What is Past Life Regression?
Past life regression therapy is a hypnotic regression method used successfully as a therapeutic technique by psychologists and psychiatrists to resolve psychological and/or physical dis-eases. It appears as if the onset of current ailments are a result of a carryover effect from a previous incarnation. If no current lifetime events are uncovered that could be contributing factors to the ailments, the therapist will regress the client to a previous life, in search of the cause of these ailments. When the client is regressed back through his or her current life, the knowledge itself from the past life is often enough to quickly resolve these ailments. The simplest case I can think of would be an irrational fear of drowning in which there are no discoverable events of potential drowning within the current life. However, upon past life regression, the discovery that the client had traumatically died by drowning surfaces.
But that's not all. As Victor Zammit lists in his wonderful chapter on reincarnation, which details the research of many of the pioneers of this technique,…
- the regression frequently leads to a cure of a physical illness;
- in some cases the person regressed begins to speak an unlearned foreign language;
- in some cases the person being regressed remembers details so astonishing accuracy that, when researched, are verified by the top historians;
- the emotional intensity of the experience is such that it convinces many formerly skeptical psychiatrists who are used to dealing with fantasy and imagined regressions; and
- in some cases the alleged cause of death in an immediate past life is reflected by a birthmark in the present life.
Victor Zammit's compilation of evidence concisely summarizes much more detailed works that overwhelming support past life existence and life after death. The suggested reading below include not only his work, but those of authors that have performed the rigorous task of researching and recording past life experiences.
Many Lives, Many Masters
by Brian Weiss
As a traditional psychotherapist, Dr. Brian Weiss was astonished and skeptical when one of his patients began recalling past-life traumas that seemed to hold the key to her recurring nightmares and anxiety attacks. His skepticism was eroded, however, when she began to channel messages from the "space between lives," which contained remarkable revelations about Dr. Weiss’s family and his dead son. Using past-life therapy, he was able to cure the patient and embark on a new, more meaningful phase of his own career.
A Lawyer Presents the Case for the Afterlife - 4th Edition
by Victor Zammit
FROM THE FOREWARD
The following was dictated by William Cadwell in Sydney on 11 August 2006. William died in 1897. He is the spirit entity controlling a series of remarkable materialization experiments from the “next world” through the mediumship of David Thompson.
Any reader who picks up Mr. Zammit’s book will see by his empirical evidence, his truth, his honesty and his clarity of mind that he has taken the time to investigate the true purpose of the human soul’s transition from the state of living within the Earth vibration to the state of what is known as the next life.
There is much information contained within these pages that readers, be they novice or learned in the understanding of life after death, will find interesting.
This book can surely change the inquirer’s mind to understand that [whereas] once they thought that death was the end, that their mind will be released of the bondage of uncertainty and that they will surely see that life exists beyond the grave.
Mr. Zammit has done a great service to humanity by allowing the world to share with his findings.
Reliving Past Lives
by Helen Wambach
Helen Wambach, a noted psychologist, professor, and therapist, assembled over 1,000 subjects in small workshops and under hypnosis regressed them to specified time periods in the past. Each subject was given a posthypnotic suggestion that enabled him or her to fill a data sheet documenting the experiences of that past life, and pinpointing the place on the map in which it was lived.
The data sheets provided the most of the verifiable evidence in Wambach's study. These lives were lived in different parts of the world, and the distribution agrees with the known population densities of these areas at the appropriate historical times. Because each recall is individual, there would be no way that telepathy, fantasy, or chance alone could determine the way in which the cumulative statistics emerged when the data was evaluated. These data build an impressive case for the existence of past lives.
See also: Between Life Regression