It's often true that doing past life work will open the door to further information and insights after the session. I had a dramatic example just the other day. A client came in wanting to find how she had known a good friend in a prior lifetime. Despite all indications that she would be a great candidate for regression, she hit a block and could not get anything - and I tried quite a few techniques that usually get clients past blocks. As we wound up our work she shared that she was a frequent and vivid dreamer. So I coached her on suggesting to her unconscious mind before retiring at night, that she would like to get past life material about this friend. Well sure enough, she excitedly called me the next day to announce that she had a wonderful dream that night about a lifetime where the two of them were also together as close friends. It appears that dreaming is her best way to open to the unconscious memories of the past.
An interesting article appeared in The Epoch Times earlier this year. A German business man started to have spontaneous past life memories when his business began to fail during WWII. His memories were so detailed that he was able to find records of a man whose life matched precisely what he remembered. As a result of the business failure in the prior life, the man committed suicide. Not so in this lifetime -- which indeed is one of the reasons we sometimes repeat circumstances, to get a 'redo' in a sense, where we handle things more effectively -- the German businessman lived until a natural death at age 80. You can read the entire article at:
The International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) will be hosting its annual conference in San Antonio, Texas, in September this year. They've accepted my proposal to present a workshop entitled "Virtual NDE for Everyone: Accessing Heaven through Past Life Therapy". As past life clients go through death in their prior lives they often have access to similar realizations and transformative spiritual guidance that NDE folk enjoy. And it certainly is a much kinder way to touch eternity than an actual NDE. Check out IANDS and come to San Antonio!