I am an explorer at heart. I wanted to be an archaeologist as a child, being fascinated with anything Egyptian or Roman and would spend hours in-front of the TV watching old movies of these topics. Star Trek and the Twilight Zone took me to a different realm of interest. All things mysterious and inexplicable fascinated me. Well, archaeology did not happen for my career and I did not learn to fly the Enterprise in this life but I have taken to exploring places and of late "Me". I was drawn to books on Past-lives and the other side. It was only time before I began exploring my own past lives for answers. In this blog I will publish some past life exploration.
It is amazing how pertinent things in he exploration are to current events in my life, the role I play in this reality and the circumstances I meet from a different perspective. It was not till I started transcribing my taped session from several months back that I had several "aha" moments. This is one excerpt from a past life regression as a caveman.
And have a look at
what your wearing. What are you wearing?
Do you have some
Leather skin animal skin
think I am a caveman
Are you male or
And how old do you
feel you are?
Older male um 30
What are you doing
Hunting. Are you alone
or are there others with you?
I have a party. A party of men
As this man wearing
animal skins, what do you feel about yourself this time? How do you feel
hunting with the party?
Free. I feel part of my surroundings, all is one. I
feel instinct, I feel powerful, I feel expansion. I am very frontal lobe. My
frontal lobes pound
And you’re feeling
content with the life that your leading?
Good, now what are
you hunting for? Go forward and see what your hunting and looking for?
elephant size, yeah. I have a long wooden spear … with a stone head.
Go forward in the
hunt and tell me do you catch something on this expedition?
What do you catch?
Mammoth. And how many
men in your hunting party are with you?
Ah. I feel eight. Eight of us
And is there anything
you like to tell us about capturing and hunting that mammoth? What do you hunt
Food. And can you see
how you kill it, manage to cut it up and take it back? Is your home far away?
Do you have to travel far?
No, we live above the valley. We go down into
the valley to hunt
Now take yourself
back to you family or back to your tribe with your prize your catch and tell me
when you are back at home.
And who do you see
there? Do you have someone from your family? Do you have family.
Do you have any
Maybe 2 or 3
And who else lives with
you? Do you live in a cave? You said you were a caveman
Who else lives in the
cave. Is it the whole tribe or part?
No just my family
Just your family.
Tell me about your wife?
She makes the fire
And what’s your
relationship like with your wife. How do you feel towards your wife?
my wife. She makes the fire
So, she is there to
help do the work in the cave...the housework for you. Do you recognise anybody
from this life – your wife or your children or the other tribal members that
live with you or nearby?
Not my wife, not my children
Now I want you to go
forward in time to the next significant part of your life as this proud and
free caveman Just go forward in time to when you’re a little bit older or the
next significant time in your life.
Hunting mammoth again
And who are you with?
There’s some men behind me.
And what’s happening
during this hunt?
I get gored by the mammoth
And where does it
In my stomach
So, tell me what you
can see now that you have been gored by the mammoth, what’s happening?
look in his eyes. I am backed to a tree and then the other men, chaos around me.
I am their leader and their leader is gored, and they are panicking. They are
throwing spears at the mammoth. I am already gored. Its horn, its tusks are
Have they got you off
the mammoth tusks?
No, he is still there. He’s angry and they are throwing
spears. They can’t save me.
And how do you feel
at this time now that you are fatally gored?
It was a good fight, and he
won. This time. It’s the balance of life.
You know this is the
last day of your life now that you have been fatally gored. How do you feel
about knowing that your going to pass to the other side? It’s your last day.
This has happened. How do you feel, knowing you’ve been fatally gored?
know… it’s OK. Things live and things die. It’s the see saw. Up and down up and
down and we’re all connected so it’s OK. He took my … he took my power, my
strength ‘cause he won, but when I killed, I took the mammoth’s power and
strength so it’s a cycle
Yes. Do you have any
thoughts about your family, your home?
Ah! she will have a mate, someone in
the tribe will take my place, my wife. My children will have to be tough. He
may not want the children but they are my children and they are tough
Now you have passed
and you are at peace. You are no longer in pain from being gored, you are at
peace. Tell me when you are gone and feeling peaceful.
I’m peaceful now
Now he is you and we
are going to ask him -that caveman, ask him back and find out what message he
can tell you. What did he learn from that life as a caveman?
What you take, you return. It does not matter, it’s all the same.
To lead, I learnt to protect my family, I learnt to provide for my family, I
learnt to make weapons and I learnt to use them and I learnt to lead my men. And
I learnt to not fear at all because here is not real, because we are all one.
Is there anything
else? Does he have a message for you, for Donna this time in your life?
forward, face the mammoth. Don’t worry about the wound cause it’s not real it’s
just energy transfer. It’s part of the cycle
true to yourself and live the life you want to live. It’s about you, being who
The funny thing with this part of the session is, I felt like I was the caveman. I did not understand all the need for questions and talking.
My answers were "Obvious" to me. It did not need to be said. It was just known. Some of the questions did not make sense. What did it mean "feel about my wife? That did not even come into it. We had roles, we survived. I was very much in the present moment of life, not looking forward or looking back but being "here". My instincts were heightened and the energy coming from my frontal lobe was immense. I felt so powerful and connected to my environment. The interviewer asked many questions that I did not answer but I had flashes of visions about the hunt and post the hunt. I could not understand carrying a large mammoth carcass back to camp. I saw a vision of us gutting the animal on the spot and raising it up by our spears in a tee-pee fashion. The meat would be cut away from inside to preserve the skin and dried this way. We would not take all the meat away, only what we needed but leave the rest for other predators and scavengers. The hunt not only served a practice to get food but was also a deeply spiritual practice of taking on the power of the animal, like an exchange of energy. This was an amazing experience