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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen! I would like to share my experience as a regression therapist. I have been working in this field since early 1990s, and up to this moment about 700 people have come to my sessions. The total time of those meetings is over 2,500 hours.
My involvement in the method began when during the sessions of relaxation therapy all of a sudden my patients started finding themselves in the situations unfamiliar from their current lives. They described their feelings unusual for their real physical bodies.
It was surprising for me as well, and I was unable to find an explanation to that phenomenon in the books available at the time.
The psychosomatic sensations of the patients amazed with their genuineness and vividness. Their stories of the viewed embodiments were extraordinary in all aspects.
At first I felt uneasy and appalled of death, near-death and after-death episodes. But the information grasped from the books by Raymond A. Moody's really helped me overcome those fears.
After several sessions the anxiety about the mental health of my patients was gone, and the analysis of their further behavior revealed positive changes in their self-perception, which made their lives more harmonious and actively-approached. In addition, many psychosomatic ailments in their present lives passed without a trace.
During the sessions the patients reviewed various lives in different bodies human and non-human ones, in organic and non-organic nature. All in all there was 37.9% of human embodiments and 62.1% of non-human ones.
For me it was very interesting to discover that regardless of the embodiment, in spite of all physical differences, the set of values that mattered was common for all: they were harmony and balance of being, intuitive abidance to the laws of nature, absence of unmotivated aggression. During some of the session the physical sensations of the embodied subjects had no analogy to those experienced by humans.
The experience of death and the following metamorphoses of the Soul, according to my data, are similar in their main features for all the patients.
I would like to say a few words about how a session goes. The main condition in the offered method is to stop the inner dialogue that is constantly going on in our conscience. It can be done by concentrating the patient's attention on an emotionally-uncolored sensation of the body. The interruption of the inner dialogue alongside with relaxation usually takes a patient to the deepest levels of the unconscious. The intensive submergence into one's self lets the patient visualize a fragment from the patient's past life. From that moment the patient perceives himself as a real subject living in that embodiment and experiences a full range of feelings, emotions and reactions. It is noteworthy that the unconscious highlights and retrieves to the conscious the embodiment which is vital for a person's current life.
In my method I do not use directed suggestion or directed affected imagination techniques.
In the most cases the grasped pictures of previous embodiments are quite vivid and emotionally coloured. But there have been some sessions when the knowledge of past embodiments is based on unvisualized sensations of patients, i.e. on their descriptions of feelings and emotions. However both kinds of sessions are equally significant for the person's psyche.
The speculation on the material obtained during the sessions made me come to the conclusion that the unconscious does not only imprint and store the experiences of the present life but also those of the past embodiments. The retrieval of those experiences and shifting them from the unconscious to the conscious under a strong emotional pressure brings in the weakening of the patient's psychic tension in the present life. The significance of the problems somehow fades or is even lost completely. Unresolved conflicts of previous embodiments won't let go in the person's present life and sometimes become the ground for phobias, accentuations of character and psychosomatic bodily ailments.
As a rule the «living» of the past lives runs chronologically: from the moment the patients find themselves there to the point of the metamorphoses of a disembodied soul. During the session the regression therapist can direct the patient up and down along the time line of the reviewed embodiment.
It is very important to emphasize the role of the therapist who does the analysis of the psychological situations and focuses the attention on the episodes significant for the patient. Often it has to be done in spite of the patient's inner resistance.
The whole session falls into three parts:
The first part of the session is targeted at isolating the psychological problems of the embodiment and their possible solutions in terms of the present life.
The second part is centered around the moment of death and the experience drawn from it. This part of the session brings the awareness that the consciousness is continuous and is not interrupted by the physical death of the body. In the course of this experience the person loses the fear of death. Resulting from this comes a great change in self-perception and the way the person sees the world around. It reveals itself in harmonizing of the personality and the relations with the society.
The third part opens up a brand new knowledge, never available and experienced before. It is the awareness that the place where the Soul goes after death is its friendliest native home. The information about it appears during all the session. The person feels to be a harmonious part of the whole still retaining his or her individuality. At that particular moment people come to understanding of their global connection with macrocosm. This comprehension completely transforms the idea of the importance of material values in the physical life. Therefore the third part brings the greatest harmonizing element.