of launching a solo pop-dance music career, riding on the coat tails of his famous sister, but an unsavoury encounter with Elton John in a backstage toilet cubicle left him with a nasty anal leakage problem which led to his ultimate demise at his own hands, when he attempted to gas himself with the kitchen range. Tragically, having run out of credit in the gas meter, he wasn't able to deliver himself a fatal dose and merely passed for a second, Upon recovering consciousness he saw the luck inherent in his close call and resolving to rebuild his shattered life (if not his shattered bowel)  he decided to ease his frayed nerves by lighting a cigarette.

The resultant blast saved London City Council a small fortune in demolition fees, flattening a good block and a half of a Hackney Housing estate already earmarked to be cleared out in the Olympics Demolition Project (Otherwise known as "The London Riots) and claiming the lives of not only the much maligned Nathan, but 12 neighbours, a smallish meth lab and a motley collection of feral cats who resided in the building's utility room.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: arrowolf on September 30, 2012, 09:18:55 AM
I myself believe in past lives. I have never done any hypnosis or anything to see it. There was no grandeur or being of great importance. For me it came as a recurring dream since i was a child. It was a dream i had no control over, like i was watching everything happen. Anyway, the question i wanted to bring up with the past life ideal would be about deja vu. Do you think that some of the deja vu moments we have could simply be us replaying an event we had done in a previous life? Those moments when it seems very familiar, but not exactly the same.


On another note i just want to say thank you as being a member and able to read your posts and listening to different views and ideas has and is a blessing.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on September 30, 2012, 12:11:22 PM
Good to hear from you again Arrowolf , you should come around more often.
 
The deja vu things is a good point , will have to look into that some more . Lets see what others thing about it .
 
What do you thing ?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: marisol on September 30, 2012, 04:01:36 PM
I read an article about deja vu the other day. It seems parapsychologists think that deja vu has to do with reincarnation. It almost always occurs after the 2nd lifetime. How they could possibley
prove that I don't know.

Neurologists say the brain has epileptic episodes that are not detected with seizure activity. The
episodes last for approx. 1 second or less. Resulting in deja vu. Most people regularly have these
episodes and do not know it.
Others describe it as a false memory from a dream or movie, etc. A trick of the brain. For those of us that have deja vu we firmly believe we have been in the situation, done the same thing, etc. before. Not an unpleasant sensation, just odd to us that we remember it from some other
time in the past. Others believe it is something we have learned and has been stored deep in the
brain and triggered by a unknown episode.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on September 30, 2012, 04:27:12 PM
Dr .Funkhouser claims that most people that experience deja vu are under the age of 25 . Be that as it may , do you think it could be memories from a pass life ?.
 
What could make someone have the experience in the first place , could it be the last thing they saw in life or something that traumatized them , something that was life changing ?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: marisol on September 30, 2012, 04:50:23 PM
Nothing Is impossible. I still have deja vu and I'm older than 25 yrs. old. I think of it as a memory
that was put in the vault and reappeared . It's puzzling at times.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on September 30, 2012, 05:11:13 PM
Make me wonder where I meet you before . Your weren't that pretty little thing that was skindipping back in the 1896 were you .  :o Made my day ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D .
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on September 30, 2012, 05:21:38 PM
No OG..... That was meeeeeeeee!!!!!  :D ;D :D ;D :D ;D

Think your eyesight was failing even then.... :-p :-p :-p
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: lucifer on September 30, 2012, 05:24:16 PM
On some level, deja vu can be the reconciliation between psychic prognostication and the event as it occurs... I personally believe that most people have at least a minimal level of psychic ability which is rarely exercised and thusly confuses people when it's triggered.

However, as marisol said earlier, the most commonly believed scientific theory with regards to deja vu is that it's a delay between the event occuring and one of your eyes recording what they've seen (while the other saw it correctly as it happened) and relaying it to the brain a split second later.

... I personally think that the ``scientific'' explanation here is an attempt to discredit and disregard the possibility of psychic phenomenon... Who knows for sure?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on September 30, 2012, 05:57:44 PM
Drac what can I say you were one hell of a women . :o
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on September 30, 2012, 06:04:18 PM
Good point Lucifer , have to look into the subject more to find out what others of a none scientific mind have to say . I do believe that there was some research done on the subject years ago . Well have to check into that.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on September 30, 2012, 06:19:23 PM
Personally, I don't think anything conclusive has ever been discovered, nor will there ever be. I don't think there is enough consistency to be able to make a control group for the investigation. No one particular thing triggers this, it can happen at any age, circumstances are to wide ranging. Altogether to many inconsistencies and variables.

We can only surmise or theorise as best we can. It could be chemically activated in the mind (not by drug induction), or it could be a future memory, or a past regression and so on. Or maybe the matrix has us.

Perhaps one day it will be explained but not at the moment.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 01, 2012, 11:22:30 PM
How many people realize that it happened in the first place. No one in the scientific community would put themselves up for ridicule anyway. If they did what could be learn from it anyway , episodes are just to brief to get much information . You would not know where it was or what era it was in , or even what you were doing or who you were.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 02, 2012, 05:31:57 AM
Didn't you just say that a moment ago?!?! :o :o :o
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 02, 2012, 09:13:43 AM
Say what , you must be hearing thing again , you must be hearing things again , you must be hearing things again .
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 02, 2012, 09:14:30 AM
Say what , you must be hearing things again  :-p
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 02, 2012, 12:01:02 PM
Didn't you just say that a moment ago?!?!  :o :o :o
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 02, 2012, 12:08:13 PM
Didn't you just sat that a moment ago?!?! :o :o :o
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 02, 2012, 12:12:40 PM
"You're traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's the signpost up ahead - your next stop, the Twilight Zone!"
 
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Aunt Thora on October 02, 2012, 03:29:31 PM
thank you for bring up deja vu as I was going to. 

My grand daughter of just turn 13 has deja vu every day, sometime up to three times a day.  This has been going on for a few years for her, she doesn't recall when it began.  And i had been wondering more about deja vu; and the whys of it.  He big brother tells he she was bounced on her head when she was little.  not true.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 02, 2012, 04:58:37 PM
thank you for bring up deja vu as I was going to. 

My grand daughter of just turn 13 has deja vu every day, sometime up to three times a day.  This has been going on for a few years for her, she doesn't recall when it began.  And i had been wondering more about deja vu; and the whys of it.  He big brother tells he she was bounced on her head when she was little.  not true.

Not entirely sure myself but, I would guess that having deja vu up to three times a day is a bit much. I have never heard of it with this sort of frequency.
Not my intention to scare monger in any way of course, so I will add that I have never ever heard of any harm relating to deja vu.
When I used to experience it I actually enjoyed the experience and hoped for more.  :-p

 :D :D :D Big brothers love to do that ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 02, 2012, 06:54:41 PM
theyd , could you go into a little more detail about her deja vu experience , as in what she sees ?.
 
Pay no attention to Drac he,s says that least twice a day. :-p
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Aunt Thora on October 03, 2012, 04:42:17 AM
oldghost I try not to pay attention to either of you two; but can't help it you guys make me giggle with your silliness, :)

What she see is just every day stuff. Something that was said or done.  I also thought up to three times a day was a little much, let alone every day.  But the child is healthy, smart as a whip (grandma said so), and very active.  And if I may brag a little here she is very talented too.   
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: lucifer on October 03, 2012, 05:20:04 AM
But the child is healthy, smart as a whip (grandma said so), and very active.  And if I may brag a little here she is very talented too.
When you say that she's healthy do you mean that she appears healthy other than the deja vu, or do you mean that she's been taken to a neurologist and had CAT scans done & they came back with no abnormalities?

Has she been to a doctor about this?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Aunt Thora on October 03, 2012, 05:43:33 AM
I mean she is healthy and who to say deja vu is unhealthy.  No, she has not been to a doctor.  No need to, there are no symptoms of any kind.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 03, 2012, 05:56:07 AM
I think her Deja vu is simply a symptom of a very active imagination and probably a great intelligence too. This of course should be nurtured.
Why not get her to draw a picture or even write something down to represent her experience when she has a Deja vu turn? It might be interesting to see how she see's it.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Aunt Thora on October 03, 2012, 06:11:20 AM
any time she is with me she express it to me and we talk about it.  So far so good.  it doesn't bother her, it has become part of her daily living.  But i will suggest she writes it down, and see where it goes. if any where.  Really I think this will pass as she gets older.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: WhiteRaven on October 03, 2012, 06:48:41 PM
On some level, deja vu can be the reconciliation between psychic prognostication and the event as it occurs... I personally believe that most people have at least a minimal level of psychic ability which is rarely exercised and thusly confuses people when it's triggered.

However, as marisol said earlier, the most commonly believed scientific theory with regards to deja vu is that it's a delay between the event occuring and one of your eyes recording what they've seen (while the other saw it correctly as it happened) and relaying it to the brain a split second later.

... I personally think that the ``scientific'' explanation here is an attempt to discredit and disregard the possibility of psychic phenomenon... Who knows for sure?

I can say that I personally say bull about the "scientific" explanation. I experience dejavu a lot. And when I do I see images from the time I last saw it. There is always small differences in either the surroundings or the words said if someone is speaking. There's no way one of my eyes relayed it slightly slower than the other while my ears did the same.

That's just like saying having dreams about the future isn't possible to me. I've had dreams of the future and sometimes it plays out completely different but its usually in the same background setting or area in which the dream showed it in...

I don't like scientist very much.(No offense to the science people out there.)
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: marisol on October 05, 2012, 10:52:44 PM
WhiteRaven I'm not a science person, just thought it was interesting.. I have deja vu every once
in a while. It's not unenjoyable, its one of those "huh" moments.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: lucifer on October 06, 2012, 05:14:53 AM
WhiteRaven I'm not a science person, just thought it was interesting.. I have deja vu every once
in a while. It's not unenjoyable, its one of those "huh" moments.
You know... I had Deja Vu just last night after reading thevoicesofheartie's "stealing the hand of a lightning bolt victim" thread... I swear that I've heard the idea before, but I can't put my finger on where...

Oh, well :-p
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Serpentium on October 06, 2012, 08:44:21 AM
Maybe that short story, "The Monkey's Paw"? by  W. W. Jacobs (Saki)

https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?rlz=1C1CHFX_en-gbGB486GB486&sourceid=chrome-instant&ie=UTF-8&ion=1#hl=en&newwindow=1&safe=off&rlz=1C1CHFX_en-gbGB486GB486&sclient=psy-ab&q=the%20monkeys%20paw&oq=&gs_l=&pbx=1&fp=34d01fe90270ff60&ion=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&biw=1009&bih=607 (https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?rlz=1C1CHFX_en-gbGB486GB486&sourceid=chrome-instant&ie=UTF-8&ion=1#hl=en&newwindow=1&safe=off&rlz=1C1CHFX_en-gbGB486GB486&sclient=psy-ab&q=the%20monkeys%20paw&oq=&gs_l=&pbx=1&fp=34d01fe90270ff60&ion=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&biw=1009&bih=607)
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 09, 2012, 11:52:04 AM
Never actually read the story about the monkeys paw, I did see an old film though. may have been black and white.

I think I'm still inclined to go with my post about an active mind. To me the mind races ahead of itself sometimes, particularly in the young, and perhaps creates a psychic outlet. Nothing definitive of course, but an idea worth toying with.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 09, 2012, 10:06:00 PM
1933 was the first movie with a remake in 2010.
 
So what you are saying Drac is that the mind is projecting itself forward and back in time ?. Or are you that a mind from the past in sending the image into the future ?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 10, 2012, 07:21:54 AM
1933 was the first movie with a remake in 2010.

It must have been the 1933 version I saw then, although I believe programs like "Twilight Zone" and "Tales of the unexpected" did condenced versions too.

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So what you are saying Drac is that the mind is projecting itself forward and back in time ?. Or are you that a mind from the past in sending the image into the future ?.

I don't think I would say projecting, more a case of perceiving and confusing with the present, causing the glitch in the matrix.  :D
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 10, 2012, 10:38:14 AM
So what about it being like a radio signal that is transmitting on a certain frequency and only waiting for that old crystal set in someones brain to receive it ?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 10, 2012, 12:37:44 PM
Well why must there be any form of transmission? and then again why not? Its something in the mind, some kind of cerebral hiccup perhaps. It could be theorised with any number of explanations, a snapshot of a past existence, a future perception, a momentary out of phase second between the left and right side of the brain, There is nothing definitive and considering what is involved, there probably never will be. I guess in the meantime it's up to the individual to make of it what they will. :-\
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 10, 2012, 02:32:10 PM
So , what about if more then one person perceived it when together . Or what if different people perceived it at the same place but at different times. 
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 10, 2012, 02:58:03 PM
Then I'm sure Morpheus would take us to the oracle and she would then tell us what we needed to know. But what she tells you is for you alone.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 10, 2012, 03:21:21 PM
Dream on dude. ps lets not derail this one again  :'( .
 
I remember from along time ago ( can remember the program ) it was about a scientis that found some old pottery that was groved and discovered that sounds and voices from when if was had been recorded on the shards. So what if in the places that people have experinced deja vu there are crystals or strada of minerals that can emit thinks that were registerd in the past ?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 10, 2012, 03:31:03 PM
Not familiar with that one, interesting idea though.

It makes me wonder, just how much investigation has been carried out in relation to past life regression? You hear about instances of it, someone has lived as a roundhead in another life, or as a peasant in a mediaeval era etc. So which part of the brain is being communicated with in the hypnotic state?! It can't therefore be the subconscious, as that deals with the aspects of our lives that we see and feel everyday but don't realise it. There must be something deeper that remains hidden, but can be awakened on occasion.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: lucifer on October 10, 2012, 04:01:31 PM
The soul is a symbotic spiritual being which attaches itself to our animal ``host'' bodies and makes us ``human''...

Good luck trying to find the part of the brain that carries that information ;)

(i.e. if you don't believe that the soul is permanently bound to the body [i.e. believe in afterlife/rebirth] then it doesn't make sense to assume that it can be found in the brain)
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 10, 2012, 04:20:15 PM
The soul wasn't included in any part of those postings, however, include it we shall. The brain is what makes us aware and gives us the ability to perceive. If as you propose that the soul is symbiotic then it has to be "in touch" with our brains also. Our brains are essentially our processing and recoding media and therefore any past experiences encountered by the soul may indeed be passed on and a residue of it is left in the brain.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: lucifer on October 10, 2012, 04:31:08 PM
Our brains are essentially our processing and recoding media and therefore any past experiences encountered by the soul may indeed be passed on and a residue of it is left in the brain.
touche... I suppose if we had the technology to completely analyze what a person's brain knows we might find all sorts of interesting past-life experiences that shouldn't... exist :-p
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 10, 2012, 04:59:09 PM
It would probably frighten us too!  :-p :-p

Also, if we did have the tech to do such things, we would be in danger of losing our human need for discovery and self improvement. We need the mysteries!!!! We thrive on them!!!

And without them, this thread would be pointless. :D ;D :D ;D :D ;D
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 10, 2012, 06:39:57 PM
Let's not have any pointless bickering , it would be ( yeah you get it ) .
 
ooh something new just popped into my head . :o
 
 
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Earthbound Spirit on October 11, 2012, 05:42:30 PM
Memories are stored chemically or so I thought.   I just don't see how the brain can retain memories from past lives.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 11, 2012, 06:14:14 PM
Memories are stored chemically or so I thought.   I just don't see how the brain can retain memories from past lives.

I believe you're right EBS, chemically stored, where I'm leading is that if the soul has multiple life experiences, then surely some residue of a past experience could be felt by the brain on some quantum level.

I'm going to suggest a pot of paint as an analogy for the brain, white. The stirring stick as the soul/spirit. The stick is in different lives/pots of paint and spends its time at each. You take out the stick and give it a good clean.(or; the soul goes to summerland and prepares to reincarnate into another life). The stick/soul then enters another existence and therefore another brain/paintpot. It starts to do its thing, but there is a slight residue on the stick (perhaps blue paint) and it is picked up by the new pot/brain.

Not a great analogy and probably could've been written better but hey... its 2.15 in the morning here... :D :D
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 11, 2012, 09:56:43 PM
Chemically stored and electrically transmitted , interupt either one and you  have problems . Look what happened to people that have had shock treatments . The only way that they could remember thing from the pass is in DNA , the only problem it would be some one elses memory . You would just think it was yours .  Think on it ?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 12, 2012, 05:22:12 AM
That goes a bit beyond my sphere of knowledge OG, I'd have to bone up on that one.  :-\
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: marisol on October 12, 2012, 08:16:22 AM
Try reading "Old Souls" by Tom Shroder.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 12, 2012, 09:08:53 AM
Try reading "Old Souls" by Tom Shroder.

>>Noted<<
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 12, 2012, 12:49:09 PM
Genetic Memory Theory  ....... seek to understand from a physiological ( to date ) standing point fears and aversions due to passed along memories from pass time . Such as a fear of snake to a person who has never seen a snake , or why certain people from their youngest time have been drawn to attempt certain things .
 

Research has not been conducted in labs yet as far as I know .
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: naturalpaganmomma on October 17, 2012, 11:12:00 AM
I'm of the mindset that deja vu is a form of mild, glitchy precognition. It's happened to me a lot over the years. As far as past lives go, and I know you guys are going to get a hoot outta this, but I'm pretty sure I was a man who died during the construction of the WTC in the very late 1960's, early 1970's. As the Goddess would have it, I was born in 1973.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 17, 2012, 01:54:38 PM
Could you give us a little bit more info on that NPM . Do you remember what your name was and how you passed.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: naturalpaganmomma on October 18, 2012, 07:31:20 AM
I don't know what my name was, but I had really dark brown, wavy hair that covered the tips of my ears and a dark mustache with a little bit of facial stubble. I was wearing a flannel shirt, red I think, jeans, and work boots when I fell. I was up high walking along the girders (and I knew what a girder was instantly without being told), and I slipped. It was a freak accident. My foot slipped and I fell. I tried to catch myself, but my hand couldn't grip the girder. My hands half slipped/half bounced off the girder as i made a grab for it. I think it was the WTC because the New York skyline really hits a nerve with me. I think I had a wife and kids at the time. I know various thoughts flashed through my mind when I fell. I remember being surprised that I was going to die like this. I remember thinking I can't die like this, I'll never see them (family) again. Then I would wake up with my heart racing and tears in my eyes.

It was traumatizing when I was a very, little girl. And I was very young when I started dreaming of this. Four or five years of age. Imagine having this dream over and over again almost every night and not knowing why. I have never liked heights and I suffer from vertigo sometimes, depending on the circumstances.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 18, 2012, 07:41:18 AM
I find that all very interesting NPM, I've never had past life experience that I can recall. The closest I have come to that, would be the dream I had which I mentioned in another thread. I was run through with a sword and I remember it vividly even now after all these years. Not sure if that counts or was just simply a dream.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: naturalpaganmomma on October 18, 2012, 08:00:59 AM
That counts in my opinion. Dreaming about being run through by a sword is not an everyday dream. Dreaming your in your underwear in front of friends and colleagues? Now that is a normal dream. But being run through? Not so much. At least, not unless you knew for a fact you had been influenced by something you read or saw. I was not influenced by anything. I went to bed one night and started dreaming. I contined to dream of it until I acknowledged it was myself I was dreaming of, then the dream stopped, but like you, I can still remember mine as if I had dreamt it yesterday.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 18, 2012, 08:18:54 AM
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I was just a little more than kid when I had this dream so the details are a bit hazy now. I get the feeling there was no wrongdoing involved though. The sense of there being a case of us vs. them, one faction against another may feature more than anything else. But this is only an impression. If I remember rightly, the building internals had plain, possibly unpainted walls, similar to when a wall has been plastered but not evenly and not a rough texture. A bit like the inside of an old cottage is the best I could describe it. No idea about outside though, everything happened inside. There were windows, quite small but high up in the wall, possibly with small paned glass, this I can't be sure of.

The lead up to the fight itself I remember very little about, it just was. It was fencing style of fighting rather than hack and stab so there was a degree of refinement about it all, I remember then being in a smaller room and stepping back onto a bench behind me with my back against a wall, I didn't stand up on the bench and it was at about this point that my opponent got through my guard and his sword went through me. It went through my chest where my heart would be. it was a clean fight and a clean kill. I then remember being left on my own and I remember slumping down and thoughts of the strangeness of it all. That was it.

Thats the tale as I posted before.  The thing is, as far as I remember I only ever had that dream once, possibly twice but I doubt that.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: naturalpaganmomma on October 18, 2012, 08:26:23 AM
That totally sounds like past life to me.
The sense of a type of normalcy given the unusualness of the situation,  and isn't normal for you now. The sense of knowing you knew what you were doingand familiar with your surroundings even though you have never been there before. Being surprised or feeling strange at the fact you were about to die. No fear, just that "Wow, this is how i'm going out." type of feel. Does any of this sound familiar?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 18, 2012, 08:32:14 AM
Actually it does. It was the weirdness of it all and the sensations that were so vivid. I could actually feel the sensation of the sword going through me. There was no pain in my dream though. As I remember, now that you ask, there was a sence of a kind of desolation combined with possibly a kind of "well that'll be that then" after I was left there. It was a bit drifty if you know what I mean.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: naturalpaganmomma on October 18, 2012, 08:52:03 AM
Yep. Only I didn't get a chance to get drifty as I fell and woke up shortly afterward. My last visual memory is seeing the girder escape my grip, my open outstretched hands above me, and a blue sky. I think someone called out to me when I fell but I'm not quite sure what they said.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 18, 2012, 09:03:22 AM
That must have been quite unsettling for you as a child, and having to go through it so many times. Do you remember if it frightened you everytime? or did you get accostomed to it?

To be perfectly honest with you, I think I'd like to experience my dream again, there was nothing unpleasant about what I remember experiencing, and I'd like to try and get more details. Is this strange???  :o
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: naturalpaganmomma on October 18, 2012, 10:19:37 AM
The first few times it scared the living daylights out of me. After a while, I would still wake with a racing heart and a few mild tears, but that was more from the feeling of the sudden fall than anything I think. I would calm down shortly there after.

I don't think it's strange that you wish to get more details out of the dream. I believe understanding a past life can help you understand certain things about your current disposition. For instance, I have an issue with heights and I know why. It doesn't necessarily help me with the vertigo, but I at least understand it. There is a rational explanation for my fears. You see? Considering it from this perspective, I think it healthy to explore the dream further. It may bring a clarity and peace of mind you didn't have before. Knowledge is power.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 18, 2012, 10:52:54 AM
Just got to find a way to induce that particular dream then. I would like to know more. I don't think it's peace of mind I'm needing though, I was always resigned to it being simply a dream.

I would tend to agree with you with respect to your fear of heights, It certainly ties in very well. Does it ever bother you now? I'm sure as an adult you've accepted it all.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: naturalpaganmomma on October 18, 2012, 11:44:11 AM
Yes, I accepted what happened, but it hasn't changed the vertigo. That can't be helped it seems. I hit a certain height or view of a height, what have you, and I get dizzy. It's like being drunk, but without alcohol. Things feel woozy and everything begins to spin. My current fear of heights stems from the dizziness alone. It's easy to fall when dizzy, so I have to be careful. I also get dizzy if I lower my head all the way back and stare straight up into the sky. I will actually fall if I do it long enough, but I heard that happens to everyone. I'm not really sure if that's true though, so don't quote me on it. LOL
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 18, 2012, 12:18:06 PM
My brother has vertigo, he says it makes him feel the urge to jump. How scary is that?!?! :o
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 18, 2012, 09:34:01 PM
Dream inducement huh , aah Peyote  . yes that should work for you Drac.  ;D :o :o :o .
 
You ever hear that saying , " If you see your current self die in a dream you will not wake up " .
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 19, 2012, 01:53:46 AM
Actually I have heard of that, But isn't that only if you see yourself as you are, not as a regressed persona?
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: naturalpaganmomma on October 19, 2012, 04:44:14 AM
My brother has vertigo, he says it makes him feel the urge to jump. How scary is that?!?! :o

OMG! It has the opposite effect on me. It has me grabbing onto things for dear life so I don't fall. My husband says I look rather humorous when I latch onto things and clamp my eyes closed. LOL

Oldghost, I have heard that. It use to freak me out as a kid to think I might see myself die in my dreams. All the Freddie Kruger movies didn't help either. LOL
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 19, 2012, 05:05:10 AM
I actually get where my brothers coming from. I have no fear of heights and have been on some pretty iffy edges. And looking over makes me think about that one step, that final journey, the sensation you would feel in the drop. These and other things go through my mind when I stand and look over.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: naturalpaganmomma on October 19, 2012, 06:39:33 AM
I actually get where my brothers coming from. I have no fear of heights and have been on some pretty iffy edges. And looking over makes me think about that one step, that final journey, the sensation you would feel in the drop. These and other things go through my mind when I stand and look over.

Okay. I get what you mean. That doesn't happen to me, but that's because you could say I've already been there, done that.  ;D Once in a few lifetimes is enough.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 19, 2012, 08:04:03 AM
Okay. I get what you mean. That doesn't happen to me, but that's because you could say I've already been there, done that.  ;D Once in a few lifetimes is enough.

As I say I don't mind heights, I have the desire to throw myself out of a plane though and try a shot at skydiving. A few other things too but hey.....
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 19, 2012, 02:51:44 PM
Lots of people want to go off a high place , many theories on why . I like the one where someone said people remember when they had wings , flying people huh make ya wonder ?. ::)
 
Yes Drac it is suppose to only happen if you dream off yourself as you are now.  Then there is another one where you see someone get closer to you while you sleep until one night you awake and....................................................................................... :o .
 
You should try skydiving it's fun . Only draw back is the cost.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 19, 2012, 04:31:26 PM
Lots of people want to go off a high place , many theories on why . I like the one where someone said people remember when they had wings , flying people huh make ya wonder ?. ::)

How cool would that be?!?!  :D :D

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Yes Drac it is suppose to only happen if you dream off yourself as you are now.  Then there is another one where you see someone get closer to you while you sleep until one night you awake and....................................................................................... :o .

I've never heard of that one OG. So what is supposed to happen??
 
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You should try skydiving it's fun . Only draw back is the cost.

I shall probably never afford to do something like that, as much as I'd like to.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 19, 2012, 09:59:47 PM
Tie a sheet around you neck and jump of a building , cheap thrill ? ::) .
 
You get peanuts stuffed up your nose so keep your eyes closed :o
 
One thing to remember when you jump , don't land on anyone they'll sue.  ;D .
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 20, 2012, 03:58:42 AM
Tie a sheet around you neck and jump of a building , cheap thrill ? ::) .

I used to do that as a kid.... :D :D :D
 
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You get peanuts stuffed up your nose so keep your eyes closed :o

Wouldn't happen, I have to wear breathing apparatus 'cos of the sleep apnoea  :-p
 
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One thing to remember when you jump , don't land on anyone they'll sue.  ;D .

I only land on someone when I aim.... after that theres no chance to sue.... ;) ;)
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 20, 2012, 12:26:54 PM
Okay then , ears filled with pudding  :-p
 
Family sues for wrongful death. :-p
 
Building wasn't high enough , try again :-p
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 03, 2013, 07:15:24 PM
Okay then , ears filled with pudding  :-p
 
Family sues for wrongful death. :-p
 
Building wasn't high enough , try again :-p


 
This one sounds like I should be throwing a dice for my next turn....LoL
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 03, 2013, 07:17:11 PM
Consider this topic bumped, it was an interesting topic and it would be worth seeing if there are any more who wish to contribute to it.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: alyssaw on October 04, 2013, 05:55:05 PM
I have only been hypnotized once it was a group hypnosis and this did not trigger any past life regression. Though it was just supposed to be for helping us study or something. I think that it definitely is possible for past lives exist. Though I do think it is possible to be mistaken about a past life. The explanation that made the most since to me of how some past life regressions could be fake is if the person was led/ given to much information during the hypnosis.

  I think deja vu could exist my mother says she has a lot of them. When I have felt like something has something has happened before it's usually because I dreamed about it before hand. Like in a dream I had my friend walked up to our group of friends before school. We were standing in a different spot then we usually did. The friend though had dyed his hair with blonde streaks this was very surprising, since is mother was very very strict. Several days later we were in the spot I dreamed and he came up with dyed hair. I hadn't told anyone about it and he had never mentioned, or talked about dying his hair.

I have heard if you die in a dream then you will actually die. I have also heard that you can't feel pain in a dream. I have died in at two dreams that I can think of and have felt pain in several.
Thank you for bumping this drac it was very interesting to read.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 04, 2013, 06:57:05 PM
Deja vu and dreams are different entirely, as they are different from past life regression. PLR is not something that is triggered as I'm sure you realise, it has to be the subject of the hypnosis in the first place. It is also easy, as you pointed out, to falsify this by guiding the subject through the process, but if done without prompting at all then that is different.
 
Now future life progression is something we haven't addressed in this thread, and I think it's possible this is what happened to you in some way.
 
I have heard the same thing about dying in a dream, however I was run through with a sword in a dream and it was a weird feeling. I think it could be described as feeling your life draining out of you.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: alyssaw on October 04, 2013, 07:22:45 PM
I do realize that deja vu and dreams are different. I only meant that the closest I had of it was dreaming of the event before hand. Rereading my post I could have been a little clearer.  I was pretty sure that plr had to be the subject in the first place.
I did read that dream of yours have you had the dream again like you wanted?

Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 04, 2013, 09:33:02 PM
It could be just simple clairvoyance's  Alyssaw .
Do you really want to see your future Drac , see the time of your own death and how it will impact those that care for you ?.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 05, 2013, 05:02:40 AM
Actually Alyssaw, OG makes a very good point there, clairvoyance is worth considering.
 
No, I've never had that dream since, I would still like to. I think I'd like to get a bit more understanding of the dream itself, not just the tie-in with the past. Also a bit more clarity of the situation and the environment; Too much to ask? maybe....LoL
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 05, 2013, 05:04:52 AM
OG, I never said I wanted to see my own future. I don't want to see anything about it either, I like surprises....LoL  ;D
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: alyssaw on October 05, 2013, 07:38:18 AM
Could be clairvoyance. I've never known what to call it hasn't happened in awhile, but i am working with my dreams so who knows.

I hope you have that dream again drac.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Ash_Whitewolf on October 10, 2013, 11:21:09 PM
I once heard deja vu is a sign that you're right on your path. I don't have any creditable sources for this, but in my experience the farthest I've deviated from my path resulted in a noticeable drop in my own psychic awareness
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on October 11, 2013, 05:22:37 AM
Hi Ash-W, it's good to see you back. We like to see new members but we would appreciate an introduction so we know a bit more about you and your chosen path. It's easier for us all to welcome you and to interact with you.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Celtic Epona on October 12, 2013, 09:04:51 AM
In regards to dreams and deja vu, I've had both.  At times it has been almost constantly and at others, almost nothing.  Age and path don't seem to have anything to do with it. 

In one instance, I was over at my brother-in-laws when an ad for a movie came on the T.V.  I made the comment, "Oh, that's a good movie.  I really enjoyed that one even though it isn't my normal style."  My brother-in-law got the weirdest look on his face and asked if I had seen it.  I said yes and began to explain the plot to him, but stopped as the ad stated that it would start showing at theaters on Friday.  I was very confused because I knew that I had seen the movie.  Even described scenes and dialog from the movie.  My brother-in-law got tickets and went to see the movie on the Friday that it opened.  Sure enough, I was right.  When my brother-in-law asked my then husband about it, the response was a shrug and "She does that all the time.  She dreams it, forgets that she dreamed it, and then thinks she's actually seen it.  You get use to it.  It's never anything important like the lottery numbers." (The movie was The Lovely Bones in case anyone was interested.  No, I haven't watched is since the conversation.)

I've tried doing dream journals, but the dreams dry up instantly, so I just go with it.  I am currently working on a meditative version that would allow me to work on directing the dreams.  Some small success but again nothing "important", yet.  I think part of the block is not wanting to know anything too important for fear that it will cause harm.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: oldghost on October 12, 2013, 04:08:11 PM
CE , get a digital Vox tape recorder and see if you speak in your sleep . If you do write it in your journal . If you speak in a language you do not understand , search the words out .
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Eliza on November 13, 2013, 09:35:31 PM
Thanks, Ash Whitewolf.  After I had read the entire topic, one thing I came back to say that I too have heard from a medium I respect that deja vu was an indication that you are moving along the path you have chosen.  I think that is correct.  It is for me, anyway.

As far as past life regression, I don't want to go there.  There have been times before going to sleep that I feel that a memory is trying to come in, but can't.  My feeling is that if it is something my inner self can't handle, that it might be worse than some stuff I have worked past to control my PTSD, then I will leave it alone.

I did have one instance when I suddenly, and without haveing any prior thoughts about
the subject of the Holocaust, remembered standing in a line with a lot of other women waiting to go into showers, and somehow knowing that I didn't want to be there, or go into that building.  I was merely standing in a real line on a lovely day at a rest stop.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: DarksLyric on December 22, 2013, 05:47:13 PM
After reading this forum i felt perhaps I could add a little something as well. For one i would like to help Drac remember or redream the dream. Perhaps if you meditate about it before bed and and put all your energy into the gods and goddesses and ask for clarity the dream may come back to you. As you close your eyes try placing yourself mentally in the dream. It may take time but it will come to you if it is important. 

I have had deja vu my whole life as does my youngest daughter. I chalk it up to being future memories, but sometimes it is revealed as a past life regression as well. I will arrive at a place and know I have been there before. Not in this life time but before. And i know it was before because i know things I should not know. But i have seen this place and i know exactly how I will react, and who I will see. Or perhaps I will speak with someone and know the words before they even speak them. I also have the ability to know historical things that I have never been educated on, but i just know.  I feel all of this deep inside as it unfolds. 

As a child it scared me but as an adult I just go with it now and consider myself lucky in knowing. I do my best never to second guess my inner self on these matters. 

I have had past life regression hypnosis once. It brought me to tears and I have never had it done again.  I do remember things on my own, like I said things i should not know but i do.
Title: Re: Past life regressive hypnosis
Post by: Draconis Rex on December 23, 2013, 10:16:02 AM
Thanks for that DL, I'll give it a try but my meditation is not that great; I tend to wander off....LoL
 
Deja vu as a future memory? I've heard this said before and I like the idea, it's sad how we don't know about it until the occurrence happens though. Rarely happens to me any more, I think I lost that as I grew.