Past-Life Regression Insights? Usually I don’t blog about them. Instead I emphasize client results. Since that’s the purpose of Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis® (SEAH).
But this time is different.
Today let’s put aside the main purpose of doing past life regressions. Including my specialty, SEAH.
Of course, that purpose is powerful RES Energy HEALING. Removal of large-intensity frozen blocks. For instance, Blog-Buddy JNANA recently summarized the effect of one of her sessions, in some comments here. How understated! What results from moving out frozen blocks that had caused a crippling fear!
I’ve done SEAH to remove a fear of dirt which was making cleaning a long, drawn-out chore that left me spent.
SEAH revealed it was actually the fear of death manifesting as a fear of dirt, something I was ignorant of at the conscious level.
But now, just for today, something fascinating. Yet related to my usual emphasis.
Today, Emphasizing Past-Life Regression Insights?
Historical insights from past-life regression? Sure. Sometimes clients mention historical insights. Just in passing.
Like details of everyday life at the time of an incident. Plus information that can come out when re-living a Life Review from a previous incarnation.
Disclaimer: This isn’t archaeology. Nor is it any kind of psychic reading.
And that matters since sometimes past-life regressions consist of having the psychic give a reading. While the client is in hypnosis. Expecting a past-life reading. For instance, one friend of mine had a — very expensive — regression with the late Sylvia Browne. My friend Gladys is a very reliable witness.
Accordingly, I trust Gladys’ report: That Sylvia chatted with her spirit guide. Although this was supposed to be Gladys’s past-life regression.
I can assure you, the past-life regressions I facilitate are carefully designed to be authentic. And also guarding against creating false memory. So I believe what my client Joe is sharing at this blog today. Yes, I’m very excited to share today’s set of insights with you.
So far, my favorite knowledge about ancient Egypt comes from the novelist Joan Grant. About 100 years ago, she used past-life regressions to construct “novels.” Really, they were detailed recollections of past lifetimes. I just loved her books. Read them all. (Except as I see, creating the previous link at Amazon.com… I’ve still got “Written from the Heart” to look forward to.
What Inspired Today’s Unusual Post
Recently my client Joe sent me a kind of postscript to our session of Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis. I’d asked him a question. But instead of responding, there was a long pause. During one of these sessions, long pauses are not the way to go. I guided my client to move on.
The purpose of that session was to remove frozen blocks related to feeling stupid. (Which Joe, most assuredly, is not.)
We had plenty of frozen blocks to remove. Since, in that Egyptian lifetime, Joe was an enslaved person. Big success! I assumed that our job in that session was complete. Not quite, it turned out.
Hours later, to my surprise, the Joe in this lifetime sent me an email. It contained fascinating details about something I’d wondered about. (Joe gave permission for me to share the following with you Blog-Buddies.)
What follows? Joe’s part of the puzzle. Not necessarily the only answer. But one that sure did convince me.
How Did Egyptians Build the Pyramids?
During the session you asked how the pyramids were built. I didn’t have time to answer then. But now I do have some information to share, as I remember it vividly.
As a slave, I had one role: To carry rocks (rubbish) in a large basket. Carry it away from the building site.
Yes, I saw the base of the pyramid as it was being constructed.
I wish I could report that there was an ancient technology that assisted the construction. But that would be wishful thinking.
From what I saw, it was being built by the pure sweat, effort, and labor. And the labor of thousands upon thousands of slaves over generations.
Men physically, painstakingly moved each block into place perfectly. Otherwise they suffered the consequences.
What about the Overseers?
Some overseers worked for the Pharaoh. They wore the classic Egyptian headgear. And held whips. They were:
- And with muscular bodies.
Contrasting with us slaves. We were lean and vitamin deficient.
The “supervisors” — and society — imbued fear and ignorance into us. It began happening to us slaves from the moment we were born.
Why? For the sole purpose of keeping the masses in line with the mission of pyramid construction.
Thousands died in the construction. And their lives meant nothing to the leaders. Each slave was quickly replaced.
On my back, I carried each basket of rocks. This left my back permanently disfigured. It was literally back-breaking work!
In Conclusion (By Joe)
I was thinking how nice it would be if a monument was erected near the pyramids. Honoring the slaves who labored to build them. Perhaps that’s wishful thinking.
The pyramids are massive monuments. And testaments to what human energy (and slavery) can produce. Especially over generations.
In retrospect, that society’s way of devaluing slaves is reflected in their art. Have you ever seen Egyptian art that depicted the constructions? Very likely, nothing has come down to us, giving the slaves credit for their labor.