People.com editor finds session successful
In the "We Tried It' section of the Sept 7, 2017 issue of People.com, editor Alex Heigl reports on his experience working through a past life memory with Ann. He does a nice job reporting on the theory and technique of past life therapy, and then launches into his own analysis/rationalizations of where the memories may have come from. In the end, he summarizes as follows:
The Verdict: A person I interviewed prior to my session summed things up far better than I could: “I don’t know or care whether these are actual lifetimes my soul had. That’s beside the point. The narratives and issues I saw mirrored to me issues that I was grappling with, and gave me different perspectives on my own ingrained patterns about those issues.” [Emphasis mine.]
We can debate the metaphysics of past-life regression until we’re all blue in the face, but the point is that it’s a form of therapy regardless, albeit a nontraditional one. If you’re able to uncover, deal with, and feel better about issues you’re facing via past-life regression, then it’s a success, and probably a more fun one than your usual therapy session.
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