Past Life Regression and Life Between Lives Regression for Young People
One demographic group of people I found easy to work with are people in their early 20’s. They are mature enough to make their own decisions, such as having a past life regression experience, yet they are flexible enough for all possibilities in all realities. Generally speaking, they haven’t formed fixated ideas and beliefs; therefore their mind is open for experiences to unfold without judgement or analysis.
It’s always delightful for me to work with a young person. Many years ago, when I was 22, I started teaching young people 18-20 years of age. I don’t know if this experience made me have an affinity with young people, or if I just had it for some other reason and that teaching experience was just part of the whole delight. Chicken and eggs, who knows?
A week ago, a new client Anna came in, I was surprised how young she looks. She confirmed she’s only 23. In the email she sent me, she said, “I have always been interested in past life regression and have wanted to try it for so long.” Oh well I thought, months can be long for a young person. But she corrected me. She said she actually did want it for years.
Another 20-year-old girl would be what we term as “Indigo Child”. She is very connected. She has no problem trusting and going with the flow in the session. She came for a problem of breathing and head spinning, and we found out in a past life, she was suffocated to death by her then husband, who was in pain, after she fell to a river, hit her head on a rock, damaged her brain and became a “different” person in the village. Even though the difference enabled her newly-found healing abilities, it did disable her with some social functioning. Her husband took it as a shame and killed her in her sleep. In this life, the husband is her brother, who she has always had difficulty with. But the life-between-lives session reveals clearly that her life purpose is to be a teacher of compassion.
It’s always encouraging and inspiring for me to work with young people. Many young people who came to see me for spiritual regression are very in-tune with their inner being and inner truth. And they make excellent hypnotic subjects. I doubt that these people will ever form some sort of identity with what they believe.
It’s from them that I truly understand maturity does not have much to do with age. One young man came far one evening to see me because other hypnotherapists in his local area have a “session prerequisite” that you have to be at least 30 years old to have a life between lives regression experience. I accepted him as a client. He asked me why there is that kind of prerequisite. All I could say to him was, “It’s not my prerequisite, so I can’t explain to you something that I don’t decide to have.”
He certainly proved to me to be mature enough to do this kind of work. To be honest, I’ve worked with people over 80 years old, I don’t see inadequacy in spiritual maturity in anyone who is drawn to this kind of work. In one word, age doesn’t matter.
If other therapists want to argue that age matters, that’s fine with me. I’ll let that matter to them and I’ll be very happy to work with all those young people whom they’d reject.
So many people are waking up to reality. It has nothing to do with skin colour, sex, nationality, nor AGE.
And how about our children? For some strange reason, we have this strange idea in our actions and decision making, “Because you are at this age, you do not count.” If we could only allow ourselves to listen, there’s so much we can learn from our children.