I feel like I've been scammed by all of these internet metaphysics help websites.
I've been scammed by these internet metaphysics
scammed by internet metaphysics
If a pill doesn't work for you and works for 1000 others is it a scam?
Originally posted by Sonya610
If you really want to find a professional that does this I don't think I would trust the net.
If you live in a decent sized metropolis there MUST be some sort of metaphysical community. Here in Atlanta we have a couple of metaphysical stores, one of which rents out rooms for various classes, has psychic fairs, publish a monthly magazine where all sorts of local people advertise their metaphysical related services, and all sorts of stuff (not run by one group of people, anyone that wants to teach a metaphysical class can rent rooms and get on their schedule).
Find that sort of group in your area if you can (one that does not subscribe to any one person or group, but is a collection of independant people, you don't want to get involved with some cult). You should be able to learn of a reputable past like regression therapist if you try.
Just be careful, I personally don't believe in past life regression it because it would be way to easy for the therapist to implant false ideas and memories (even unintentionally). Plus if one believes in the universal mind (and or akashic records) it is impossible to know if memories are your individual memories, or from the collective consciousness.
Originally posted by Frankidealist35
Thanks for all of your help. Yes, in the past you see I've wasted a lot of time looking for past life regressive websites to find out about past lives (if I have any).
I wasted a lot of time and I have turned to psychology since psychology has real facts and real information that is provable...
reply to post by interestedalways
May I ask what is your experience with threads with people claiming to be knowledgeable in the areas that I'm talking about and if there was any mod reaction to them?
[edit on 15-12-2008 by Frankidealist35]
Originally posted by HunkaHunka
A graduate of Columbia University and Yale Medical School,
Dr Brian L. Weiss M.D.
Chairman Emeritus of Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami.
Originally posted by St Udio
i personally do not think that coaxing 'past lives' experiences is accurate.
But, there are those extremely rare persons who have the 'past lives' experience happen to them spontaneously...
now those instances, i would put into the profound and most likely 'Accurate' column...
many (imho) independent PastLife Regression 'therapists' are pretty much like the run-of-the-mill Genealogists that abound in the back sections of magazines....
most everyone i know has 'direct lineage' to English Royalty, and has a family crest that was somehow forgotten when the family came to America... of course all this revelation & discovery
->had a modest fee