Through our empirical research, we’ve found that a wonderfully harmonious bond (and variations of it) between two people, whether it is a work, family, friendship, or love relationship, is either there, or it isn’t.
We’ve also found that past lives with other people strongly influence what is experienced with them today.
Therefore, past life regression, when the focus is on the root cause of a problem and forgiveness, can definitely help to heal present life relationships.
Don’t believe in reincarnation? It doesn’t matter.
Whether past life scenes perceived in past life regression are real or imagined, both believers and skeptics can benefit from this powerful therapy.
But can the power of love and forgiveness alter destiny?
If a relationship is meant to end, based on the personal timing of the individuals involved and what they (their souls, not their personalities) decided before incarnating, can they (their personalities) choose to override that?
Well, as we’ve said before, our position is that you can’t cheat fate. Of course, the couple could stay together if they really wanted to, but it would likely feel unnatural (if they were honest with themselves) and potentially cause a lot of stress.
The good news is that if you change your perspective of love relationships by dropping your expectations (for permanence, someone to “complete” you, and the other relationship traps in our society that you’re conditioned to embrace) and accept each relationship as it’s meant to be, they become less difficult and more satisfying. Of course, starting with a solid foundation of self-love and respect is important too.
Our comprehensive numerology and astrology (compatibility and individual personal cyclical timing), along with psychic/intuitive readings indicates to us the level of compatibility and the timing of relationship rewards and challenges.
For example, we could indicate, on a scale of 1-100, just how compatible you are with your mate as seen through our work.
Also, we could indicate the duration potential of your bond. In other words, we’d tell you when things were, are, and will be “good” and when they aren’t, along with our professional opinion as to if the relationship has “seen better days.”
Copyright © 2006 Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo