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Product NameTransforming The Eternal Soul - Further Insights From Regression Therapy
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:8.5 inches / Length:5.51 inches / Weight:0.5 pounds / Width:0.39 inches
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AuthorAndy Tomlinson
Page Count274
Long DescriptionAndy Tomlinson's first book, 'Healing the Eternal Soul', introduced readers to the amazing world of current, past life and life between lives regression. It showed just how effective this is in transforming ordinary people's lives. Written as a follow-up, this practical manual is packed with illuminating case studies and more specialised techniques. Contributions have been made by medical practitioners, psychologists and regression therapists. It is mainly aimed at therapists, but general readers will discover much of interest too. The chapters cover: Regression therapy in a medical practice, Empowering a client, Working with difficult clients, Spiritual inner child regression, Parts therapy in regression, Clearing dark energy, Crystal therapy in regression, Integrating therapy into a client's current life, and techniques to handle a spiritual emergency.
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