For me the first surprise when I began my CTT past life regression sessions was the length of the induction. It’s short: much shorter than the usual hypnotic induction for a session of this type. I had a little bit of performance anxiety. “What if I haven’t gone deep enough? What if I just come up with a blank?” Sometimes we do come up with a blank but eventually something will form out of the nothingness. I also worried that I might be making it up at least sometimes, but even if I was, the emotions that surfaced definitely related to this present life and needed clearing so I decided that it didn’t matter if I was making it up or not.
There’s always a huge rush of relief as we tap away the emotional charge around these past life traumas.
The second surprise was the after effect. There’s always a huge rush of relief as we tap away the emotional charge around these past life traumas. It can be experienced in many different ways. Beth and I both feel tingling in our arms and legs and often I feel light-headed. Sometimes a person will feel love and support coming from his/her guides or Higher Self. I have often received communication from these sources as well. Some people feel weights falling off of them. In later sessions most of us have felt lightheartedness and/or joy mingled with the relief. But the one thing I have experienced after every single session was the inner shift. I call it the “inner earthquake”. Things long held in place by the negative charge of traumatic experiences are set free to move and may even disappear completely. My inner landscape changes dramatically. Things just don’t feel the same in here. It’s not a bad thing. There’s less tension, more space, more sense of connection to the Divine but it does take some getting used to. I need several days to adjust before I can go on to the next session. And then I know it’s all going to change again.
In later sessions most of us have felt lightheartedness and/or joy mingled with the relief. But the one thing I have experienced after every single session was the inner shift. I call it the “inner earthquake”.
CTT isn’t a band-aid or even a respite. It’s more like a roto-rooter. It’s fast and deep. Of course the speed can be controlled by the frequency of the sessions. Peter had a session every day for a month or so and he got spectacular results! But I needed to go a little more slowly. Sometimes I have felt the effects spreading throughout my body and psyche for several days following a session. If you want real and permanent change and you want it to take place in a relatively short time then CTT is one of your best options. When there has been enough healing on the inner planes then your outer world will start to look feel and behave differently and that, to me, makes it worth all the effort.