Divorce – Past Life Regression case study
Doreen was sent to me by a good friend who said: “she is my best friend and a fascinating woman.” “Well, I said, aren’t we all fascinating?” “You’ll see” my friend replied.
Doreen was a 32-years-old MD, married with 2 little boys, and unhappy. She felt alone. Her husband was an officer in the air force, doing boring office work. At home, he would do nothing but watch TV and drink beer. She told me she had three lovers since she was married trying to fill this void. She thinks her husband knows but doesn’t care. They had been to marriage counseling but things didn’t change much. “So what do you want?” I asked. “I need to figure out my life. It’s not working.” She replied. “Do you love him?” I wondered. “I don’t know any more” She said sadly. “I would like to remind you that Past Life Regression is like looking at an old photo album. I can’t make the decision for you. It’s always up to you since you are the only expert on your life. My job is to be the tour guide on the sight seeing called “Doreen’s former life.” “You’re right.” She agreed. “What’s now?” “Now I would like you to try and put it into a question form.” “What?” She wondered. “I mean, put the issue you came here for, in a question form that we can send to your “computer” so it will show us the most appropriate “file” regarding this matter.” I explained. “How about, should I stay with him?” She replied. “Let’s go for the adventure!” I summarized
As I started the past life regression she began laughing. “Hey, I’m black! And this raffia skirt, actually we make it of some leafs, coconut or something….” “Where are we? And how old are you?” I asked. “I’m 8 and it’s a beautiful tropical island. Palms and coconut trees. The village is right here. Little huts made of mud.” “O.K” I interrupted this pastoral description, bearing in mind the purpose of our regression. “And what exactly are you doing?” “I’m helping the women.” “Where are the men?” “They are gone. I…