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A Phobia Cured

I have had a lifetime horrific fear of spiders. Any kind of spider. Once, I saw one on the ceiling of my bedroom and spent the night in the living room. Another time, I woke up a roommate to kill one that was in the bathroom. And I was an adult when these things happened.

Many years ago, a friend of mine asked me to go with her to a lecture by a woman named Denise Linn. She was talking about reincarnation and was going to do a "group regression." Being a skeptic, I agreed to go just to support her, but I was laughing in my mind. Denise had a crystal bowl, and it made an incredible sound when she moved some kind of wand along the inside rim of the bowl.

I have no memory of what triggered this, but suddenly, in my mind's eye, I was a small boy in the desert. There was a man on a camel looking down at me sternly. I was his son. Suddenly, a big black spider crawled up my leg and bit me, and I died.

When I came to, everyone in the row of people in front and in back of me was asking if I was okay.
Apparently, I had been screaming. I laughed it off.

Six months later, I noticed that there was a spider in my kitchen. I casually scooped it up, put it in a container, and took it outside. Then I suddenly realized I had been doing this for many months. I stopped dead in my tracks and thought, "Wait, I am TERRIFIED of these things."

The change was dramatic. I have no explanation, though I do think about that experience with the regression. Could something have been resolved? I'll never know. What I do know is, although a spider may startle me if I don't expect to see one, I will always take it outside.


John's response:
This is one of the main benefits of a past life regression. Neuroses always have their root in some prior experience, but when that experience took place in a former life, the neurosis often makes no sense. Until we re-experience the triggering event by means of a regression. In many cases, that discovery solves the question as to the origin of the fear. And when we have a logical explanation, the fear may gradually diminish.

Posted Dec. 27, 2009