Past Life Regression


Many people believe that we do not live only one life then die.  Instead it is believed that we live multiple lifetimes with each life helping us to experience different challenges, lessons and experiences to help us grow and advance our soul.  Think of it like going to school in which we start at kindergarten and return each year to learn new things and advance to higher grades though the learning never stops.  We choose to reincarnate into additional lifetimes.  Just like subjects in school some lessons or lifetimes are very challenging while others are easier.  In addition, sometimes things happen in school that we carry with us into the next grade or beyond such as effects of being bullied, winning a special award, a special connection with a person or activity, traumatic events or developing talents. The same is true for past lives, we carry over both positive and negative memories and experiences that affect us in our current lives.  How do we know this?  Take a moment to reflect.  Is there certain time periods, cultures or places that resonate with you for no apparent reason?  Have you ever visited somewhere and felt you’ve been there before? Do you have certain talents or know others who have talents that can’t be explained?  Have you met people that you seem to connect with the moment you meet them or you feel like you’ve known them?  There are also many instances of people having illnesses or afflictions that can’t be explained.

A past life regression is a method of accessing memories of past lives through hypnosis regression.  The technique can be used to better understand habits, behaviors, fears, talents, connections, unexplained ailments and more.


Everyone experiences a past life regression in their own way. Frequently, people experiencing a regression for the first time think they have “made up” their experience while in hypnosis or feel they have imagined all of it. But then little things will begin to happen that slowly provide validation to what you experienced.

To get the most from your past life regression, keep an open mind and don’t analyze your experience during the hypnosis session. You will have plenty of time for that later. Simply let the information flow into your mind without questioning it.

Most people have experienced clues as to their prior incarnations. Are you drawn to a particular country, people or a specific time period, like the Civil War? If the Grecian architecture attracts your interest you may have lived in the time Greece flourished.

The same is true if you feel negative about a nationality, a place or historic time period. Your soul’s experience may not have been to your liking. You may still feel the emotions of love, hate, rejection, or any other emotion that relates to a past life. We call these past life “carryovers” and they can directly relate to the life you are now living. Any strong affinity or aversion is a clue.

During a Past Life Regression (PLR) a client named Wolff recounted a life where he was killed by an arrow piercing his back during a battle defending his village. The following day he contacted us to disclose that for his entire life he had lived with pain in a particular spot in his back. He had went to doctors but no cause was ever found. The day following his regression he was astonished to find his persistent back pain was gone! Recalling the regression he remembered the arrow that struck his back was the exact same spot as his pain.

A woman named Sharon recounted a life as a can-can dancer back in the 1800’s. After the regression she told of how she’d always had a special connection to a piece of artwork that hangs in her home. Throughout several of her moves she was never able to let it go. She never knew why she had such a strong connection to it until her regression. The picture is of a woman with long legs wearing a red can-can dress.

When the hypnotist instructs you to step through the light into a past lifetime you may experience one of several different reactions.

  • You may see yourself quite clearly.
  • You may see quick impressions.
  • You may only seem to “know” without seeing.
  • You may not see anything, but feel as if someone is telling you what is happening.
  • Regardless of your initial reaction upon entering your own past, you will need to answer the questions as the hypnotist asks them. As the regression progresses, you will find the impressions become stronger.

If you actively analyze the process while in session, you will only retard the impressions. Your mind is on a journey through your soul’s experiences of lifetimes. Let it travel freely. Analysis can wait until your session is finished, after you have collected all the data.

During a regression clients may visit one to three lifetimes.  The hypnotist will help you to release negative experiences and carry over positive things for this lifetime.  After the session you may or may not remember fully the details of the session.  However, the hypnotist is taking notes and will review those with you after the session.  You may also gradually remember more details several days after.  Allow yourself time to process the information and learn from it.  You may also choose to record your session to listen too later.

$120 per session
Session are typically 60-90 minutes. Sessions are typically held during evening hours through the week or on weekends
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I’m an artist; a writer. I had concerns that my vivid imagination would affect the process. However, H3 Hypnosis took me back to a time I hadn’t thought about or considered. They were very honest in the process and I can’t thank them enough for the time they spent with me. I think about my first regression often and with deep emotion. Family and friendships have always been important to me, I have traveled across the world to visit many of them. I’ve often thought it was because of moving around so much growing up, but now I know it is because the importance of human connections and relationships were the common thread from my experiences. —  Julie Marsh