DAY 347: Cellular Rhythms In Regression

Brain-gears“There is an innate rhythm within our body, its cells and with the environment around us. Our thoughts, emotions, energy and the physical body which are controlled by the mind need to function in alignment for the body to be at ease. If this alignment is disturbed at any level, there is dis-ease.

The endogenously generated rhythm is a 24-hour cycle in our physiological process in the cells, although it can be modulated by the external environment. We already know that there are clear patterns of brain wave activity, hormone production, cell regeneration and other biological activities linked to this daily cycle and is controlled by our states of consciousness. Therefore, cellular memory can be tapped by focusing on the rhythm of this alignment to bring up positive as well as traumatic images leading into regression for healing at all levels.

Since ancient times, music has been used to put people in touch with their emotions which are the cornerstones of our existence. At a broader level it is said that music tones the soul. And at base body level, it has been noticed that the cell frequency changes with the changes in external rhythms and music.

Enlivening music causes the cells to vibrate at a frequency which is very different from that of melancholy or sad melodies and these are all different from peaceful mantras. The mind and body are so deeply connected that our own beliefs affect the way in which these emotions get embedded in the body cells.

Research has shown that all sounds and especially human sound affect the chakras and the aura. Since a thought is eventually stored in the body by virtue of the emotion it generates and the energy carried by that emotion, it is possible to work on any of these three layers to bring about a change in the physical body and bring it back to harmony.”

Aasha Warriar wrote Chapter 41 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. She is a Certified Regression Therapist, Integrated Clinical Hypnotherapist and Inner Child Integration Therapist and the founder of the Clover-Leaf Learning Academy She wrote “From Mediocrity to Madness”, a book based on real life Past Life cases that gives an in-depth understanding about how the mind works and how to resolve unexplained issues and patterns in life, such as recurring back aches, relationship issues, compulsive hatred, and more.



DAY 346: Transformation Through Past-Life Regression Therapy

Past Lives DNA Memory

Have you ever heard of past lives? Do you believe that is possible to live many lives?

Smita Wankhade wrote Chapter 40 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. She is a Breath Worker, Past-Life Regressionist and Reiki Master. Through her healing sessions, people have found relief from issues which were preventing them from living a fuller life. Each of them found the purpose of their life and been able to balance their material and spiritual life.

Here’s a little excerpt:

“Past-Life Regression Therapy (PLRT) can be used to get answers to the ‘why me?’ questions. It gives us an understanding and facilitates healing of issues related to health, relationships, fears and phobias, all that keeps us from leading a fuller life in the present. We are not our body, our thoughts and our emotions.

Our body is in fact our first environment. It is the carrier of our soul. We are the soul, the spark, and the particle of consciousness or the divine source. The soul manifests into the Earth plane or many such realities, in order to experience. Through these experiences we learn lessons and ascend till we reach to our godliness.

Before coming down on Earth, we pre-plan that life time, choose the parents who will teach us the lessons we have decided to learn in that lifetime. We also come here to teach whatever we have learned and to enjoy what we have created.

And we also come here to enjoy creating! The lessons we learn are those of trust, patience, forgiveness, faith, acceptance, unconditional love and many more which eventually lead us to opening of the heart, to be with compassion to one and all. So, we are the sum total of all our experiences from many life times.”

Fascinating, isn’t it?