Regression Therapy

By Charles Wm. Skillas, PhD, DD, BCH, CI, FNGH, MCCHt

Negative forcing function is my own term for the energy generators created within the mind that block or restricts the flow of life force energy (Chi) through the body, install negative programs on our subconscious computer's hard dive and energetically support those negative programs resulting in deleterious behavior, and life problems. Negative forcing functions are caused by "bad things" that happened to us in this life, past lives, unresolved internal conflicts, genetic carry-overs from our ancestors or the attachment of foreign energies. Regression therapy, including Past Life Regression Therapy (PLT) is a very powerful way of getting rid of problems stemming from repressed memories from this life or past lives. Once all foreign energies are released from a sufferer, regression therapy can be used to resolve remaining trauma from the past. It is very important that all foreign energies (entities), if present, are removed or else regression is done on the entity and not on the person and this doesn't help the person. Failure to first remove entities is why much regression therapy fails or the benefits only last for a short time.

Regression therapy is based on the premise that everything the individual has ever experienced is recorded and retained in the subconscious memory banks. The mind has multi-levels of consciousness, which we call the conscious, subconscious, and super- conscious minds. Your conscious mind is what you do; your subconscious mind is what you are; and your super- conscious mind (High Self) is the Soul, Spirit, or God element. These three mind systems function simultaneously but independent of each other. Our best is achieved when these three levels of consciousness are thinking and acting alike.

Everything we experience contains a certain amount of positive or negative emotion. The greater the emotion, the more it affects the physical systems. Love and fear are the two basic emotions. Love always affects the physical systems in a positive way. Fear is basic to the negative emotions of anger, guilt, resentment, hate, and other negative expressions which offend the physical systems.

Hypnotic regression shows that these emotions and a personality are present at birth. Reinforcement and/or change of the personality and emotions occur with conscious experience to become subconscious imprints in the new physical systems. Most emotions are re-experienced and/or reinforced by the age of five. Once a negative emotion is expressed enough to imprint the subconscious, it becomes the basic cause of physical problems that occur later in life. The extent of these physical problems depends upon the intensity and/or accumulation of the emotion. Even though these negative emotional imprints can cause physical deficiencies at any time following an experience, it usually takes an average of ten years from the first emotional imprint before the physical systems are severely damaged.

Every negative emotion, if not resolved within a reasonable period of time, will damage the physical systems that relate to the connecting emotion. Anger seems to cause headaches and migraines. Fear and insecurity cause chest and heart problems. Feet and leg problems relate to restrictions and lack of support. Knee and hip problems will also relate to a lack of support. Resentment offends the lower back, hips, and other body systems causing arthritis. Upper back and neck problems indicate that the individual resents too much work or responsibility. Guilt and shame are associated with psoriasis and other skin problems and, when connected with fear and betrayal, will offend the reproductive system. AIDS and herpes connect to the emotion of sexual betrayal.

Every physical disorder is connected to a negative emotion or combination of emotions. The stress factor or intensity of the emotion determines the amount of damage to the physical systems. Emotional cancers are rage. Diabetes is rejection. Multiple sclerosis results from intense emotional stress causing damage to the nerve systems. Other physical disorders all have connections to negative emotional experiences. As long as these negative emotions are present, the physical systems are being restricted from their normal function. In the absence of these negative emotions the physical systems can be corrected.

The process for the recovery of the offended systems is to first identify the origin of the physical damage and then to identify the connecting emotion. The next step is to determine the origin of the connecting emotion. When the origin of the emotion is determined the individual is directed to relive the experience, this time recognizing that there was an instant of choice in relating to the experience by either a positive, negative, or indifferent response. Then ask the individual to reconstruct the experience with a positive emotion. When the original negative emotional imprint is changed, all of the following experiences that connect to the original negative emotion have to be re- evaluated and reconstructed. This is done by using the imagination to create a different reality of the experience at the subconscious level of the experience. This is called re-framing.

The mind records information in a manner similar to a tape recording. A tape recorder records a sequence of events in the exact manner they are received through the microphone. When a tape is replayed it plays back exactly what was recorded. The mind also records a sequence of events that we call experiences. When we recall a previous experience, the mind can play back the experience exactly as it was recorded, including the emotions. If something is recorded on the tape that is not wanted or is in some way offensive, it cannot be altered by adding a change at the end of the recording. The unwanted material has to be erased or taped over.

The mind works the same way. If something has been recorded in the mind that is offensive to the physical systems, it cannot be changed by trying to add a different attitude or emotion to the end of the conscious experience. The change has to be made at the point it was originally recorded and stored in the subconscious. In making these evaluations the individual is made aware of the instant of choice and realizes that a better, more positive response to the experience was possible.

The idea that a person's entire life can flash across their mind in seconds is very real. It can and does happen. With hypnosis this phenomenon can be controlled so that past experiences can be recalled, re-evaluated, and reconstructed in a matter of seconds. On the average, 10 to 12 previous experiences can be changed in 45 - 60 seconds. If this reconstruction is done properly, the negative emotion will no longer be offensive to the physical system. Freedom of choice is always involved. The individual can choose to keep the offending emotions and the physical deficiency rather than change the emotion. Some do make this choice. Some of the benefits of resisting change are the desire for control, revenge, financial security, emotional security, attention, and the security of familiarity with the present state. Suffering (believing that punishment is deserved) is also a resistant benefit. When there is no change in thought habits, there is no change in the condition.

The mind in its response to hypnotic regression will express an awareness that appears to have its origin prior to birth. The concept of reincarnation is present in the mind regardless of the belief in reincarnation, religion, sex, age, or nationality. The individual will sometimes relate an experience that appears to have occurred in a previous lifetime. The emotion of the experience was so strongly impressed that it carried over with the spirit to become offensive to the same physical system in the current body that was originally offended in a previous life.

There are some who practice regression therapy who believe that all present physical and emotional problems are connected to past -life experiences. There is no denying that all past-life experiences have their connection to the present. I have found that mental and physical problems present at birth amount to less than ten percent of all problems. Physical and emotional problems present at birth may be due to a past -life experience or may have their origins between the time of conception and birth.

The mind has an unbroken awareness from one's spiritual creation to the present. Prior lifetimes may involve few or many past experiences, including the time and realm between these past experiences. It is the mind's ability to record and retain all past experiences that makes it possible to determine the origin and cause of the physical and emotional deficiency. The mind knows its own best way to correct these conditions. The mind will also determine the period of time in which the problem can be resolved if the emotional adjustment is made.

I do not want to give the impression that hypnosis and regression techniques are cure-all methods. Free agency is involved. In many cases the problem has deteriorated beyond the ability or the desire of the individual to recover. Again, this is choice and/or purpose.

Freud said that the only satisfactory method of curing illness is to uncover the repressed frustrations of fears, griefs, hatreds, and loves and release the energies there. Reliving is relieving. To find and then relive the negative experience under hypnosis releases the negative energies. Once this is done, positive reframing and reprogramming can seal the change and the person's life changes positively.

As far back as our records of antiquity go, wise men everywhere knew and understood the applications of these principles. The first great minds used these principles in the application of the professions and to build the foundations of the many great civilizations that have passed through recorded history.

The legends of antiquity handed down by the different races of men tell us of these inner powers and their applications to the many arts, thereby raising mankind above all other creatures on this earth. We also learn by these legends that because these inner powers can be applied for the good or the bad of mankind, they have been shrouded in mystery and veiled from the eyes of the unworthy, waiting for that time when man has raised himself to the spiritual level whereby he understands this power. In their endeavor to conceal this knowledge from the unworthy, the ancient wise men formed themselves into brotherhoods, priesthoods, and schools of thought. They handed down this knowledge from one generation to the next by word of mouth or in writings concealed in symbolisms so that only those worthy to possess this power could acquire it. They knew that only those who possessed the inquiring mind and desire for knowledge would find the key and open the doorway to these mysteries of antiquity.

Hypnotism and age regression are the keys by which the door to your mind may be opened. It remains for the person with a desire for knowledge and the inquiring mind to enter the realm of many wonderful experiences of health and happiness. The mind not only contains the knowledge of life and the purpose for its existence and conduct, but it also contains the answers for its own improvement of emotional, physical, and spiritual conditions.


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