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1. Aura exploration of relationship issues
Sometimes relationships that should be loving, eg. parent-child, siblings or partners, are toxic. This indicates an influence of previous lifetimes by pseudo-obsessors or karmic obsessors. When we face or even think of the the other, our pseudo-obsessor takes over and shows in the aura. Thus aura exploration is a natural route to resolve such relationships.
2. Verbal exploration of body parts
Verbal exploration of body parts or tissues that are hindering us identifies what is there, can solve the underlying problem, and helps to re-integrate the body part into the over-all organism.
3. Healing disowned and murdered soul parts
The client has a story to tell, which usually involves rejected Inner Children and repressed emotions. These parts are subconsciously pushed back in the shadows, eventually affecting the adult personality – the client. Detection of these disowned fragments can be an eye-opener and help in the healing with cognitive understanding.
4. Power lifetimes with projected consciousness.
Sometimes they may have stepped into hatred or revenge, and after death this can result in deep self blame, shame and guilt.
5. The goodwill treatment of dark spirits
Clients sometimes see dark entities like witches, cruel personalities, ugly misshapen personalities. These souls have lost their way, are not in a good space and are suffering. Taking them back into a time when everything was good, resolving the events that led to them turning towards evil helps them to heal and change.
6. Resolving MID (minimal identity disorder) with verbal exploration
We are rarely completely ourselves. We don’t identify with a lot of what we are; we identify with a lot that we are not. Using “I am …” for a verbal exploration clarifies that and helps to correct it.To do a ‘spring cleaning’ once a year of our self-image is advisable.
7. Going beyond the 'story'
Lasting change comes when we are able to identify repeating patterns in our lives.
Clients are greatly helped when encouraged to move beyond the drama of their immediate or past life ‘stories’ and identify the life lessons or themes underlying the emotions …rise above the trees and look at the woods, so to speak.
8. Working with PTSD
PTSD clients can experience flashbacks, nightmares, hyperarousal, negative changes in beliefs and feelings. How can we use regression therapy techniques in a way that is useful for these clients?
Techniques from trauma-experts like Bessel van der Kolk and Peter Levine help clients that aren’t yet ready to go through the experience fully.