Maggie van Staveren, L.C.S.W., C.Ht.
It is important that we take a second look at our work as past-life therapists. We have learned a lot over the past few years. We are more aware of who we are, who our clients are, and more aware of the nature of our work as past-life therapists. Perhaps there is more than one technique to use with our clients. Now that we know more, let’s take a look at rescripting.
We and our clients are spiritual thinking beings in human form. The very word “man” means “thinker” in its Sanskrit origins. We think and by our thinking we create. Our greatest power is to choose our thinking. There is that part of us, soul, that can instantly communicate and create by thought.
As spiritual beings we live many lives in human form for a purpose. The purpose is to experience everything in this dimension and thereby learn the soul lessons we all have to learn. In our human existence we have experiences and make choices which have an influence on our beliefs about ourselves, other people, and our environment. Our beliefs are really a construct in which we can safely operate under current conditions. This psychological construct protects us and keeps us safe in our environment until we are ready to depart these safe boundaries by new information or understanding.