Titanic Past Life

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  1. There and back again

    There and back again Senior Member

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    I got a lot to learn but do you have anything in particular that you would recommend or suggest for me to learn? I know that my question is very nebulous but I am trying to learn and work things through.
     
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    When I work with people who are attempting to put the puzzle pieces in place to a possible past life I ask a series of questions. These questions are meant to help bring some conscious memories without "suggesting" anything or leading the person. However, they give some food for thought as to what the individual is looking for when it comes to settling on a location or group or both in their past life search or a place to begin searching for answers. If you would like me to ask you some of those questions, I would be happy to do that and then guide you on what to do with the answers. Let me know what you would like to do and I will send you my e mail address. Most of the time this helps.
     
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    Maggie, I would love that thank you! I really appreciate your very kind offer x
     
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    My e mail address is (removed by moderation - Send a Private Message to request the email address). If you would like to contact me I would be happy to see what comes of your response to a few questions in an attempt to sort out some answers for you. Please use the word reincarnation in your subject line as I do research in a couple of different areas and I will know who is contacting me when you do this.

    Thanks, Maggie
     
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  5. Graham76man

    Graham76man Senior Member

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    I do have the official sheets of deaths recorded for Titanic. If you come up with a name then I can post the entry on here.
     
  6. MaggieB

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    For some of you who are having dreams or glimpses of yourself on the Titanic and feel it is truly you, have you "seen" yourself? Not that you know your name or who you are but have you been able to note what you are wearing, even your shoes? The next time you have a flashback, try to look at your shoes. That appears to be the easiest thing to look at the first time. Tell yourself before you go to sleep at night that should you dream about the ship, you will be able to see yourself or at least your clothing and be able to describe it. If you are escorted to one of the lifeboats, you will see that and get the number so you can look up the people who were in that one. Don't just give it one try, continue to do that as it is no trouble to do that just as you lie down. This can be done as a part of meditation with a bit more control because you can picture a mirror for full-length viewing. If you are not comfortable looking up at yourself fully, begin with your feet. Take a look at who you were the night this ship sank. Don't force it. After ten minutes with no success, move on to something else. Give it another try the next time you meditate. This one simple exercise often brings good results.

    Maggie
     
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  7. Graham76man

    Graham76man Senior Member

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    A word of caution should be entered into regarding a feeling that you were on the Titanic. It could be that the Titanic is triggering memories of a drowning at sea, a much more likely case than actually having died on the Titanic. Since at one time the rate of people being drowned was so massive, that it would be like today if a 747 dropped out of the sky everyday or at least once a week!
     
  8. There and back again

    There and back again Senior Member

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    Had a dream last night that was unusual and fragmented but decided to share it that in case it could be of interest or use to anyone.

    Starts off with me grabbing random things and tossing them overboard in hopes that they would float and people could use them. I go back inside and it is dim almost dark inside going to a staircase looking down a level or two seeing the water creep up to the next floor seeing white linoleum floor then I converse with someone very briefly then I go back out looking down towards the stern thinking to myself that I need to go down there. The dream ends with a view of looking down the side that have/would have hit the berg and all the lifeboats on that side are gone.
     
  9. MaggieB

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    I always feel connected to dreams that tend to stay with me long after I wake and remain fairly clear in my mind. They can be reminders of what "was". Often times they repeat and are added to for several nights. Thank you for telling us.
     
  10. Bailey25

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    Hi everyone. I’m nervous about posting this but I really need some help. I’ve always had a love for titanic. Of course I didn’t find out about it til 3rd grade but when they started telling the story I kept thinking,”I know about that. That’s how I died.” I always had a fear of drowning or freezing to death. Two years ago I went to the Titanic museum in Missouri and as soon as I entered I felt like I was being called somewhere..I kept walking trying to take my time looking at everything but rushed it just to stop at the musicians hall in front of a picture and I had a gut feeling I knew that was me. I haven’t told anyone else about this but I don’t have many memories of my old past life. I just really remember my last moments on the ship. I worried about being made fun of for this so I hope someone can help me dig deeper into this..
     
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    Hi, don't be nervous, but I can understand the feeling of vulnerability. This is the place to be, you're safe here :) yes as you already know much is documented about Titanic. If it is possible for you through meditation for example to circle in your looks, perhaps even a name or just where you had your room at the Titanic it could help you find your past life self. Then there is ancestry.com, and WikiTree to help you on the way to find out more about that person to see if it fit your profile. I think I have a life where I ended up dead in the Schuylkill river in 1922. In this life I still love to swim, but I react strongly against dark waters. As it turns out the Schuylkill river was surprisingly dark filled with piles from the coal industry and was condemned as extremely filthy. They got it clean up these days, though, thumps up on that one.
    /Jaimie
     
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  12. Bailey25

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    I know my name used to be John Law Hume. He was one of the musicians. I just didn’t type the name due to feeling anxious.
     
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    Speedwell Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    There is a lot there which makes sense, the fear of drowning or freezing to death, the connection with a particular scene (the musicians) makes it quite plausible for your feelings to have some real basis in an actual past life.

    This probably won't help a great deal with your investigations, but not long ago I read a book, "The Man Who Sent the SOS: A Memoir of Reincarnation and the Titanic" by Paul Amirault. I found it an interesting read.
     
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    Then hats off to you, I love music and from my understanding the musicians kept playing in the midst of the chaos to help provide keeping things calm, as much as possible. I once heard a melody that they were suppose to have played on the Titanic as it was going down and my eyes were filled with tears.
    /Jaimie
     
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  15. Bailey25

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    I actually can’t really listen to that song anymore (Nearer My God To Thee) . I get too upset and it makes me feel panicked a bit. I wish more people would appreciate what we did more. I had one guy tell me we were just a bunch of stupid musicians and got really mad. I do wish I could remember more though beside the end of my past life.
     
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    He will be ashamed in the after life if not in this one for not knowing better than to make that remark...
    /Jaimie
     
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    Hey guys. Sorry to bother all of you again but I’m having really conflicting emotions lately about my past life from titanic. I’ve been having very vivid dreams of my last moments on the ship during the sinking and playing with the other musicians before my final moment came. I know this is bad to say but I hope after my life ends my soul will rest at the grave ship of titanic again. It’s been very overwhelming to see those dreams and how everything was during then. Any advice? Thanks.
     
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    Not sure about being at the physical site again as there are some big changes this world is going to be experiencing before long so who knows. As for going through rough and untimely ends it is a lot to handle but such comes with living in this world. I guess lucky ones get to be happy and blissfully unaware of the hardships others endure with this being another example of such hardship but one thing to always remember going forward is important. As for the sinking I have little doubt many could have been spared however there was no way people could have known the ship was going to break much less have closed the doors to the engine room and boiler room 1 otherwise the stern would have floated on its own after the break.
     
  20. Bailey25

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    Yeah I guess it’s more of a spiritual thing with my past life you know? Like I’m feeling what he was feeling and it’s overwhelming me. I keep having repetitive dreams of his last moments.
     
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    Okay, this is my first post here please be kind. I watched the 97 Titanic movie as a kid and almost immediately began having vivid dreams of being on the boat. I'm always a third-class passenger, a female in my 20s, and a foreigner. I see and feel myself drown in vivid and painful detail. This goes on every night for anywhere from 26-42 days at a time..... Every single year..... For the past 23 years.. My parents sent me to therapy thinking the movie caused some childhood trauma. The therapist suggested the dreams were past life memories and my parents dropped the therapy because past lives and reincarnation don't exist to them. So here I am in my 30s now and I'm still dreaming the same nightmares. Before you ask, I can watch any of the movies, read any of the books and it never affects the dreams in any way. I just never believed it was a trauma. I don't believe in reincarnation and yet I think it's my only explanation as to why I feel so strongly about a ship that went down nearly a century before I was born.
    I started using self-meditation and hypnosis as a way to spiritually heal myself. I did get more "memories" when I started to do that but it only agitated the problem. I'm not sure what to do. If I walk away, I feel like I'm letting down a person that has been failed already by life, however, the idea of trying past life regression therapy has me biting off my nails in terror. I want to know who I was to heal her and maybe she can stop causing me pain. I know her name was Ida and there are three possibilities. Ida Andersson from Sweden, Ida Strandberg from Finland or Ida Ilmakangas from Finland. There's nearly nothing on these women and the Finnish ladies have no photos. I don't even know where to start.
     
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    Hi AliciaDC. That sounds like a tough issue to deal with. First, from the prolonged and persistent nature of what you've experienced, this does sound like it could be a genuine case of past life recall. From your family and your own background the idea of reincarnation is not something you believe, but belief is not so important as the practicalities of dealing with your everyday existence, which is real, your dreams are real, your feelings are real, so belief can be set aside for now. You mentioned trauma. I think you meant from watching the Titanic movie, that the film itself was the root cause. However, what I think is more likely is there is trauma from the actual event, the things you really did live through.

    From a practical perspective there are two possible ways to deal with such things. One is to push it as far out of your awareness as you can, drop any investigations or thought on the matter and concentrate whole-heartedly on whatever is happening in your external reality, whether that is work, education, personal relationships, leisure-time activities and so on. In other words, do your best to put this behind you and don't dwell on it.

    Another possibility is to dive in deeper to your experiences. You mentioned using self-meditation and hypnosis as a way to spiritually heal yourself. That is positive approach, and can help. However, I have to say from personal experience that it could be a rough ride, if your meditations open up things which have previously been buried, it could be stressful, distressing, not an easy path. That's where having a good and understanding therapist might help. Their role should ideally be supportive, someone to lean on for stability if things start to get too much to handle. Eventually, though it could get worse before it gets better, this route could lead to healing and emerging refreshed from the other side.

    I don't think you should be afraid, whatever happened (if it did happen) was a physical event, a real threat to life. Going there during regression (whether self-induced or with a therapist) is not a physical threat. It cannot harm you, you will be safe. But it may involve feelings which are extremely powerful. I say this from my own experience (nothing to do with the Titanic), self-regression, diving deeper into all those feelings, may be hard, at first. But then, it will be followed by a great feeling of peace and relief. In terms of time spent, there may be a few minutes, maybe longer, of regression, followed by several days of relief. Probably it might take more than one session, but each time the duration of the relief and peace afterwards gets longer, and eventually remains continuously. At least I'm relating some of my own experience here. How things are for you may be different.
     
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    Update:
    I have been in contact with a past life Titanic victim outside of this site. They highly recommended that I try the regression at least once to see if it would help with the anxiety caused by the recurring dream. It more or less eased my fears on it. I think that's what I needed was to hear that I wasn't crazy or alone with this mess, whatever it may be. With my rural location, I am currently trying to find a regressionist that can do phone or online sessions. I have tried youtube videos with Brian Weiss and the "Laughing Cherub" Cd with Mary Raines. Neither has worked on me yet. Also keeping a journal in case anything does come out.
     
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