Melissa Bowersock, C.Ht.
Melissa Bowersock, an author new to the Journal but not to PLT, takes us into the mysterious realms of time through her own experiences. She finds that past, present, and future are interlocked and continuously interactive. A thoughtful article that raises questions about the nature of time itself.
I have been fascinated by the enigma of time as much as the next person, maybe more. As a teenager I devoured every book on time travel and/or alternate pasts and futures that I could find. By the time I started experiencing past-life regressions as an adult, however, understanding the concept of time was not high on my agenda. But maybe that’s the nature of true discoveries ‑ finding what you’re not looking for.
Once I began doing regressions, I was eager to review as many lives as possible. They were all fascinating in their own way. One particular life, however, seemed bland and inconsequential compared to the rest. But it provided an unlikely first step toward understanding time.