Can you visit your own past lives?!

In the second half of my Past Life Series, I decided to interview my boyfriend, who has actually undergone his own past life regression.

He lived through many parts of his previous life as a fisherman, then nomad, then soldier in Italy around 1100 A.D. From the visuals he saw in his mind alone, we were able to recognize the exact piazza he lived near and we found out that he spent an entire lifetime around Venice.

He was able to heal physical pains he currently has when he saw how he got hurt as a soldier, and we talk about uncovering trauma, what you can learn from your past lives, how healing take place in a past life regression, and why everyone should undergo a regression!

Please let me know what you think below – would you ever try it?!

Published by Roshni

My name is Roshni. I am a Kenyan-born, American-raised, Indian woman. I studied education, psychology, and psychoanalysis in college and have been prioritizing healing in my recent years of post-grad life. I am passionate about breaking down mental health stigmas, especially in communities of color. My personal struggle with anxiety, depression, and panic disorder has led me to share my thoughts, experiences, and helpful exercises with you. I am here to share exercises for growth, insights into my own journey of mental health, and ways to stay productive and efficient without sacrificing your sanity - or your inner child! - Join me on this journey (Subscribing to Beti Grew Up, my YT channel & by following my Instagram @BetiGrewUp), - Share your story with me (by emailing me betigrewup@gmail.com) xoxo, Roshni

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