Marion Boon, C.P.L.T.
International Practice for Regression Therapy and Research, IPARRT, has started a series of research projects concerning 11 selected types of ailments and diseases. Often a diagnosis does not exactly cover the complaint, or the therapist/doctor classifies many forms of a disease under the same label. Your client knows about the complaints, pains, obstructions that (s)he suffers from. You make them explicit and start the healing investigations.
Past Life Regression Therapy (PLRT) is THE most promising therapy of this century, our clients need it, and our fellow humans including our doctors and the ones who teach them, should know about it. The client is the one who is the expert of his or her own life (they just do not always realize that). Their opinion and well being is the most important reference, their health is at stake. Incurable diseases are a challenge for PLRT since we have experienced so far that so much healing takes place, there may be a lot more to come.
Academic researchers do not read existing research apparently. The invaluable information that is already available (such as research done on the Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome, MPS and hearing voices—by Ronald van der Maessen) does not seem to be taken into account at all.
Many people find their way to our practices and heal themselves. Many people heal partly or entirely from ailments that they were told they would have to live with. Diseases, for which there is no known cure in objective academic approaches, appear to transform and have diminished during and after the therapeutic process in PLRT. Even some birth defects have proven to be curable. We know that techniques used in PLRT rapidly influence, for the better, a variety of aggressive diseases.
Clients achieve permanent results with Past Life Regression Therapy, PLRT, often in only a few sessions, sometimes in more sessions; all depending on the client’s own process and condition. The wonderful effectiveness of PLRT is often enough not sufficiently documented and objective science simply does not know what PLRT has to offer humanity in general and patients in particular.
Unfortunately, this is also the reason why so many others working with “traditional” or “conventional” therapies come and steal the gold. They do so without taking the trouble to dive into the gold mine where they would find more valuable information and insights. Newspapers in the Netherlands recently reported negatively on the results of regression therapy with clients having suffered sexual abuse. NOT ONE of the therapists in that research was a true regression therapist. Inquiries with the professional association found no colleagues taking part in that research. All of the researchers are conventional therapists using PLRT techniques without being specifically educated or certified. They performed this research without knowing even a bit about energy, soul and the interaction of obsessive influences! NO wonder they misinterpreted the client information: they conclude and judge too soon. This is what happens with the “false memory syndrome”—to quote Hans TenDam in an earlier article, “it is a false conclusion syndrome!”
Furthermore I wish to emphasize the worrisome situation of our institutionalized care; our medical health rules. A client uses medication for years at a stretch; medication developed for short-term use only. Who checks on the prescribing doctor? Long term drug use causes kidney failure; but who stops it? A surgeon sees it too late and the family doctor did not even realize what he was doing (example here is from a documented case from Pharmacy students). Examples enough can be given: children are medicated with anti-depressants while it is known that they are not working; yet, the drug use damages their health. The true causes of their depressions are not even looked at/for.
I present here some examples in my practice of PLRT. One of my clients was in psychiatric “help” for 10 years; comprised of weekly, and then monthly, sessions. There were no positive results or relief. He learned to be dependent on the system and hesitated to stand on his own two feet. Only three PLRT sessions cured him of his problems. Another client used anti-depressants for 28 years…she found no support when she wanted to stop and get back amongst others to have a happy sex life. Surviving was more important for her doctor(s) than quality of life, but evidently not for her. She had approximately 15 sessions and her life has changed for the better. Her own reports and evaluations show the wave-structure of the PLRT process: feeling great and feeling deeply down, feeling better and feeling worse, learning to walk again, but she is now feeling and living at last.
Remember how, in the late ’60s, many housewives were medicated just to keep the system going (“mothers little helper”)? Remember how groups like the Hell’s Angels originated: veterans dropped out of society and could not adjust to society anymore? They lost their feeling with it and felt (and were) ignored. Many of them became drug users and, it is like in country music, forever wandering, always on the road. Repression had its time, did a lot of damage and it should end here.
National health care is an evidently malfunctioning structure; it looks more like an institutionalized National illness framework. It keeps people repressed and consuming medicines, continually identifying new “syndromes” and focusing on medication only. There is a need for this promising PLRT and the pioneering phase is over. It is a skill, a craftsmanship that is a great challenge and implies lots of rewarding work.
Some IPARRT clients were quite rapidly (partially) healed from “Tinnitus”—which means hearing ringing in the ear. You, dear colleague, will have had similar experiences. What would happen if we compare the stories behind these ailments? What if we find similar experiences of causes and origins? What can we do with a similar experience in the healing treatment? Would it not be a great achievement if we could show the recordings and results of healing, even partial healing, in order to prevent people from long years of needless suffering and even mutilation?
WE know that there is more, WE know that human beings suffer from matter AND from soul; unfortunately the medical circuits do NOT know. Still there is a tendency and even a policy to ignore that humans have a soul. Objective Science simply disregards that and misses one of the most elementary components of what creates a human being: subjectivity and inter-subjectivity!
Treatment of people today is still as if they are only flesh and bones. It is a long known fact that we can suffer from our soul needs and unconsciously present “psychic” influences. Today, psychiatrists give permission for the amputation of healthy legs and arms because they IGNORE, or simply do not know of, our work. Let us be very clear here. It is about time that we, who know that there are more chances for healing, join forces. It is about time to come forward with more research results. More than once the Discovery Channel has broadcast stories of patients who plea with a surgeon to amputate their leg(s) and it was done (in UK). In the United States, psychiatrists have sent their patients on for amputation; they simply DO NOT KNOW about alienation problems, caused by energetic loss, attachments, and possession. We request that therapists who get clients with this problem contact IPARRT or a colleague with VAST professional experience with obsessions and possessions (read Deep Healing for more information). These clients need a skillful professional who feels certain in this approach. If you are uncertain of your ability, please send them to someone who is. This can be heavy work and it needs to be thorough.
Double blind materialistic research does not work here: each client is different, each therapist is different, and every session is different. Human beings are not only object and matter: we are fortunately highly influenced by our minds, our soul and our feelings, both cognitive and physical. So we shall just continue to do our job and we will document it to make it known.
Examples of successful therapy are many-fold. Depressions are often not illness, but a beginning of a cure, a cleansing in which old charges must be lived through in order to release them. Obesity is sometimes a way to hide a vulnerability of sorts and may carry a past life charge “never to be hungry again.” Some clients suffering from bad eyesight are able to improve their sight and decrease the prescription for their glasses. The Dutch therapist, Pieter Wierenga, helped a client bring her glasses from –13 to –3, which is a non-insignificant difference. His new book on this subject is due for editing this summer. All PLRT therapists have examples of unexpected healing and we know case studies from our own clients and from the literature we have available (Hans TenDam’s handbook Deep Healing and his research, Winafred Lucas’ Regression Therapy Handbook are good examples). Yet our doctors do not read or know of this important information. Universities do not teach of the remarkable and sometimes astonishing results of PLRT. Our medical students miss vital information. Our doctors confront questions for a level of human problems they cannot answer nor solve and yet they are supposed to deal with them and be responsible. Diagnoses are made according to the “objective matter only” policy, and for most technical medical work our doctors do a very good job. It is a wonderful achievement how far science has come, but for “subjective suffering” and unexplained ailments, for “psychological” and “psychiatric” diagnosis, they still have to work with insufficient and outdated tools and superseded information. That should no longer be the case! Therefore, practitioners of PLRT, which is a unique combination of cognitive, physical, and soul therapy, need to document their sessions and their clients’ results. We need to structure our findings and make the information available to others.
For the IPARRT research program and the set up created for it, the choice of topics was made taking into account that the results and healing achieved should not be difficult to check, to ascertain, or to identify. This research concerns ailments and diseases that should be verifiable for the medical professionals who were or are involved in the diagnosis of the client’s disease. For example, others around the client notice the healing or decreasing in size of an easily identifiable birthmark, such as a dark red spot on the face. A client, who healed from a benign and ugly tumor on her lip, found the doctor wondering what had happened there. A client who has been diagnosed with thyroid gland problems, who has healed entirely or partly in PLRT, will notice that the doctors acknowledge the better condition in the next medical check up. A person who had some tumors and was scheduled for an operation after she did 2 sessions, came to the hospital for X-rays and the doctors saw that the tumors are gone. That is verifiable and cannot be ignored.
Of course, such cases would be great, but we do not know in advance what will happen nor how soon.
When a client suffering from M.S. has partially healed, it is not evident immediately and, a client’s doctor does not always note such healing as M.S. can take years before it worsens. In some cases, a doctor may acknowledge healing. Stomach aches and intestinal problems are not easy to check by medical staff, as they are highly subjectively experienced issues. They are suitable for this research since so many people find healing with PLRT. It would be good to know more about the originating causes of such ailments. Fibromyalgia is a very painful disease and “conventional” treatment or health aid is insufficient and not promising. IPARRT reports several healed clients who suffered from this rheumatism of the weak body parts; their complaints were triggered in their youth and had roots in more than one past life.
Let us begin our research, while helping others to heal themselves. Let us start with the selected topics below.
The research will be the combined efforts of colleague therapists, IBRT certified, with at least 2 years experience in the practice of present and past life regression therapy. In the Netherlands this research program is just about to start and we are requesting colleagues in the United States and around the world apply to participate in this research.
IPARRT will provide you with the research schedule when you sign up, and the rest is up to you. You may already have some clients suffering from complaints that have the same diagnosis and that could be a new topic of this research.
The research program focuses on the following ailments and diseases:
- Tinnitus (ringing in the ear, hearing a disturbing noise)
- Multiple Sclerosis—M.S. (exists in many varieties, please be explicit in what medical diagnoses were given)
- Fibromyalgia (rheumatism of the weak body parts)
- Stomach aches, ulcers, intestinal diseases
- Eye sight (for all who need glasses, or have bad and diminishing eye sight)
- Thyroid gland problems
- Skin diseases:
- Eczema and psoriasis
- Non-disturbing but esthetically disturbing such as skin spots, dark red “wine” spots since birth
- Epilepsy (also with young children—working with and through a parent)
- Dyslexia (define the real problem your client has, many forms are labeled with this name)
- The phenomenon of having limbs that seem to live their own life, i.e. people asking for amputation of a healthy arm or leg, or both!
The focus of this research will be the work of therapist and client and will not include the employment of spirit guides, masters or other outside beings giving assistance in the healing; the therapist and client will be fully and controllably responsible. Before starting the research, we request that you join a workshop in which we shall submit structural information and technical, methodological guidelines. All participating practitioners must be acquainted with both past and present Life Regression Therapy, since ailments will involve triggers and/or causes in childhood and may originate in other lifetimes, or situations before birth into this present lifetime. Check, and take into account, all that surfaces in the sessions; deal with as much as possible. PLRT implies not only the regular skills, but also the certainty to know your own boundaries and to stay responsible for the therapy process.
IPARRT hopes to find colleagues who know how to make the distinction between energy belonging to a person and foreign energy/attachments that do not belong to their clients. We also hope to reach colleagues who will help to develop this research into a valuable and respected work of documentation, which provides reference material. One aim of this program is to generate as much documentation as possible regarding therapy proceedings and results in focused research topics while simultaneously offering therapy to the “subjects” who are the “objects” of investigation. IPARRT offers the instructions for the procedure at no cost by.
The setup is as follows:
- You will start with a lecture to the public in your hometown. At this lecture, you announce the coming workshop on the specific issue of the mentioned series of diseases.
- After the workshop, when you know the participants more or less, you select and invite those who fit the criteria to join the research program as clients.
- The method of selection and workshop details will be provided as a guideline by IPARRT. IPARRT will provide the guidelines for selection and the workshop details.
- It is your own responsibility to work with your clients, as is usual.
- At least 6–8 sessions should be done and, if you work in one-hour sessions only, 8–10 are advised unless your client heals before!
- Perform evaluations after 6 sessions and at the end of therapy.
- Evaluate again 6 months after ending the therapy. Please include all writings and notes from both client and therapist. All sessions are to be taped/recorded in order to check them later, if needed. With skin spots and psoriasis, it is a stimulating extra to photograph both before and after the end of therapy.
IPARRT provides the following:
- The text of an informative introductory lecture targeted to an audience of non-therapists. This includes bibliography and case-examples.
- An outline to use as a guideline for participating colleagues in this research program.
- A detailed professional workshop text including three group sessions with workshop participants. You will select “subject–clients” from this group. This workshop will last three to five hours.
- A handout with guidelines to conduct research sessions. As these are regression therapy sessions, and not hypnotherapy, there is little time involved in any relaxation or induction. The handout contains outlines for the structure of this therapeutic research. All clients are different and therapists need to use their own personal style and creativity.
Clients will do a first session in the workshop group (on their specific ailment, disease, or topic) and all following sessions will be individual sessions in the therapist’s practice. In the second session, the therapist addresses the research topic and work according to the guidelines.
Tape all sessions, preferably in mini disc or other computer applicable recording methods.
The therapist and the client are to write short reports after each session. Therapists note which techniques they used and what specific issues they dealt with. The client notes what happened and how they felt right after, and a few days after, the session.
During the entire research, IPARRT will be available for help and support if requested.
What you will gain by participation in this project yourself, apart from the above practical helpful material, is a special experience, with hopefully an interesting and useful research result. Of course the joined efforts of this colleague network will be mentioned if publication should follow. You will receive a fully detailed “integration session,”* composed from “Deep Healing” techniques as a beautiful present at the end of therapy for your client. Last, but not least, your town will know your name after your (series of?) lectures and the wonderful workshops you conducted.
Unfortunately, IPARRT is not in the position yet to offer you a financial support so that you could give your clients any discount. Your clients will have to pay what you ask, although it would be nice to offer them a closure session as a reward for their work—recordings, evaluations, etc.
At this time, it is as life itself: however important and practical, it is a value other than money that is at stake here!
I hope that your enthusiasm for this project raises your interest.
IPARRT/Marion Boon, C.P.L.T.
Contact IPARRT at: [email protected]
*closure session: an integration of all present lifetime personality-parts and inner children according to a special energy and healing procedure, and an integration of all past lives that were experienced during therapy, with focus on the special talents and skills from previous times.