Vincent Genna, MSW
Past Life Regression for Present Life Understanding
Aug 1, 2013
The soul memories of our past lives helped form the unique and wonderful beings we are in the present.
Vincent Genna, MSW, will begin by describing the important features of reincarnation and how previous lives may be working in your current life journey—for its good or to its detriment. For each incarnation, we choose gender, strengths, weaknesses, talents, preferences, and personalities to help us grow and evolve, or simply to experience ourselves differently. Our decisions are based in part on the experiences of previous lives, so understanding how reincarnation works may help us to understand ourselves that much more. It can explain our apparently mysterious interests and yearnings, and can shed light on our unreasonable fears and irritations. Sometimes, we bring with us to a new lifetime traits and memory experiences we don’t mean to.
Then, in the primary feature of the evening, he will lead a guided reverie and regression exercise designed to take you on your own journey to a previous lifetime—one that may hold an answer to a block you’re experiencing in this lifetime. While you’re in a hypnotic-like, highly relaxed state, Vincent guides you in what to envision, and your soul will take you to a life it wants you to see. Your ability to free your imagination will highly enhance your experience.
Vincent’s more than 38 years’ experience as a performer, metaphysician, and psychotherapist, along with his intuitive abilities, the wisdom gained from working with the dying, and his all-loving, compassionate approach make him a highly effective enlightened messenger, inspirational speaker, spiritual teacher, and healer. He has been interviewed on television and radio programs and in print, and has published articles on several metaphysical websites and in print magazines. Recently, he has been touring the country with his message of self-love and self-belief as a featured speaker at several major spiritual events and expos. He also counsels clients, both in person and by phone, from his Wake County home, which he shares with his wife, Eileen. Visit his website, www.VincentGenna.com, where you can learn more about Vincent’s background and accomplishments, and find links to many of his published materials.
Come join this journey to visit your past.