Past life regression is a technique used by some hypnotherapists to try to get clients to remember their past lives. Implicit in this procedure is the spiritual belief that souls exist and come back many times, living in different times and places, experiencing different genders, races, social classes and so forth in an attempt to learn.
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~Do you have issues that seem unexplained in this life?
~Have you felt like you have lived somewhere before?
~Are you curious about what past lives you have lived?
Past life regression is a therapeutic technique used under hypnosis which brings you into a place of focus to access your past lives, where you are actively participating and communicating with your healer to guide you on your journey back. Sometimes, metaphors are shown to you rather than a past life.
If you experienced a trauma or grief in a past life it can affect you in this life, this style of therapy can support you to resolve or leave the issues in the past life so that it does not affect you in your present life.
Past life regression can support you with~
~An unexplained attraction to a place or person
~Clearing vivid dreams or nightmares
~Chronic unexplained illness
~Déjà vu experiences
~Feeling stuck or lost in your life
~Unexplained feelings or a sense of knowing
~An unexplained phobia or fear
Using finger pressure on key acu points around the body, acupressure aims to stimulate the body’s natural self-curative abilities. It can be particularly supportive for relieving pain, balancing the body’s energy and helping to maintain good health. Acupressure can also help to support the reduction of muscular tension, increase circulation and enable deep relaxation.
Many people choose acupressure as an alternative to acupuncture, with a treatment that works on the same principles but without the use of needles. Acupressure therapy can also be taught to help you self-treat. These techniques are easy to learn, simple to use and a great way to focus on your own health and wellbeing.
Acupressure massage can be particularly effective for ~
~Relieving pain of conditions such as backache, neck stiffness and arthritis
~Conditions that encompass the whole system such as chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia
~Helping you to cope with stress and day to day pressures, helping to release physical tension, achieve deep relaxation and restore vitality for overall wellbeing
~Maintenance of good health by strengthening the immune system and boosting the body’s resistance to disease
~Labour pain relief.
Sound bath is an ancient sound-healing practice whereby the yogi relaxes in a reclining position – often supported in savasana (corpse pose) – and allows the healing sounds of traditional musical performances to bath over him/her. The music is typically generated by such instruments and methods as singing bowls, gongs, drumming, tuning forks and chanting.
Sound bath is an ancient practice dating back more than 2,000 years with roots in Tibet. It has recently gained popularity in the West as a relaxation technique in conjunction with yoga and meditation.
Amaroli is a traditional technique used by some ancient yogis of using one’s own urine for therapeutic or spiritual purposes. This may be by drinking it or massaging it into the body. Amaroli is said to be helpful for curing diseases and optimizing health and well-being.
Proponents of amaroli suggest that it should only be used when the techniques have been learned from a qualified teacher who knows the practice well, as its use varies from individual to individual.