Regression Therapy
Regression Therapy

March 2015

Pavel Gyngazov – Bio

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Dr. Pavel Sergeevich Gyngazov was born on July, 12th 1947 in Tomsk, Russia. In 1966 he graduated from the medical college. Later on after completing a training course at Tomsk Medical Institute (now called Siberian Medical University) in 1976, he got the qualification of a general practitioner. From 1976 till 1983 Pavel Gyngazov worked as an obstetrician. Since 1983, after accreditation in sexology, infertility treatment and psychotherapy, Dr. Gyngazov has been doing marriage counseling.

Pavel S. Gyngazov started working in the field of regression therapy in 1993. In 2001 he became a member of the International Association Of Regression and Research Therapy – IARRT (certificate). In 2003 he took part in the First World Congress of Regression Therapists (WCRT 1) in the Netherlands – EARTh, where he presented his report «Regression Therapy: The Guide and the Wanderer. An original method» In 2006 the author participated in the Second World Congress of Regression Therapists (WCRT 2) in New Delhi (India), where he conducted a workshop «Human and Non-Human Reincarnations: Sequential or Random?»

In August, 2008 in Summer Europeans school of regression therapists I carried out a seminar «The potential of the Unconscious in the removal of psychosomatic diseases». Since that Pavel S. Gyngazov is a certificated member of Earth Association of Regresion Therapists – EARTh (certificate).

Two of his articles («Regression Therapy: Harmonizing Effect» and «Regression Therapy Data and the Notion of Karma») have been published in The Journal of Regression Therapy 

In October, 2011 he present his report in the Fourth World Congress of Regression Therapists (WCRT) in Turkey: «Affinity of Soul Manifestations in earthly and unearthly incarnation» (download zip-archive of Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, 9 Mb)

Also in October 2014 he participated in the World Congress of Regression Therapy in Porto, Portugal with the theme: “The Role of Mind for Body Healing during Regression Therapy Sessions”

In addition to surgery in Tomsk Dr. Gyngazov conducts regression sessions in other cities.

He has been married since 1970 ( the wife is a Ph.D. in philology) and has an adult son.

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Regression Therapy as a Valid Approach in Treating Obesity: A Case Study

by Janet Cunningham

The study of obesity has perplexed dieters and professionals alike. This paper presents the research and view that regression therapy and working through the blockages in the unconscious mind can be a major key to success. The research of the author indicates five major reasons for manifesting excess body fat. She identifies those reasons, and documents a case study using childhood and past-life therapy.

In spite of an increased interest in fitness in the 1980’s and 90’s, statistics indicate a shocking reality: eighty to ninety percent of dieters who lose weight gain it back. We continue to emphasize external (diet change, exercise, behavior) and avoid internal factors (thoughts, beliefs, mind patterning, and emotion). Clearly we have not addressed the mind’s ability to hold unconscious reasons to keep excess body fat. Nor have we begun to consider the “spirit” or energy-essence of the individual. Experts continue to study the effect instead of the cause.
Good nutrition and exercise are, of course, necessary for a healthy, normal-weight body. And yet, there are millions of obese and/or overweight Americans who cannot—CANNOT—lose weight and keep it off. Read more

Soul Retrieval by Janet Cunningham

by Janet Cunningham

Practitioners of past-life therapy and research often report a perceived empathic bond with their clients during their sessions. It is not all that unusual for a therapist to report knowing what a client was experiencing before s/he actually described it verbally. Nor is it unusual for a client to report feeling the presence of the therapist during the past-life experience. In this article, the author presents an interesting extension of this, in that she felt obliged to enter into the client’s experience. The description of what occurred leaves us with perhaps more questions than answers.
Past-life therapy has broadened over the years as a result of the pioneers (APRT members and researchers at the forefront of the field) who have been open-minded and willing to learn from clients. As a result we are, hopefully, less likely to make quick judgments about what a past-life regression may entail. APRT therapists and researchers have learned that past-life therapy may involve (1) a past-life issue that was not resolved, (2) an issue that began in the womb or infancy—prenatal or perinatal, (3) repressed childhood memories of sexual and/or other forms of abuse, (4) psychic opening and experiences of the paranormal, (5) dialoging with an unborn fetus after abortion or with a deceased relative, (6) processing a near-death experience, (7) entity attachment, and/or (8) alien abduction. It is not uncommon for a therapist to begin a “typical” past-life regression, and to find himself with a very different set of circumstances than expected. [Note: pronouns himself/herself, he/she, his/her are used interchangeably throughout the text.] Read more

A Phenomenological Study of Post-Modern Transpersonal and Spiritual Experiences with Quantitative Survey and Case Study Interviews

by Janet Cunningham

The phrase “transpersonal and spiritual experiences” refers to the sense of identity of the self extending beyond the personal to encompass wider aspects of humankind, life, psyche, or cosmos. Western scientific exploration of such experiences has been nearly nonexistent, due primarily to the currently accepted scientific paradigm. But a study of the psyche that fails to deal with the transpersonal and spiritual realms is, by definition, unscientific in that it fails to take into account, or even to report, a large body of phenomena. Read more

Janet Cunningham Publications

The phrase “transpersonal and spiritual experiences” refers to the sense of identity of the self extending beyond the personal to encompass wider aspects of humankind, life, psyche, or cosmos. Western scientific exploration of such experiences has been nearly nonexistent, due primarily to the currently accepted scientific paradigm. But a study of the psyche that fails to deal with the transpersonal and spiritual realms is, by definition, unscientific in that it fails to take into account, or even to report, a large body of phenomena.

Soul Retrieval

Practitioners of past-life therapy and research often report a perceived empathic bond with their clients during their sessions. It is not all that unusual for a therapist to report knowing what a client was experiencing before s/he actually described it verbally. Nor is it unusual for a client to report feeling the presence of the therapist during the past-life experience. In this article, the author presents an interesting extension of this, in that she felt obliged to enter into the client’s experience. The description of what occurred leaves us with perhaps more questions than answers.

Regression Therapy as a Valid Approach in Treating Obesity:

A Case Study

by Janet Cunningham, M.S.
The study of obesity has perplexed dieters and professionals alike. This paper presents the research and view that regression therapy and working through the blockages in the unconscious mind can be a major key to success. The research of the author indicates five major reasons for manifesting excess body fat. She identifies those reasons, and documents a case study using childhood and past-life therapy.

Survival on a Wing and a Prayer

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What caused a little girl who played with dolls to become the biggest bully in high school, fighting and beating up other kids? ….and what caused that same woman, as an adult officer in a tough corrections facility, to become a private investigator, devoted to using her psychic gifts to serve God? This is the true story of Gail Lionetti, well-known private investigator on the east coast who, after 2 near-death experiences, now helps police solve crimes and find missing children. From her tortuous childhood and adult life filled with pain and disappointment, Gail finds strength inside herself to keep going…discovering her spiritual path as well as the purpose in her life.

ISBN-13: 978-1420892529

 

Love’s Fire: Beyond Mortal Boundaries

 

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Sexuality and Spirituality dance together in this intimate true love story that bridges eternity. Inspiring read for women and men of all ages who long to deepen their power of giving and receiving love in the here and now while they remain open to the hereafter.

ISBN-13: 978-0972400817

Inner Selves: The Feminine Path to Weight Loss

 

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A multi-level holistic work which explores how the hidden patterns and unconscious motivations of our emotional, mental, and spiritual “selves” manifest in excess body fat. Based upon over 25 years of work in the field of weight control and counseling, this is the culmination of Dr. Cunningham’s research.
“INNER SELVES” is the first truly comprehensive book about weight, Period. It is a multi-level and most impressive holistic work. Weight is so much more than just eating – or not eating. This book explores the hidden patterns and unconscious motivations that control weight. I highly recommend it to everyone. — Henry Leo Bolduc is a research hypnotist with over 32 years of practical experience, author, and owner of Adventures in Time.
ISBN-13: 978-0919848177

 

Caution Soul Mate Ahead!

 

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Spiritual Love in the Physical World

CAUTION: Soul Mate Ahead! is a refreshing and honest appraisal of soul mate relationships based upon the resarch and experiences of Janet Cunningham, Ph.D. and Michael Ranucci. Janet and Michael present four thought-provoking and powerful stories of actual soul mate relationships. These stories are told in a touching manner, with the cooperation and actual words of the participants.

Janet and Michael’s down-to-earth, yet spiritual and ethereal view of relationships urges the reader to lift in consciousness as s/he is brought to expanded concepts of Love. “Material success and possessions all pass away in time. The only thing that is eternal is Love–not the love of physical personalities, or the possessive love we have learned to accept, but the love between souls who return again to share their lives together.”
ISBN-13: 978-0964002692

A Tribe Returned

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A Tribe Returned is the incredible personal and professional story of Janet Cunningham and over 25 people who have memories of being together in a Native American Tribe. “You were selected by the Grandfathers to be the next Chief,” Janet was told. Unknowingly she gathered the tribe together in this life. As a past-life therapist, she has assisted in releasing the traumatic stored memories of a devastating massacre. Art teacher and artist Orazio Salati began painting his memories on huge canvas before he knew that he was part of the tribe. “The images just came out of me,” he told Janet.

ISBN-13: 978-1882530090

Dorothy Neddermeyer Publications

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Sexual Abuse in or out of the Family: A Guide to Prevention

If I’d Only Known describes unspeakable acts of sexual abuse and incest, as well as the aftereffects suffered by victimized children.

Written by author and psychotherapist Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, this manual on a difficult and controversial topic provides invaluable information on sexual abuse, its aftereffects and how to protect yourself and your family. Giving detailed signs of sexual abuse in children, discovery methods, and step-by-step guidelines that empower you and your children against potential perpetrators, this book will assist in the prevention of abuse.

ISBN 0-9647757-2-7

Diba Ayten Yilmaz Publications

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“This is the first book in Turkish which explains how regression therapy works.  Book includes nearly 80 case studies of Diba’s regression therapy work including follow-up results. These case studies are the real stories of the persons who resolved their current problems by regression therapy. Diba has chosen her different cases and put them under titles such as “choices and truths”, “part of the ego in soul journey”, “soul searching for the balance”, “relationship problems”, “transforming the childhood influences”. Some of the cases are very short (one paragraph), some are long ( 1-2 pages). So the reader may have a wider perspective of understanding life and death and karma.  The book is a guide to comprehend deeply the human soul and his eternal journey. The aim of the book is; being a door to open to the reader’s own eternal journey.”

 

Mario Resende Publications

De outros Mundos

De Outros Mundos. Portugueses e Extraterrestres no Séc. XX, published in 2009 it’s an academic revision of several aspects of the UFO phenomena in Portugal from the Social point of view till the clinical one. Two members of Earth, Mário Simões and Mário Resende, published an article about memories of alien contacts and abductions in regression therapy and the way to work them therapeutically. Based on the literature review and their clinical experience they present how to help clients to deal with the traumatic effects of these contents.

 

 

 

 

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Psicologia da Consciência. Pesquisa e Reflexão em Psicologia Transpessoal published in 2003 and coordinated by two members of Earth, Mário Simoes and Mário Resende, presents research data and articles about Transpersonnal Psychology and Transpersonnal Psychotherapy, where Regression Therapy is included. Of special interest, the articles about spiritual emergencies, the psychiatric approach to mystical experiences, the specific ethical problems of Transpersonal Psychotherapy, the personal process of the transpersonal psychotherapist and the research about spiritual content in dreams and about healing migraines with regression therapy. In Portuguese, published by Lidel a science publishing house.

Mário Simões Publications

De outros Mundos

De Outros Mundos. Portugueses e Extraterrestres no Séc. XX, published in 2009 it’s an academic revision of several aspects of the UFO phenomena in Portugal from the Social point of view till the clinical one. Two members of Earth, Mário Simões and Mário Resende, published an article about memories of alien contacts and abductions in regression therapy and the way to work them therapeutically. Based on the literature review and their clinical experience they present how to help clients to deal with the traumatic effects of these contents.

 

 

 

 

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Psicologia da Consciência. Pesquisa e Reflexão em Psicologia Transpessoal published in 2003 and coordinated by two members of Earth, Mário Simoes and Mário Resende, presents research data and articles about Transpersonnal Psychology and Transpersonnal Psychotherapy, where Regression Therapy is included. Of special interest, the articles about spiritual emergencies, the psychiatric approach to mystical experiences, the specific ethical problems of Transpersonal Psychotherapy, the personal process of the transpersonal psychotherapist and the research about spiritual content in dreams and about healing migraines with regression therapy. In Portuguese, published by Lidel a science publishing house.

Altered States of Consciousness and Psychotherapy: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

by Mário Simões

Psychiatric University Clinic, Lisbon, Portugal

The main physiological and induced Altered States of Consciousness (ASCs) are outlined, as well as methods of induction. The phenomenology of ASCs is described and related to psychopathology. A short commentary is given about ASCs used in some ethnopsychotherapies. Psychotherapies of Western origin using ASCs, especially hypnosis, Holotropic Breathwork, and Personalized Experiential Restructuralization Therapy (Past-Life/Regression Therapy) areoutlined and discussed.

Altered (Waking) States of Consciousness (ASCs)

CULTURAL ISSUES were included, although in a limited fashion, in the diagnostic manuals ICD-10 (World Health Organization,1992) and DSM-IV (American Psychiatric Association, 1994). As Fabrega (1995) points out, the study of the cultural sciences as they pertain to psychiatry offers a necessary corrective to the increasing impersonality and reductionism that has come to characterize the neurobiological approach. A major enterprise in cultural psychiatry in recent years has been the integration of clinical science and anthropology (Minas, 1996).

This paper is also an attempt to make such an integration. It deals with a psychological phenomenon that is rooted in the cultural life of a wide variety of peoples and which has only recently come to the attention of Western researchers, in spite of a long European tradition in research on Altered States of Consciousness (Beringer, 1927; Stoll, 1947).

There is a current view that accepts the existence of different levels of reality, according to the state of consciousness (level) which an individual is in at the moment. Normal daily consciousness (the ordinary state of consciousness) gives access to an ordinary reality, but altered states of consciousness, for example, in dreaming, permit contact with a nonordinary reality. Less familiar forms of consciousness are those categorized under the general designation of altered states of consciousness (ASC). These should be understood as altered or modified in relation to the waking state of consciousness, since this ordinary state of consciousness can be considered, itself, an unusual state, impossible to maintain for long, and secured only by a modicum of perceptual intake and continuous interior discourse (Gowan, 1978). In fact, a discrete fluctuation in the ordinary state of consciousness exists, giving rise to what Tart (1975) calls discrete states of mind. Read more

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