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Initiations

by Gudrun Sanden, Norway   A life changing process at the EARTh pre-convention in Kemer.   The topic of the group exercise with Hans TenDam in the first day of the pre-convention was reliving a failed and a successful initiation experience. At the second day of the pre-Convention, as the

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Hollenberg’s point of view on Regression Therapy.

 Heleen Hollenberg’s contribution to the EARTh Panel Discussion on September 22nd 2022 Today, the world is in crisis: a climate crisis, an environmental crisis, and a psychological crisis: in NL 5% of all people are suffering from depression per year and 17% of the working population per year is suffering

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Report: Simposio Internacional De Terapia Regresiva

Our member Heike Bettendorf, also a member of AETR, kindly reports about the International Regression Therapy Symposium that was held between 24-26 June, 2022 in Málaga, Spain for Spanish speaking attendees. Besides Heike, our members Andy Tomlinson and Marion Boon were the presenters in the symposium. Simposio Internacional De Terapia

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Inner Child Therapy on War Traumas

an interview with Trisha Caetano by Gözde Tabak   Since February the world is witnessing the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. There are thousands of people affected first hand and many more by the effects of war. Even by watching the news, feelings of despair, fear, helplessness and anger

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Regression therapy is entering the psychiatric field in Suriname

Regression therapy is entering the psychiatric field in Suriname While I was in Suriname in February this year I had the honour to be present at the promotion of dr. Kamla Nannan Panday-Jhingoeri. This psychiatrist became a ‘doctor of medical science’ because of her study of working with ‘Transpersonal regression

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Embodied spirituality – a psycho-spiritual approach to healing trauma by Juanita Pudifoot

by Juanita Pudifoot and Biggi Hofmann This article first appeared in the July 2018 issue of Thresholds, published by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy United Kingdom.©’ We decided to write this article after inspiring explorations of similarities and differences in the methods of deep memory process (DMP) and psychodrama psychotherapy, and how both approaches use

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Altered States of Consciousness and Psychotherapy: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

by Mário Simões Psychiatric University Clinic, Lisbon, Portugal The main physiological and induced Altered States of Consciousness (ASCs) are outlined, as well as methods of induction. The phenomenology of ASCs is described and related to psychopathology. A short commentary is given about ASCs used in some ethnopsychotherapies. Psychotherapies of Western

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The Presence of Other Worlds In Psychotherapy and Healing

by Roger Woolger An earlier version of this paper was first presented to the Beyond the Brain Conference, held at St. John’s College, Cambridge University, England, August, 1999. It was later published in its current form in Thinking Beyond the Brain, edited by David Lorimer, Floris Books, Edingburgh, 2001. A

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The Secret History of Reincarnation by Roger Woolger

by Roger Woolger Worn-out garments Are shed by the body: Worn-out bodies Are shed by the dweller Within the body. New bodies are donned By the dweller, like garments. -Bhagavad-Gita II (Extracted from Healing Your Past Lives, Sounds True, Boulder, Colorado, 2004) Not long ago, I saw a slogan on

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Deep Memory Process and the Healing of Trauma

by Roger Woolger and Andy Tomlinson What are Deep Memories? Cheryl was a young professional psychotherapist who attended one of our workshops on Deep Memory Process.  She was a very able therapist but had always suffered from crippling panic attacks when it came to speaking out in groups. By the

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