Past Life Regression can help reduce stress

Wouldn’t you feel less stressed if you knew everything would be all right?
Perhaps you’ve heard the saying, “Everything will be all right in the end. If it’s not all right, then it’s not the end.”This little tidbit of wisdom is intended to remind us that things have a way of working out, that what we are upset or worried about is not the end, and really, that this whole experience is about learning to be all right, even if we perceive that certain things in our lives are not.
Sounds like a great idea, right? But how do we achieve that?  With all the stress that we seem to accumulate in our modern existence, how do we de-stress and remember not to worry, and let things work out as they will?
Remembering is a key factor here, but not just remembering to breath and calm down, or remember that there are so many things out of our control, but also to remember who you truly are.  
This is where Transpersonal Hypnotherapy helps us. This modality is about extending beyond or transcending the personal.  Or the self.  It’s about looking at things outside of yourself and the image of who you think you are and remembering the greater connection and Divine Self, with all the different facets that entails.   
With time honored protocols to facilitate Past Life Regressions and Life Between Life experiences, this modality gives us the opportunity to investigate beyond our present life experiences and to gain insight and knowledge about our deeper self, our soul, that part of us that is eternal.  It allows us to experience higher planes of existence and even communicate with other souls that may or may not be part of our daily experience.
It allows us to remember first hand that “Everything will be all right in the end.” Because once you experience and know the truth of that deeper part of you, you remember that stressing out over things does not serve your greater good.  Having an authentic experience of your true self, that part of you that the yogi in The Bhagavad Gita announced himself to be when he told Alexander the Great “I am eternal truth, awareness, bliss.  Your weapons can never harm me.  Fire cannot burn me.  Water cannot wet me. Wind cannot blow me.  I am the immortal Atma.”
Now if that kind of knowledge doesn’t help you to create a more peaceful life, then I don’t know what might.