Today I want to talk about a topic that impacts all of us, specifically grief, death and dying in relationship to the experience of a past life regression. I think that death is something that clearly impacts all of us. Not only are we born knowing that eventually we will have to give up these bodies and move on, and die, but we also know that is going to happen to the people around us, our loved ones. And grief is a very difficult thing to deal with in human form. We love people, are connected to them, and then they have to leave us in physical form. It has been my experience that they do continue to be around us, only in spirit form. But we can’t hug them, or see them or be with them physically. So that separation can be very difficult.
I myself got into doing this work and spiritual life coaching through my own journey of healing my grief after losing my mother when I was very young. So I know first hand how difficult it is to accept these losses and see the bigger picture to our existence, and the existence of others as well. We have talked about soul mates before, that we come here and connect with these other people in physical form.
And these connections can be very powerful. As human beings, we crave connection. It is engrained in our DNA to want to connect with other people and build these relationships, families.
One of the things that happens during a past life regression is that you get to encounter, first hand your own immortality. By seeing yourself in a different body, or a different form, you might even be a different gender, or ethnicity, is very powerful. You can literally see that who you are is not your body. And that there is a part of you that does exist before life, and therefore will exist after life, can be a very powerful and healing experience. And you can see other people with you in your past lives that you were together with before, and maybe they have already left or transitioned beyond this earthly plane, but seeing them in your past life can help you know that you will indeed see them again.
And so, it doesn’t take away the grief, we still miss them and wish they were here, but it does add a layer of understanding that there is a spiritual dimension and a realm that exists around us. And know the truth- that our loved ones stay connected to us over many lifetimes. A past life regression can be a powerful vehicle for healing of grief around death, dying and loss.