Donna Turner
visionary - coach - practitioner

Future Life Progression & Past Life Regression

 Future Life Progression (FLP) is a technique that aims to help individuals get a glimpse of their future by using guided imagery and visualization exercises. The practice involves a process of relaxation, guided meditation, and visualization that helps individuals access information about their future life events.

FLP is based on the principle that we all have the ability to access information about our future through our intuition and subconscious mind. It is believed that by tapping into this information, we can gain insights into our future, make better decisions, and ultimately create a more fulfilling life.
The process of FLP typically involves a practitioner guiding the individual into a deep state of relaxation through techniques such as breathing exercises and progressive muscle relaxation. Once the individual is in a relaxed state, the practitioner will guide them through a series of visualization exercises, allowing them to access information about their future.
During the visualization exercises, the individual may experience images, sensations, or feelings related to their future, such as meeting a partner, changing careers, or moving to a new location. The practitioner may also ask the individual to explore different potential paths and outcomes, allowing them to gain a broader perspective on their future.
FLP is often used as a tool for personal growth and self-discovery. By gaining insights into their future, individuals can gain a better understanding of their goals and priorities, and make more informed decisions about their life. FLP can also be used to overcome fears and limiting beliefs, by allowing individuals to explore potential future scenarios and develop strategies for coping with challenging situations.
It is important to note that FLP is not a prediction tool, and does not guarantee specific future outcomes. Rather, it is a tool for gaining insight and clarity about one's future, and using this information to create a more fulfilling and satisfying life. FLP is also not a substitute for professional advice or therapy, and should be used in conjunction with other forms of self-care and personal development.

Past life regression is a technique used in hypnotherapy to explore one's past lives or reincarnations. It is based on the belief that individuals have had previous lives that may have an impact on their current life. Past life regression aims to help individuals gain insight into their current issues, resolve past traumas, and improve their present life.
During a past life regression session, the client is first guided into a state of deep relaxation through various relaxation techniques. Once the client is in a relaxed state, the therapist may ask them to visualize themselves in a specific scenario or environment. The therapist may then guide the client to explore their memories, feelings, and sensations associated with the scenario.
The client may then begin to recall past life memories, which can be experienced as vivid images, feelings, or sensations. These memories may be from a different time period, culture, or location than the client's current life. The therapist may then ask the client to describe what they are experiencing and explore the memories further.
Past life regression can be used to explore a variety of issues, such as phobias, relationship patterns, physical or emotional pain, and other unresolved issues. It is believed that by understanding and resolving past life issues, an individual can gain insight into their current life challenges and make positive changes.
It is important to note that past life regression is a controversial technique, and its effectiveness has not been scientifically proven. Skeptics argue that the memories recalled during past life regression may be the result of suggestion or imagination rather than actual past life experiences.
 It is not recommended for individuals with certain mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia or dissociative disorders. It is also important to approach past life regression with an open mind and to understand that the memories recalled may or may not be accurate or verifiable.