Studies of meditation techniques such as transcendental meditation and mantra repetition have some positive effects and improvements in symptoms of depression and PTSD. (Lang & Strauss, 2012) A Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) technique has been utilized for PTSD. This intervention incorporates mindfulness practices, including meditation and yoga. Research states that this has had a medium effect on PTSD and depression. (Lang & Strauss, 2012) Mindfulness practices help to increase body awareness and be in touch with feelings and perceptions. Mindfulness suggests that “through the practice of shifting attention and assuming a nonjudgmental stance, patients may learn to be less reactive to intrusive or ruminative thoughts. Mantra meditation has more commonly been linked to decreasing physiological arousal.” (Lang & Strauss, 2012) Practicing mindfulness calms down the sympathetic nervous system so that one is less likely to be thrown into flight or fight. (Kolk, 2014) Mindfulness is a great coping strategy for PTSD, especially during a time when triggers and flashbacks happen. (Lang & Strauss, 2012)
Guided Meditations Service
Guided meditation is simply “meditation with the help of a guide”. It’s one of the easiest ways to enter into a state of deep relaxation and inner stillness, and it’s one of the most powerful ways to eliminate stress and bring about positive personal changes.
While you are in this deeply relaxed state of mind, your subconscious is open to positive suggestions, and your guide will use this time to take you on an inner journey that is designed to improve one or more aspects of your life. For example, a guided meditation might be tailored towards personal empowerment and positive thinking. Another might focus on emotional healing or spiritual development. Or you might be taken on a guided journey to unleash your full potential.
Guided meditation can be an experience that is not only relaxing, but one that enhances your sense of self, that transforms your perspective in positive ways, and that inspires you to live your life to the fullest. It’s an effortless and very enjoyable experience that results in deep relaxation, elimination of stress and a heightened appreciation of life.
Past Life Regression Service
What is Regression?
The word regression usually means to go back to or to return to something. Yet, it is something more. It means looking at your projected future in terms of your past behavior… somewhat like a line graph. It is the ability of the unconscious mind to retrieve historical memories from childhood or previous lives, usually through hypnotic regression or altered state consciousness. Past Life Therapy searches emotionally or physically traumatic life memories for therapeutic purposes.
How will it Help Me?
Past Life Regression is a therapy that has helped and healed people spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically, and even financially. Your reflection upon the past can bring meaning, understanding, and insight to the present. It can often even lend a fresh perspective to a situation and reveal implications for working with related issues in the future. For example, an event or behaviour from the past could well be a pattern that gets repeated, in essence, with minor, predictable changes. Any repeated negative behavior pattern usually leads to problems and therefore needs to be broken. But in order to break away, one has to first travel back and find the life where this pattern was generated and then get down to its root cause. You can only fix a problem once you find it.
Where does past life recall come from?
Past-life recall comes from long-term memory banks that are stored within the subconscious and the universal consciousness. The soul’s detailed history is stored in its Akashic Records which are connected to the subconscious mind. “Akashic Records” is a term used in ancient scriptures for a ‘universal filing system’ which records every occurring thought, word, and action. They are similar to a Cosmic or collective consciousness. Through regression sessions, one can gain access to your records, particularly to the section related to the issue you are exploring and this happens through certain states of consciousness.