For a lot of people, the main reason for exploring a past life is to find a missing piece to your personal puzzle — the key that can unlock the door of something that nags at you but for which you lack an explanation in your present life.
So get ready for a journey through time and space – literally. In this half-day intensive Past Life Regression session, you’ll be guided into deep trance and experience first hand past lives through regression. In this open, accepting, relaxed environment you can access several key lives you’ve lived, unveiling roles, relationships, places and talents that were important to you. More importantly, what you have gained from these lifetimes, including any effects you’ve carried forward to the present. The session includes introduction, group regression, post regression analysis and a possible individual regression demonstration.
During your experience we embark on a journey into your different “lifetimes” uncovering:
1) Who you were,
2) What roles you filled (career, position) ,
3) What you learned (skill sets to life lessons),
4) Relationships you had (lovers, family, friends, colleagues, nemesis) and
5) Any dynamics you carried forward into the present.
so that you may:
• Cultivate talents from earlier existences
• Release emotional baggage
• Gain more control over this life
• Understand about your soul mates and soul companions
• Discover new tools for developing your intuition and psychic abilities
This workshop is for individuals who wish to participate in an interesting and insightful look into their past lives…
Date: Saturday, August 4, 2018
Time: 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Location:Stanley Court Room, West End Community Centre, 870 Denman St., Vancouver
That was an awesome workshop today ! Much more than I ever expected. You always over-deliver, you know!
I often wonder where your knowledge and wisdom come from…it definitely seems other worldly and absolutely insightful & thought provoking. I have been on the search for this.
Thanks. See you Thurs.
I got home tonight to google some stuff around the images and information I got in the regression tonight – and I was BLOWN away! If you recall, I discovered I was a man named Zoltan living in 10th century Moldavia. So as I looked online, I found out that the likeliness for such a name to exist in the geography was very realistic! Geographically speaking, I had no idea where Moldavia was located. Then I googled 10th century Moldavia and was again very surprised to see architectural images that were very similar to what I envisioned in the regression! Again, I would have no way of knowing this!
I just had to share this information with you, Kemila! This is such fascinating stuff! I truly look forward to the next one you will do!