I was listening to a Coast to Coast just now and I just wanted to let you all know what my thoughts are on some of these things. People who research Regressive Hypnosis (which might regress to earlier in this life, the life between lives, or to a previous life) and people who research NDE’s (Near Death Experiences) seem to agree on a lot of things. These things that they agree on is also what resonates with me, and I suppose that’s why I’m so interested in these subjects.
This man that was on Coast to Coast, Rich Martini, spoke on many of the subjects that are so interesting to me. It’s difficult to do a scientific research study on the human consciousness because there is no physical proof to hold up and show people. Instead, we have to rely on what people observe, what they say, and how their experiences changed their lives.
What got me interested in this particular C2C (which aired on 5/23/13) was the guest, Rich Martini, who has researched regressive hypnosis in which the hypnotist also talked to the person’s higher self and/or that person’s spirit guide, similar to Dolores Cannon’s patients. By the way, there are a lot of articles here on AngelicView that discuss regressive hypnosis (Dolores Cannon’s method). You can find them by clicking in the category cloud in the lower right hand corner on “Dolores Cannon” and/or “QHHT” (approximately 20 articles). So I was interested to see what someone else (who does not appear to be affiliated with Dolores Cannon) says about it.
He agrees that regressive hypnosis has delivered the same or similar results across a multitude of people throughout the world. The questions answered in these sessions such as the meaning of life, what the afterlife is like, and other subjects makes me wonder why more people don’t pay attention to this kind of research.
One particular thing he comments on is that portion of people who have undergone regressive hypnosis who are/were atheists (people who don’t believe in a god or an afterlife) and how it changed their view of life and the afterlife. This finding is consistent with NDE research.
Specifically, I wanted to broach the subject of karma. What he says about the research findings dealing with karma is exactly the same as with research results from NDE’s and that is that karma has to do more with a feeling of balance that we place upon ourselves than “god” or someone else enforcing karma on us.
As an example, when we pass over to the other side we have a life review in which we not only see the bad and good things that we’ve done, but we even are placed into the other person’s shoes so-to-speak, and we feel the way they felt when we did that bad or good thing to them (or around them). If we feel that we have hurt someone then we feel very very bad about ourselves. But we are not required to make up for that bad karma in a physical life (or a physical life on Earth). We can grow our soul from the other side of the veil if we want to. It’s much slower soul growth to do it this way and that’s why a lot of people decide to reincarnate in 3D physical form to make the process faster and more complete. And this is the point on which I disagree with many other teachers out there.
We reincarnate on Earth or another physical planet to learn. We can learn things here (negative things, for example) that cannot be experienced on the other side of the veil. We can incarnate here just one time, if that’s what we choose to do. Many times, though, we choose to come back. We come back to learn more and expand our “education”. While we’re here, we might make someone’s life better that we hurt in a previous life.
Another thing he speaks just very briefly on is the fact that sometimes people will see on the other side of the veil people who are still incarnate on Earth. He doesn’t go into a long answer on this seeming predicament, but the answer to that question is that only a small portion of our entire being is sent to Earth to live in this body. The rest of our being still lives on the other side of the veil. This has been shown over and over again.
Regarding Dolores Cannon’s theory of having to incarnate as every other being before we can be a human, from my research things like rocks and trees and bugs can be experienced by a soul. Sometimes it may be for a full incarnation. However, most of the time it is just for a short time – until the soul gets bored of it. (Can you imagine living an entire incarnation in a rock? Puh-lease! A soul wouldn’t be able to stand it. They’d be begging Creator for something new to experience).
He also discusses the nature of time on the other side, ghosts, and soul groups, and suicide. On all these subjects I completely resonate with him and his ideas are in agreement with my own research.
Thank you for reading my thoughts. By the way, yesterday was my one year anniversary of this blog! 🙂
(The Coast to Coast am video has been taken down, so I am posting an alternate Rich Martini Video.)
Journalist and filmmaker Rich Martini shared revelations about the afterlife, as well as his extensive research uncovering the fate of Amelia Earhart. Known as the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1932, and for breaking various flying records, Earhart was a world famous figure when she disappeared during a flight in 1937 on her way to Howland Island, a tiny island in the Pacific. Through his interviews of various eyewitnesses, Martini concluded that Earhart and her co-pilot Fred Noonan safely landed on sand, but were captured and brought to the island of Saipan where they were imprisoned by the Japanese (who may have suspected they were spies). Just three weeks ago, Martini traveled to Saipan (now an unincorporated territory of the US), and said he filmed an interview with an 86-year-old woman, named Josephine Blanco Akiyama who reported seeing Earhart on the island in 1937. “I found at least 17 new eyewitnesses,” Martini added. He believes that Earhart was executed by Japan after the US shelled Saipan in 1942.
Martini has culled much of his information about the afterlife through hypnotic sessions, where sometimes spirit guides come through and proffer details. In one case, a spirit guide described the universe as a sentient mechanism, but that humans lack the physical capacity to comprehend God, though they can experience aspects of God by having an open heart. While the spirits of the deceased have moved into another realm, Martini noted they remain accessible for contact. Martini is the conference chairman of The Afterlife Convention being held in Santa Monica this September, a gathering that will explore the scientific evidence for life after death with various speakers.