Exploring the memories of your past and future lives.
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Past Life Tourism
Ever had that feeling of deja vu? Do you sometimes get a snapshot of a long forgotten memory? Now it is possible to retrieve your own memories from a past life.
Past lives therapist Barbara Ford-Hammond unveils the methods used to connect to your past (and future) lives. With real life participants selected especially for this book, the author unveils their hidden memories of the hereafter.
This book will enable you, with a step-by-step approach, to research your memories.
The interest in past life regression has surged over recent years and many people are intrigued, but have neither the interest nor the resources to visit a regression therapist. Here you will be able to self-regress and if you wish, research your findings.
We are all the sum total of our experiences and lessons in life regardless of whether they are from this one, the last or the next - as you will discover, if you haven't already. Finding out about our past lives is a very attractive thought. Many people visit psychics to be told who they were or what might happen, when actually it is very possible to retrieve our own memories.
Herein are the answers for everyone with an interest or reason to learn the techniques.
Phobic reactions seem to fall into various categories: someone else’s, late onset, developed in childhood or no apparent cause.
Someone else’s fear - of spiders, for example, usually forms in childhood from seeing another person, most often a parent, screaming or reacting in terror when an eight-legged beastie is in the vicinity. I’ve never met anyone who has been assaulted by a spider but the fear that spider phobics have can be very debilitating, and over the years can spread to other bugs and things that fly or creep. I can remember my mother standing on a chair, armed with a broom, because she thought she saw a mouse. Luckily, I thought that was very cool and secretly wished that I could catch one and keep it for a pet.
That was probably one of my first delusions.