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How To Practise Self Regression

Saturday, December 10, 2016 1:44
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reinby Soren Dreier

Most people have some psychological debris floating around in their emotional nervous system which can create blockages, feelings of: Why do I react this way, why am I sad, why can’t I do things that seem so effortless for others? Why do I say ‘No’ so often to situations that I know could be beneficial for me to experience?

Could the key be in the past? Is it due to past hurt, confusion as to what really happened, situations we feel we didn’t perceive right and so on?

On another note, we also have a lot of ‘forgotten’ situations where we felt just happy, great, powerful and more.

Often one thinks that we would need more or less ‘professional’ help to clear out these blockages, but it isn’t always so. A facilitator say in Regression Therapy might come in handy at some point where we feel that we cannot penetrate the mystery of what’s burdening us, making us sad or situations we simply avoid, even though we can benefit from them, as mentioned.

I have worked with people now for 30 years and I think it’s fair to state that most people aren’t really afraid of so called failure but seem to be very much afraid of success. Maybe because they don’t feel they really deserve it, feeling not worthy and: “If people really knew me – they wouldn’t like me” sort of irrational systems of self belief.

There is a way to go into these landscapes of the subconscious that represent a very interesting journey into one’s past. It is not the path of narcissistic self-obsession; it is the path of opening closed portals in order to free the mind, body and spirit.

I have divided the exercise into four different states of self-regression and if you would like to take it on, you might find that you will need to go forward as I do here, but you can very well easily be in a situation where you bypass certain steps and follow your own flow. Please do so.

As I mentioned in The Hara Chakra Fault Line, spirituality is not a competitive sport, so please be easy on yourself. If you lose focus, leave the exercise and pick it up again when you feel like it. Never judge that you can’t do it, since if that is your take on it, you will need it for the reason stated above: You could be afraid of success.

On the other hand, traveling the realms of spirituality, a certain stubbornness and willpower is required. A lot of people bail out on things that require some effort due to the hugely misunderstood New Age Cliché: That if it doesn’t go smoothly, isn’t soothing and basically isn’t a homerun on the first try – it’s not meant to be. Well, that’s about as silly and surface-based as it comes.


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