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I recently met a gursikh who invited me for a Pastlife regression therapy session with her.

Is this against gurmat?

What is Past life regression?

Has she got control over my actions and thoughts now?

How do i break the hold over me as i feel possessed?

Please help me guys...im not the same anymore...

Thanks

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