Our recent posts about purpose… could be the whole purpose of my blog.
Life purpose is a great concept when it expands your life. Not when it reduces something complex to a sweet little fortune cookie. Who says there has to be a Tweet-sized “Meaning of life”?
Today I thought I would add just a bit to the ongoing inquiry about the true meaning (and value) of life purpose.
Past-life regression gives unique perspective on life purpose
Past-life regression has been important in my personal life since I first experienced it as a client in 1985, thanks to the brilliant skills of Susan Kingsley-Rowe.
Personally, I have experienced many past-life regressions as a client. Professionally I became involved as early as 1986, and the pace picked up after I graduated from studying with Coletta Long, Ph.D. Another bump occurred when Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis(R) was officially trademarked.
Last year, I became certified as a hypnotism instructor with the National Guild of Hypnotists and this year I taught my first students how to facilitate Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis, enrolling my first apprentices in the related mentoring program.
Long story short, my interest in past-life regression has hardly been casual. In fact, I’m about to break from blogging to do the first of two such sessions that I’ll facilitate today.
At least I got this background written, explaining why I have the standing to write about purpose in the context of past-life regression. Next we can go on to the fun part.
What I have learned about life purpose from facilitating past-life regression
Hey, Blog-Buddies, I’m back. And here’s the deal.
Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis aims to facilitate permanent healing by moving out frozen blocks (one of the 15 kinds of STUFF identified in Rosetree Energy Spirituality), then adding energetic PUT-IN. As part of this process, I will sometimes guide a client to move forward to a life review related to an incarnation where frozen blocks were removed during the hypnosis session.
And what does JOE or GLADYS learn during a life review?
- Not, “Did you fulfill your purpose?”
- Never once has it been, “Did you fulfill your purpose?”
Well, there’s a clue, don’t you think?
Instead, in my experience in the field of past-life regression, a life review explores questions like these:
- “What did you learn in that lifetime?”
- “Did you help anyone else in that lifetime?”
Such questions aren’t only the big, overarching themes for an entire incarnation. They wouldn’t be bad questions to ask yourself tonight before you go to sleep, questions about today.
Life on earth doesn’t have to be about The Playboy Philosophy: “Whoever dies with the most toys… wins.”
Nor does the point of a precious incarnation here at Earth School have to be about one big, fancy purpose like, “Dahling, you are here to be a rock star, rich and famous.”
Life can be plenty meaningful without that, especially if you’re not walking around in spiritual addiction.
Often we accomplish more in a lifetime than we ever know
And tomorrow I’ll share a story that illustrates that beautifully. Meanwhile, questions or comments, anyone?