I had a fabulous day conducting Past Life Regressions for my much loved Welsh clients this week at the Beauty Therapy Suite, Newton Road, Mumbles near Swansea on the Gower Coast, in South Wales. The Centre attracts both local clients, and the many who holiday around the area.
The building lies in the shadow of Oystermouth Castle, which between the 12th and 16th centuries changed hands twice as the English tried to assert their authority, and the Welsh fought back against the invaders. On one occasion Llewellyn the Great seized the castle for the Welsh, only for King Henry 7th to claim it back again.
At the bottom of the Newton Road lies Swansea bay, the second largest in the world behind the bay of Naples. Its size meant that it provided a safe anchorage for a significant proportion of the D Day landing fleet in 1944. Eye witness Glen Longden recalled the Bay being so full with naval vessels that no sea could be seen, just the grey hulls of those waiting to liberate mainland Europe.
In nearby Denbighshire Neanderthal remains dating back 230,000 years have been found with more modern human activity on the Gower itself dating back 30,000 years. That sense of the recent and ancient past is everywhere making it fertile ground for Past Life Regressions.
I shall be making several trips back to Mumbles in 2019. So if you are local, or holidaying in the area, why not contact me for a Past Life Regression . Let’s use the special history of this area to help you connect with your past.
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