June 2014 By Dr. Vanitha Vaidialingam I came to the PLR workshop at the recently held Life Positive Expo in New Delhi, a sceptic and left a sceptic. But subsequent events left me wondering if there was something to PLR. I had tried PLR a few years ago with another psychiatrist. Though we spent more than one hour trying to get me into a state where I could travel back in time, we were absolutely unsuccessful. I came away from the session convinced that PLR was all hype, or I was a tough subject to hypnotise. I was not too keen to repeat the experience. However, when I heard about a PLR workshop being conducted under the aegis of Life Positive, I allowed my husband to persuade me to give it another try. I lay prone on the mattress provided by the organisers, and attempted to focus my attention on the voice of Dr. Jayin guiding us through the regression process. I walked through the dry lake as instructed and entered the mouth of the cave. She asked us to look for flashing numbers – I did not see any. but a year flashed into my head – 1876. We then reached the end of the imaginary cave and dropped down to the earth. I saw a big built man with red hair and beard walk out of a lake. He was dressed in a kilt made of an animal skin and innumerable amulets, bracelets and arm ornaments. There was a leather wrist band on both arms and he carried a bow and arrow. His hair was adorned with a Viking hat (it had two horns on either side) made of some kind of shiny metal. He wore leather sandals on his feet. He walked towards a hut and bent down to enter the doorway. There was a slim woman dressed in clothes made of animal skin cooking something. He called her Wilhelmina and hung up his bow and arrow. She called him Sean McCarthy. When we were asked to move forward and witness the time of our death in that lifetime, I saw the same man all alone in front of the hut sitting on a cot made with ropes. He was old and feeble. During this “vision” (I don’t know what to call it) I was conscious that Sean and Wilhelmina lived near the lake in a place far from civilisation and other people. I distinctly remember calling the lake a baunf. When Dr. Jayin asked us to visualise the map, I saw that the place was Scotland and the place was called Grange. After we had all opened our eyes, I was a little puzzled. What had I seen? I was certain that it was all some kind of wild imagination. It was certainly vivid, but there cannot be a place called Grange in Scotland and baunf is a word that does not make sense. Also the kind of dress that Sean McCarthy and his wife were wearing looked very primitive. No one could have dressed like that in 1876. When we were asked to share our experiences, I was unwilling to do so as I was absolutely sure that the experience could not be a “vision” of a past life of mine. I returned home and informed my husband that regression does not really work. Next day, while browsing the Net, I thought I would amuse myself by proving that the regression images were all rubbish. I typed in the words Scotland, Grange and baunf and waited with an amused smile to be proven right. I was in for a shock. Baunf was the name for lake in Scottish and there really was a place called Grange in Scotland! I still don’t know whether I had witnessed a past life or not. Did people in Grange, Scotland, dress in animal skin in 1876? Did they wear Viking hats and lots of amulets, anklets and wrist bands? That still does not seem possible to me. But the fact that such a place exists and the lake is called baunf is a very strange coincidence. I am now confused, unsure…. Maybe there is something after all in PLR! By Dr. Vanitha Vaidialingam, New Delhi
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