Welcome! This is the full, ever evolving chain of Evoking You’s messages of light, love and hope.
These messages are about my journey through a past life regression therapy. Going forward I’m going to call it a Soul Searching Session because that’s really what it is.
We will talk about what that is and how it helped me see that my fears were tiny compared to the vast amounts of light and love surrounding me.
The first thing I want to say is that I am not an expert. I am merely a reflector to show you how to help yourself. I am not trying to sell you anything or convince you of anything. I just feel that I want to share the hopeful messages I have been receiving. Take from this anything that makes you feel safe and comforted and leave anything that doesn’t resonate with you.
I started researching past life therapy about a year ago. I read a lot of books about it and knew it was something I wanted to try but I was scared to take the leap.
Do you believe in reincarnation or having past lives? I know that part was a stumbling block for me because I was raised Catholic which doesn’t include reincarnation in their beliefs. But even if you don’t believe maybe you can believe that our Soul is grander than this physical body we are currently in. Maybe you can believe that our Soul can take us to other experiences that didn’t happen in this lifetime to teach us or more like remind us of something that can help with issues we have in our day to day life. That is exactly what I experienced.
In the next email I will talk about how I have a new understanding of our Souls, how my fears were actually trying to reach out to help me and how I am learning to turn inward for relief from anxiety, panic attacks and other mental health symptoms. Soul Searching sessions can help with this and also physical ailments, really anything that’s causing you pain can be helped. There’s no need to suffer.
What is a Soul Searching Session?
Like I said in the previous email I was very apprehensive going into my SSS. I wasn’t sure what would come out of it. I knew I wanted help with my intrusive thoughts, irrational fears and anxiety and I knew in my heart it would help but still. It seemed a little “out there” if you know what I mean!
I won’t lie there were a couple times I thought my heart would beat out of my chest as I walked through a few memories but it was almost cathartic and the peace and tranquility that followed was worth any trepidation.
*I mentioned in the last email that I read several books on this – if you have a strong interest go look up Dolores Canon, Dr. Brian Weiss, and Mira Kelley.*
Through these wonderful authors who explain it way better than I do, I understood that our Soul is so much larger and diverse than this physical experience we are having right now. I think of it as our Soul being the trunk of a tree- it can reach out with branches and roots and experience different life times, in between life times and more.
My SSS helped me realize that my fears and intrusive thoughts were just other parts of me knocking me on the head like “Hey, I can help you with this if you will let me in!”
In the next email I will send a beautiful message from a little girl named Anna that I experienced a life time through. She speaks of holding on to the wonder of your inner child, loving with your whole heart even when it seems risky, and above all trust yourself which will help you trust others.
Today’s message is one of fearless hope.
I received this message from a Soul Searching Session I had a few weeks ago.
First let me tell you a little about what I was like as a kid. I was mostly quiet and withdrawn. You could usually find my nose buried in a book. I was the oldest of 4 girls and definitely the most serious as a child. I also was plagued with irrational fears of someone harming me while I was in my bedroom at night. To the point that sometimes I would spend hours awake frozen in a panic, feeling paralyzed in my bed. I would cry with relief when I heard the first birds singing at dawn.
Fast forward to adult me- I would go through long periods of time with no fears like this but they would come back from time to time. Also I was way too hard on myself, didn’t allow myself to let go and enjoy my kids very often, and certainly didn’t trust myself. It was one of the phases where the fears came back that I went and had my SSS done. What came through was a different lifetime as a girl named Anna. To make a long story short Anna was kidnapped and murdered as a child. My fears were definitely stemming from this soul memory and now that they were brought to my conscious mind I could start to heal them.
Surprisingly, once I got past the initial “omg” of it- Anna had a lot to say. She reminded me that sometimes bad things happen but they are no ones fault. She says there’s a part of all of us that’s still a child and believes in magic, fairies, Santa, and unicorns. Let that child out more often! Play with kids. Run in the rain. Get messy, have fun, trust in a plan that is bigger than what you can see with your physical eyes. Trust yourself no matter what. Love with your whole heart even if it’s risky. Even though you don’t know what will happen choose hope, choose love.
Also- my fears are getting better! They still come up sometimes when I’m triggered but it’s more like an old habit that I feel able to break now that I know what it’s about.
I hope this helps someone choose hope today. Fears come and go. Anger and hurt come and go. Love stays always.
Why I went for my SSS.
The simple answer is because i wanted to know myself better. SSS (soul searching sessions) are a way to access your inner wisdom. It’s not someone else telling you their experience it’s you describing your own experiences to yourself. I have always been prone to believing everything everyone else says about me. Over the years I had grown tired of this! I just felt that I was done being defined by others options.
I want to share this message because I believe that anyone surviving with mental health issues deserves to know that there are infinite options to help them.
I shared in a previous message that I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder in 2017. I have no family history of BP and even though the diagnosis made sense in some ways it just didn’t totally fit for me. And even if it did I had questions.
Why was I experiencing the symptoms of BP in the way that I was? Why were my triggers what they were? Why did the medicine sometimes work and sometimes didn’t work?
I had doctors telling me one thing, other people with BP telling me other things, books I was reading telling me a different story and I was overwhelmed. The desire to trust myself and be confident in my self led me to schedule my SSS.
What I experienced was a deliverance from all of my anxiety. I found a place inside me that was so sure, so calm, so confident. So full of unconditional love, so wise and ready to help me anytime I needed it. My relationship with my kids is changing for the better, my panic attacks are dwindling and most nights I am sleeping soundly and waking up with energy.
I would love to answer any questions you have , please feel free to reach out. My main goal is to share the message that there is hope. So much hope and no need to suffer.