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Reincarnation and Regression-weekend (reality hypnosis books reincarnation life)
Reincarnation and Regression-weekend
20 & 21 March 2004 in Radhadesh Chateau de Petite Somme
Workshop - llustrations - Groups regression
Reincarnation : real and personal
If you wonder about the reality of past lives, this workshop will show
you how real and personal reincarnation can be.
Carol Bowman, an expert on children’s past life memories, and the
author of Children’s Past Lives and Return from Heaven, will share
true stories of very young children who remember their previous lives
and deaths spontaneously, without prompting or hypnosis.
She will also describe empirical scientific research that proves the
reality of children’s memories, which is the best evidence yet for
Carol will also share cases of reincarnation within the same family,
which is a surprisingly common phenomenon.
Through lecture, sharing with others, and a group past life
regression, you will have the opportunity to recall your own past
lives. These insights will help you understand how past lives can
influence your present personality and purpose.
All sessions will be in English. Please book as soon as possible.
tel/fax : +32 86/38 71 31, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Participation-costs: there are three possibilities to take part in
this week-end :
A) 95 euro: You participate in the sessions; you spent the night in
the Radhadesh-guesthouse in shared rooms (3 to 5 persons), you take
meals in Radhadesh.
B) 85 euro: You participate in the sessions, you spend the night in
the dormitory of the Radhadesh guesthouse, and you take the meals in
C) 75 euro: You participate in the sessions, you do not spend the
night in Radhadesh (but for example in hotels near Radhadesh), and you
take meals in Radhadesh.
Registering will take place at the reception of the Radhadesh
guesthouse, before the start of the program on Saturday morning. The
reincarnation weekend officially starts on Saturday morning 20 March
at 11h00 in the new conference room in Radhadesh. There are three
sessions: Saturday morning 11h00 - 13h00, Saturday afternoon 15h30 -
18h30 and Sunday morning 10h00 - 13h00. The weekend will be closed
with - The Sunday Love Feast - vegetarian meal. It is also possible to
spend the night on Friday in the Radhadesh guesthouse.
For more info and reservations :
Radhadesh Guesthouse asbl
Château de Petite Somme
6940 Durbuy - Belgium
Tel/fax: +32-86-38 71 31
e-mail : email@example.com
Carol Bowman is a researcher, writer, lecturer, and practicing past
life regressionist. She has been recognized as the world’s leading
spokesperson in the field of children’s past lives since the
publication of her two books, Children’s Past Lives (Bantam Books,
1997) and Return from Heaven (Harper Collins, 2001).
Her research of children’s past life memories began in 1988 when her
own young children, who were then 5 and 8 years old, had vivid recall
of past lives that resulted in the elimination of phobias and, in the
case of her son; a persistent eczema he had had on his wrist since he
was a baby.
Carol’s first big break came in 1994 when the mothers and the children
she was writing about were featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Carol
has appeared extensively on national TV and syndicated radio, she has
been featured in newspapers and magazines; and cited in new books on
Her national TV appearances; in addition to the Oprah Winfrey Show,
include; Good Morning America; Unsolved Mysteries and Sightings, along
with multiple do***entaries on A&E, Discovery and for the BBC.
Her second book, Return from Heaven; is the first to explore the
phenomenon of reincarnation in the same family Its stories and cases
shows that reincarnation is a practical reality, and call attention to
how common same family reincarnation is.
Carol graduated from Simmons College in Boston in 1972, and has an
M.S. from Villanova University. She lives with her husband, Steve,
near Philadelphia. Her two children, Sarah and Chase are now in
Please read more about Carol Bowman on her websites:
As the embodied soul continually passes, in this body, from boyhood to
youth to old age, the soul passes into another body at death. A sober
person is not bewildered by such a change.
(Bhagavad-gita, chapter 2, text 13)
more info at : http://www.radhadesh.com/index.php?id=288