Life Between Lives

Posted by Karen Hadalski at 19 January 2013

Category: Body-Mind-Spirit

If you’ve ever wondered what your life’s true purpose is, I’d suggest reading–and rereading–Michael Newton’s Journey of Souls and Destiny of Souls. 

Though I’ve mentioned these titles before and refer to them in Karma: How To View It, Use It, and Lose It, most of us enter into life with one major goal/purpose/lesson to learn as well as sub-categories of karmic relationships and debts to balance and a list of  skills and talents to build upon and perfect.

While we might have a strong intuitive sense of what these are–or just an inkling–there are certain life stages during which the question, “Why am I here and what is my purpose in life?” asserts itself more strongly and persistently:  adolescence, graduation from high school, when we choose a college major or vocation, marry, decide where to live and whether or not to have children, enter middle-age, become empty-nester’s, and retirement being some of these.

Every thoughtful person wants to make the most of his or her life, regardless of whether they believe we only live once and “that’s all there is,” how we live our one life will determine how and where we will spend Eternity, or that we live many lives through reincarnation.

In the past all we could do to validate that we were headed in the right (or wrong) direction was to follow the clues that our life circumstances provided; seek inner guidance through prayer and meditation; read what others had to say on the subject; or, if so inclined, obtain a “Life Reading” from a well researched and respected psychic.

But the current information about life between lives coming from those who recount Near Death Experiences and case studies of hypnotic regression therapists offer more accurate, detailed information about what seems to be fairly universal experiences.

One if these is a sort of consultation with an “advisory council” of wise spiritual advisors who help us  decide what particular goals to concentrate on accomplishing when coming into the world as the person we are, now.

Life Between Life (LBL) regressionists, trained in Newton’s method of hypnosis, are growing in number and springing-up in many areas of the country and the world.  To date, I have resisted any form of hypnosis, as I don’t like the idea of allowing another–any “other”–to interfere with my thoughts and free will.

However, a woman whom many respect and whose ethics, intentions, and expertise I feel good about is currently doing LBL regressions in Virginia Beach and I’m seriously considering a session with her.

I’m at one of those life stages where I want to be as clear as possible about making the best use of my time and energy.  And, if I find it necessary to make any course corrections, now would be the time to do so.  I don’t want to leave this world with “unfinished business” or regrets, as  I am one who does believe in reincarnation and karma. And, I certainly do not want to start-off my next life with the time-wasting burden of tying-up loose ends from this one!

If you have undergone an LBL regression and would like to share your experiences, I would certainly be interested in hearing about them.  And, when I have experienced my own, I will certainly share them with you.

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