"The past beats inside me like a second heart." ~ John Banville, The Sea
When I was sixteen, I had a dream which reoccurred with some regularity. An immense grizzly bear stood in front of me before he dropped down over top of me and mauled me to death. On the nights that this dream came to me, my screams startled me awake as I called out for my brother. I could not pronounce his name after I was fully awake. The youngest of four girls, I was puzzled by the depth of emotion I had for my brother who did not exist in this lifetime. Many years later, through past life regression, I discovered that I had been mauled by a grizzly bear as part of my life as a member of the Blackfoot Native American tribe. The brother that I called for has returned and is currently a female friend in my life now.
Even as a child I had an almost obsessive interest in World War II. I was particularly consumed with literature about the Warsaw ghetto, cattle cars, concentration camps and the huge piles of dead bodies. I would pour over the books and scrutinize the faces in the photographs, particularly the children. My sisters were all older than me and I looked at their books too. My mother was uncomfortable with my behavior and asked me what I was doing. I said that I was "looking for my children". I was seven at the time. In 2012, during a regression, I discovered my life as a Polish doctor who lived in the Warsaw ghetto with a wife and two children. My wife died on the cattle car on the way to Treblinka. My children were taken from me upon arrival. They were three and eight at the time of their deaths. Even now I can see them as they held hands and walked away from me flanked by men with rifles. My last image of my son was as he glanced back and nodded to me. He would take care of his little sister.
Within each of our bodies lies a soul which has lived many, many lives. Each time I experience a regression, I am given the opportunity to grow and heal the pieces of my other lives and incorporate them into this one. Each life that I re-experience holds particular significance for me in the life that I am living now. Parallels always exist from which I gain insight and the ability to release old traumas. This helps me to understand and heal relationships in my current life. Each life is a chapter which collectively bound form the book of my eternal soul.
Past life regression (PLR) is one of many paths which lead to growth and healing. There are memories held captive within you that await their release. This therapeutic technique provides the key to unlock your memories and allow you to re-experience your past lives. Hypnotherapy utilizes focused concentration to help you enter a light trance where all your senses are heightened. It is from this safe space, with me by your side, that you will discover another chapter in the book of your soul.
The most effective and therapeutic way to recall a past life is to have a session with a trained and certified past-life regression therapist.
Past life regression therapy may help you to:
~ discover the root cause of present issues/illnesses ~ gain new perspectives to understand and heal relationships ~ release emotions, fears and anxieties from past life traumas ~ discover a greater sense of inner peace, love and compassion ~ connect with past life talents and interests ~ understand and re-align with your path & purpose in this lifetime ~ experience the transition to death and the after life
90 minutes in length - $228
- Session to be paid for in advance. - Less than 24 hour notice of cancellation, refund issued less $58 charge - No show appointments, no refunds issued.
Kate DeLodovico RN, RMT energy intuitive New Windsor, MD 21776