When Nayantara (name changed) started learning to write, her father could not hold his surprise – he had seen this writing before, known the person behind the strokes, curves and edges of these alphabets, and had read texts in the same formation of words and sentences – it seemed so familiar, although he was reading it coming from his daughter for the first time. “I will take birth again and come back as your daughter, remember this always”, he suddenly had a memory flash of his grandmother telling him when he was just a young boy. He was told to “remember this always” but his grandmother made sure to consciously remind this to him at every opportunity she got.
When she died, unfortunately he was not around as he had moved to another city for his studies. In those days there we no cellphones or pagers and only a few financially well-to-do households could afford a landline phone. There was no way for him to get the immediate news of his grandmother’s death but, for how much she adored him, even that did not stop her from establishing a connection with her favourite grandchild. More or less around the same time she left her body, he had a dream – rather, an almost real experience – that his grandmother entered his room, sat next to him and said, “You did not come to see me but look, I am here. And I am here to tell you that I am leaving for now but only to come back, you know that. So till then look after yourself and be good.” To which he responded, “But why are you leaving now, so soon? Please sit for some more time!” and before he could get up and stop her, his so-called dream state broke and she was gone. At that moment he knew that something was not right, so he started for home as soon as he could only to find out that his doubts were correct. His loving grandmother had passed away nearly the same time he had that dream and the last word on her lips was, till her last breath, the name of her dear grandchild… his… which was not much appreciated by his envious relatives who were there looking after the old lady, taking care of her. But what does love know of such things? It is just the way it is… free from all the ideas of space and time.
Now, in the present times, as his daughter Nayantara grew older she started showing more similarities – of behaviour, choices and preferences, even physical characteristics – to her great grandmother, other than the match of handwriting which her father recognized the moment he saw it. For example, Nayantara’s great grandmother, her father’s grandmother, had her nose pierced on both sides. Nayantara has piercing impressions on both the sides of her nose, although her right side has never been pierced. Her great grandmother’s favourite food was spinach, and Nayantara can eat spinach for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week, 365 days a year… that is how much she loves to eat spinach. As she grew even older, Nayantara got into the habit of smoking and she says that it was very natural for her to smoke when she picked up her first cigarette, as if she had been smoking forever, it was as natural as breathing. Her great grandmother was a smoker almost all her life. Good thing Nayantara eventually gave up on smoking with Hypnotherapy. And she had never seen her grandfather, her father’s father, since he died much before her father was even married, but she still always misses him dearly and sometimes even cries wanting for him to come back, as if he was with her at some point in this life. Her great grandmother had 4 kids, out of whom she was most fond of Nayantara’s grandfather – her favourite grandchild’s father. Also, for Nayantara her father is the most important person in the whole world. She sometimes even dictates and dominates him like he was a small child. Looking at these similarities, she and her father wonder if her father’s grandmother has really come back as his daughter, like she used to say all the time… “I will take birth again and come back as your daughter, remember this always!”
Nayantara and her father are curious for sure and are ardent believers of past life Karmas, connections and relationships, but they are currently working on other issues and are pretty content for now in just having the awareness that their bond is much more and much beyond than what human mind can even fathom. But if you have such relationships and people in your life that you are certain have come back to you from some other life or lifetimes and you wish to know about it in detail, then Past Life Regression Therapy is for you. With Past Life Regression you can easily come to know where these deep and strong connections, that in your heart you just know are not limited to only this life and this body, are coming from. You could be lovers re-united, husband-wife, best friends, teacher-student, sisters-brothers, business partners, parent-child… if you feel it strongly and know it in your soul but are not really sure what the relationship was, get your answers with Past Life Regression Therapy.
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