Regression Therapy
Regression Therapy

Regression Therapy

Body Wisdom by Anita Groenendijk

Anita Groenendijk will teach how to use the wisdom of the body in Regression Therapy.

You will learn how to use the muscle test to find attached energies in regression sessions.

Language: English and Turkish.

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Reiki Zentrum Dresden, “Wer bin ich?” Selbstfindung in der Reinkarnationstherapie

In diesem dreitägigen Workshop gehen wir dieser Frage nach und lernen mit verschiedenen Methoden aus der Reinkarnationstherapie Persönlichkeitsanteile kennen und integrieren. Der Workshop ist für alle geeignet, die sich auf dem Weg zu sich selbst befinden.

Wir werden Techniken der Regressionstherapie, der Aufstellungsarbeit, Körperbewegungen, Atemarbeit, Malen usw. nutzen, um unsere verschiedenen Teile zu erleben. So erfahren wir, was deren Geschichte ist und wie wir sie heilen und letztlich integrieren können.  Wir möchten so mehr und mehr Ganz werden und die Teile in uns heilen, welche uns bisher daran hinderten ein erfülltes Leben zu leben.

Christoph und Chanda haben langjährige Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit „Multiplen Persönlichkeiten“. Christoph und Chanda unterstützen die Teilnehmer während der vielen intensiven und tiefgreifenden Übungen.
Informationen zum Workshop:
Termin: 22. – 24. Juni 2018
Sprache: Deutsch
Fr 14-19 Uhr
Sa 10-18 Uhr (inkl. Mittagspause)
So 10-17 Uhr (inkl. Mittagspause)
Preis: 225 € (Frühbucher – bis 27.04.2018 – 205€)
Ort: Reiki-Zentrum Dresden – Louisenstr. 9 (im Hinterhaus) – Dresden-Neustadt

Anmeldung: schriftlich (Anmeldebogen bitte nutzen) per Post oder E-Mail
Informationen: Chanda von Keyserlingk (Reinkarnationstherapeut in Dresden)

Tel.:+49 0351 / 801 555 4

zum Download: Seminarbeschreibung und Anmeldung

***Translation to English is possible.

Research Study on ‘What Does Not Work in Regression Therapy’ – Paula Fenn

EARTh Research Committee Report

Topic: Research Study on ‘What Does Not Work in Regression Therapy’


This Research Report conveys a range of findings determined from a research study conducted with 15 Regression Therapists who were dominantly members of EARTh (80% EARTh, 20% non-EARTh). The topic of the study was ‘What Does Not Work in Regression Therapy’ and the data was collected via questionnaires. The intention of this study was to generate data on this particular topic which would contribute to the field of knowledge within Regression Therapy whilst also creating a reflective awareness about practice. The findings were analysed using simplified versions of thematic and content analysis and this methodological approach was adopted to structure the data into meaningful themes of problematic areas within which the study respondents had experienced difficulties either as practitioners of Regression Therapy and/or clients. The data communicated by the participants offered rich and meaningful content and allowed for a purposeful analysis which indeed allowed for reflection and a heightened awareness of practice, whilst offering a contribution to the knowledge base of the field. Whilst a number of the answers were unique in focus there was an ability to collate the data into the dominant themes of Resistance, The Integration of Other Therapeutic Approaches, The Making of Meaning, Not Attending to the Clients Practical Needs, Not Appropriately Attending to the Clients Material and Self Reflection/Self Awareness.

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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

Diba Ayten Yilmaz Publications


“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.”


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.








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.

Treating the Core Issue

by Trisha Caetano

Core issues underlie behavior, says this author. When using past-life regression therapy (PLRT), she advises, it is important to address the client’s case from an overview position, using the client’s response to a theme to focus the session on a search for the core of a behavior pattern instead of the surface presenting problem. The purpose of PLRT then is to remove the subconscious reactive part of a traumatic past-life experience, putting the individual in present time in a position of conscious choice instead of reactive programming.

A core issue may be defined as a viewpoint or feeling that motivates behavior. A core-issue incident is an experience that causes an individual to form a viewpoint, feeling or emotion that originates a pattern of behavior. Primary core issues are: anger, fear, control, worth/worthlessness, good/bad, power/helplessness, trust/betrayal, loss, guilt, etc.

 There may be one primary core issue active in a specific lifetime and any number of secondary issues associated with it or derived from it. For example, concepts of “good” and “bad” are usually formed early on the time line of the reincarnation cycle. There can be a number of lifetimes when, because of entirely different circumstances, the individual may have concluded that he (or she) was bad, and then associated other viewpoints around this core issue, programming and cross-referencing them on the same tape in the memory banks. These are the secondary core issues. Read more

Reincarnation and Ecology by Athanasios Komianos

A Contribution to the Coming Generations 1


“As you sow, so shall you reap”


This is a call to all colleague regression therapists to contribute to a deeper and better understanding of our relationship to the environment in terms of reincarnation. According to all the incoming scientific data it is more than evident that human activities have a deep impact on Mother Earth. Homo Sapiens, is pushing the planet to its limits. What we do today has a direct and probably irreversible effect on the fate of the planet. We are poisoning the habitat of the coming generations. However, what most of us have never thought about is that it is we who will harvest the problems that we planted today. It will be us in different bodies, our future incarnations, that will reap the disasters in the future. Our descendants will be none else but we ourselves…

The most imperative contribution to our fellow humans is to undertake the task to share with them our findings with them. One hundred years after the publication of Col. Albert de Rochas’ findings in 1911, the “great grandfather” of regression research, we should come up with a compilation of our recent insights. We could even address this topic on the next World Congress by contributing and sharing our findings. Thus, we could clearly demonstrate to skeptic scientists that the cycles of life were always present and that our actions had always had an effect upon ourselves, our environment and our future. It is our duty to make our fellow humans realize that everything is interrelated and interconnected. Any action taken today has a direct impact on ourselves first, before it affects others around us, or the future.

[1] In no way do I intend to plagiarize or even reach the impetus of Ian Stevenson’s monumental work Reincarnation and Biology, which may be considered to be the single most decisive contribution to the acceptance of the concept of reincarnation by future generations. Read more

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