Ever had that feeling of deja vu?
Do you sometimes get a snapshot of a long forgotten memory?
Have you ever wondered if you have lived before?
Hypnotherapist Barbara Ford-Hammond unveils the methods used to connect to your past (and future) lives.
With real life participants selected especially for this book, the author unveils their hidden memories of the hereafter. This book will enable you, with a step-by-step approach, to research your memories. You will be able to self-regress and if you wish, research your findings. We are all the sum total of our experiences and lessons in life regardless of whether they are from this one, the last or the next - as you will discover, if you haven't already. Finding out about our past lives is a very attractive thought. Many people visit psychics to be told who they were or what might happen, when actually it is very possible to retrieve your own memories.
You may use any of the techniques in this book alone or with a friend or get together with a group of travelling companions. Are you living your best life? Can you imagine it? Would you know if you were? If you are struggling or suffering, the solutions to heal are within you and with guidance from this book many answers can be found. Another rather cool thing is that you don't need to have a problem or any issues to be able to retrieve your memories from the past or to explore your possible futures. Desire is more than enough of a reason. After thorough explanations of the whys and wherefores, the author will share the regressions carried out specifically for the book but also others already done. She shares her own, including one where she murdered an irritating husband and another during which she had an accident performing on a stage that resulted in her having intermittent stage-fright in this life - all sorted now.
The stories range from profound healing experiences and phobia release to spontaneous memories that her clients, friends and strangers have shared. Not everyone is interested in any kind of verification as just the knowing or the changes is enough. However, for those who wish to research their memories this book has guidance in the Research Department.