Like with hypnotherapy, regression therapy is not for everyone. That’s why I set a free consultation with all my clients before we book an appointment. I ask questions about your personal history to get a feeling for the issues you might want to address in the session, to make sure this type of therapy is appropriate for you. But despite all my experience and care, there’s no way I can know for sure if you will be able to access a past life memory until we try it. Still, the odds are good: about 95% of my clients do go back to a past life in the first session.
From what I can tell, successfully accessing a past life has nothing to do with how many books you’ve read about past life therapy or reincarnation, or how much you want it. It has more to do with your soul’s readiness, our rapport, your openness and willingness to change, as well as forces unknown or unforseen on that particular day. Every session is different.
Clients who did not access a past life memory sometimes find that they were changed by something that came up during the interview–apparently, just from focusing on their issues with me–or from regressing to an early childhood experience, which is not uncommon.