What Did Past Life Regression Solve for Me?

While I have healed on so many levels and in so many ways, it still comes back to what made me so passionate to get started in all of this. It all leads back to this story: I was diagnosed with asthma around 1997. I was known to take up to six different medications when I would get a cold or asthma flare-up since that time. I never liked taking so much medication, but I needed to breathe. Asthma is an extremely frustrating dis-ease.

In 2004, I read Carol Bowman’s book, Children’s Past Lives. She also had issues with getting sick a few times a year and was cured when she remembered a few past lives with breathing issues. I was inspired with insatiable passion.

If she can do it, so can I.

The first past life that I remembered (self-hypnosis) had an immediate effect on my breathing. The first time I went to a regression therapist (2005), my focus was on any past life that was breathing related. I was not there to remember the fun, exciting, easy past lives. I delved right into being drowned, burned, hung and others.

I put most of my focus on past lives on hold several years to raise my young children. By early 2010, I had reduced all my asthma medications to two. In the fall of 2010, I tried a new, lower-dose medication and got a chest cold. Two months later, I was hospitalized for nearly a week since I could not breathe – not even to talk. One doctor said I was dying. I woke up in the hospital with the continuation of one of my more frequently remembered past lives (also a continuation of the very first one I remembered) and made a huge realization of the similarities on my current life/past life and my breathing. I went home two days later from the hospital.

Over the next year, I stopped taking any asthma medication. Since February 2012, I have not taken any medications for asthma. I sit here breathing clearly as I type.

A beautiful tree in Hawai'i - Doesn't it look like a lung with all those branches?

What a breath of fresh air.

For the next three days straight (YAH!), I will be working on finishing up as many chapters as I can in Life is Just another Class – One Soul’s Journey through Past Life Regression. BE THE FIRST TO READ CHAPTER 9 – the story of my lifetime as Howard Duish from the 1600’s. BONUS! I include excerpts from seven additional chapters so you can learn how Howard made an impact in my current lifetime. Register at to receive your chapter and be the FIRST TO KNOW the release date for my book: Life is Just another Class – One Soul’s Journey through Past Life Regression. For more information visit: www.karenkubicko.com.

About Karen Kubicko

www.KarenKubicko.com I found my joy in studying and participating in past life regressions. Ask me any question on past life regression and I will blog the answer. By re-experiencing my own personal past lives, I’ve learned a great deal about myself on multiple levels. I have remembered nearly forty past lives. Through total immersion into each memory, I have released a variety of unfounded fears, explained relationships, alleviated health issues, reawakened psychic talents and explained my fondness of certain time periods and geographic locations. When you personally remember a past life, you can heal yourself of health issues and phobias. Do you have any unfounded fears or phobias in your life? Do you have a nagging health issue? Are these issues unfounded in your current lifetime? Think about it. In my book, Life Is Just Another Class – One Soul’s Journey Through Past Life Regression, I share some of these lifetimes with you, in hopes that I will inspire and excite you to take your own spiritual journey. It is available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble. We experience several lives here on Earth to learn and to grow. I invite you to embrace this classroom we call Earth and get to know why you are truly here in this lifetime. xoxox Karen
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