Past life therapy is an extremely affective tool as a means to pinpoint reasoning for certain attitudes, behaviors, and actions in an individual. Ann C. Barham, author of THE PAST LIFE PERSPECTIVE, shares what issues can be addressed in this type of therapy.
Past life therapy is becoming more and more accepted in the mainstream as an extremely useful therapeutic tool. It can be a rapid way to bring up and resolve issues in one or two sessions that might otherwise take many months or years of traditional counseling to address. And it can be useful as well for those who would not otherwise consider themselves in need of counseling or therapy services: people who want to expand their experience, draw upon inner wisdom, and connect with loved ones across the ages. This work can lead to significant transformations in how you view yourself and the world: people often come away with a greater realization of the eternal nature of their being, their connection to others, and a closer experience of the love-filled energy that underlies all life. There is nothing like going through your own death, realizing that your awareness continues past the existence of your physical body, and finding yourself reunited with loved ones and the incredible love that permeates eternal existence. It is a much less traumatic way to have a near-death experience that transforms your view on life than having to actually experience a serious illness or life-threatening accident.
Some of the significant areas in which past life therapy has traditionally been used are the following:
- Troubling behavior and attitude patterns that have persisted over time despite attempts to change.
- Relationship dynamics that seem to have a life of their own (e.g., intense attraction/aversion to another person, or deep-seated issues that defy resolution).
- Phobias: intense fears, such as fear of heights or fear of water, that do not seem connected to an experience in the current life.
- Some chronic physical ailments, sensations, and pains.
- Dominant attitudes or emotions that seem to persist throughout one’s life (e.g., depression, anxiety, or negativity). Past life therapy also can focus on more positive past life experiences in addition to going after traumatic or troubling memories. This can be an exciting and rewarding avenue when applied to areas such as these:
- Accessing strengths and accomplishments from prior lifetimes that can be brought forward to increase confidence in the present.
- Re-experiencing a happy, successful lifetime, which can bring a sense of balance and peace when undergoing difficult times.
- Clarifying direction and life purpose by viewing one’s blueprint for this lifetime.
- Finding prior lifetimes shared with current loved ones, bringing a great sense of reassurance that we are indeed never parted from those we love.
- Accessing the wisdom, peace, and guidance that are available from the “interlife,” the spiritual realm we inhabit between physical lifetimes on earth, where our higher mind and/or spiritual guidance can assess our progress and give direction to our current lifetime.
- Strengthening the clarity of the spiritual nature of our existence.
Discover more about Past Life Therapy in THE PAST LIFE PERSPECTIVE by Ann C. Barham!
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Excerpted from The Past Life Perspective by Ann C. Barham. Copyright © 2018 by the author. Used by permission of the publisher. All rights reserved.
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