Belinda continues sharing from the previous podcast the surprising past life that provided evidence of its existence, her son’s unusual death and how she is coping.
Losing an adult child is one of the biggest challenges we can face. And yet it can also be a gift that can open our eyes and take us in a new direction. In this interview, which is split into two parts, Belinda felt compelled to explore.
When we are feeling overburdened with responsibility, we are not on our spiritual path. In this podcast, Jane is taken to several past lives and her life between lives. She is given powerful experiences and illuminating insights that change her life.
With a new baby and a difficult mother, Tina struggled with trust issues. She was surprised to discover the cause of her distrust and greatly relieved when she put it to rest.
In this episode, my guest, Lynette, is an academic. Lynette is a dynamic, happy, well adjusted individual and I greatly enjoyed doing this podcast with her, which is full of laughter. I spoke to her again very recently and she said that even though she came for a regression simply out of curiosity, her perspective on life has changed.
In this episode, my guest, Joy, shares how she had lost direction. especially with her career. She was caught in a self-sabotaging pattern. Her regression unfolded and was resolved in a way she could not have imagined.
In this episode, my guest, Peter, has been given a terminal diagnosis. His wife believes in life after death, but Peter is a well-grounded engineer. “Is there such a thing?” he wonders. Peter generously shares what he discovered, which was a surprise, not only to him, but to me also.
In this episode, my guest, Kim, is a retired administrator. I recently bumped into her at a charity function. Kim and her husband had each come for a regression three years earlier. She was excited to hear about the podcast as she described the regression she experienced as stunning. She willingly volunteered to be interviewed.
In this episode, my guest Laylee speaks about a lifelong pattern that she had failed to overcome. She could not accumulate any wealth and could not hold onto anything she bought or received. It would consistently slip away. Since the regression her compulsion has gone and she has money in the bank and the balance is growing.
My guest, Nick, a tutor train driver, was clear on his key issue: “I would get angry enough to black out and lose that portion of memory. I was not in control of it.”
Welcome to the podcast: Exploring Past Lives. I am Karen Joy. Join me as I speak with people who have relived their past lives. Most have undertaken past life regressions with me, so I have seen, first-hand, the transformational power of these experiences.