“As long as you are not aware of the continual law of Die and Be Again, you are merely a vague guest on a dark Earth.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Hypnotherapy has opened the gates to physical and emotional freedom for millions of clients who could not find satisfaction in the medical world, and the horizons are still expanding. New applications are still surfacing in the areas of spiritual counseling. Many authors, since the ’60s, have written about the phenomena of Past-Lives (P-L) therapy. This is a noninvasive therapy that allows the client to discover, while in an altered state of consciousness, the lingering effects of trauma, sustained in a past life. There seems to be literally hundreds of practitioners serving their clients with this effective regression modality. P-L therapy is a very spiritual journey into the past. Whether the client is experiencing one of his many past lives, during a session, or the client’s subconscious mind is creating a powerful story of significance to the client, is unimportant. What is important is that the client is creating the story and the story is meaningful to the client. These stories, set in ancient times, brings forth relevant information that the client can process and relate to today’s phobias, fears, aches and pains, and understand where these problems come from and discard them from the current life as unnecessary and useless bits of past experiences.
The P-L story when reviewed at the end of the regression session will have relatable meaning to the client and sets new parameters within the client’s consciousness. This is the hope of the therapist for his client. Sometimes, the story is not relatable to the client and the client has trouble remembering the details of the story. This scenario alerts the therapist to begin an investigation into the origin of the story. Could there be someone else telling the story, through the client?
At first, this may sound strange. Who would be telling the past life story, if not the client? Another personality, possibly, but seeing that your client came to you without a history of dual or multiple personalities or a dissasciative identity disorder, there would be no reason for you to think of him as having multiple personalities. Besides, the client brought a physician’s release for alternate treatment.
The way to investigate would be to put the client back into an altered state of consciousness and simply ask, “Who is in (client’s name), what is your name?” Wait for an answer. If there is an answer, more times than not, the answer will come quickly. Be ready for the response. The answer will most likely come from a Discarnate Entity (DE), sometimes called a earthbound entity. To find out whether the voice is a DE, or a multiple personality, ask the voice what the current date is? DEs only know the date they died; no time passes for then after death. If you are talking to a client with a multiple personality disorder, the response will be the current date, and your client will need the help of a specially trained psychologist. If, on the other hand, the date given is some time in the past, there is a strong probability that an DE has taken up residence in your client’s body or aura.
For a Past-Life regression therapy, please contact Dr. Jared Van Sloten.