Having done past life regression one to one, read countless books and worked in more ways than I can remember with spirit I decided that some of the techniques can be rather long-winded and not so user-friendly and so I decided to try out mixed techniques and see what works for me. As I posted previously I have been working a lot via my dreams, re-entering dreams when stopped, actively continuing a dream to gain more insight and also recalling past lives through dreams. So, for a few months, I have been trying different ways from different sides and techniques to achieve this and this is the one I found that is working for me and it’s simple to do.
There is a recurring dream symbol (well more than one but this one really stands out) in my dreams and that is my old childhood house, mainly the bedroom. No matter what the dream is about you bet at some point in the dream I will end up there. Since both my past life regression and the soul retrieval I had done brought up the same little girl I think my subconscious is trying to retrieve past memories (and traumas since my childhood there was anything but pleasant) and bring them to the surface.
I am still working on this by the way as it’s an ongoing and fairly slow process (some nights I don’t get much and then I get it all at once and need to decode it). But I just wanted to share this with you as it is simple and, if it worked for me, it might work for you too :). It really is simple. Every night before sleep I focus on a particular question. A short meditation (you also could record this and play it on your phone or iPod if you wanted and if you can sleep with noise, I know I cannot) on a question you want answered.
The first week I borrowed the question from Robert Moss book “Dreaming the Soul back home” and that was: “Where is the rest of me”? intending for the dreams to show me what was left of myself that I needed to retrieve from the past. Needless to say for the whole week I dreamt about my old room. So I diligently wrote and interpreted the symbols.
The questions then evolved from there and from what dreams I was dreaming. I would suggest giving each question at least a week. Progress the questions as you get given (or see) mor information.
Some examples are:
_Where is the rest of me?
– What do i need to know that I am unaware of?
– What is my path?
_ What is my lesson?
– What does this dream mean to me?
As you go through symbols focus on the one you feel is relevant and ask, you will be amazed at what you will get. I have gone as far back as my childhood so far but not beyond. Yet. But my dreams have been amazingly clearer and to the point I have been asking.