Creativity means breaking out old, stale patterns and trying out new ways. That requires a high level of personal energy and an absence of fear and inhibitions. Regression can help with that. It can also directly access and liberate the sources of creativity in ourselves.
Secondly, the Congress is about creativity in the way we work as therapists. Many of you use creative techniques such as voice modulation, sketching, music, role-play, muscle testing with your clients that bring forth your style, your creativity, your brilliance – and of course results.
If you wish to find out what your colleagues are doing in this field and particularly if you want to share your work and research in the field of regression therapy, we welcome you to India in the year 2017.
What regression experiences teach us and how they can heal and empower us
Roosta Estonia, July 8-12, 2013
Pavel Gyngazov, M.D. (Russia) & Marion Boon, CRT (Netherlands) – Gender and Sexology – on power and impotence.
Hans Tendam (The Netherlands) – Riding the tiger, Interactions between Sensuality and Spirituality
Athanasios Komianos (Greece) – Living in a Foreign Body: Gender Dysphoria and Sex Identity Confusion
Christof von Keyserlingk (Germany) – The roots of our female and male identity
Juanita Puddifoot (UK) – Working with the ‘body’ DMP and the importance of working with the ‘body’ with females and males in regression therapy
Christine Alisa (USA) – Past Life Therapy with Children and Adolescents: How to implement the process as well as address sexuality, gender issues and the influences of parent’s and society’s impact on the child.
Kristiina Garancis (Estonia) – Become your own ideal partner: Archetypal man in every woman, archetypal woman in every man.
Diba Ayten Yilmaz (Turkey): The Hidden community
Anita Groenendijk (Netherlands) “Success in your business as therapist”
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