In this conversation Viktória Duda shares how she went from being a successful lawyer, to finding her calling in exploring past lives through hypnotherapy. Among other things we talk about the complexity of memory when considering past lives, the way trauma and guilt from past lives carry on in the present and hold us back from living our lives fully, the potential value of past life work to conditions of body integrity and gender dysphoria, and much more. If you are interested in researching your own multi-existential history, I encourage you to stay tuned until the end when Viktoria makes a very generous offer for people open to conducting research with her. If you want to understand the nitty gritty side of past lives you will get a lot of great information in this episode.
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Viktória is a spiritual anthropologist, hypnotherapist and writer.
A series of spiritually transformative experiences prompted her to leave a legal-academic career and pursue independent research into the nature of consciousness.
She conducts past life sessions internationally – mainly via skype – and likes to give talks, workshops and participate in conferences world-wide, where ever people are open to the multidimensional aspects of our existence. Her working languages are English, German and her native Hungarian.
She has a Ph. D. in social anthropology from the University of Vienna and is a member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
If you are interested in getting in touch with her, explore the possibilities of past life sessions, please visit her website at
or have a look at her current research project which invites participants at
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