Past Life Regression Therapy and the Civil War
Not surprisingly, I have acquired quite an intense interest in studying the Civil War since one of my earliest experiences as the client involved a Civil War lifetime as an Officer in Confederate service.
Some years later as a Regression Therapist I even had a client that regressed back to a lifetime where she was a very young (approximately 16 years old) confederate Private. She (he) was struck in the head and killed instantly by a Minie ball (The Minié ball (or Minie ball) is a type of muzzle-loading spin-stabilizing rifle bullet named after co-developer, Claude Etienne Minié, inventor of the Minié rifle. It came to prominence in the Crimean War and The Civil War.). When this young soldier died his last thoughts were that he had never fired his musket, greatly disappointing his Commanding Officer.
It is interesting to note that this client was an over-achiever in this lifetime and always felt as if she would never have enough time to complete whatever task she was working on or currently involved in. After her Regression experience these perceptions were eradicated and she went on to complete her graduate work and the eventual licensing as a Professional in her field.
Part of the Regression process involves asking the client if they recognized anyone from the regressed lifetime as someone in their current lifetime. This client identified me as her Commanding Officer. She actually went into some detail, describing my looks, uniform, color of the horse, etc. What she described was EXACTLY as I had experienced it all those years ago myself when I was the client.
She never knew of any of my personal experiences when I was the person or client being regressed. So, how could this happen? Frankly, I don’t know. It is one of the phenomenon’s that occur when working with this very powerful and mystical approach to healing.
If you find you have an interest in the Civil War and any part of this short essay seems to resonate, please feel free to contact me and we may be able to have you uncover that “missing piece”, or get in touch with whatever experience your higher self may be looking for.
It is well war is so terrible, or we should get too fond of it.
Robert E. Lee
Gary Nurkiewicz, Ph.D., Th.D.
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