Which self-regression video works for you?

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  1. fireflydancing

    fireflydancing just a fly in the sky Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Which self-regression video works for you?

    A lot of people use videos from Youtube to do a self-regression to a past life.
    There are quite a lot on the internet, so for a beginner, it's not easy to pick one. Maybe we can share our favorite video and comment on why it works for you.

    This one works for me.



    REASON:
    I love the long relaxation part in the beginning. During the regression, the 'Voice' is not in a hurry. You get plenty of time to wander around in your memories.
    I am also pleased that for me it is possible to ignore the Voice now and then. This is nice when you listen several times to the same recording, regressing to the same life. It would be silly to repeat the same questions every time but this Voice is not dominant or irritating (although this might be different in your case of course).
     
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    Thanks for recommending this, fireflydancing. I found it good as it's uncomplicated and doesn't try to influence your own thoughts too much. The slow pace is also very helpful. Turning around and actually looking at your past self is quite a shock, though, in a good way. I hadn't expected that! As you say, there's plenty of time to look around from within the memory you choose, so this can be listened to at other times with other memories.

    My only caveat would be that the suggestion of looking at your death in safety with a certain detachment might not work for everyone. I didn't feel safe or detached. It was like a nightmare, and I came back yelling 'Get me away from this' over and over. So I'd suggest being prepared for that.

    But overall, it was worth it to learn something of what you wanted to bring back from it. I liked the neutral voice and background music.
     
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    fireflydancing just a fly in the sky Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Me neither. I've never reached my death because I plugged out my earphones in a state of panic, many times in a row.

    In the beginning, the Voice says that it is ok to ignore instructions if that's more convenient for you halfway. I noticed that I've never heard all of the suggestions and instructions. Somehow my mind skipped parts while being in a regressive state. I was there, back in other times. So every time I listen to this recording, I hear new things and suggestions (the ones that I missed out previous times). That's what I like about this one.
     
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  4. Jaimie

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    Brian Weiss: Past-Life Regression Session

    Why I like: His voice, his rhythm, the words. Makes me feel safe. The meditation start at around 5:27.

    Why I don't: It is too short ! I wish it was longer so I could experience more.



    Why I like: The music background, the voice and rhythm, the words. She places you on flat ground in a forest (so no heights, I am afraid of heights, once had a meditation where I had to be on hills and cliffs. I was like no, no, no...who can relax on a hill, cliff? I thought I would fall down ;) She does a white light protection around, inside you (Good thing, I've learned...). She uses the example of doors - I like doors, my doors look different from time to time.

    Why I don't: She dictate me to look at my feet and how I am dressed and my surrounding as I have entered a door. In my natural state I usually get images, short movies and emotions and sudden knowing. I don't wish to be interrupted and break a memory by looking at my shoes. She tells me to forgive and release, but I don't like being told by someone else to forgive. It has to come from me and me alone.
     
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  5. Li-la

    Li-la Senior Member

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    This is a really good idea, Fireflydancing :) This was the one that first made meditation work for me:




    I like his voice and going to the beach : ) For me this meditation is 2 level deep, like I go one step more deep down than I do with any other meditation. It is also, remarkably, him snap with his fingers to order me to the next stage. Each time I think like a child - oh, this won't work, you go ahead, snap your fingers, but it does.

    The only negative thing I have found is that it is focused on working, what work, the worse day at work, the best thing at work.

    I have experienced being a female who simply did not work outside the home when married and each time I keep showing him how I do the laundry, (which was really hard work back then, ha ha), do dinner, well, you get the picture...When I have awoken I one time thought, Oh, I am finished for today - I am not going to do any house work what so ever :eek:

    Best Wishes

    Li La
     
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    You did well to unplug your earphones. I found I was unable to move, so had no choice! It was bad, but in a strange way, although I feel much the worse for wear now, I feel better for having gone through it. One interesting thing I discovered was that when I died I was trying to protect my Panzer Assault Badge - something I didn't know I'd had. I died with it in my hand.

    Like you, I can't remember many of the suggestions. I got so upset that it was a blur. Some time I'll have another go, when I'm better prepared. But thank you for recommending the video. It's the most successful one I've tried. I can't deny that it worked.
     
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    fireflydancing just a fly in the sky Staff Member Super Moderator

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    @Jaimie and @Li-la,

    I think I've tried all of those videos too. I would like to ask you both a favour. Would you mind to edit your posts and write a kind of personal review underneath those videos?
    About why they work for you and about your evaluation of them?

    I had made this topic a sticky one in advance because I thought it would be interesting to collect videos and reviews as a kind of reference topic.
     
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    Thank you for sharing this video and starting this thread, Firefly Dancing! I tried the video you recommended, and I think I actually had a decent success. I had never seen this session before.
    I think the narrator's voice was not my ideal, but as it moved on, it was not any problem. I really enjoyed the relaxation as well, and how he reminds you that you are in power of the session and are safe. I also liked how he takes time once you get into the life, and he really seems to allow for quite a bit of freedom. I discovered another new life with your video, so I really do appreciate your recommendation.
    Unfortunately for me, a notification came up around half past the session, then after ignoring this, the video completely stopped with a software update! Still, I am thankful for what I did discover.
     

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