The Implications of the Soul
The Implications of the Soul is a Free, short ebook which will radically change your worldview and help you experience life–and yourself–as a Soul.
Identifying with the Soul is a key–and almost universally forgotten–step in any spiritual seeker’s quest for enlightenment. Skipping this step will almost guarantee failure.
Shifting your identity from Person to Soul then Radiance and Pure Awareness (Enlightenment) is much easier than it is to shift directly from Person straight to Pure Awareness.
Free Past Life Recall Download
Mentioned in The Implications of the Soul is a technique I use to recall past lives and has been quite successful for others.
Below you will find two versions of this Free Past Life Recall Audio Session. Please select whichever one works on your system. If in doubt, try the MPEG-4 first as it is the smaller sized file (though of equal quality).
(If you have problems, try this: RIGHT-Click on one of the links above, then do a SAVE AS to save the file to your hard drive. Then double click on that file. Select QuickTime, iTunes, or Windows Media Player to listen to it.)
Bonus Breathwork Track “Breathe”
You can enhance your Past Life Recall session greatly by first listening to the following “breathwork-only” track just prior to listening to the Past Life Recall track. Simply listen and breath in sync with the recording for the entire track, then continue breathing this way throughout the entire Past Life Recall track.
How To Use These Recordings…
You will need at least 15 minutes (25 minutes when using the Breathe track) where you can lie down and not be disturbed. Headphones are not required but highly recommended.
Please don’t expect to recall a past life on the first session or two. You will probably be too focused on getting your breathing right to properly focus on the guided meditation part.
This is a very simple session which covers three moments from a past life: A typical day, an important event, and your death. If you do not wish to recall your death (in that past life of course), you may simply stop the recording when offered the opportunity.
The session does not cover a lot of details: your age, the year, what country you live in, etc., but these may very well reveal themselves to you – possibly hours or even days after the session. This often happens with me as I am journaling my experiences.
If the events seem overwhelming, don’t worry. They are only memories of a past from long ago. The more lives you recall, the less powerful the emotional impact becomes. The first few lives may feel more “jarring” though, until you get used to detaching yourself from the experience.
Once prompted, you will need to start breathing in a fairly rapid, and shallow manner. This is similar to Holotropic and Rebirthing breathing techniques. Time you breathing to coincide with my breathing on the recording. You should breathe in and out through your mouth only with a quick inhalation followed by an unforced exhalation (by relaxing your diaphragm). Your mouth should be open and relaxed. Simply pull the breath in, then release it in sync with my breathing. After a few minutes you will naturally find the “depth” of breath that allows you to continue breathing properly throughout the entire session.
It is important that you breathe like this through the entire breathwork session.
To enhance your experience, use the optional Breathe track first, immediately followed by the Past Life Recall track. The Breathe track is simply ten minutes of breathing using the above technique.
- Listen to the tracks when you go to bed at night – or first thing in the morning. You will be much more relaxed.
- For a more powerful session, listen to the Breathe track first. Continue breathing straight into the Past Life Recall Track.
- Immediately after the session, journal your experience with a short paragraph for each of these phases of that life: TYPICAL DAY, IMPORTANT EVENT, DEATH.
- The more often you listen to the track(s), the clearer your past life memories will become. This is because you get better at both the breath technique and the ability to focus your mind on the session.
How do you distinguish between a Past Life Memory and Imagination?
Just like regular memories, past life memories are filled with details and unusual but understandable events. Examples: I awoke on a table (as a servant boy). My two daughters, one son and a girl I considered a daughter were there. I was making a wicker basket. I was wearing a sheer, black veil. I had a mole on my right cheek. Imagination is much more vague: I was a soldier versus I was a foot soldier in the Roman army, there was some dirt and blood in a crease on my breastplate. Often these details become apparent as you journal your session since the session itself is fairly short. With imagination or fantasy, you won’t experience the details.
Do I have to keep breathing exactly in-synch with the recording?
Yes and no. All through the Breathe track, you should synchronize you breathing with the recording. In the Past Life Recall track, just synchronize your breathing with the first section, after that, the breathing is played only as a reminder. Just try to keep breathing at about that rate and depth.
Do I have to lie down while listening?
It is best if you do, but not necessarily. Some people experience dry mouth to the point of distraction with the breath technique. If this is the case, then you should try it sitting up and take a sip of water as needed during the session.
I’m noticing a pattern to my past lives. What is that about?
Very often during the IMPORTANT recollection phase of the recording, you will see patterns – ie: I (Wayne) often have abandoned a loved one or been abandoned by a loved one. Recurring events are imporant lessons which you probably haven’t learned yet and have been repeating over and over. I tell people NOT to focus on their past lives, but to focus on what it means to have future lives (see The Implications of the Soul), but in the case of repeated patterns, I do suggest you look closely at these lessons lest you be doomed to keep repeating them.
Please help me get published
For my next book, I'll be submitting to traditional publishers. Unfortunately, in a publisher's eyes, the author's platform (number of readers/followers) is just as important as the manuscript itself. You can help in my endeavor to find a publisher by simply using one of the share buttons below to add this blog post to your favorite social networking page and thus sharing it with your friends ("Likes" really don't help that much). I sincerely appreciate your show of support. Thank-you. ---Wayne