by Heather S. Friedman Rivera, R.N., J.D., Ph.D.
Previous research on the healing benefits of past-life regression is mainly based on anecdotal and individual case studies. There is a need to collect and analyze a broad cross-section of data on past-life regression and therapeutic results. A study is being conducted to collect and analyze the beneficial outcomes and healing reported by past-life experiencers. For this study, a web-based survey was created and launched for wide exposure to a broad audience. To date, 180 confidential surveys from respondents of various ages, gender, religious upbringing, and experiences have been obtained and analyzed. Analysis revealed that there are measureable and consistent beneficial effects as a direct result of past-life regression. The analysis also revealed the major types of benefits, degrees, and demographic influencers. The most prevalent beneficial outcome reported thus far by respondents is that death no longer holds as much fear for them. Religious and/or cultural upbringing does not appear to significantly affect reported benefits. The number of past-life experiences appears to be the major influencer of benefits realized.
An independent research study is being conducted in order to quantify the healing benefits and beneficial outcomes that many have reported resulting directly from the past-life experience. The goal is to evaluate the subject’s direct experience and what, if any, healing resulted from it. To date, 200 surveys have been received from around the world. This article discusses some of the results from the initial 180 survey respondents.