Interview with Karen Joy

Interview with Karen Joy

During the period of Covid-19 isolation, I was contacted by Simon G. Brown who hosts a well-known Pod Cast on Past Lives and Hypnosis.

Simon has interviewed people like  Eben Alexander, Rich Martini, Carol Bowman Mark Gober, Pim Van Lommel Mira Kelly and Bryn Blankinship.

Below is a link to the interview he did with me.

Simon contacted me because he had read my book, Other Lives, Other Realms.

Interview with Karen

by Simon G. Brown

Launch of Book: Wisdom of Souls

Launch of Book: Wisdom of Souls

I am pleased to announce that the second book, of which I have been privileged to co-author, will be released in Australia in Kindle and Audio format on December 8, hardcopy USA on the same date. Hard copy in  Australia, Canada, UK, will be released in January. See below for links.

This book shares both practical and profound life wisdom received by those that have experienced a Life Between Lives® session. The personal client stories were contributed by 24 of my colleagues around the globe, with their client’s permission. The book contains over 60 cases addressing such issues as 

  • Facing a Health Crisis

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Healing from Loss

  • Navigating Romantic Relationships

  • Moving from Self Sabotage to Strength

  • Growing Through Family Conflict

  • Nurturing Relationships

  • Balancing Career and Finances

  • Transforming from a Brush with Death

  • Aging and Dying 

The Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy was established by Dr. Michael Newton to spread the word about the power of past life and life between lives regression and to train practitioners who become our members. To date over fifty-five thousand regressions have been conducted around the world. As members of the Institute, we volunteer our time and energy to share this healing and soul awakening modality to all.

All proceeds from our book sales go to the Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy. Pre-sales of this book have been good and we are doing all we can to make this book a best seller. If you have any intention of buying this enlightening book, we would appreciate you putting in an order before the 8th of December. Amazon has kindle version available in Australia. Some online stores have free delivery to Australia (for January delivery). Some links are below.

Kindle  

Hard Copy (Free delivery)

 Audio Book

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please help us spread the word about our new book with your family, friends and collogues. It just may change their lives. For more information about the modality of, Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy and our Institute, visit www.newtoninstitute.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stories of the Afterlife

Stories of the Afterlife

As most of you know, I am certified with The Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy. Here are some links that will give you more information about regression and the afterlife:   

In response to global interest and demand for more inspiring case stories, The Newton Institute (TNI) created Stories of the Afterlife.This online journal is for anyone curious about our existence beyond physical life. The journal contains cases of clients who have had been regressed to their past lives and life between lives. Each journal contains about five cases written by TNI practitioners. Currently there are 200 TNI practitioners from 40 different countries around the globe. 

Each quarterly addition also includes other regular features that keeps you up to date with research, book reviews and other news about the practice of regressions and life before and beyond. 

To find out more about more about Stories of the Afterlife, click on this link: 

https://www.newtoninstitute.org/news/stories-afterlife/ 

TNI also has a FaceBook page where people can ask questions and share information about past lives, life between lives and their regressions. 

Click here to join:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/122382797796840/

 

 

 

A Short Cut to Real Wealth

A Short Cut to Real Wealth

When I was in private practice as a psychologist, one of my clients sheepishly asked me if I had a policy on receiving gifts. She was holding a small parcel at the time.

 “Yes,” I replied, “I do have a policy on receiving gifts.”

Her face fell. She assumed, as a professional, my policy was to not accept gifts. I continued, “My policy is that I accept all good that the universe offers.”

Her face lit up with a wide smile as she handed me her gift. It was a handmade patchwork, shopping bag. She had made it for me, choosing bright colours that she noticed I preferred.

Decades later, I still have the bag which I still enjoy using, a reminder of this generous client and my gratitude for all the good I receive.

That gift was great. But sometimes the gift we receive is not what we expected.

One day a friend of mine asked me to come to a free weekend NLP seminar. My antennae told me to avoid this free seminar. I remember being told that if you didn’t know how NLP worked you could be manipulated by unscrupulous people using it. I had studied NLP and observed its exploitative power. I kindly refused her offer to attend. My friend and her partner went along. At the free seminar, they both signed up for two, five-day seminars at the cost of $20,000. These seminars were supposed to show them how to become rich. Some years later, my friend and her partner filed for bankruptcy.

Whatever they learned at these expensive seminars did not help them fulfil their dreams. While they tried to apply their newfound knowledge, they lacked one essential ingredient—self-knowledge. As time progressed, I observed a lot of wishful thinking by my friend and her partner—the same trap evident right at the beginning when they were invited to the free seminar.

By trusting in this free gift, they opened themselves to deception. But really, they deceived themselves. They didn’t have enough knowledge to be discerning. While you might see their trust as a mistake, I do not. Bankruptcy is painful, while also presenting a perfect opportunity to learn. They stood on the threshold of gaining a deeper understanding of themselves, their motivations and actions.

Trusting and receiving are not mistakes. Opportunities are gifts from the universe.

During the regressions which I am privileged to conduct, spiritual guides give us their wisdom. They tell us there is a short cut to spiritual development that very few people are taking at this point in time.

In one regression, the client was told by the guide, “I gave you this shortcut many lifetimes ago, but you still haven’t taken it.”

The client and I both wanted to know more details about this short cut.

“Trust,” the guide replied.

At that time, the guide’s words didn’t seem to make sense. In her past lives and current life, this client had trusted, received what was offered, and had been terribly betrayed. Those betrayals had caused her great grief, and even death. Why would she want to trust?

The guides left it to us to figure it out. In the meantime, similar messages kept coming from other guides.

Gradually, I gained a deeper understanding what they meant. When we trust without discernment, we will be disappointed, but this is the fastest way to learn. Over time, we learn what not to do and who not to trust. Even though it is painful to be let down, through trusting we continually refine our ability to make better decisions.

Think about it! How do we learn if we stop trusting and say ‘no’ to new opportunities? We cannot learn without taking risks, without opening up to accept new challenges. The courageous learn quickly while the fearful develop slowly. That is fine. It is their choice. But some of us want to progress more efficiently.

Trust is the opposite of fear. It takes courage to trust even when there is fear.

Gradually I have learned an important principle. Take action motivated by desire, not fear. In other words, don’t let fear distract you from what you truly desire.

Recently, I was guiding a young friend on how to consolidate and pay off her many debts. Suddenly, she realised how much money she would be applying to debt in the next year or so. “Oh! I’m not going to have much money to spend. I love buying things. I like the freedom of having money.”

“What do you really want?” I asked. “Do you want the freedom to spend like you have in the past, or do you want your life in control? This is your choice.”

She sat quietly for several minutes, mentally comparing these two ways of living, which are mutually incompatible.

“I want my life in control,” she stated with considerable conviction.

My young friend was giving herself a gift. She had not been able to trust herself in the past. She didn’t have the wisdom. Her careless spending propelled her into financial trouble, and she didn’t feel good about it. But she was willing to look at her previous behaviour and motivations. Once she understood what she’d been doing and why, she committed to change. She is taking actions that will give her what she really wants.

She’d been naïve. In spite of her careless spending, she trusted that all would be well. It wasn’t, not in the short term anyway. But ultimately, her trust and her debts are a gift. She is learning to spend money wisely.

Trust is our short-cut spiritual path. By trusting, we are developing the greatest wealth anyone can have: Wisdom.

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