Remembering a Past Life is Easier than a Near Death Experience

Re-experiencing a past life is very similar to a near death experience. You do not have to be literally “near death” to see the light, angels or deceased loved ones. In my work with past life regression, I simply remembered dying in a past life. If I stayed in the moment just after my death, I always saw the beautiful, loving light … and often … more.

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We are never alone.

This beautiful sunset at Maui pales in comparison to the light we see after death


About Karen Kubicko 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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8 Responses to Remembering a Past Life is Easier than a Near Death Experience

  1. Looking forward to reading this. realized that I was having it sent to a different address then I sign up here with. Left a note that at 60 I haven’t shed some basic fears in my life and really been thinking about doing past life regression to find things. Just wondering what else will come up through the process. I vacillate between my options

  2. Thanks Jacki! You can listen to a recording by Dr. Brian Weiss via the link below. He includes a meditation to facilitate remembering a past life—if you would like to try it today. Good luck!

    PS. I sent you the chapter from my book.

  3. I totally explore this…past lives, regression, reincarnation in my new book so now, of course, I love reading anything to do with those subjects. I believe that I have experienced past lives through my dreams! And it IS like going through a near death experience! Still, I do hope to go through a past life regression someday. Brian Weiss has done a lot for bringing awareness of this to the masses. Another thing I’ve tried is to stare into a mirror…supposedly you’ll eventually get to see what you looked like in a past life (takes time and patience)! Either my eyes played weird tricks on me or it worked! (smile) I look forward to your book!

  4. That is awesome Deborah! I have never tried staring into a mirror. Many past life regression scripts include mirrors, doors, paintings, etc. Thank you for your kind words. I look forward to my book being published too. I am editing it right now.

  5. Ellyn Baker says:

    Hello Karen, Another great post. During my past life regression and only one. I never saw the light and that transition of loved ones. I simply found myself alone in a beautiful garden. I knew I passed. At first I wasn’t sure what was happening, but soon figured it out. I always saw a man waiting for me. I think of him as a guide, but for some reason I was afraid to talk to him. I was lucky enough to find passing over very peaceful and a huge relief. Can you tell me who he was and why I missed the first part. Good luck with your edits. We can not wait for the finished product 😉

    • Hello Ellyn! Thank you for your kind words! And, most importantly, thank you for sharing your story!

      My work is a compilation of several (I should count them … at least 50) regressions. I started by remembering only random, poignant snippets of past lifetimes with a self-hypnosis CD. Only after I had someone to lovingly help me in the process of remembering did I see more. Some lifetimes I include in my book are compiled from two – six different regressions—where that lifetime “popped” up. Now, eight years later, I still don’t have all the answers in some lifetimes (who, why, where, names, etc.)

      Your subconscious takes you to where you need to go/what you need to understand/to give an explanation/to what you need to see in that point in your life now.

      Without me personally guiding you in the process, I cannot say who the man was for you. (I always ask for clarification on anything that is unclear.) If you get the opportunity to be regressed again, ask. There are CDs that contain meditations to meet your spirit guide. I can only surmise that your subconscious wanted you to experience this scene.

      I have a couple of theories on the man for you. It sounds like you may have been in a garden in the afterlife, but that memory triggered a recall of another past time in a similar garden. This would explain the fear when you see him. (All of the spirit guides I met have been loving. While I do have one that is quite stoic, I never felt fear with these loving beings.) Unless … you knew you needed to meet with him to go over your incarnation’s life experiences (to see if you have learned your life lessons, for example) and you were nervous about it? Like, I don’t know, you skipped a lesson? We are ultimately our own worse critic. Our guides are literally there to guide us.

      I have a lifetime I did not learn my life lesson of charity–I did not even come close. I never saw the light (or any spirit guides, angels, etc.) at the end of any of the four separate regressions for this life. I also never stayed in the death scene after I re-experienced his death to get the opportunity. Each time you re-experience a particular past life, you remember more details.

      I hope this helps!

  6. Jessica says:

    I’m 28 and have had a “memory” my entire life as long as I can cognitively recall of myself dying… I swear I drowned. I would bet my life. I recall being young, maybe 5-6 years old but too young to be a “good swimmer”. My whole life I recall being in a pool during a family get together, maybe a barbecue or similar, I’m not sure. But I remember swimming and being in the “deep end” and I couldn’t reach, I tried and tried and I fought so hard to stay above but failed. I remember sinking. I sank to the bottom and clearly recall looking upward and seeing the surface. I wasn’t afraid, I was calm, very calm and I remember “breathing” the water and looking up at the surface. Nothing hurt. After that what I remember being my father grabbing me and pulling me out. I recall CPR from my father and overall distress from the rest.

    After that, there’s me, I remember without question “watching” as the scene unfolded, my family was upset, my mother distraught… I’ve asked my mother if I ever had a water incident and explained. She said no as has my entire family. Nobody has a memory of me drowning or almost drowning except me.

    Coincidentally, I’m afraid of deep water and boats oddly. I love to swim, I’m a good swimmer and have little fear otherwise. Another thing to note is I “feel connected with the early to mid-70s” but was born in 85. I “know” songs I’ve never heard and feel connected overall.

    I’ve always believed I’m remembering my last life even if its just my death.

    As I’ve aged I’ve stopped recalling the memory because nobody remembers it… Except me. My family thinks I’m nuts but I’m not. I have no history of mental illness or anything like that. But I can’t think there’s a reason otherwise that I can recall something as clear as day that hasn’t happened.

    In almost 30 years my memories haven’t changed its as clear as it was when I was a very small child.

    • Hello Jessica!
      You are, in my mind, remembering a past life that was relatively recent. It sounds as though you have already pieced together what happened.
      I do have a mediation to help “remember a past life right now” as a tab here on my blog. You could try it (with the intent to remember this past life), and get some sense of validation plus more information on that lifetime.
      It is not uncommon to remember the death trauma from a past life. In fact, in my book (soon to be published), three of the lifetimes I include are only the last day of that lifetime.
      For me, I have had a few things I really like for no real reason—Paris and the 1920s. Since I was little kid, I have loved everything about Paris and this time period, Growing up, I often thought it was because of a past life. This was not confirmed until recently (over the last few years). I have had a few past lives in France and I had one in New York where I died in 1927.
      You are perfectly normal by the way. So, no worries. You are not the only one who has remembered a past life as a child. In fact, it is quite common. See Carol Bowman’s book, Children’s Past Lives, or look up Ian Stevenson’s work.

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