Past life therapy an effective psychotherapeutic approach /

by Lightbourn, Christina.

Abstract (Summary)
This literature review investigates the concept and practice of past life therapy. In past life therapy a client enters an altered state and accesses past life memories in order to heal and resolve situations in their current life. The historical and psychological foundations detailed here provide a framework for the outline and description of a past life therapy session. The process of preparing a client, the procedures used for induction, and the supportive and deepening techniques used to enhance the experience are discussed. The techniques necessary for processing and integrating information obtained during the session are stated. The theoretical hypotheses and psychotherapeutic assumptions supporting this theory are presented and the indications and contraindications for use in practice are shown. Concluding with a discussion on the inherent limitations of this model and limitations the client and therapist may bring to the session. The Graduate School University of Wisconsin Stout Menomonie, WI 54751
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School:University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

School Location:USA - Wisconsin

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:reincarnation therapy psychotherapy


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