Subject: Unlocking Mystery of the Past life Astrology Part 1: Understanding Past life karma via past life regression therapy
Table of Contents
- 1 Subject: Unlocking Mystery of the Past life Astrology Part 1: Understanding Past life karma via past life regression therapy
- 2 Spirituality and Karama Theory
- 3 What is Past-Life-Regression or Prati Prasav Sadhana
- 4 What is Reincarnation??
- 5 Understanding Past Birth Life Astrologically
- 6 Native Early Life ( Period from 2002 to 2008 )
- 7 The Destiny Point: The Point when Prarbadha Karama Triggered
- 8 Life after Marriage – Experience of Prarabhda Karma – The Reap Fruits
- 9 “ Till December 2008, the family life of both the couples suffered a lot and it was the day of February 2009 when the situation between them was like a hell and took a serious shape. Frustrated from all the mess, the native decided to leave his Spouse and will move further to join the Ship to end all the Suffering in the mid half”, as it was very hard for him to avoid such mental trauma of his married life.
- 10 Date of Event: Triggered Karma
- 11 The New Phase of Life: Beginning of Rahu Dasha in 2009
- 12 The beginning of Accumulated Karamas – The Sanchit Karama ( Good deeds- The Fruits of Life)
(Revised Edition | April 2017 )
Lord Sri Krishna said in ‘The Bhagavad Gita’,
” vasamsi jirnani yatha vihaya navani grhnati naro ‘paranitatha sarirani vihaya jirnany anyani samyati navani dehi “
” As a man, casting off worn-out garments takes new ones, so the dweller in the body, casting off worn-out bodies, enters into others that are new”. He has also said, “The misdeeds of our past lives torment us in the form of illnesses or ailments”.
This is a case study of one of my known friend who has gone through the trauma of past life karmic issues to resolve this native has went through PLR in order to overcome the trauma and understand a deep connection with a past life.
Explanation Given By Yogananda in the above Verse :
” During our daily lives, we change our old and/or dirty clothes and put on new and/or clean clothes whenever the need arises. Similarly, the soul or atman casts off its worn-out physical body and takes residence in a newer physical body at regular intervals in time. Just like the clothes that we wear do not represent the real state of our physical body, the state of our physical body (which deteriorates over time and is hence impermanent) does not represent the truly unchangeable and permanent nature of the soul that resides within it. The eternal does not move from place to place but the embodied soul moves from one abode to another. It takes birth each time and gathers to itself a mind, life, and body formed out of the materials of nature according to its past evolution and its needs for the future. The psychic being is the vijnana which supports the triple manifestation of body, life, and mind. When the gross physical body falls away, the vital and mental sheaths still remain as the vehicle of the soul. Rebirth is the law of nature. There is an objective connection between the various forms of life. “Like corn, a mortal ripens, and like corn is he born again”.
This verse refers to the doctrine of reincarnation in Hinduism. Death is described here as the simple discarding of a worn-out garment for a new one. When the body becomes diseased and old, the ever-lasting soul forsakes it for a new disguise. Death is but a change of attire in an uninterrupted continuity of immortality.
(The Bhagavad Gita Vol I, Parmahansa Yoganada, p. 218)
Another Verse also explains about Soul strength, Death, and Reincarnation,
नैनं छिन्दन्ति शस्त्राणि नैनं दहति पावकः। न चैनं क्लेदयन्त्यापो न शोषयति मारुतः।।
The so-described atman cannot be harmed by weapons – and since it is formless and shapeless – it cannot be cut into pieces by any instrument. In the same way, fire cannot burn or destroy it. Water cannot wet it because water can only act on elements that have a physical description or dimension. For the same reason, wind cannot dry it or exert any force on it. Thus the atman is beyond the influence of all the three primary forces (fire, water, and wind) which can affect entities having physical form and description.
अच्छेद्योऽयमदाह्योऽयमक्लेद्योऽशोष्य ऐव च। नित्यः सर्वगतः स्थाणुरचलोऽयं सनातनः।।
The atman cannot be cut, burnt, suffer any decay, or be dried out. The five forces of nature which are capable of destroying physical elements by their combined actions have no influence on the aatman. That is why it is referred to as nitya or permanent or unchangeable. This permanence gives it the powers of omnipresence, omniscience, and stability. It is this stability that gives it the quality of immovability and the aatman is called Sanatana (Hinduism is also referred to as Sanatana dharma). Sanatana literally means – that which is not created or destroyed – it belongs to time immemorial.
तस्मादेवं विदित्वैनं नानुशोचितुमहर्सि।।
The atman cannot be known or understood by purely using the brain and its mental powers. Hence it is known as ‘avyakta’ or indescribable – that which defies description. It cannot be known purely by meditating or thinking upon it (’chintan’) – hence it is known as ‘achintya’. Only those entities that can be perceived by our five senses can be understood by ‘chintan’.
जातस्य हि ध्रुवो मृत्युर्ध्रुवं जन्म मृतस्य च। तस्मादपरिहार्येऽर्थे न त्वं शोचितुमहर्सि।। Shaloka 27, chapter 2 Explanation:
For one who has taken birth, death is certain and for one who has died, birth is certain. Therefore in an inevitable situation, understanding should prevail.
In this last verse, the cycle of life is clearly revealed. From birth comes death and from death comes birth. Just like in the spring new buds grow which blossom into flowers and leaves in summer and in autumn change to red, yellow, and orange in fall, and blow away and become dormant in winter to begin the process all over again in the following year. In a similar way the soul enters new bodies for its seasons of infancy, youth, maturity, and old age and at the end of its cycle of life is born again accepting a new body for another season. This is an inevitable process in material existence and is the automatic process that governs birth and death. All beings existing in the material manifestation completely follow this reality.
Spirituality and Karama Theory
What is Past-Life-Regression or Prati Prasav Sadhana
In his yoga sutras, Patanjali Maharishi called this process of past-life-regression as ‘Prati-Prasav’. It is the process of reabsorbing back to the cause. This means bringing the effect back to the cause or the process of involution. When a child is born it is Prasav. Prati-Prasav means you are born again in the memory; you go back to the very birth, the trauma when you were born, and you live it again.
" Prati means “again” and Prasav means “birth” meaning “re-birth” which is a very ancient practice focusing on accessing the deep hidden negative memories of the past and previous lifetimes. These memories remain hidden deep in the subconscious mind though ‘forgotten’ by the conscious mind that are the root causes of our negative reactions, habits, and actions that cause more karmic, thus falling into the endless loop of cause and effect.
In Prati Prasav sadhana all these deep-rooted emotions and psychic impressions are accessed and surfaced to be released and healed. Our present is nothing but the reflection of what we did in the past.
Benefits of Past Life Regression include the following:
What is Reincarnation??
Reincarnation is the doctrine that says that we evolve spiritually by living a number of lifetimes which is necessary for achieving perfection. The soul never dies and is immortal through our physical body dies. The soul has experienced many lifetimes. When we are born our soul brings with it all the knowledge, wisdom, and karma of previous lifetimes. The qualities that we express are a result of the long lineage of previous lifetimes. The memories of previous lifetimes are stored at the soul level and can’t be recalled at the conscious level. The easiest way to discover and experience a past life is to undergo a Past life regression session.
Understanding Past Birth Life Astrologically
Case Study: Beginning of Situation and Problems: Deep Rooted Past Karmic Results of Native as Explained Astrologically:
let us start decoding it bit by bit as per the events and happenings native explained to me.
Native Early Life ( Period from 2002 to 2008 )
As per my calculation and analysis, Both partners can separate before the beginning of 2009 and they never gone united again in a family bond. Maybe after Feb 2009 native can join his sailor life again after leaving the Relationship in the mid half and the possibility would be so high that the native might never come back again to home to go further for the reunion in his marriage life.
At that time,Native admired all of my guidance and suggestions and assured me that, he will follow all my suggestions wholeheartedly; “I told him that he needs to try to avoid all such circumstances which can create a mess in his future married life”.
The Destiny Point: The Point when Prarbadha Karama Triggered
But Destiny is destiny– Prarbadha Karama played its role in native life, with the advent of October month in the year 2008, a major clash between two couples triggered an issue spread-ed like a fierce snake and even it took shape of Physical violence and verbal abuses between the couples. The whole family went through trauma because of the ongoing physical violence and abuse happening between the couples it was like a daily routine for both of them, and there was no hope seen between them, which might be when it could stop. There was no way to stop the clashes, both verbal as well as physical. There was no single day went on when peace was established in the family.
Life after Marriage – Experience of Prarabhda Karma – The Reap Fruits
“ Till December 2008, the family life of both the couples suffered a lot and it was the day of February 2009 when the situation between them was like a hell and took a serious shape. Frustrated from all the mess, the native decided to leave his Spouse and will move further to join the Ship to end all the Suffering in the mid half”, as it was very hard for him to avoid such mental trauma of his married life.
Date of Event: Triggered Karma
The New Phase of Life: Beginning of Rahu Dasha in 2009
The beginning of Accumulated Karamas – The Sanchit Karama ( Good deeds- The Fruits of Life)
My answer from the beginning was the same, there was no change in it, it’s all because of the Prarabdha Karama of the past lifethat one has to suffer either in this birth or maybe in the next birth. One has to exhaust his karma in any case. Besides this also suggested natives to go through the process of Past life Regression therapy with expert spiritual masters who are doing their work genuinely in their profession. As suggested, Native went through a past life regression therapy process with an expert master in New Delhi.
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