*MEDITATION: How to Go Back to Your Past Lives
By:Diane Evans

Reincarnation is a philosophy suggesting that the soul is reborn in another body after death. The concept implies that as the soul moves along from one life to another, it accumulates knowledge and experience which are available to influence future lifetimes. If there is some way to access this storehouse of information, we can use it in improving our present lives. Self-guided regression or meditation can be a very effective method of exploring past lives.


Find a calm environment

Find a calm, peaceful place to meditate, and plan 10 to 20 minutes for each session. Schedule your meditations at the same time and place on a daily basis.

Write a script for your regression and record in a slow, neutral voice.

Begin your journey by first choosing a lifetime or topic to explore.

Then imagine a protective healing light surrounding your body and entering the crown of your head. This light can be of any color of your choice.

Now imagine the light traveling downward to your feet through your body. You should find yourself relaxing deeply as it fills you with positive energy.

When you find yourself in a deep state of relaxation, imagine that you are standing at a tunnel entrance. Focus on the issue you want to address during this session and then walk through the passageway.

As you exit the tunnel, be aware of your environment. At this point, you can move forward or backward through this past life.

If you choose to explore this story, remember that the light is protecting you.

When you are ready, release that past lifetime experience and drift in to the present. Count from one to ten and then open your eyes. At the end of the session you will be in a refreshed and relaxed condition.

Control your breathing

Sit in a comfortable position and play your meditation tape. Close your eyes. Take a few deep breaths. Concentrate on your breath as your breathing gets slower and you relax into your meditative state. Try to maintain your trance for 10 to 20 minutes as you continue to follow your breath. If distracting thoughts intrude, maintain a passive attitude and continue to focus on your breath. A state of calm and increasing relaxation will gradually follow.

Take some time after each session to write down your feelings and observations in your journal. Each time you repeat this exercise, you'll find that it's easier for you to explore past lives. This process often stimulates insights into your experience as you reflect on your observations.