Regression has helped people shift to a reality of health and well-being. Past life regression therapist Mira Kelly joined host Lisa Garr (email) in the first half of the program for a discussion on how to connect with the higher self to receive guidance. Kelly described a powerful regression experience she had at age 13. "My experience was so profound, so emotional, so deeply personal that for me there was never a question from the get-go that this is not a real experience," she explained. Kelly recalled another regression experience in which she connected with her past life as a male slave and receive healing for the chronic jaw pain she endured in her current life.
"When people connect with their past lives they always connect with something that is so relevant for them... something that's so deeply healing in that moment," she continued. Kelly admitted the difficulty in proving definitively that past lives are real. In the end the results are the only thing that matter. She outlined the simple process of calming the mind and body in order to connect with past life information. Regression not only addresses present challenges, it can also open one to the divine and be a tool for direct experience of all that is, Kelly revealed. She also spoke about guiding motivational speaker Dr. Wayne Dyer through a past life regression.
Next, MIT-trained engineer Brent Phillips shared the story of how his immobilized arm miraculously healed after a single session of energy healing, and how he then spent years studying with various master healers and spiritual teachers to discover and reverse-engineer the scientific laws and principles behind such miracles. According to Phillips, we create our own reality though it does not appear that way since it is an unconscious process. Numerous dimensions exist but we are stuck in Flatland, he added. Phillips spoke about his process to identify and release subconscious blockages in order to access the healing power of higher dimensional energy. "The subconscious mind is the human's interface to the higher dimensions of reality," he said, noting how a person's internal software will sometimes need adjusting to bring about the desired changes.