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Majic Medicine.

Documentary Main Title: Majic Medicine.

A Netflix documentary.

Initial release: November 8, 2018
Director & Producer: Monty Wates

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Review by Athanasios Komianos

This is an interesting documentary in the sense that it provides us with a lot of interesting insights from a novel approach that was certainly much needed. In this documentary we see medical researchers test psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, as a possible and alternate treatment for depression. Several volunteers offered themselves to be tested on this preliminary initiative, since conventional approaches seemed not have produced any changes on their mood.

Watching through this film I reached on the 25th minute of the video where I could easily relate to Mr … Read the rest



Video Review by Athanasios Komianos

I really like seeing real life movies, true stories brought on a movie screen. I was really surprised when I saw the thumbnail of a movie on Allan Kardec the founder of the Spiritism movement which was far more Influential In Brazil than In his homeland, France. I Immediately clicked on It and I am very glad because it was not a waste of time. It showed the Internal conflict that tormented the professor when he was pressed by distinguished citizens and academics to attend some séance and see for himself the truth of the matter. It was also very clear how he came into conflict with the Catholic church.


2019 | Maturity … Read the rest

Surviving Death- Netflix

Surviving Death is a docu-series directed by Ricki Stern about beliefs in life after death and psychic mediumship. Its first season of six episodes was released on Netflix on 6 January 2021. The series is based on the 2017 book Surviving Death by journalist and paranormal enthusiast Leslie Kean.… Read the rest

Regression Therapy: A Love Story

January 2016

This film aims to inform and inspire the general public on the benefits of regression therapy, yet is particularly intended for professional and potential therapists interested in discovering more about what it takes to become a regression therapist. It explores the demands and rewards that unfold for both the therapist and the trainee therapist as a natural outcome of working and training in this field. More than that it invites the viewer into the heart of regression therapy to discover the beauty that can be found as people go inside themselves to face their own issues, thus enabling their own potential to heal and live a more authentic life. The film is organized into fifteen different parts … Read the rest


This is an introductory documentary about an alternative therapeutic approach that is really effective but attracts controversy. It is about time to dissolve, the clouds that faded this mode of therapy.

In this production prominent figures of the field like Morris Netherton, Roger Woolger, Hans TenDam, Trisha Caetano, and Marion Boon are interviewed and share their experience with us about the methods, the effects, and the ways they go about.

If you want to learn not only why but how, when and with whom you should choose regression therapy instead of other approaches, then this is the film to see…

WHY REGRESSION THERAPY? was produced by the European Association for Regression Therapy (now called the

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Hans Ten Dam at Work: 2 DVD Set

Reviewed by Bonnie Cripe, Ph.D., L.M.S.W.
In JRT Issue 22, 2008


Hans Ten Dam presented a workshop in Britain and recorded four of the sessions to review for teaching purposes. Before each session Hans discussed the therapeutic techniques he was using and issues to be mindful of during the session. He also talked about general concepts such as trauma versus a hangover, generational healing and inner child work. During each session he noted different aspects to be aware of and put some of his comments on the screen in written form, which I found very helpful since his accent was sometimes difficult for me to decipher.

Before the first session Hans discussed the difference between “trauma” and a “hangover.” A … Read the rest

The Dead by John Huston

Reviewed by Edward N. Reynolds, Ph.D.
In JRT Issue 5, Spring 1988

Where do we find the sources of most of life’s drama and struggle, in this life or in past lifetimes? Most past-life researchers and therapists would say that in understanding the depths of our being, past lives are more real than ordinary daily existence.

In an odd way, this is also the position taken by director John Huston in The Dead, the final film of his career. Huston completed this work only shortly before his death a few months ago.

Based on a brilliant short story by James Joyce, and published originally as part of a collection called Dubliners, the story is set in … Read the rest