have had a lifetime horrific fear of spiders. Any kind
of spider. Once, I saw one on the ceiling of my bedroom
and spent the night in the living room. Another time,
I woke up a roommate to kill one that was in the bathroom.
And I was an adult when these things happened.
years ago, a friend of mine asked me to go with her
to a lecture by a woman named Denise Linn. She was talking
about reincarnation and was going to do a "group
regression." Being a skeptic, I agreed to go just
to support her, but I was laughing in my mind. Denise
had a crystal bowl, and it made an incredible sound
when she moved some kind of wand along the inside rim
of the bowl.
have no memory of what triggered this, but suddenly,
in my mind's eye, I was a small boy in the desert. There
was a man on a camel looking down at me sternly. I was
his son. Suddenly, a big black spider crawled up my
leg and bit me, and I died.
I came to, everyone in the row of people in front and
in back of me was asking if I was okay.
Apparently, I had been screaming. I laughed it off.
months later, I noticed that there was a spider in my
kitchen. I casually scooped it up, put it in a container,
and took it outside. Then I suddenly realized I had
been doing this for many months. I stopped dead in my
tracks and thought, "Wait, I am TERRIFIED of these
change was dramatic. I have no explanation, though I
do think about that experience with the regression.
Could something have been resolved? I'll never know.
What I do know is, although a spider may startle me
if I don't expect to see one, I will always take it
This is one of the main benefits of a past life regression.
Neuroses always have their root in some prior experience,
but when that experience took place in a former life,
the neurosis often makes no sense. Until we re-experience
the triggering event by means of a regression. In many
cases, that discovery solves the question as to the
origin of the fear. And when we have a logical explanation,
the fear may gradually diminish.
Posted Dec. 27, 2009