FAQ'S

How many sessions will I need with ThetaHealing?
A lot of work can be covered in a short amount of time with ThetaHealing®. The amount of sessions needed will vary from person to person on what they want to accomplish. Many times clients will experience a shift within one session, however sometimes the belief systems around the issue are more complex and need deeper belief work done over a few sessions to achieve their desired change. To determine how many sessions you will need ahead of time would really depend on the negative subconscious belief systems attached to your issue and how fast they reprogram into positive and empowering ones.

What is ThetaHealing?
ThetaHealing® is a technique that focuses on thought and prayer. ThetaHealing® teaches how to put to use our natural intuition, relying upon unconditional love of Creator Of All That Is to do the actual “work”. We believe by changing your brain wave cycle to include the “Theta” state, you can actually watch the Creator Of All That Is create instantaneous physical and emotional healing.

Can I use the Theta Healing technique on myself?
The ThetaHealing® technique is very easy to learn. After completing the basic 3 day course, ThetaHealing DNA 1 & 2 you will be shown how to access a Theta State and how to perform a healing on either yourself or others.

What exactly is Regression Therapy?
Regression Therapy is a personal growth process that involves recovering to conscious awareness those troubling events from our past which, left unresolved, are impacting negatively on our present-day affairs. Unresolved issues can stem from situations in childhood, birth, prenatal states, "past lives" or "between lives".

The regression part refers to the client's experience of "going back" to an important event in his (or her) past where he experiences the event as though it were occurring now. All the appropriate physical and emotional processes can be brought to sensate awareness and thoughts can be remembered. In this state the client gets a "second chance", as it were, to fully experience and process an event from his past which, for various reasons, he couldn't do originally.

While it is usually fairly easy for a client to access a past event, it is often quite difficult for him to allow himself to feel and express the various emotions he had originally suppressed. And yet, unless this is done, healing will only become a partial achievement without a complete resolution of the issues involved.

What are the benefits of Regression Therapy?
In general, life becomes much more enjoyable! Clients raise their level of self-esteem and they become much more aware of how they create their own reality. Thus they become much more self-empowered. As they come to know and accept who they actually are, their interaction with the world around them become real, here and now. Creativity and love flourish.

Specifically, there are no limits to the kind of benefits that flow from regression therapy -- physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually. However, some examples are: resolution of relationship difficulties,as well as elimination of nightmares, phobias, obsessions, compulsive or addictive behaviours, chronic physical conditions, memory problems and psychosomatic disorders. Entire books have been written describing examples of this therapy and the resultant benefits.

 

Does Regression Therapy involve hypnosis?
It can, but not necessarily. Whatever technique we might use to help a client get in touch with pertinent material, the client does achieve an altered state of consciousness, a sort of mild trance state (an alpha state) in which his attention is focused deeply inward in conjunction with a heightened awareness of both inner and outer goings-on. He can hear my voice and the building noises, and feel the temperature of the air in the room, while at the same time be deeply involved in visualizing and feeling the events of a past experience.

It is similar to the kind of state achieved when studying intensely for an exam or when watching an engrossing movie. There is always a part of the person that knows what is happening in the here and now reality, so he is always in control of himself and his therapy. As a therapist I wouldn't want it any other way.

What if I don't believe in past lives?
Actually, it is not necessary to have a belief in re-incarnation or past lives in order to benefit from regression therapy. Any material of this nature brought to conscious awareness may be viewed in allegorical terms, or at least seen as imagery that the mind could be creating in order for healing to occur. The real trick is to suspend judgement of whatever material you may be getting and see where it leads you emotionally. Whereas the mind can be deceiving, the emotions never lie.

How long will my therapy take?
That depends on several factors, mainly: the reason(s) why you are in therapy.
how willing you are to face your unresolved issues the complexity of those issues previous experience at doing personal work how quickly you can take responsibility for your therapy the competence of your therapist

But I can tell you this -- if you go to therapy because you are curious about the experience of the regression process, it only takes one session to satisfy that curiosity, but you could hardly call it a course of therapy. If you have done a fair bit of personal work and have a few, specific issues you want to clear, it may take several sessions. But if you are depressed, don't know who you are, don't know what you want out of this life, have a lot of fear, anger or neurotic habits; or perhaps you have tried other ways of "coping" and found that they don't work very well for you -- then many more sessions will be needed. I must add, though, that once you get things moving along in your therapy, you will be able to do a lot of it on your own.

Eventually, therapy becomes a life process where old blocks have been cleared; but the tools remain at your disposal to process completely any difficult experiences as they arise, so that there will be no need to work on them at some later time.