by Karen Frazier, Managing Editor
Paranormal Underground Magazine
Tonight, my good friend Melissa Watts and I will be on the Para-X radio program, Positively Psychic with Mark Christopher Nelson at 7 Pacific (10 Eastern). We’ll be talking mostly about Melissa’s field of expertise and one of my absolute passionate fascinations, past life regression hypnotherapy. Last year, Melissa and I collaborated on her book, Lessons of Many Lives, in which she shares what she has learned through her experiences with past life regression – both as a client and a therapist.
I first met Melissa a little over a year ago, and we’ve had a great partnership ever since. We actually met on a freelance bidding website. As soon as I saw her ad to write copy for her website, I knew that I would get the job. I did. The rest, as they say, is history. The website led to a book. The book led to other projects. And all of it led to a fantastic friendship that has become a major part of my life.
My fascination with reincarnation led me to seek out a past life regression hypnotherapy session about 18 months ago. Because I’d had that experience and written about it for the magazine, Melissa was able to see in our first contact that I would be able to communicate her thoughts and ideas clearly. It was virtually a straight path from there to here.
It seems like significant things in my life are often like that. A straight path of somewhat unusual and coincidental events that lead me from one stepping stone to the next until I arrive at the place where I am supposed to be. I’ve experienced it with a few relationships in my life – where the steps to get there were unusual, the coincidences were serendipitous, and ultimately the path to the person with whom I had a significant relationship was arrow straight. The outcomes of the relationships weren’t always what I would have wanted them to be, but what I walked away from those outcomes with was always perfect in some way – whether it was because I had a better understanding of myself, I’d learned valuable lessons or for some other reason.
It’s why I believe that the universe we live in is benevolent. Because no matter how much we stumble upon our path, there is always a little nugget in there for us if we choose to find it. I have never emerged from an experience without finding that tiny little glimmer of light – even if it is often buried under layers of dirt and grime. It’s in there – that gem. Just waiting to be polished so that it shines like gold.
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