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Life Purpose and Past-Life Regression, Part Two

JOEs caveman life -- what was the purpose?

JOEs caveman life — what was the purpose?

Where are we today in our exploration of life purpose? Yesterday I began to share my perspective as a facilitator of past-life regression. And I promised to give an example of how a life review can be quite different from what a person might expect, and how life might be more about learning and helping other people than some big, shiny purpose.

This story is one of dozens of sessions of Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis that I facilitated for KAREN KLINE.  Usually I keep names of clients in confidence and share detailed information about my sessions only after I have asked permission. With KAREN it’s a bit different. Over a period of years, she died of cancer. The last time we met face to face, I was visiting her in the hospital. She told me, “Never worry about confidentiality over anything that happened in any of my sessions. Tell people anything you like.”

So here comes a story for you to ponder if you’re seeking information and inspiration about life purpose.

Life Purpose and Past-Life Regression, Part One

I like fortune cookies as much as anyone, but is life really that simple?

I like fortune cookies as much as anyone, but is life really that simple?

Our recent posts about purpose… could be the whole purpose of my blog.

Just kidding.

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”?

Over at What Is My Purpose?, I learned a lot about you’all from your comments. And then came that wonderful guest post by SARAH about Purpose, Redefined.

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.