by Sharon Barbell, B.A., M.M.
This article proposes the use of a technique called the “Integration Process” to help the client to become actively involved in his/her own resolution and healing. It is characterized as a method based upon traditional principles for use when a traditional regression does not completely resolve problems or remove negative barriers hindering one’s present-life situation. It provides interactive and immediate solutions, helping the client to feel independent and capable of reaching his/her goal(s). The process is described step-by-step, so that interested professionals could replicate it.
During my first several years of conducting past-life regressions, it seemed to me that something was lacking in the basic regression technique. While difficult to identify, it seemed to center on the process of transformation, or true healing.
I naturally understood the assimilation process and thought (as most regressionists probably do) when the conscious-unconscious bridge is crossed and understanding takes place, that healing occurs as a direct result. This is often the case. However, there was still something inexplicable missing. Two years ago I developed a process which has had a very positive impact on my regression work.
The term I have coined to label this extra step in the regression process is “The Integration Process.” Its purpose is to take the information given in the regression and immediately use it to the client’s benefit, providing the client with a method s/he can continue to employ well after the regression session to enhance its positive benefits.