Past Life Regressions are a powerful instrument.
They facilitate an individual’s ability to look both within themselves, and beyond. Invariably they are an enlightening, revealing, cleansing and cathartic experience, as the sub conscious gives up its secrets.
My case studies of the hundreds of regressions I have conducted are both a record of what I have done, and a reference book of the nature of past lives. Unsurprisingly, regressionees often struggle to articulate clearly that which is within them. New emotions and experiences can be accessed and exposed. Finding word to express those can be difficult.
Over the coming days I will identify a sensation or emotion, with a word which describes what may be evoked from a past life regression. Maybe you have felt this too, either under regression or while reflecting upon life in general.
I am indebted to The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows , a compendium of invented words written by John Koenig. Each original definition aims to fill a hole in the language—to give a name to emotions we all might experience but don’t yet have a word for.
The ambiguous intensity of looking someone in the eye, which can feel simultaneously invasive and vulnerable.
It is an incredibly personal, intense moment. A moment when body language and facial expressions, unusually, become relegated in importance. When you stare into their soul. Is it a connection? Or is it doorway into them? Or is the other person invading your inner self? It can be a moment of conflict and struggle, it can be a moment of knowing and reciprocity . Such a moment in a past life regression can be a pivotal one.
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