It is more common to go through the death process in the lifetimes revealed, sometime the exact moment is experienced and sometimes it is glossed over. This week included one where a Native South American was killed by Spaniards after being forced to watch his tribesmen slain first. He was very noble and died an honorable death. He had no regrets. I must say this has not happened often during a session, many times there is regret and loneliness expressed during the death process. As part of the regression we discuss these events and the significance to the person and how they play apart in their current life.
I must admit I find it fascinating, there is so much similarity in the theme of life and so much difference, too. It doesn't matter what era or culture similarities prevail however the differences are in the details and what choices were made along the way.
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