Doorway to past lives + special offer

July 6, 2017


LAUNCH CELEBRATION: 25%  DISCOUNT on PAST LIFE REGRESSION –location doesn’t matter–Skype connection required. Must be booked by the end of this weekend, July 9.

If you’ve ever wanted a past life regression, this might be your opportunity. If you’ve got a pair of earphones and a Skype connection, it doesn’t matter where you are in the world: you can have a past life regression with me.  Skype regressions are as effective–if not MORE effective–than in-person sessions. After all, it’s all just energy and also my voice comes directly into earphones, allowing for a closer connection with the sessions.

Given what I do, you can see how this old door I saw in Portugal attracted me. Step through any doorway and enter a different world.  Entry doors to old and even ancient buildings are portals to a life we can only imagine, and imagine we do.

I stood in front of that door for a while imagining what might have been behind it and what life must have been like way back when it was new, when the paint was fresh. Who walked through that doorway and why? There’s no way for us to know just by looking at it. But sometimes, I get a sense. Maybe you do, too?

Many people have the strong feeling that they’ve lived a past life in another era and maybe even another culture. Maybe it’s deja vu they feel in certain places or a strong pull to a particular culture.

Maybe you don’t have detailed memories, but just a feeling you’ve lived in another time. It’s possible to explore who you might have been before through past life regression.

I hold a graduate certificate from Atlantic University in Integrated Imagery, a hypnosis technique by which past lives can be accessed. I’ve guided many through past lives. Some did it out of curiosity and others for healing. The experiences many reported were vivid and in detail and for some, it cleared up questions they’d had about events and feelings in this life.  About patterns that keep repeating themselves.

Check out some of their testimonials on A Healing Spirit website, HERE. And check out the Q&A on regression, HERE.

So continue to celebrate the launch of my business I’m offering a 25% discount for Skype or in-person regressions booked now through the end of this weekend, Sunday, July 9 and I’d love to talk with you about it. The discount is to book the session now but we’ll schedule it for after July 9. Contact for a no-obligation discussion or to schedule.  









19 comments on “Doorway to past lives + special offer
  1. Carolann says:

    This truly intrigues me! I will have to schedule a call at some point. I do believe! Thanks for sharing this Carol!

  2. Helene says:

    Fascinating topic and I am impressed that you can do this!

  3. Sarah Bailey says:

    This is really interesting, I would love to know if I had a past life and regression seems like a way to give it a try. Definitely something I would look into.

  4. I can honestly say that I have never wanted a past life regression. The present is too crazy without getting into the past lol.

  5. Tara Pittman says:

    I too like to imagine how things look behind doors. Sometimes they are so different than what I imagined

  6. elizabeth o says:

    Several years ago, I had a past life regression session and found it quite fascinating. It confirmed some things I felt and opened my eyes to other information. I enjoyed it very much.

  7. Thanks for sharing on The Blogger’s Pit Stop!

  8. Claudia Krusch says:

    It would be so interesting to have a past life regression. I will have to do a little research on the topic.

  9. I’m obsessed with old doors and always wondered what happened inside them in the past. I pinned one to my old doors board. Sounds so fascinating.

  10. This is intriguing but also in some case scary. I am catholic so this is not a practice allowed in my religion. But I guess people can find comfort in trying to close circles they have not been able to close by doing this.

  11. Cassie says:

    Sometimes I certainly wonder what I was like in a past life – I get deja vu quite a lot so I wonder if that’s what it’s from!

  12. Kelly Reci says:

    it’s a little scary when i think about what or who was i in my past life? i am obsessed with closed doors like you. i always wonder what will i see behind that closed door .i am usually interested in stories about regression .i always had this feeling of deja vu and an unnatural fascination to old houses.i wonder who was i in the past life?

  13. Czjai says:

    Past lives is a topic I have always been interested in. I’m not sure, though, if I would want to try regression myself. 🙂

  14. I have done this before, it’s VERY interesting and opens up a whole new world, something to consider very carefully x

  15. Alayna says:

    I know many cultures believe in doorways as having almost mythical powers. I remember reading that certain pagan religions believed it was unlucky to stand under a doorway during the witching hour. Definitely something interesting to think about!

  16. Rosey says:

    It’s funny how certain things can evoke emotions for someone. A place where you can clearly see a garden that was loved used to be always does it for me.

  17. Echo says:

    I really don’t feel like I have had a past life. I don’t have odd pulls towards things and places that I can’t explain. I also don’t see anyone in my dreams, except for my current self and people I know now. This is an intriguing offer though! You should see if someone is willing to share their session online!

  18. Past life? uh oh. No thanks. This life is enough!

  19. Gee Villaruz says:

    This sounds scary for me. This is the first time I knew something like this activity. Scary as it may seem, it also sounds exciting because it is a whole new experience.

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