Remembering a Past Life Is Like Looking at an Old Photo

What does it feel like to remember a past life?

For me, it is similar to looking at an old photo, let’s say … of a party. Once you see the picture, you remember the people featured and what the party celebrated. Then, upon thinking more about that party, you can remember more and more details.

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You may remember:

  • Who came that is not shown in the photo
  • What you wore
  • A song that played
  • What time of year it was
  • The emotions of that day
  • And maybe a little back story on a close friend or relative that attended

If you think really hard about it, you may remember days before that party and all the preparations made for the party. You may remember what happened after all the guests left and the clean-up afterwards. Then, there may be a memory or two of weeks or months later when you reminisced with a friend about the party.

Yah, it is kind of like that. Remembering a past life is like remembering a party from a long time ago. It is just another memory from all your days gone by. They are just memories with a twist; they are of a past life. Just like a party, some of the memories are pleasant some are not.

There are a few differences though (beyond the obvious fact that we are comparing a current life to past lives).

The two main differences are strong emotions and healing. Remembering a past life is emotional. Crying is usually involved. Sometimes they are tears of joy. Sometimes they are tears that could never be shed before.

I have regressed those who say they rarely, if ever, cry. I always have tissues ready anyway. They often cry the hardest … there are so many pent up emotions, especially by those who do not usually cry.

Even the men cry.

Remembering a past life is healing in and of itself. Just remembering a snippet of a past life can be healing. Writing my book about my past lives has been healing. Every time I work with my past lives (via meditation or a regression) I recognize some relevant connection in my current life. It has explained relationships, likes, fears and more.

Can you remember your 10th birthday party? Who was there? What kind of cake did you have?

You can remember anything you want.

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17 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. shreejacob
    Jan 27, 2013 @ 03:55:00

    Interesting…I can’t seem to remember my earliest childhood until during my school years, much less past lives. I’ve tried..a little through tarot card reading but its not visual and more a sense or some words popping into my head…which isn’t very accurate most times..hehe.

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  2. gwenniesgarden
    Jan 27, 2013 @ 07:01:18

    I would like to remember some of my past lives but I live in Belgium…..how do I find someone who can help me with this over here ???

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  3. clairvoyantgirl
    Jan 27, 2013 @ 10:49:02

    Great post Karen!! Opening these memories can be very emotional. I love your example of a photo.

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  4. Rob
    Jan 27, 2013 @ 14:46:50

    This is a fascinating subject to me Karen. Karin tells me all the time that I would benefit greatly from Past Life Regression Therapy. She believes I have led quite a few lives before–is that why I’m always tired? lol In terms of THIS life, I am more interested in why I have no memories prior to age 12. I only have spotted snapshots of isolated events. I have approach-avoidance Karin says to meditation because she believes that I would truly benefit from it, but I would be one of your “men cry too” examples. Anyway, good stuff! PS: glad to see you’ve got the links opening in another window heehee.

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    • Karen Kubicko
      Jan 27, 2013 @ 15:00:31

      I agree with Karin, you should try meditation! You can meditate with Karin, it works better when you meditate with others (Maharishi Effect). Once you can learn to relax with focused concentration, a wealth of information opens up about yourself.
      For a past life, you could try the link at the top of my blog to remember a past life right now, it is only 30 minutes long. It is a guided meditation.
      I have seen so many things explained and healed in my current life, I always recommend past life regression. It is one way to learn about yourself on such a deep level.
      And, it is okay to cry … that is when you know healing is happening.
      (Maybe you started having fun with life after the age of 12?)
      Yes, thanks to you on the links to a new page suggestion!

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      • Rob
        Jan 28, 2013 @ 09:14:06

        Thanks for the idea on the session! Karin and I are gong to try it tomorrow night! If you still have the email I sent you about how to do that link, notice how I changed the link NAME, so that your links don’t have garbled reference names like 4bdj5r85. You can simply name them. Read the email again and if you don’t understand I’ll be happy to show you! Thanks again!

  5. anna3101
    Jan 29, 2013 @ 10:35:39

    Karen, do you know anyone in Poland who does past lives regressions? I would love to remember my past lives but I don’t know anyone who can help me with that 😦

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    • Karen Kubicko
      Jan 29, 2013 @ 11:24:50

      Hello Anna, I looked on the IARRT website and did not see any. That is not to say there is not. When I first started looking for a practitioner for myself, I found one through a referral at a metaphysical bookstore. You may want to seek out holistic teaching centers too. You will find someone who knows someone.
      However, if you have some time (30 minutes), click on my link at the top of the page for a free past life self-hypnosis meditation session via a recording with Dr. Brian Weiss. This is how I started my journey into past life regression. Good luck!! ♥♥♥

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      • anna3101
        Jan 30, 2013 @ 07:04:31

        Thanks a lot Karen. I will try, although I have to say I already did try a recording of Dr Weiss and it didn’t work for me 😦

    • Karen Kubicko
      Jan 30, 2013 @ 08:34:35

      I had to listen to a self-hypnosis cd for about a month before anything happened for me. It takes persistence. Don’t give up.

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