Ron came to me requesting my help in overcoming his irrational and terrifying fear of his new boss. Ron requested I conduct a past life regression session. As we began the session Ron began to sweat and shake. He quickly went into an altered state and immediately reported that he was running, running fast and hard. He said he was a black escape slave from a plantation and was being chased by dogs, his owner, and a number of men. He knew that if he got caught that he would be hung on the spot. Ron described the area, the wail of the dogs’ barking, and his exhaustion as he ran. As I sat in a chair next to Ron I could hear his heavy breathing and smell the distinct odor of fear. Ron was shaking and sweating profusely. He could barely stay in the chair he was so afraid. I continually helped him see that this experience was only a memory and wasn’t really happening to him. He courageously continued knowing that he must in order to resolve his fear. Ron, the slave, continued to run and found himself in front of a brick wall, unable to climb it or run around it he was trapped. Soon the dogs and men caught up with him and immediately hung him. Ron lived through all of this including his death and passage into the astral world and peace. When done his sweating and shaking stopped and Ron lay peacefully in his chair. He said, “That man who was my owner when I was a slave was my new boss in this lifetime.” Ron returned to work the next day and called me. “Wendy, I have absolutely no fear of my boss. It’s gone!” By facing the reality of his past life Ron was able to have the perspective that he was now safe.
Wendy Hill is a San Diego Counselor and Hypnosis Therapist
Wendy Hill, M.A., Ph.D. candidate (2013), San Diego counselor and hypnosis therapist has been in private practice in psychotherapy and hypnotherapy in San Diego County and Encinitas for over thirty years. As a therapist and counselor Wendy specializes in transforming self-defeating core beliefs. Her therapy includes using hypnosis and counseling to treat anxiety, depression, addiction, childhood abuse, sexual abuse, relationships, self-confidence, and life challenges. Her website is www.wendyhill.com.