I have used Dick Sutphen’s pastlife regression CD’s several times now, but I am still not sure of the accuracy of the visions I get because it’s all based on trusting my feelings and what I visualize during a regression. I want to share this experience that I had, perhaps if anyone could help on finding additional clues on tracing this life time, Of course the session starts by following through the journey which will lead into seeing myself as a 15 years old child, during this regression I saw myself as a 15 years old boy, in 1828, in a slightly above middleclass house somewhere in the English country side, I was wearing what seemed to be like a private school official uniform, red jacket, brown shoes and trousers, I was standing in front of a large mirror inside the Victorian style small living room of the house, just staring at myself, I only recognized that I had blond hair, the living room was small and filled with lots of furniture, the walls were covered with lots of paintings and portraits of people and nature. I am not sure whether or not this was my home; I didn’t see anybody else with me in the house. I was trying to find out any other major events that happened during the years of this life time; unfortunately I saw nothing at all, just a fuzzy vision of a building or a house collapsing. During the regression, I learned that I was proud to be a college graduate, and I managed to know my occupation, I either owned a paper mill, or managed it, I only visualized the process of making the paper, it was a small manual factory that contained mostly wooden machines, I knew it was some sort of a factory, at first I thought it was a newspaper or magazine printing place but no ink was involved, just lots of blank paper. I had a wife, and our baby died within a few weeks after birth, and after our baby’s death I became quite violent with my wife, I am not married yet in this life, but what I saw made me feel very bad after the regression because I am not a violent person, I can’t even hurt an ant!! I saw my wife leaving me; and myself becoming lonely and miserable, I left the paper mill, or closed it, not sure. After the regression I did a small research about this, I was surprised to know that there were hundreds of paper mills in England and Wales during the 19th Century, most of them were in the country side, even though I have never been to Europe before, except Italy, but so far, I am aware of at least four life times in Europe, two of them in Ireland, and I have always been interested and connected to Ireland. Unfortunately my visions were not clear and didn’t get the chance to know more about this life time, it seemed quite boring, Strangely, I remember in my childhood, I was quite interested in certain school topics, such as the history of paper invention and development, and the influence of printing throughout history, these were some of the basic school topics that were given to us during 4th and 8th grades and still remember their moments in class, but still, I am not really that crazy about papers!!