Self Reincarnation or Regression of the Past Life, surrealism picture
Have you ever met someone for the first time, but in your heart you sense as if you have seen them before, in the past life maybe? Have you ever felt into the dream as if you had always been there? Have you ever sensed knowing where you had come from, or knew where you were going? It seems sometimes that life is but a brief tenancy of the one of many time dwellings a human spirit obliged to experience in the journeys to eternity. The popular believe states that anyone or anything you lose comes round in another form. Hence, there is no need to lament, reincarnation will follow. The mainstream religions including Christianity and Islam do not believe in reincarnation; however certain groups within these religions discuss reawakening anyway.
Everybody is familiar more or less with this subject matter. As a philosophical and religious concept, reincarnation deals with a phase of a being starting a new life in a different physical body after each biological death. Rebirth and transmigration are some forms of reincarnation as well. The origins of reincarnation appeared in the philosophical traditions of India. Though, the Greeks and the Celtic Druids are also had exercised a doctrine of reincarnation. Buddha affirmed that there is karma as well, which effects the rebirth, and that the continual cycles of births and deaths are endless. Generally, religions that preach a human spirit migration do not embrace the idea of storing the past lives memories and their retrieval. Nevertheless, some believe that the past live incarnation’s recalls might be recovered throughout hypnosis stances in a form of delusions and fantasies.
Past-life regression is a pursuit of a spiritual and psychological experience of the previous stages of existence. Self-hypnosis is one of the ways to experience possibilities of repressed memories and knowledge. Transcendent self-preparation is the vital key to the success of this type of exercise. The idea of having genetic and psychological experience of your ancestors somewhere in the background one’s mind is extremely appealing to many. Things become possible at times if we want them desperately enough. Imagine to be able having access to such abundant source of wisdom and knowledge. The possibilities appear to be endless. Nothing is ever truly lost, as long as we remember it. However, the most awful memories rather stay with us forever, while the good ones seem to slip through to oblivion. Remembering might seem easy; forgetting that is what might be hard.