Beyond Past Lives: What Parallel Realities Can Teach Us About Relationships, Healing And Transformation (Anglais) Broché – 29 juillet 2014
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Pages 11-32: There is information on parallel lifetimes and the case study of one of her clients who died in 1978, but was also living a situation where he had been born in 1950.
Pages 50-76 (chapter 4):A chapter centered around the topic of conversing with your higher self
Pages 121-136: She shares how consciousness and time are linked and shares her own story of how this relates to her life. An exercise around time is also given to help facilitate perfect timing and much more is included in this book.
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We are taught everything from how to play with time to the fact that past lives are not really in the past but are simultaneous with our present one. This book is one of the best books that I have read in awhile. I loved the ten concepts that we are taught and enjoyed the exercises presented. We are taught how to do past life regression on ourselves and how this can help us deal with issues in the present. Two of my favorite chapters in the book were chapter nine, "You have the right to Love Yourself" and chapter ten, "Trust Yourself and Follow Your excitement." In chapter ten we are shown how to find our purpose and chapter nine shows us that we are deserving of love.
I would recommend this book to everyone who wants to enrich their lives with new ideas and have a wonderful transformation of their lives.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Hay House in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of the book.
If you want serious handling of past life regressions, don't buy this book. If you are interested in the author's thoughts, or if you like exercises to (try to) develop some experiences of your own, you might find this worth while.
The foreword by Dr. Wayne Dyer is a nice preface to what turns out to be a solid exploration into the mystery of past life regression therapy and its tremendous benefits. Though the book is not crammed with case studies from the author’s files, the few she does present gives the reader compelling evidence from which to draw their own conclusions as to the healing and transformative nature of this modality.
Mira Kelley’s passion and faith in what she does is imbued on every page. I was touched by her willingness to hold nothing back when it came to sharing her concerns, her fears, and her own healing journey—including those of others she’s touched—with grace, compassion, and a delightful sense of wonderment.
The exercises at the end of each chapter are easy to follow and once undertaken, provide additional support throughout the reading of the book. Special not-to-be-missed bonuses (aside from the F.A.Q. and the past life regression transcript in the appendix section) are the excerpts taken from the regressions of both Dr. Dyer and his daughter, Serena.
Beyond Past Lives is a great addition to the collection of those who follow the work of Dolores Cannon and Dr. Brian Weiss, as it also takes the reader beyond past lives, challenging us to at least consider the possibility of several lives all happening at once.
You are likely familiar with the thoughts that we create our own reality, and that everything really occurs in the present moment. With that in mind, the idea is that each choice we make (both large and small), creates the life that we are in--and that the choices not made also create our ongoing parallel lives. And that all of these lives continue to unfold further and further with each subsequent choice.
Think of a ginormous and beautiful tree, as it expands from a single trunk into a myriad of tertiary branches--and that each of those branches is constantly growing new leaves.
Now picture yourself as one of those leaves, and trace back through all the branches to the trunk coming out of the ground. Notice all the other branchings-out along the way, the other choices you could have made but seemingly didn't. The thing is, you are each of those leaves--not just the one you are aware of right now.
Each leaf of the tree is you, each branch-path is a parallel life, and they all exist at the same time. The author declares that all lives are simultaneous, all are present moment. "Thus, each life is both still unfolding and has already been completed in the present moment." (Kelley, Loc 535 of 3587, Kindle version.)
Yep, that's the feel of a mind-blowing concept.
The really cool thing about this is the benevolent and loving exploration of self that comes with it. It's all about learning and growing. As the author supports, "Allow yourself to know your magnificence." (Kelley, Loc 1971 of 3587, Kindle version)
The other new idea for me when reading this book is a new way of looking at memory and the past. The author explores these not as fixed events (in any parallel life), but rather as a present thought about a possible past. She asks us to consider that "the past does not create the present. The present creates the past and the future." (Kelley, Loc 2203, Kindle version) Sooo, my memories are not so much changing and fading, but rather my past is presently being created! And the more I grow and become in the present, that actually affects my past--which is then reflected in what I call my memories.
There's that feel again, another mind-blower. Let me catch my breath.
Mira Kelley's book is a must-have for anyone's spiritual library. Its groundbreaking approach has something for everyone, whether this is your first foray into such topics or if you are accomplished in the field. Her writing style is flowing, it simply feels like you are having a conversation.
Hay House graciously gave me this book in return for my thoughts about it. I'm going to visit my parallel life where I didn't choose this book, and encourage myself to go ahead and read it.