If you don't know why you suffer, go to the Regression!

Discussion in 'Suicidal Thoughts and Feelings' started by stella77, Mar 11, 2008.

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  1. stella77

    stella77 Member

    Hello to all,

    I suffer different than other people: with steady Neuralgia pains. Who has them knows how terrible that is: especially Atypical Trigeminal Neuralgia.

    Why I suffer? My doctor (female) in one Spa told me 1992, I have to go to the Regression and find out why all that pains! She had then steady headaches and nobody knew where from? She did help herself with Acupuncture nails on the head.

    I did as she told me and went two months later to the Regression (without hypnosis). In such a case, we are all alone. No third person.

    My therapy was about two hours. What happened to me in three lives before?

    In the first (one of the wives of one Sultan) I have died from broken heart.
    In second (North England) I was hanging up myself; because my "husband" was most of the time travelling around and I was alone and lonely. I have seen his face through the door, before I was "dead". By hanging up, I had the same pains as I always have. There on the bed I was screaming (like a fool) from the pains.
    In the third life I made suicide again: this time in India, where I was drowning in the lake (sometimes I really have a face from dead drowning body). I must say also, that I have died young.

    After two hours Therapist told to me:
    If somebody else would kill me, after Regression my pains would be over. People they make suicide, they have to suffer next life and nobody can help them. That is true.
    I would suggest to you to do that! Maybe somebody will feel better after that?

    We all pay our mistakes if not in this life, then in the next: even mistakes from our family back, more generations.

    So much from me,
  2. fojerbachas

    fojerbachas Active Member

    wow. interesting post.
    god damn it..

    but can you explain to me the "regresion" term? i mean its a procedure? or what?
  3. stella77

    stella77 Member

    Hello fojerbachas,

    Regression is leading to the past life. It is good for everybody, who can't get any explanation why certain things happen to him?

    Regression is with hypnosis and without hypnosis and for that are special therapists, therapists for Regression.

    With hypnosis there must be third person beside you and therapist to write, what you are talking about. In that situation with hypnosis you don't hear yourself.

    Regression without hypnosis is better because at the same time you hear yourself (talking) and therapist what she (or he) is asking you.

    I have done it and I know what is going about, but doesn't mean that I suffer less (because of suicide!!

    Wish you nice day,
  4. fojerbachas

    fojerbachas Active Member

    thanx stella. it seems like interesting experience [well maybe even a bit frightening]. but i think back where i live - Regresion isnt available [as i know]. but if it would - i would try it! ;)
  5. requiem46

    requiem46 Active Member

    Put those words back into my brain! (i.e: I think exactly the same thing about this xD)

    Although the whole regression thing is still confusing, even if I know what's it about
  6. bronwyyn

    bronwyyn Well-Known Member

    I have wanted to try regression forever. When I was about 15, I asked my mother to pay for me to do it as a birthday present. She is very "new age", but she refused, saying that she didn't know what kind of problems it might bring for me. I always thought it would help my problems if I could understand the past. I am a strong believer in reicarnation. And this is why:....

    When I was two years old (I could speak very well at 2), my dad and I drove by an old house several miles from where we lived. It's in one of the oldest towns in American, and was actually the nation's capital for one day. The town is so small, that I don't even think it can be called a 'town'.

    Anyway, we passed this house and I said to my dad, "I used to live there." My dad way intrigued and asked me a few questions. He asked what my name was and I told him "Water-Miller". After that conversation, my dad went to a friend of his that believes in reincarnation. They researched it together. They found that there were families that had lived in that house called the Waters and the Millers. (I can only guess that I was a Water who married a Miller or vice versa).

    A year or so later, we drove by that house again and my dad asked me, "Do you remember living in that house," and I said to him "Not anymore". To this day, there is only one flash of memory I have about it: I am standing on the porch steps of that house looking at a middle-aged black lady wearing a pink and green apron; I have a great feeling of love towards her. There is also a hound dog at my feet. That is all I remember. When I was older, I visited the town graveyard to try to find some headstones of the Waters or Millers. All those headstones we too old and weathered to read, but I had a profound feeling just being there.

    I want to go to regression therapy to remember more about that life, and others I have lived. I have always felt like an old soul.

    There's a song by the Indigo Girls called "Galileo". It's all about reincarnation, and how you might pay for past-life mistakes in this one. I think everyone that has posted here should listen to it.

    I don't know how to find a regression therapist, or how much it would cost to go. If anyone knows, please tell me because I want to go badly. I am so broke that I can't even afford the doctors I need to see. I have terrible headaches/migraines and other pains as well, but have never been diagnosed with neuralgia. I will research it, because it sounds like I may have that. All the doctors I've seen have tried everything, and nothing has helped except narcotic pain meds (that makes me think that the problem is with my nervous system). I want to go see an acupunturist, but my insurance won't cover it. I really really want to see a regression therapist as well.

    Anyway, thanks for the post, it really spoke to me.
  7. Hurted

    Hurted Well-Known Member

    Interested... How much did Regression cost you? Do you have to be over 18? Is it dangerous?
    Tnx for answers...
  8. nedflanders

    nedflanders Well-Known Member

    Dangerous? Nah...it's just bullshit
  9. bronwyyn

    bronwyyn Well-Known Member

    Nedflanders: I think that is an incredibly rude and immature thing to say. We all look for truth in our own ways. Whatever is good, whatever helps IS truth. Did you respond this way because you have tried it and had a bad experience, or are you just being mean?
  10. hammockmonkey

    hammockmonkey Well-Known Member

    i think this was even debunked on the show "Bullshit"

    I don't care about finding out about my past lives, I'm just interested what may be fucking me up in this life.
  11. painsource

    painsource Well-Known Member

    Fuck people that take money from the desperate.Where's their suffering?Where's the karma?
  12. stella77

    stella77 Member

    Hello to all that don't believe in Regression,

    First of all, I have got advice from medical doctor (female), I should go to the Regression. She did it, because she had headaches every day and nobody knew why?

    Do you know how long takes to study medicine? Do you know that you have to be very smart to become a doctor? You don't!
    I think that all persons here, they are against that; they are either afraid from that or not very smart. Sorry for that!

    Nobody will take your money if you don't go there. For therapists is very hard job because they don't know how patient will react? They have to be ready for any reaction.
    About money: I didn't pay much and I am glad I did it. Not everybody even knows what Regression is.
    I did pay lots of money for all possible specialists (doctors) and they have no idea, what is wrong with me, but I know now.

    I live in Europe and here people ask where such a therapist is, but I really don't know now. They have been on TV (few years ago) and they were very serious and well educated people.

    So, please don't talk about something you don't know.

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