Was this post directed towards anyone in particular or is it a generalization ?
Originally posted by dave420
I hope you've kept your receipts! No information gleaned from past-life regression has been shown to be accurate. No clinical trials have ever
yielded anyone able to repeatedly recall accurate information, or any accurate information they wouldn't know.
If you believe it, fine. Just be aware it's a scam.
(1) 'I hope you kept the receipts' ... This is a bit confusing, I just reread the posts so far and no-one has mentioned that they've had
'regression therapy' ... let alone paid for it !
(2) 'No clinical trials have ever
able to repeatedly recall accurate information, or any accurate information they
wouldn't know ... er hum ! are you confident about that statement ? And if so, where did you get those statistics ?
The reason I ask is not meant to discredit you ... I would be genuinely interested to know if this is a scientific fact (links to where you sourced
the information concerning clinical test being carried-out would be of great professional interest to me - thanks in advance for links you will be
providing) ... or are the statements you made based on your personal opinion/experience ?
My interest is not just professional ... but personal. The reason I became a Pastlife Regression Therapist all those years ago was the result of a
personal experience. The experience involved my own spontaneous pastlife recall. That means it just happened ... I never had regression therapy ... in
fact I didn't know anything about such things before my experience.
This is also why I am vehemently against using hypnosis in such practices ... because I want my clients to have the same 'clean' recall that I had
'spontaneously'. As a result of my experience (incidently this was the first of four pastlives that I have recalled in detail - also spontaneously),
I researched names/places/situations that I'd recalled to try and prove to myself whether it was in fact real ... or a vast figment of my imagination
... or even if it might be the result of some kind of bizarre mental breakdown.
As a result of this research I 'know' without a shadow of doubt that what I experienced was pastlife memory. I knew my way around places and what
they looked like prior to any modern development. Places that I'd never been near in this life ... or even read about. On top of that when the
memories were coming through and I was recalling conversation, they were in the local dialect of the area ... not in my own accent.
Now ... so confident am I on this matter, that I am willing to put my professional reputation on the line - right here and now - by thowing out the
shout to anyone on ATS who has the means to set-up and carry-out these 'clinical tests' that dave420 mentioned, to substantiate my experiences as
reality. I don't know what such tests would entail but I would be happy to undergo whatever was deemed necessary ... reliable ... and safe, including
a lie-detector test.
THIS IS A GENUINE APPEAL, SO IF THERE IS ANYONE OUT THERE WHO CAN HELP PLEASE U2U ME.
I'm happy for the tests to be recorded and the results made public here at ATS.
(3) 'Just be aware it's a scam' ... I would just like to say that whilst I can't speak for all Regression Therapist, I can assure you that none of
the work I carry-out is a 'scam'. I think this is proven in the fact that I often work for free.