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What is Regression Therapy
Regression is discovering and reliving earlier experiences that cause present complaints, issues and problems.  Finding and reliving these undigested experiences unlocks emotions and brings insight into how present complaints originate. Regression therapy helps to reframe such memories, so that you can resolve negative influences from the past and retrieve the energy that was lost in the problem. In this way you will feel more whole and content in the present moment, able to resolve your problems and continue your life in a more creative, healthier and meaningful way.
Regression therapy deals with experiences from childhood, (pre)natal experiences, ‘life between lives’ experiences, past lives and experiences passed on through the family line, energetic influences and many other related issues. Your subconscious knows where the cause and solution of your issue is and how to get there. That’s what we work with in regression therapy.
Presenting complaints like fears, depression, passivity, or negative beliefs like “it’s all my fault” may have causes in the past. The same is true for many physical complaints.
Forgotten experiences contain emotional wounds that never healed.  These programs from the past only change when we understand how they were caused and why we have held on to them. Finding and reliving undigested experiences unlocks emotions and brings insight into how present complaints have their roots in those experiences.
Regression therapy is faster and more effective than classical forms of psychoanalysis or regular forms of behavioural therapy.  Regression is the liberating discovery and healing of concrete and specific past experiences and their mental, emotional and physical aftermath. 
Regression therapy works well with inexplicable fears, depression without a clear cause, unexplainable guilt or shame, psychosomatic problems and relationship problems.
Regression therapy is relatively short. One or two sessions are enough to find out if this is going to work or not. For most people it works well.

Results of regression therapy, like most other forms of psychotherapy, can be distinguished in:
  • Mental results: clarity, mindfulness, self-knowledge, understanding people, liberation of limiting beliefs.
  • Emotional results: inner calm, self-acceptance and self-confidence, restored empathy and positive emotions and expression of emotions.
  • Somatic results: disappearing of psychosomatic complaints like low energy, tensions, hypersensitivities and symptoms without medical explanations.
Regression therapists use reliving to get to forgotten, ignored or repressed experiences that are bothering people, but also to reactivate positive feelings, forgotten positive experiences and sleeping talents.
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