Past Life Healing: What Can It Do for Your Present?

What can past life healing do for your present? Let’s assume that your current life is a snap shot in an infinite album and every picture a lifetime in which you lived, learnt and loved. Then it would stand to reason that Déjà vu isn’t just a trick of the mind; that unexplainable irrational fears have very rational origins; and that the people close to you have most likely stood with you in more than one of those pictures.

Some people will say – hey, there is only one life and then we go to heaven or hell; but most religions of this world would agree that re-incarnation is part and parcel of the human experience. Even the Dalai Lama is notorious for remembering his past lives. As a child he recalled specific items which were his and places where he hid them in a previous life. Not all of us have such amazing recall, but a part of us still remembers and this effects how we interact and learn in this life.

Past life healing gives you the opportunity to re-live certain times in you past lives, perhaps certain critical moments that define who you are today and see what happened. In many cases it’s like when Detectives go back to the scene of the crime to obtain evidence or shed new light on a case. Perhaps you will see things, hear things or feel things which will finally allow you some closure or relief.

The Ancient Egyptians believed that the mental, physical and spiritual process and negative patterns affected the nine spiritual bodies. Buddhists, Hindus and Vedic studiers concur that negative thought patterns and vibrations can affect the chakras or energy centres in the body or Aura. The physical plane is only one part of the universe, so when we die only a part of us ceases to exist. Scientists all over the world will tell you that energy can not be destroyed, merely changed from one form to another. For example, ice is changed to water, or water to steam. So to, you have travelled through millions of years and places changing form, but your essence is the same.

It follows that if you can take your positive aspects such as your innate appreciation of art, love of animals and characteristics that have formed your current choice of career and life, that the negative facets which energetically affected you, also forms some part of your present day experience. Some say that even though each life is a clean slate it is your, or the Creators choice for you to be allowed to remedy old hates and are given the opportunity to overcome fears. Life is all about experience and what better plan for you than to learn to conquer your fear of heights after a fall, or love the warmth of fire after perishing in one. Even better, is learning how to forgive past relationship partners who you meet lifetime after lifetime- drawn together by the need to work on unloving patterns. You can finally learn to stand up for yourself, get out of abusive relationships so you never have to feel that way again and discover why your father, sister or lover is such a force in your life that you feel you cant overcome.

Past life healing can do all this and more for you. Regressions and guided meditation can lead you into a state where you can explore these issues and lovingly resolve them. Brian Weiss, best selling author of ‘Many Lives, Many Masters’ is a world famous psychiatrist who uses a state of hypnosis to assist his patients in re-living and releasing old events. His patients and many others users of this method, awaken from their healing instilled with a feeling of confidence, no longer afraid of those old elements that haunted them. You too can enjoy the benefits of this healing method, so don’t hold back- there are an infinite number of experiences and lifetimes for you to tap into, learn from, and enjoy!

How to Improve Your Business Presentation Skills – Part1

Many moons ago, when I first started presenting in front of groups of people, I used to wonder with awe at those seasoned presenters who seemed to just ‘have the gift’ of being able to stand in front of an audience and effortlessly present their ‘message’ or ‘ideas’. To hear them talk, I’d swear they were natural born ‘presenters’. Well guess what….they weren’t. In fact, even the world’s top presenters all began their public speaking careers as rank amateurs. I then learnt that, along with most things in life, it’s all down to practice.

It’s amazing what practice produces – in all areas of your life and business. The very best presenters today once all started in the same place. That first presentation, reading from notes and being terrified to try presenting without notes (we’ve all been there). It’s all down to confidence.

In a nutshell, the idea is that for any skill – from such a simple thing as tying your shoelaces to presenting in front of a group – there are basically four levels:

1st Level – Unconscious Incompetence – you don’t know that you can’t do it!

2nd Level – Conscious Incompetence – you now know that you can’t do it!

3rd Level – Conscious Competence – You now feel ‘confident’ at doing it but you’re still thinking about it!

4th Level – Unconscious Competence – You are ‘highly confident’ – striving to continuously improve and become an expert in your field. Most of the basic actions you employ are now automatic.

We all begin new things as incompetents – that is, we ‘don’t know what we don’t know’. Recognising this incompetence, however, is the first step in the learning process. Feeling OK about it is the next. It is only when we are willing to demonstrate our ignorance – to ourselves and others (without fear of failure) that we can move through this stage to a level where we can perform a task with a certain amount of competence. Can you remember as a child trying to tie your shoelaces? Wasn’t it so complicated the first time? How many times do you even consider thinking about that now? It has become totally automatic has it not? This is the same with ANY new skill that we learn.

Imagine that it could take about 500 hours of practising a skill to become really competent at it. You might radically reduce or ‘fast track’ that time if you have the advantage of good feedback. One of the most rewarding areas I have experienced when working with businesses is the radical acceleration of the business growth by implementing tried and tested methods that are already proven, rather than the business owner going alone and trying to ‘re-invent the wheel’. Many people are happy with being what they consider as ‘competent’. If they see themselves as “ok”, they stop practising. Others would like to be ‘outstanding’ – to be widely known as an expert in their field. It may, however, take even longer to go from being competent at something to being a real expert in your field.

So why would you want to be more than ‘ok’ in the field of presenting? Here’s 3 reasons:

1. The satisfaction of doing something very well.

2. To be rewarded accordingly (both socially and financially). To stand out above the competition.

3. There are two crucial areas in any business. The first is being able to deliver your ‘product’ with outstanding consistency. The second is being able to sell yourself to your prospects. To achieve this will requires a honed and well practised presentation. You can have the best product in the world, however if you have a poor presentation you simply won’t sell it. At best you will have a low conversion rate from prospect to client.

The 5th level – Excel at what you do. It’s more than ‘Unconscious Competence’. More than ‘just practice’. It is a level that only the really determined will ever achieve. Add passion and perseverance in the face of all odds. It also allows you to ‘niche’ your business and your pricing accordingly.

So here’s a thought or two:

  • 1) When you present yourself and your business – consider THREE areas where you have reached level 2 i.e. you are currently ‘consciously incompetent’. List THREE things you could do to get you level 4 i.e. ‘unconsciously competent’ in all three areas.
  • 2) When you present yourself and your business – list THREE areas where you have reached level 4 i.e. you have become ‘unconsciously competent’. Now list THREE things you could do to further add passion and improvement…
  • 3) Then the important part! Do something today to ensure that you act on just one of your six new ideas…

Look out for Part 2 on ‘How to improve your business presentation Skills’

Negotiate Debt – When Should I Negotiate Myself and When Should I Hire a Professional?

It has become obvious that you will have to negotiate debt to reduce it and bring it down to manageable levels. It is only when you negotiate debt, will you overcome your financial problems without going in for bankruptcy.

However, this issue leads to an even bigger confusion-should you negotiate debt on your own or should you hire a professional service provider? You must understand that there is no absolute and universal answer to this question. On the other hand, a lot depends on the circumstances and the variable factors involved.

If you have been employed in the credit card industry in the past and if you know how the industry works, it is obvious that you should negotiate debt on your own. Since you can tackle the negative tactics often utilized by credit card issuers to overcome their financial issues, you can easily manage negotiations on your own.

Well, what if you are not involved in the credit card or unsecured lender industry? In such a scenario, you should ask yourself whether you are prepared to face the consequences of failure. On one hand, you will save 15% to 20% of the savings that you enjoy as you would not have to pay any fees to any professional expert.

On the other hand, if you fail, you might as well end up in bankruptcy. How do intend to proceed? If you have other hidden options up your sleeve and if you just want to negotiate debt because it is available in the market today, you might as well negotiate on your own.

However, if even a single failure is going to push you towards bankruptcy, it makes sense to employ professionals. Some of us are very good at finances. We love calculations and the permutations and combination that often involve debt and debt relief. If you are one such person, do not hesitate to negotiate debt on your own.

However, if you are person who hates numbers and prefers sticking to the solid world of facts, it is advisable to hire professional. You must keep in mind that debt relief networks help you find reputed and affordable professionals without a lot of effort.

Hence, the money factor should not be considered when you are searching for debt negotiation options. Rather, you should focus on the extent to which you will be required to expend skills, time and effort when taking the final decision.