~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
Karuna typically translates as “compassion” in English and is a concept used in the spiritual paths of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The word comes from the Sanskrit kara, meaning “to do” or “to make,” indicating an action-based form of compassion, rather than the pity or sadness associated with the English word. Karuna is the doing of something to alleviate suffering.
Karuna is a key element of the yogic path, opening the door to the enlightenment and oneness with the universe.
Ishvara is the concept of a higher power, but has different meanings, depending on the various schools of Hinduism. Ishvara is synonymous with Brahman (or Absolute Reality), but can also refer to the Supreme Consciousness or a personal god.
In yoga, many yogis choose their own ishvara to focus on in their practice.
Mindstream is a concept from Buddhist philosophy that refers to the continuity of awareness which carries on from one life to another. This can be viewed as a string of passing moments that happen either in the same lifetime or in the transitional period between one life and another.
An understanding of mindstream can allow a yogi to meditate more deeply and effectively during yoga practice as well as draw upon wisdom from past lives. It is especially important in the practice of Guru yoga, as the practitioner has to unite their mindstream with that of their guru.