Tag: Regression Therapy
How I became involved with Regression Therapy Having practiced as a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist for many years, and having the naive belief that I had witnessed most of the presenting problems of the human condition in my consulting room over those years, in one particular week in 2012 I was in for a shock. Two clients undergoing traditional psychotherapy had spontaneous past life memories emerge … Read More REGRESSION THERAPY: MAGIC, METHOD, MOMENTUM
This workshop entitled ‘The Therapeutic Use of Crystals in Regression Therapy’ was offered at the SRTA Convention held in Oxford, UK, in May 2017. The workshop was both educational and highly experiential and included discussing crystals and their purpose and usage, specific ways in which crystals ‘work’ and how to use crystals in Regression Therapy and for self-development/self-evolution. Examples of particular high vibrational crystals for personal and professional use were addressed and the particular stages in Regression Therapy where crystals can be used to bring about physical transformation and healing.
This workshop entitled ‘Working With Tarot Cards in Regression Therapy’ was offered at the SRTA Convention in Oxford, UK, in June 2015. Content included working with the Tarot beyond divination, and understandingwhy, via the use of case study examples, working with Tarot symbols can assist in effective Hypnotic Regression.
This workshop entitled ‘Transforming Past Life Trauma’ was offered at the SRTA Convention in Oxford, UK in May, 2017. The workshop included education around the following topics: Past Life and Current Life Traumatic Events, the causal structure between the event and trauma, symptoms of trauma, dissociation and dissociative ‘memory’, trauma inducing activators and implicit memories, the energetic effects of trauma and how to transform trauma using a variety of psychotherapeutic and energetic methods.
Working With Crystals In Regression Therapy is the title of a theoretical and experiential workshop to be offered to the Norwegian Association for Regression Therapy (NFRT) in Oslo, Norway, in 2020. This informative workshop will include learning about and working with: Crystals and their purpose and usage, how a crystal ‘works’ to include their crystal habit, mineralology, crystallography and rock classification. We will explore specific crystals for self-development and self-evolution to include Lapis Lazuli, Azeztulite, Moldavite, Isua Stones, Quantum Quattro as well as beneficial crystals to use in Regression Therapy, when to use them and for what purposes. We will, as an example, embrace training in the use of crystals for physical transformation, the removal of objects and cutting (Knives, Cords and Ropes, Bondage/Mummification). We will also work with pendulums and crystal layouts.
Exploring Consciousness: The Weird World of Awareness & Implications on Regression Therapy, Oslo, Norway, 2020, Date to be confirmed
EXPLORING CONSCIOUSNESS: THE WEIRD WORLD OF AWARENESS & IMPLICATIONS ON REGRESSION THERAPY, Oslo, Norway, 2020, date to be confirmed. Regression Therapists are Consciousness Explorers! Many therapies focus on the problems and needs of the Ego: Identity, Selfhood, work, addictions, relationship issues and so on. Contracts with clients are limited by numbers of sessions, doing ‘check-box’ exercises and using ‘evidenced based’ approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Problems with this include: we are more than our minds/cognitions, ignorance of the body/soma, how we react, interact and the problems we create for ourselves come from deeper down, underneath the everyday conscious mind.
EARTh Research Committee Report – Topic: Research Study on ‘What Does Not Work in Regression Therapy’
Published in The International Journal of Regression Therapy, V. 25, 2017 48. This Research Report conveys a range of findings determined from a research study conducted with 15 Regression Therapists who were dominantly members of EARTh (80% EARTh, 20% non-EARTh). The topic of the study was ‘What Does Not Work in Regression Therapy’ and the data was collected via questionnaires. The intention of this study was to generate data on this particular topic which would contribute to the field of knowledge within Regression Therapy whilst also creating a reflective awareness about practice.