Karen began offering Regression Therapy in 1994 and offers over 20 years experience in the US and Australia.
Where do we come from? Why are we here? Where are we going?
“If you really want to know who we are, we must first know who we were.” Roger Woolger, PhD. Author of “Healing Your Past Lives” and “Other Lives, Other Selves.”
Since my first past life regression, I am happy to say my fear of heights and being in small confined
places (lifts etc) have gone. I have also noticed improvements in my health issues that we addressed
during the sessions. My sleep patterns have also improved. I am noticing changes in my patterns that have plagued me all of my life. Thank you Karen for the amazing processes that you offer.” Jill A. Brisbane.
Past Life Regression therapy is an effective way to discover the subconscious reasons for unexplained pain/illness’, fears, phobias, recurring dreams and negative emotional personality tendencies and negative relationship patterning. By accessing the subconscious mind you can access these memories, identify traumas, heal them and finally letting them go. You can receive a shift or change in your present life condition. Through exploration of past lives, it is possible to understand repeated patterns of abusive or obsessive behaviours, addictions and blocks to love and abundance in your life.
What lessons we may have chosen to learn this time around. We have seen how old stories, carried quite unconsciously, can become the driving force behind the continuous scripts and compulsive patterns that dominate our current lives.
You may find that you are attracting misfortunes, bad relationship, or persistent unhappiness. We all know people,
for example, who go from one bad relationship to another, always replaying the same betrayal script and we all know people who are chronically accident-prone. ‘Karma’ is trauma that has been accumulated from past lives.
Just as you may carry trauma from a traumatic childhood experience into adulthood your soul registers trauma throughout your many lives. This can be from a traumatic death or circumstance that you felt during or at the end
of that life. You can resolve problems, including illness, by understanding and healing the trauma that you
experienced in past lives.
By finding out about our past lives and letting go of trauma, like a butterfly effect, it can release you from the karma of continuing to create the illness, fear, phobias or negative tendencies. You travel with the same people throughout your different lives, and by understanding a connection with another person in another life, we can change the karma or outcome in this life. This can explain why you are having difficulty with someone in your life to gain deeper understanding. If you hurt someone in a past life, then you may find you are being attacked or hurt by this person in this life. We have all been victims and perpetrators and by accessing past life memories you can heal any trauma so that you can experience a positive change in your life. Think of it as re-writing your subconscious, in a good way.
When you are experiencing a past life regression you are led back to a different time through guided meditation or hypnosis. Your body is relaxed; your mind is aware and awake. Your eyes are closed and you see and feel that you are in a different time and place. You are able to talk and answer questions about your experience. This can be done in a quiet and peaceful setting.
When accessing future lives this is valuable to access advanced knowledge/healing in a future life.
In-between lives is accessing information as to what you are learning, why you chose to come back,
connections with other people also to visit your soul group/family.
Past Life Regression Session
$200 (session 2- 2 1/2 hours)
Karen is inspired by Dr. Brian Weiss, Author of “Many
Lives, Many Masters” and has attended workshops with Dr. Weiss in Australia in
2010 & 2012.
Suggested Readings: “Many Lives, Many Masters” by Dr. Brian
“Other Lives, Other Selves” by Roger Woolger, MD Any of Dr. Michael
Newton, books on Lives Between Lives.
Examples of past life trauma representing in present life.
#1. 50 year old man with high blood pressure for over 10 years
continues to enjoy good
health and normal blood pressure….
Case Study #1. 50 year old Man suffered a mild heart attack and had high blood pressure for over
10 years. Doctors want to increase medication after the heart attack. He experienced anxiety at work
and with a superior which he feels was what set off his mild heart attack. He
had felt blocked about his career, wanting to step up to management but felt he couldn’t more forward.
Client. “I am walking in a canyon
during the day. Someone is missing and we are looking for them. I
wonder off by myself, there is a snake. I walk around a rock and
scare it and it bites me.”
Therapist. “Lets go to the last day of your life, in that life. Did you die the day you
got bitten by the snake?”
Client. “No I live my life paralysed, in a wheel chair. I don’t marry or have a family.
I hate how everyone looked down on me, like I was less of a man because I couldn’t walk.”
Client.”I am on board a ship and there is a battle. A canon ball hits the deck in front of me
and a large piece of wood comes up and pierces me close to my heart. I am laying on
deck bleeding out.”
Therapist. “what are you thinking?”
Client. “I am in shock that my life is over. I
regret living only for my career not having a
family. I feel anger towards my superiors and God for my life being taken so
quickly (I was around 40) I devoted my life to ‘their’ cause and I didn’t get to
reap any rewards for my devotion to the crown.” Follow up session three months later.
Follow up: Clients blood pressure returned to normal after two months. He has more
energy to exercise and is fitter and feeling better than he has in over 10
years. He is feeling more confident and has renewed energy for life. He
happily reported progressing in his career and was pursuing a management
position and training after feeling blocked for many years and unable to move forward.
Cast Study #2. Client is a woman in her 30’s with Muscular Dystrophy.
Is high functioning, able to drive a car and lives alone. Has limited upper
body strength. Is also in the muscles in her jaw and neck which impedes her speech.
Client. “I am on a battle ground. I am running and bombs are exploding
all around me. One explodes right in front of me.”
Therapist. “View it as though in slow motion and I
want you to tell me what you are feeling throughout your
Client. “I am being thrown backwards. It feels as though
my entire body is going into a million pieces.”
“what is the last thought going through your mind?”
client. ” I will never recover from this.”
Follow up: Client has began to take on muscle weight and has improved speech. Anxiety, phobias greatly reduced.
Case Study #3. Client has acute sciatica pain beginning at the right
hip and extending to just below the right knee. She cannot sleep at night as she
is awoken many times during the night with the sharp pain when she moves in her
sleep. After two weeks of this pain and trying traditional therapies, such as
chiropractic treatments and remedial massage, although these provided short-term
relief the Client chose PLR with hopes to end the incapacitating pain.
Therapist. “What do you see?”
Client. “I am in the water. I see two tall ships with canons. There was a battle.
Lots of men in the water and I am one of them.”
C. “There is a long boat. They are pulling in the survivors. I
know I have got to get to the longboat to survive!” ‘I swim as hard as I
could towards the boat. Suddenly I am stopped dead in my tracks. I am
still swimming but I am not moving forward. I look over my right shoulder
and I see the outline of a shark. It has my leg and it is not letting
T. “What are you thinking?”
C. “I am pulling as hard as I can. I think about my family waiting for me to return
home after the battle. I wonder how much longer I can put up the fight. I don’t
want to die here today.” T. “What happens next?”
C. “I feel this renewed energy come from somewhere and I swim harder than before. I am
suddenly catapulted ahead into the water. I swim hard and fast to the
longboat and they pull me up on board. We all look down at my leg. It
is gone. Just below my right knee. Blood starts to pool in the bottom
of the boat. One of the men quickly pulls off his shirt and starts binding
my leg to stop the bleeding.”
T. “And do you survive the attack?”
C. “Yes, I lose the leg and gained a peg. I see
myself as an old man on my death bed. I think back to that day and was
thankful for my determination and appreciated returning to live out the
rest of my life with my family.”
appointment with the client; 2 weeks later. The client has
had no sciatica pain since the regression.
Case Study #4. Client has had unexplained itching and burning sensation on
front of both shins. She has noticed that this pain has only started in the
last 5 years and happens approximately 4 times a year. A second
issue presented during the consultation that she was feeling extreme
frustration over incidents with her teenage step-son (of 8 years). Even to
point where she noticed an extreme hair loss from stress.
Client says, “Nothing I seem to do or say makes a difference with him.”
Sometimes more than one question will automatically be answered when visiting a
Therapist. “What do you see?”
Client. “It is the middle of the night. I wake up coughing. The room is completely filled with
T. “Where are you?”
Client. “I can see the outside of the building now. It is about 3-4 levels
high. Dark brown apartment building. I see the old-fashioned fire truck with
flashing lights. I am getting Chicago in the 50’s or 60’s.”
T. “Is there
anyone else in the apartment?”
C. “Yes, my son.” She
T. “What else can you see or hear?”
C. “I can hear the fire trucks outside and lots of yelling. I can’t see anything, the smoke is so thick.”
T. “Where is your son?”
C. “He is in his cot on the other side of my bedroom. But I can’t see
anything. I am feeling my way to the cot. Ok, now I feel the cot. I gently
feel around for him inside. I find him up one end. But he’s not breathing.
He is my step-son in this ‘life’.” Client exclaimed a mixture of fear and
shock in her voice.
T. “What do you do?”
C. “I can hear the fire truck just outside the window. I hear
people shouting! But I can’t move. I am in shock. I just want to die with
T. “Do you go to the window?”
C. “No it is like I cannot think rationally. I am
overcome with grief and shock. The flames are coming closer
and closer.” Tears now in the clients eyes.
T. “Just drift above the scene and see it as though it is a movie playing.”
C. “Ok.” She says more relaxed.“The flames are coming
closer. I die in the fire.”
T. “What are you feeling?”
C. “I feel this deep grief and guilt that he died that way. I
should have saved him. I was responsible for him. I was his mother
and I couldn’t save him. she said tearfully.
C. “It explains why I have always had a deep-down fear for having a
baby in this life and why I opted not to. I use to have this recurring dream
where I was given a baby to look after. I would always go off and do other
things only to come back and find it had died. I would always wake up feeling a
lot of guilt and sadness. It was quite disturbing.”
Follow-up appointment with the client 6 months later. Client hasn’t had the
itching/burning sensation on her legs since the regression. Her
relationship with her step-son completely changed straight after the
regression. It was no longer strained and the communication was
improving with him. She described his behaviour previous to
the regression as ‘a sullen moody teenager’ to a happy chatty 14 yr old.
Case Study. #2. A woman who has muscular dystrophy
journeyed to a past life in war where she was killed in war by
a bomb exploding in front of her.
After 4 different sessions (six months), processing different traumas, she is
now putting on muscle weight….further findings will be updated…..May 2013
#3. Woman with sciatica pain has not experienced this since the regression done
18 months previously.
#4. Woman is continuing to have a good relationship with her step-son.