This fascinating therapy is a natural part/progression of the Intra Personal guided imagery therapy work that I have been doing for decades. Guided imagery therapy bypasses the symptoms of any issue, and goes right to the root cause-which may not come from this lifetime. It moves through time and space to the lifetime, or lifetimes, to directly and quickly gain the knowledge and understanding for healing in this one. It is incredibly powerful, and the experience is dramatically life changing. Knowledge is power, and when we learn about our past, and find the answers to why things are happening, they are no longer an issue for us.

How can this be? Past lives? But doesn’t this go against what my religion teaches?

Actually, no.

What history shows us, is that reincarnation was an accepted concept and belief in ALL of the religions and cultural traditions around the world- until politics eliminated it slowly, one by one, for control of the people by the governing powers.

The major religions, or traditions of the East, such as Hinduism and Buddhism believe in reincarnation as a core principal, as a reality. The Sufi tradition of Islam celebrates reincarnation as well, in song, poetry, and dance. We are more aware of these areas of faith and their belief in it, but what about the others?

Reincarnation, or gilgul, existed in the Jewish faith for thousands of years, and was a fundamental cornerstone, until somewhere between 1800-1850, when the desire to modernize and to be more accepted by the scientific Western communities, transformed the Eastern European Jewish communities. In his book, The Way of God, Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto describes reincarnation: “A single soul can be reincarnated a number of times in different bodies, and in this manner, it can rectify the damage done in previous incarnations. Similarly, it can also attain perfection that was not attained in its previous incarnations.”

In Christianity, reincarnation was prevalent in its early writings. Emperor Constantine deleted the New Testament references to reincarnation in the fourth century, when Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire. He felt that it would threaten the stability of the empire if people thought they would have another chance, and they might be less obedient to him. He then added there would a single Judgment Day for all, to the New Testament. In the fourth century, the Second Council of Constantinople further supported Constantine’s act by officially declaring reincarnation a heresy. It was believed that this was needed to control people’s behavior. During the time before the Second Council, church fathers such as St Jerome, Origen, and Clement of Alexandria, as well as the Gnostics, accepted believed in reincarnation. The Christian Cathars of southern France and Italy were severely brutalized for this belief as late as the 12th century.

The elimination and repression of the teachings and belief in reincarnation has been political, not spiritual.

The Soul is immortal, eternal. As such, it lives on after we die, in both directions of time and space. Each reincarnation brings new lessons for the Soul to learn and master. The lifetimes and lessons learned, and not learned, can be great resources of knowledge and healing for us if they are hampering our current life’s healing, and ability to live in joy. It is truly a journey of the Soul, a deeply spiritual journey, helping you gain spiritual wisdom and knowledge beyond anything you’ve ever dreamed. It is a definite part of the mind/body connection, a holistic approach that aids healing in ways you’ve never dreamed possible.