I just took a Past Life Regression teleclass from someone who was recommended by Wayne Dyer (when he was alive) and that sort of famous new age coterie. I took it because I offer group past life, future life, and interlife regressions and progressions via teleclass and I wanted to make sure I wasn’t missing anything I could or should be adding to my classes/meditations.
Now, it’s going to sound like I’m patting myself on the back and maybe I am. Perhaps her way is better for some people and I teach in the way I like to learn.
- I’m laser focused on the process, aware of who is on the call and their needs individually and collectively, to the extent I can.
- I always want to give full value. Maybe it’s the Capricorn in me or that old-fashioned work ethic. I want you to have value for your time and money. I want to exceed it if I can. Obviously, I can only do my part of the equation and trust the participants, and their angels and guides, to do theirs.
- My classes are kept small and each person is encouraged to interact and connect from a place of depth (whatever that is for them). It’s all about you. Not just about some teaching.
- Which also means that people often press for my “psychic” hits on their issues and experiences, and it’s hard for me to say no.
- I wasn’t raised with a sense of self-esteem so I don’t act like I’m in a higher position than anyone else. I just bring through what I’ve been given, and because of my own relentless search for wellbeing, I bring and then try to make usable the best ideas I’ve found.
- I don’t upsell. (I wondered how the person who offered the class I took could teach this class for even less than I charge, and I keep my costs down. And then I realized she was selling other products. This was past life regression but that was a relatively short part of what became the overall class.
The class was ultimately about how she uses the Seth material (remember Jane Roberts & Seth?) and what you could buy from her to continue building that in your life.
I don’t know how many people were on the call. Or how they experienced it. There was no interaction among participants, though you could ask the teacher a question.
It was confirmation for me about how I work. I’m all in wherever I am, and if I’m with you and you think I’m not, then tell me. That’s my commitment.