August 8

Past Life Regression: Playing it safe in marriage

Past Life Regression: We take Vivian back in time where she has a modest but happy lifetime, until it comes to making a choice about marriage. Find out how pleasing her parents costs her happiness and set up a chain of events for future lifetimes.


Katische Haberfield: Now. So Vivian step through the door and onto the other side. And I want you to let me know. What's the first thing that you notice?

Vivian Watson: It's a landscape.

Katische Haberfield: What kind of a landscape?

Yeah, it's a countryside it's very green and the sky is very blue. There are no clouds.

Okay. And what can you hear Vivian?

Vivian Watson: I can hear birds.

Katische Haberfield: You can hear birds. And is it a sunny day seeing there are no clouds?

Vivian Watson: Yes. It's sunny.

Katische Haberfield: Sunny. Lovely. And how would you describe the temperature? Are you somewhere where it's humid or are you somewhere where it's temperate or even cold?

Vivian Watson: The temperature is, it's just right. It's not hot, not cold.

Katische Haberfield: It's yeah, like a spring day, Okay. And I want you to look down at the ground and if you're looking down at the ground are you standing on grass on dirt, on pavement? What are you standing on?

Vivian Watson: It's grass.

Katische Haberfield: Grass. Okay. And what kind of what do your feet look like?

Vivian Watson: I am barefoot and, on the grass there are little mushrooms.

Katische Haberfield: Like the ones I saw were when feather took me. Okay. These are very, little they're tiny, little mushrooms.

So tell me, does that mean that you were also small?

Vivian Watson: No, I'm my regular size.

Katische Haberfield: You're a regular human size.

Yes. Okay. So you're a human, I think so.

Vivian Watson: Yep.

Katische Haberfield: Beautiful. And are you male or female?

Vivian Watson: I'm female.

Katische Haberfield: Beautiful. And can you tell roughly if you could have a good guess how old you might be?

Vivian Watson: The first thing that comes to mind is 13.

Katische Haberfield: 13. Lovely. And do you get a sound or a name that comes to your mind? How should we refer to you today?

Vivian Watson: I don't go to anything.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. That's okay. That's fine. And tell me a little bit about your appearance. If you could imagine what you were wearing, what color hair is. Tell me a little bit about you.

Vivian Watson: I, dunno. It's weird because I,

I thought it was me like me in this lifetime. But it's weird that I'm 13 or that I feel that I'm 13. So what I see is that I'm wearing like a skirt or a dress. And I, thought I was wearing like my regular clothes, like what I'm wearing now, but I, am seeing that I have a dress, like a yeah it's one of those dresses, maybe 18th century of, yeah.

I don't know. I, have an apron. And my feet are dirty.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. All right. And do you get a sense of whereabouts in the world you are?

So think, give you a clue,

mother Gaia has your feet, so she should be able to give you a sensation of a country.

Vivian Watson: Sweden

Katische Haberfield: yep. That's what I got. So is your dress like one of the traditional Swedish national costume kind of dresses or is it more like a maid dress?

Vivian Watson: No, it feels more like a maid.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. All right. We've come here today to learn about abundance and about infinite creative possibilities. So could you ask yourself of this lifetime? to move this scene forward so we can learn a little bit about you. So either to work or to home would be great.

Vivian Watson: Yes. I'm with cows.

Katische Haberfield: Yeah. And what's your job to do with the cow? Do you milk them? Do you heard them?

Vivian Watson: I milk them and I take care of them and I love it. I love being around the cows.

Katische Haberfield: Lovely. Now I'm getting that you sing to them. Is that right?

Vivian Watson: Yes. yes.

Katische Haberfield: I also see the stereotypical cow bells.

Do you have cow bells there somewhere?

Vivian Watson: Yes. Yes, Yeah, totally.

Katische Haberfield: And is you're singing, singing, or is it a form of, yodelling?

Vivian Watson: Yeah, it might be yodelling yeah.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. Yodelling's fantastic for the throat chakra. All right. So how long have you been responsible for these cows?

Vivian Watson: Since I was 11.

Katische Haberfield: And do you have a favorite cow even though you're probably not supposed to?

Vivian Watson: Yes. There is one it's she's, white. She's called star.

Katische Haberfield: That's your favorite cow. And, why is she your favorite?

Vivian Watson: I think I, saw her at birth. Maybe that was the first time that I was allowed to, see a birthing cow. And she's grown now. Yeah.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. And can you show me something else about your life with the cows and how, you earn your money and look after yourself?

Vivian Watson: I'm, happy.

We're poor. We we're don't have riches or luxuries, but we have enough and we have food to eat and I'm, happy.

Katische Haberfield: And do you like live with the cows out in the field and live in a, like a, Shepherd's hut? Or do you just go and see the cows twice a day or something like that? And then go back to your family?

Vivian Watson: It's like a Shepherd's hut. Yeah. I feel like I have siblings. I'm the youngest and I am also responsible for caring for the youngest.

Katische Haberfield: Are they boys or girls or siblings?

Vivian Watson: I dunno. Let me check, there's a little girls. She's three years old and the rest are boys.

Katische Haberfield: Where are your parents?

Vivian Watson: Boys are loud. They are working. My mom cooks, she prepares the meals and my dad is working. It's like a farm working on a farm and doing like heavy work. Not sure. Yeah. He works hard.

Katische Haberfield: He works hard.

Vivian Watson: Yeah.

Katische Haberfield: And and what do you believe about work?

Vivian Watson: I see my parents tired sometimes, especially my father, when he arrives home. He's very dirty and very tired. And we, the children are meant to not to bother him, to take care of him, to bring him his drink and food and take his shoes off. And make sure he's comfortable and he doesn't have to do anymore work.

Because he's already worked enough. And I see that he's tired. But, we're happy. He's happy to see us. It's a beautiful family. And I worry that he's tired, but my own experience of work is full of joy. I don't get tired watching after the cows and watching after my, little sister, it's not I, don't go to school.

I guess I don't even know what his school is. But I'm happy and it, doesn't feel like work really. For me.

Katische Haberfield: If you could move this scene forward to show us what it is that your soul needs to see today about this lifetime.

What teach teaching lesson does it have for us?

Vivian Watson: Don't know what comes to me is I, feel like protected and safe. And even though I'm not the one who's doing the hard work for my family, I am happy to contribute. In, the way that I can. I it's I take it very seriously. It's like a privilege. Because I'm the eldest, so I have like more responsibilities, but it's not like a, burden it's it's a privilege actually.

Katische Haberfield: Okay.

and I want you to look around and if you can see your family members, I want you to feel their energy.

Does your soul recognize any of your family members in this? This lifetime can be from the lifetime that you have as Vivian or any other lifetime. Are there any family members that have been with you before? I think we all know each other.

Vivian Watson: I, think John is one of my brothers a seven, eight year old boy. He's like very noisy and very naughty and, the others.

I, know that I know them. No, that's all right. But I, can feel like my sister my own sister from this lifetime. But I, don't know exactly who she might be.

Katische Haberfield: That's all right. Okay. If you'd like to progress this scene forward the last day of your life in this particular lifetime, and let me know when you get there and I'd like to know how old you are.

Vivian Watson: Oh, I die at child birth.

Katische Haberfield: All right. And how old would you be then? Are you early, like a teenager having been pregnant or twenties?


Vivian Watson: 27 is the number that comes to mind.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. And was this your first child?

Vivian Watson: No, there are three.

Okay. And does the baby survive?

Katische Haberfield: Yes. And look around beside you. Is, do, are you married?

Vivian Watson: Yes.

Katische Haberfield: And who's the person that you married?

Vivian Watson: He's a shepherd also. I,

I don't think we really, love each other.

We're not, we're okay, but it's not like a passionate love.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. Yeah. Okay.

All right. I want you to float up above your body. So I want you to observe your spirit, leave your body without any pain, without any fear you've already died. So you're just seeing and honoring the story. Watch your spirit float above the body. And then I want you to just there for a moment.

Now I want you to let us know we're going to do a little bit of a life review here. What was important for you to understand about this lifetime that Vivian needed to know

Vivian Watson: choices is, what I get.

Katische Haberfield: Choices. Okay.

In this lifetime, did you find it difficult or easy to make choices?

Vivian Watson: I, think I made the wrong choices.

Katische Haberfield: You made the wrong choices. What were some of the wrong choices that you made in this life?

Vivian Watson: For example, marrying this person.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. And why do you believe looking back now that it was the wrong choice?

Vivian Watson: I did was what was expected from me.

It looks as if in this lifetime I had a, happy childhood and then it was time to get married and, I just I just followed my parents' wishes. And then things turned around because I, I lost that happiness.

Katische Haberfield: Okay.

Was there somebody else that you would've preferred to have married?

Vivian Watson: Yes.

Katische Haberfield: And tell me about him.

Vivian Watson: What I get is like a sense of adventure. That is what he was offering to me. And I chose the, stability and being secure. What I feel is that I sacrificed. I sacrificed for security.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. So I want you to look at this lifetime as your higher inner wise adult, And when your, inner a wise adult looks at the choices you made, does your inner wise adult have something different to say, or do they concur with what you have seen?

What did they know about why you made those choices?

Vivian Watson: I wanted to make my parents happy. They wanted me to be safe.

Katische Haberfield: Does this lifetime and the decision that your soul made in that lifetime to make safe choices, is that karmically impacting Vivian to make safe choices?

Vivian Watson: Oh, I think I'm getting it. Okay. I haven't made safe choices in this lifetime.

Katische Haberfield: You haven't?

Vivian Watson: No, I have.

Katische Haberfield: You have made safe choices.

Vivian Watson: I have,

I, I have risked myself.

I have

Katische Haberfield: I want you to let your ego step aside. Okay, because are you sure? I get the feeling that you've been making too safe a choice.

Vivian Watson: Okay. okay. This is what I feel. I feel that I sabotage the, choices that I make because I'm, self-employed right. And that's a risk on, its own. And because in this lifetime, many of my friends have jobs that they hate, but they took them for the security and I would never have chosen something like that.

So I like took the risk, but I sabotage

Katische Haberfield: That's what I get. Yep. But is this because, and this is what I feel when you decide to become self-employed, you have to take riskier steps in order to get that sense of adventure and to really lay out the opportunity for yourself. You can't play it safe when you're self-employed.

Vivian Watson: Yes.

Yeah, That's right. But I have it's taking this risks connects me to that sense of adventure. The, adventure that, this other man was offering me. But it's as if somehow I felt that was wrong. And so I take the risk, but then I sabotage the results.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. All right. So what we're gonna do right now, Vivian, is I'm going to ask you if you are ready to release the limiting beliefs that you need to play it safe.

Are you ready to release that limiting belief?

Vivian Watson: Yes.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. So I'm gonna ask you a question, are you, I'm gonna give you a percentage and you need to let me know if you are willing to release at this particular percentage and I'm gonna try and push it higher and higher, but you may only say yes to the amount percentage that feels comfortable and is a full body yes. Okay.

Vivian Watson: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: So we today are wishing to release the intention and the limiting belief that I must play it safe. That any risks that I take are not worth it. And I must step back into the safe space of life to create security. Are you willing to release this at 50%? yes.

Okay. 60%.

Vivian Watson: Yes.

Katische Haberfield: 70%.

Vivian Watson: Yes.

Katische Haberfield: 80%.

Vivian Watson: Yes.

Katische Haberfield: Okay. 90%.

Vivian Watson: Yes.

Katische Haberfield: 95%.

Vivian Watson: That feels scary.

Katische Haberfield: okay. So we'll St we'll stick it at 90%. Okay. So Vivian, I want you to really feel into this. And I want you to say after me out loud

Vivian Watson: I release any outdated vows,

Katische Haberfield: or mental.

Vivian Watson: Or mental and emotional residues that were blocking

Katische Haberfield: or slowing my path

Vivian Watson: or slowing my path.

I release

Katische Haberfield: 90%,

Vivian Watson: 90% of outdated vows mental emotional, or spiritual bonds

Katische Haberfield: that were blocking my soul's path

Vivian Watson: that were blocking my soul's path

Katische Haberfield: in relation to

Vivian Watson: taking risks having adventure,

Katische Haberfield: and the need to play it safe in life.

Vivian Watson: And the need to play it safe in life.

Katische Haberfield: Okay, beautiful. So your subconscious mind understands it can resolve and heal past life influences affecting your path by breaking the bonds of time now, and by releasing any old excessive emotions that are tied to these bonds. So exhale

and repeat after me

Vivian Watson: I release

Katische Haberfield: outdated past life influences

Vivian Watson: outdated past life influences

affecting my soul's path

Katische Haberfield: into the white light of spirit

Vivian Watson: into the white light of spirit. I release,

Katische Haberfield: outdated past life influences outdated past life influences

Vivian Watson: affecting my path,

Katische Haberfield: into the white light of the spirit.

Vivian Watson: Into the white light of the spirit.

Katische Haberfield: Beautiful. You've done great. And you can continue to reaffirm past positive vows and continue to release outdated vows in the days and years ahead, your mind can begin to prepare itself for the future and the new karmic actions you can take in this life and future lives to release old bonds and create new positive karmic residues can take you to the next level on your soul's path. Now, Vivian, I would like you to realize that it's now time to float away from this lifetime and with it, we leave behind self sabotage in relation to risk taking. So I want you to see that you're cutting that cord right now. So it's, like a white ribbon that's attached to your ankle, which tethers you to this lifetime.

I want you to snip it with a pair of imaginary scissors right now.

Vivian Watson: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: Yep. And as it snips, it's like a balloon floating up into the clouds. So be that balloon and float right back up. So feeling lighter and lighter, brighter, and brighter, floating higher and higher. I want you to grab onto that Angel's wings that Angel's going take you higher and higher.