Since months before March, I have been attempting Past Life Regression without success. However, these past three times I have tried I might have finally picked something up. The second session that I think I may have discovered something was mostly based on feeling and very few visions or sounds. I am wondering if this depends on how deeply I went into hypnosis. Nevertheless, I ended up "seeing/imagining" a woman that looks similar to me, but with darker hair and a different skin tone. I identified her as myself, and the picture was very abstract but she was in front of this marble building, and it was in some ancient time, maybe Greece or Rome. I wasn't too taken by the image I found in my mind as I was by my emotions though. All the sudden I noticed a crowd and one man without any identity and I thought "they are going to kill me!". I started crying in the session, but little happened until I got to the death scene, where I imagined myself by a bed. I was surprised because apparently "they" didn't kill me, but I assumed that I poisoned myself for some reason, and at the end I was crying "I am not a slave!" I was really emotional afterwards. The third session I came to the same life, the man came to mind again, and I really did not get much out of it, (some party maybe? maybe the unidentifiable man kissing me?) but at the death this time I became a bit nauseous, more specifically crying that "I am not his slave". I cried a lot afterwards as well, asking myself why I committed suicide, and crying about being a slave. I might be assuming too much, but I am thinking that I was taken as a concubine after an attack or something. I think one really interesting thing is that it seems most people "see" during regression, but I largely feel and express strong emotions. Do you think that my feelings should be taken as accurately as sight?