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Published Wednesday June 14, 2017 by firstname.lastname@example.orgNew Explorers Start Here
The term Deja-vu is derived from French, literally the words are “already seen”. It is commonly understood as the phenomenon of having the strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced has already been experienced in the past. Conventional science explains it as a memory anomaly- especially when the specific details of a “recollection” are believed to be impossible.
Those of us who work in the field of past life regression tend to have a different opinion.
Here is a photo of my dear friend and fellow QHHT Practitioner Mario Radinger. He posted this photo to social media with the simple phrase “past life moment.” I love this photo. I don’t even know any of the details of Mario’s particular story. But I don’t really need to. The photo tells much of it without any words at all.
Connections to other lives, other memories are becoming increasingly apparent. Even those who do not readily believe in the concept of reincarnation are often at a loss to explain some of their moments of deja-vu, or their strong longing to travel or visit certain locations, or on the other hand, their strong aversion to other locations or stories in history. A moment of remembering a previous lifetime can definitely trigger deja-vu!
When I was 16 years old I had something happen to me that was initially sparked by a moment of deja-vu. At the time, I didn’t even really have a context for the experience at all, but it was profound and it changed my life and set the course for what would eventually become my life focus.
I would often ride my horse on the Kansas prairie to a favorite spot where nothing but grass and sky were visible. No roads, electrical lines, houses or structures, cultivated fields or anything “man-made” could be seen in this one particular place. I would stop my lovely sorrel mare there and look all around me and wonder what it may have looked like, what it may have been like to live in that exact spot hundreds or even thousands of years ago.
One day something amazing happened and I felt myself literally transported through time and space and found myself standing there, in the same spot, but in a different body, and with a different horse! I knew why I was there, at that particular spot and what I was doing there and why. The entire story of that Native American life was available to me instantly, fully and completely. It was astonishing and I will never forget it. There were undeniable connections to my contemporary life and some long-standing questions about my self were answered right then and there. This experience, at the very first few seconds seemed like deja-vu but turned into something far more powerful and significant in my life.
Try this the next time you have a moment of strong deja-vu, whether it is when you are traveling, or even going about your normal day-to-day life: Stop what you are doing and close your eyes. Invite your imagination to “fill in some of the blanks”. Let your mind wander without analyzing or logic interfering and just see what kind of story might emerge. You might find that you too can have a spontaneous mini past life regression right then and there! And it just might change everything about who you understand yourself to be.
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