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Case Study: Past Lives


(Published with permission.)

Case Study Number: 1
Date: 6/28/2022
Prior Hypnosis Experience of Client: Never
Rapport Level Between Yourself & Client: Acquaintances
Hypnotic Method Used: KEW Sample Video for past life regression
Induction Method Used: KEW Sample Video for past life regression
Childhood Memories or Womb Explored? No.
Significant Scenes Explored in the Past Life: None, went straight to death scene.
Death Scene: He was buried up to his neck in white sand and being stoned to death in ancient Egypt for having an adulterous affair with another woman, who was also being stoned to death in the same manner, per Sharia law. His wife watched, crying the whole while because she didn’t want him (or the adulterous woman) to die.
Thoughts & Feelings at the End of the Life: Unfairness, unhappiness, terror, pain, grief, shame, anger.
Contracts Explored: None
Recognition of Souls from that Lifetime? Yes; two souls. His wife & the woman he cheated with.
Residual Energy From That Life Affecting the client now? Yes. The act of cheating seems to have brought bad karma; he is now faced with being cheated on constantly.
Any other significant parts of the session? The first thing he did was cry & say, “I don’t want to die.”
What did you learn as the therapist from this session: Verbal reassurance greatly reduced the visible discomfort of the client.
What, if anything, would you have done differently? Spent more time discussing the life in general — the client was eager to cease due to the trauma of observing his violent death, despite distancing efforts. In fact, he was too disturbed to even discuss it after the fact and wanted to dive back in to a different lifetime to learn more about his anger issues, specifically.

Follow Up with Client: He would like to try to return to this lifetime to process it and heal it further. We will try again until we get there.


Case Study Number: 2
Date: 6/28/2022
Prior Hypnosis Experience of Client: Never before today
Rapport Level Between Yourself & Client: Acquaintances
Hypnotic Method Used: KEW Sample Video for past life regression
Induction Method Used: KEW Sample Video for past life regression
Childhood Memories or Womb Explored? No.
Significant Scenes Explored in the Past Life:
Scene 1: It’s about 1500 AD. Reading a book alone (no idea what book). He is a man without any idea of how old he was except old enough to be called a man instead of a boy. He lived a lonely life, taking a room in his sister’s home. He was a stable hand and often slept in barns for the sake of independence. He did not own a horse himself but took care of them happily.
Scene 2: He was in a meadow, making love to his homosexual partner. It was summer and breezy and cloudy. The meadow was in the middle of some woods or a forest. He was very far from home and civilization altogether. His sister was not aware of his homosexuality, as far as he knew.
Scene 3: He raped a boy of eight years old. He had come across the boy in the woods and he was lost. After taking advantage of the child, he pointed him in the direction of town. He was ashamed of himself after that. He had no excuse for his behavior, sadly.
Death Scene: Hung to death for homosexuality with his lover. It was quick as his neck snapped immediately, whereupon he found himself beside the body, staring at everything going on. Nobody cried for him or even seemed to care all that much, but his lover wasn’t so lucky. His neck did not break and he suffocated to death. This made the client weep.
Thoughts & Feelings at the End of the Life: Ashamed, grieving, sad.
Contracts Explored: None, though this made him decide to try being a woman.
Recognition of Souls from that Lifetime? Yes; four souls. The lover, his sister, an onlooker from his death scene, the rape victim.
Residual Energy From That Life Affecting the client now? Yes.
Any other significant parts of the session? No.
What did you learn as the therapist from this session: Good practice for reassurance during traumatic events. The script moves very fast in the sample video. However, I was trying to induce hypnotherapy for myself rather than anyone else present at that time. I will make a new script to record and listen to.
What, if anything, would you have done differently? Explored more scenes or explored the scenes for a longer period of time.


Case Study Number: 3
Date: 6/28/2022
Prior Hypnosis Experience of Client: Never before today
Rapport Level Between Yourself & Client: Acquaintances
Hypnotic Method Used: Personalized script
Induction Method Used: Being in a void, such as space, watching a nebula.
Childhood Memories or Womb Explored? No.
Significant Scenes Explored in the Past Life:
Scene 1: 1858. Violetta is a young French woman (age 14) meeting Madame Maude for the first time for tea to set up her debutante introduction. It’s the 1800s but not quite Victorian because of the fact that it’s in France. Nicholas was surprised to be hearing the conversation in French and understanding it perfectly. The discussion was polite and thorough and eventually revolved around her first party to introduce her to society. She was wearing pink and grey and walked to her appointment. She will be introduced in about two months. Her father died in The Second French Republic War (1848-1852). She was born in 1844; her first rape by the doctor was right after her father deployed. It’s spring. It’s a smaller town in France — a suburb or the outskirts of Nice.
Scene 2: Violetta remembers being raped by her mother’s doctor at age 8. With exploration, we discovered that this had happened four summers in a row, beginning at age 4. This scene involves when Violetta’s mother discovers the doctor’s indiscretion and calls for her sister to remove the man while she comforts her daughter. The doctor was thrown out on his ear.
Scene 3: Violetta dreams (just before her introduction) that she is naked in a park. No one else is around, initially. She is unashamed and enjoying the park and being by herself. A naked man passes by and ignores her completely, which upsets her greatly because she has been told all her life that her worth is in capturing a husband of value. The man looks healthy/well-to-do, although there is no clothing to support that notion. She wakes up alone in the early morning dark of her bedroom.
Scene 4: 1858. Violetta is at a ball, looking for a husband. There are very few men at this particular event, so Violetta tries to make friends with women there. She ends up talking to a woman in pink named Mademoiselle Curie, who solicits her for homosexual relations, which Violetta declines. Edmond is there but they do not dance. She eats cake, which is rather different than modern cake and has some sort of savory fondant type frosting. Curie teases her about needing to let all her dresses out at the seems if she eats too much cake.
Scene 5: 1858. Violetta is getting married. The day progresses very casually between her and Edmond. Violetta is wearing a dress more expensive than any she’s ever owned before; it’s a white dress full of lace that her mother spent more than a year creating. They sewed it together as their final project before her mother died of cancer. She was very nervous and had never even kissed Edmond since Maude had instructed her to never allow a man to kiss more than the back of her hand before marriage. Eventually, after much fretting, she exited her private chamber in Edmond’s estate to face a justice of the peace. There were no friends there, just Violetta and Edmond. The JotP pronounced them man and wife and recorded the deed and left. Their day continued cordially and in a friendly manner as if they hadn’t even been wed. Violetta made dinner – peaches and cream and some sort of salad. It was a rainy September day and she was still 14.
Scene 6: Edmond is dying of cancer. (They pronounced a great many things to be cancer in those days, it seems.) They are in their 40s by this point and Violetta isn’t going to live much longer at all herself, despite her minor independence as a wash woman and Edmond’s family keeping a roof over her head. There was a doctor there, attending to him — the same one that had violated Violetta. He was the only doctor available at that time since most of the younger ones were off to the next war. (Sino-French war 1884-1885)
Death Scene: She dies of cancer, alone. Utterly alone. She has no friends, her husband has already died, and all she has is a career as a wash woman. No one would be able to find her for at least a month… she had no contact with Edmond’s remaining family and her illness took a turn for the worse rather sharply a few months after Edmond died. She was above her body, observing it after death. She does not call the doctor, since he raped her in her youth. Client still wonders why he’s angry.
Thoughts & Feelings at the End of the Life: Sad – I was so lonely in that life and unfulfilled in every sense of the word. I couldn’t have children with Edmond and that would have filled a void in the loneliness I felt.
Contracts Explored: None.
Recognition of Souls from that Lifetime? Yes; two souls. Doctor, Edmond.
Residual Energy From That Life Affecting the client now? Yes.
Any other significant parts of the session? No.
What did you learn as the therapist from this session: Guiding the session myself is better because I can give more time to exploration and ask more questions to help flesh out the scenes for the client. Honestly, the first two attempts were actually supposed to be self-guided meditation to the KEW video and instead I ended up regressing the client, so we kept going. He became annoying with the video during the third session, this session, so I took over.
What, if anything, would you have done differently? Taken notes during the session itself, though we have worked together to elaborate on the sessions now. I was intending (again) to go through past life regression myself and instead my accidental client was hypnotized first.


Case Study Number: 4
Date: 6/28/2022
Prior Hypnosis Experience of Client: Never before today
Rapport Level Between Yourself & Client: Acquaintances
Hypnotic Method Used: Personalized script for relaxation.
Induction Method Used: Being in a safe room full of white light.
Childhood Memories or Womb Explored? No.
Significant Scenes Explored in the Past Life:
Scene 1: Little girl, age unknown. In her room full of pink, wearing pink and frills and bows, playing dolls w/ blocks while waiting for her mother to tell her she can come out of her room. The doll, Ted, is off to war in the fort built with the blocks. She is happy. She’s maybe six years old, definitely pre-puberty. It’s time for lunch when her mother retrieves her from her room. Her mother is wearing a blue dress that is ankle-length, like her own. Her hair is dark and tied up close to her scalp. Lunch is a sandwich and soup. She has two brothers — Tassilo and Klaus — who are also sitting at the dining table to eat lunch. Dad is off to work. The food is quite enjoyable by her standards.
Scene 2: There’s blood everywhere. I don’t know what I’m looking at. Blood splatter… in the house. It’s the kitchen. Mother is on the floor and Klaus is standing over her with a dagger, stabbing her over and over again. He’s smiling as he does this and spraying blood everywhere, which gets all over the little girl. She’s still six and she’s wearing the same dress as lunch time. Tassilo is nowhere to be seen. She runs away, screaming. Klaus lets her run away. She goes outside and sees Tassilo there, retching onto the road. Klaus emerges, covered in blood, and throws the dagger on the ground. It’s a farm house so no one is around except the three children. Father is off somewhere on the farm, out of sight. Klaus goes to bathe himself clean again.
Scene 3: She’s terrified. Mother’s dead! This is the same day. Father’s not back yet and Klaus has done nothing to cover up his crime except bathe. She won’t go back into the house because of how devastating the scene is. Tassilo stays with her. I hate my brother Klaus for killing my mother. I love Tassilo for staying with me. My mother’s name was Kann. My father’s name is Günter. He’s due back from the farm any time now. I get the sense that this has happened before, in a lifetime before. We don’t speak English this lifetime, we speak German. My name is Cheryl Bjorgsen, originally from Sweden. Klaus is trying to tell us why Kann had to die. He says she raped him and it had to be ended.
Scene 4: Günter returns from the field to find his three children outside, sitting somberly together. He enters the farmhouse and finds his wife stabbed to death in a violent manner. He emerges from the house, livid, his face red and spittle flying. He takes the same dagger Klaus used and asked which one of them did it. Nobody would tell until he went for Cheryl, then Klaus owned up to it, sparing her life. Günter stabs him violently over and over, spraying blood everywhere. Cheryl screams and runs away, crying because she just lost her mother and her baby brother who was 4 years old. Tassilo, age 9, stays and watches, silent as he cries.
Scene 5: Tassilo and Günter bury Kann and Klaus on the farmstead. It takes hours for them to dig graves deep enough to avoid attracting wolves and carrion birds. Cheryl hides in the field, watching in abject horror. After all is said and done, Günter takes Cheryl to his bed for the rest of their lives. She bears three children of her own with her father, naming them Alvin, Levin, and Lothar.
Scene 6: Günter dies of old age. Tassilo left the farm, marrying a local woman in town. The three brothers are now of age to work the farm. Cheryl is sick but not yet dead.
Death Scene: Cheryl confesses to the children on her deathbed that Günter is both their father and grandfather, which the young men do not take kindly to. They vow to never let this happen again. She vows the same thing. They all aspire to bloodless victory and triumph over abuse. The children destroy Günter’s grave marker after Cheryl passes and she’s buried in the ground. She watches the whole thing before passing over.
Thoughts & Feelings at the End of the Life: It was an awful life, being married to my father and bearing him three more sons. I couldn’t escape. It wasn’t a practice that was widespread but there was nowhere to go, living in the middle of the wilderness like we did. I despise rape and murder. I feel ashamed for being stuck in that situation. I feel hatred for the man that put me through that. I feel hatred for the fact my mother did that to my brother. I hate the fact that my brother died because of abuse that he wanted to cease. I still love Tassilo even though he abandoned me to start another life. I love my kids, even though they came from incestuous rape. I hate that I burdened them with the knowledge that their grandfather is also their father… they were better off not knowing, I think.
Contracts Explored: Promise to avert killing.
Recognition of Souls from that Lifetime? Yes; all souls. Kann, Günter, Tassilo, Cheryl, Klaus, Alvin, Levin, and Lothar.
Residual Energy From That Life Affecting the client now? Absolutely. The vow was broken in his current lifetime as the client killed his father in self-defense in response to sexual abuse.
Any other significant parts of the session? No.
What did you learn as the therapist from this session: Sessions can be quite disturbing in how they relate to reality.
What, if anything, would you have done differently? Nothing.


Case Study Number: 5
Date: 6/28/2022
Prior Hypnosis Experience of Client: Never before today
Rapport Level Between Yourself & Client: Acquaintances
Hypnotic Method Used: Personalized script for relaxation.
Induction Method Used: Being in a safe room full of white light.
Childhood Memories or Womb Explored? No.
Significant Scenes Explored in the Past Life:
Scene 1: Young boy sitting in the house while mother makes dinner, no siblings. There’s a commotion outside and it’s The Anarchy civil war (1135-1154). This is the first time Carl hears battle outside of his home in London. Dad is fighting on the anarchist side and has been off to war for weeks now. There’s hoof clatter and wagon clatter outside. Spring time. Nobody comes in or leaves, but eventually the commotion abates or moves to another location. Carl isn’t scared because nothing untoward has happened yet.
Scene 2: I’m not much older at all, maybe a few weeks since the first scene remembered. I’m still blind in the memory — I can’t see anything. Smells like a typical spring day, including some flowery fragrances in the air. Mom’s still at home but no cooking at the moment. Another commotion is apparent, along with clattering hooves but no wagons. People are shouting and I can hear swords clattering and clanging, metal on metal. It sounds like someone died outside the house. I’m trying to mind my own business in the parlor, keeping my head down so as not to attract attention. Still nothing has happened and dad is still off to war.
Scene 3: It’s summer now. I’m still about five years old. The war just started this year, I think. I miss my dad, he’s been gone for months. He’d never left that long before. I wish he was here, it’s dreadfully boring hiding in the house all the time while soldiers and anarchists run around fighting each other. There are skirmishes outside of the house all the time now and I hate listening to them, let alone seeing them. I have no specific memories of the sights from this lifetime, but I know I watched several battles before I died. Mom’s making dad’s favorite meal and telling me all about him again, as if I’ve forgotten him completely just because he’s been away for three months now. I just listen and eat the food. Mutton stew with potatoes and carrots is what’s for dinner. I wish dad was here to enjoy it, too.
Scene 4: More battling. I don’t know why this one stands out. Maybe it’s because there are two dead soldiers outside this time. The anarchists are winning right now. It’s fall now and the leaves on the trees are turning from green to bright colors before they drop to the ground. Everyone thinks the anarchists will win. I hope so because I want my dad to come home so much right now. I miss him terribly. I’ve been without him all year and I’m a bit tired of mum’s stories about him. I want to make new memories with him, instead. We’re eating his favorite soup again. Mutton stew with root veg.
Death Scene: It’s still fall. There are some leaves left on the trees even now. I’m not as keen to hide during the conflict anymore. They never come in, so why bother? Except this time is different. This time, they know my father is an anarchist and they’ve decided to come in and kill us both. They run my mother through while I watch and then they rape me and kill me, too. It’s really hurting, everything they do. They seem happy to hurt and I don’t like that. I vow never to hurt anyone like that ever myself.
Thoughts & Feelings at the End of the Life: What a shitty and short life. I didn’t do anything wrong! I died because my father was on the wrong side of the law. I didn’t learn anything except the sins of the father are the sins of the son.
Contracts Explored: Vow never to rape and murder (especially a child.)
Recognition of Souls from that Lifetime? Mother, father, some anarchists that died.
Residual Energy From That Life Affecting the client now? Absolutely. The vow was broken in another lifetime.
Any other significant parts of the session? No.
What did you learn as the therapist from this session: Some souls have faced very traumatic lives. It really takes a toll on a client to go through the therapy multiple times a day, too. I personally feel refreshed enough to continue, but I advised the client to take a break and allow space for gestation. It gets easier and easier to recall past lives the more often it’s done and the hypnosis takes less and less time. By the fifth try, the client was moving from scene to scene without prompting.
What, if anything, would you have done differently? I wouldn’t try running through the example video around an acquaintance who wants to know all about their past lives who is willing to do it for hours and hours to figure himself out when in reality I want to learn about my own past lives. 😛


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