In other sessions, I visioned an old priest, probably a Hindu priest, dressed in orange garments of sadhus living and dying in peace. But the temple which on first site resembled the Konark Temple which I had just visited, was a far more taller and squarer brick construction, which I could not identify.
Using a Brian Weiss audio file for self regression at home, I once ended up in an Arabian desert dressed as a Beduoin.
Skeptics say that these experiences are fantasies, `confabulations' and `false memories' and the defenders say that what matters is that if they have healing potential then why worry about what these experiences really are. If it works as a therapy, they why really care if they are `false memories' and `fantasises'.
For one thing, it is difficult to prove rebirth `scientifically'. But then you cant establish many things `scientifically'. The experiences are so `subjective' that you cannot really establish anything on the basis of these subjective experiences.
Do I believe in these things? Yes, I think that these things do have something in them. If I had to fantasize, I would have dreamt of being Alexander the Great or Akbar and would have dreamt of more peaceful ways of dying than the ones I visualized. Why should I see a poor chinese peasant who is butchered for no apparent reason?
And please expect more on PLR on this blog, because I have really taken it up and want to get to the bottom of this thing.