Regression Therapy
Regression Therapy

Publications by EARTh members



by Hans TenDam

The topic of next year’s convention is slowly seeping into my mind. When the most potent therapy known to man is juxtaposed to the most potent pastime of men and beasts, we may expect an interesting brew.

But is sex the most potent pastime? In brain research sex, love and romance – the ancient three – appear to be related to quite different brain areas. And which of the three involves our organism the most? Right – romance!

After all, sex is just physical effort and physical discharge, but romance is that mind-bending, heartrending, gut-wrenching state that is making and breaking people’s lives. I know that very well, as I read it in a book. Read more



VICE PRESIDENT’s LETTER by Athanasios Komianos

Our president asked me to write in the section of the president’s letter. He seems to have been worn out from the convention and the TASSO training right before that. But it is surprising that he was not terrified by my emotional speech at the opening night. After leaving from Germany and returning home I felt content. This must have been the best convention that I have attended in six years. It seems that a lot of attendants shared the same feeling. I am talking about the energy exchange and the profound experiences that we all had. Many people complained about the venue and the menu, quite rightly so. But we cannot have it all. We were at a beautiful and calm place and we had great workshops and indeed a very high quality of presentations. It is a shame that a lot of members did not make it to the convention which was indeed really successful. Read more


MAY 2012

by Hans TenDam

People seek therapy because they want to change something. Which means they are not perfectly happy with their life as it is. Why are people unhappy? Because they suffer from something, at least from imperfection.

What happens with people who are perfect? First, not very much. Second, they make other people envious. Third, they drive the Gods crazy.

So the Gods send all kinds of unhappiness our way. Their first option is to strike us with blindness. If that doesn’t work, they play the dirtiest trick in the book: they grant us our wishes. Happiness may be a warm gun, but guns cool pretty quickly. And when the smoke has risen, we may see we have hit the wrong people. Life stinks. Read more


MARCH 2012

by Hans TenDam

The Board had its winter meeting. Who cares? Well, we do. Let’s start with the good news: we still have money in the bank and better, we see no reason to increase membership dues. The bad news is of course that we are ashamed of ourselves, even positively guilty.

Those of us who come from a country with a Roman-Catholic or Greek-Orthodox background feel ashamed, those of us from a country with a Protestant background feel guilty. After all, not all of our members are rich and happy, and who is to blame for that. I am afraid to say: the Board. Who else is responsible? The higher we stand, the more the crushing weight of responsibility. Read more



by Hans TenDam

Our Honorary Member Roger Woolger passed away on November 18 in upstate New York. He suffered from melanoma. One of the big names in our field has gone.

About 1989 I saw a video about his work when I was in Brazil. I remember that I immediately saw he would be worthwile as a postgraduate teacher for my graduates in the Netherlands. They had heard of him meanwhile too and they invited him. What convinced me that he was a great therapist? The way his foot was making a circular movement while he was sitting next to the client. I cannot interpret this, but it gave me the feeling that he really was with his client. Read more



by Hans TenDam

In a past life, about 30 years ago, I was quite normal – I think. I took things as they came. But I didn’t take people as they came. Oh no! I had all kinds of thoughts about them. I weighed them, classified them, judged them, categorized them and stamped them. In short, I had opinions about them. I was a good judge of people. Even my wife sometimes agreed with me.

In my present life that all changed. I am a therapist AS you know, even worse, a regression therapist. Even worse than a regression therapist, a past-life therapist. Come to think of it, even worse: doing all kind of nonsense: remote sessions, releasing spirits, guiding people through non-physical experiences. I no longer take things as they are: I suspect backgrounds everywhere. But I do take people as they are. Read more


MAY 2011

by Hans TenDam

When did you last time refer a client to her doctor? When did you last time got a client being referred to you by the doctor? ‘Never’ is the probable answer to both questions. Only a few colleagues get referrals from doctors, only a few refer to doctors, I guess.

In an ideal world, the two groups would not only mutually refer clients; the two groups would work pretty often together. (Unless your image of an ideal world is a world without problems, without suffering, without patients.) In an ideal world, we even would collaborate with the pharmaceutical industry. Why do I think that? Read more



by Hans TenDam

No, this is not about borderline people as clients. Though that might be an interesting topic. I want to share some thoughts about an area that we may come across now and then. Anyway, I did come across it. Actually, many times.

When we regress our clients to the source of their problems, we most often encounter early childhood experiences, including birth trauma and even traumatic experiences in the womb. Also very often, we find past-life experiences, usually traumatic death experiences. How do we know those are true? Well, apart from metaphysical considerations, the fact that these regressions bring healing to otherwise unsolvable problems, is a strong indication. Read more



by Hans TenDam

What have these two fields to do with each other? Very little and quite a lot. As I have been a management consultant for almost 40 years, I met many leaders of companies and public institutions. I have met few very good leaders, because those people rarely need external consultants. And I have met few very bad leaders, because those avoid external consultants. With only a few of the leaders I met I have done regressions, but many of my regression clients had leadership experiences, either in this life or in a past life. I think I can sense those when I meet them for the first time. Let me share a number of my impressions and conclusions. Read more

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