Is it possible to remember an event from someone else's life? Jungian Past-Life Therapy is one of the first audio programs to examine the layer of memory that lies behind the curtain of our personal experience.
Dr. Woolger received his training in psychology and comparative religions at Oxford and London Universities and is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute at Zurich. In this daring session, he reveals a series of events that builds to a startling theory: that Carl Jung's work with the collective unconscious provides a basis for interpreting "past-life episodes". With clinical detail, Dr. Woolger describes many examples of past-life episodes in America and Europe over the past 20 years.
Additional topics include: a dramatic demonstration of past-life regression; how past-life therapy relates to meditation practice; phobias and causal episodes; Jung and multiple personality types; incorporating psychodrama theory; Ericksonian trance state; and much more.
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excellent treatment of PLT
This two hour lecture, recorded in front of an audience offers an excellent introduction and scholarly overview of past life regression as therapeutic tool, with an on-stage demonstration with a volunteer.
This live demonstration (others are available) of Woolger's approach and method forms the highlight of his talk and is most informative and demonstrative.
Woolger focusses on the rationale behind his approach in building the listener up to the demonstration.
Hearing Woolger work without traditional and lengthy hypnotic trance induction demonstrates the efficacy of his direct regression method - a sort of affect and linguistic bridge combination that leads the client into a psychodrama to "Complete the unfinished story".
Woolger's contribution to the emerging field of PLR as PLT cannot be understated. This presentation is clearly the result of a well thought through summary of his decades of experience and offers a type of intuitive insight into the field that most authors do not achieve. Well worth the listen.