A man came for a Past Life Regression because he said, "I feel dead since my car accident." After the usual light-trance hypnotic state was created, I directed him back to the source experience for "feeling dead." He quickly recalled an automobile accident a few years earlier.
He was able to describe the accident scene from outside his body, which was lying on the highway beside his badly damaged automobile. Some people had stopped to help, but there wasn't they could do except observe the disaster. As my client was lying unconscious on the highway, two people were standing over him, and one said to the other, "This guy is dead." The cause of his "feeling dead" was due to that comment at that scene!(Jump to top next paragraph . . .)
Remember that the unconscious mind records literally, does not know right from wrong, and always tries to follow what it perceives as an instruction. In this case, my client's unconscious mind recorded and accepted the bystander's comment as an instruction, in much the same way in the "Thirty Years of Pain" Case where the woman received her "instruction" while on the operating table.
The client was healed of his "dead feeling" by recalling the scene again, but with awareness and understanding in his conscious mind of what really happened. The message about being dead that his unconscious mind had recorded was changed to a more positive statement about what actually happened.(Jump to Nav Menu)
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