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Philosophical Assumptions


  • We are multi-leveled conscious beings with many levels of awareness, ego states, and past life scenarios, actively at play any given moment in time. 

  • The physical, spiritual, and emotional levels are not often in harmony or aligned with each other, and states of dis-equilibrium or dis-ease are created.

  • we have an innate drive or instinct towad wholeness, integration, and equilibrium.

  • Pain and disharmony focus our attention on the non-algnment aspects of our psches, so that we are eventually forced to create a homeostatic balance, whether it be pathological or healthy. On a spiritual level, movement is toward karmic homeostasis.

  • Past life therapy enables a therapist to move a client to explore deeper parts of the psyche. The process allows a client to understand her/his inner myth and the emotional, attitudinal matrix that unconsciously influences her/his physical and motivational system.

  • Because these life scripts, problems, and life style patterns are replicated on many developmental levels, we can approach the resolution of these patterns in many ways and at different levels, such as in the current life patterns, or the peri- or pre-natal experience, or past life experiences.

  • Past life therapy's primary concern is not only in the alleviation of symptoms, but also focuses on the dynamics and attitudes that support the systems. The mental, emotional, and physical levels often need to be examined for symptom relief.

  • Past life therpay helps us to understand more profoundly the mind-body-spirit connection, and how we as evolving souls are responsible for creating our universe for our own spiritual growth. 

  • The primary aim of past life therapy is to help the individual to live a more integrated life style, to live in the here and now, to realize her/his connectedness to the universe, and to participate in the creative process that gives meaning to each moment of awarenes. 


Therapeutic assumptions

  • Presenting problems, symptoms and situations are not what they appear.

  • Insights does not necessarily bring change.

  • Past life patterns are utilized to understand and to retrieve unconscious motivational factors.

  • Resistances are reactive patterns that need to be examined in the therapeutic process and may indicate important episodes to be explored.

  • Physical, emotional. and mental patterns, whether pathological or healthy, are functions for the development of the individual.

  • There is a transcendent funciton within the psychological make-up of the individual that knows the origin of the problems and teh resolution of the those problems.

  • There may be paranormal aspects to a problem.

  • Unconscious projections and processes on the part of the therapist play an important role in the therapeutic context and affect the responses of the client. 

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