Health Ministry to hypnotists: Stop helping clients explore past lives

By Haaretz Health Correspondent, Dan Even

Israeli hypnotists were told to refrain from helping clients explore past lives, following a recent decision on the matter by a special Health Ministry advisory committee.

The Advisory Committee on the Law on Hypnosis made the ruling following complaints by clients who said that they had sustained serious emotional damage because of reincarnation hypnosis sessions.

Israel has several experts on reincarnation hypnosis, who give sessions that aim to “discover who they were in past lives,” as Dr. Lianna Sofer defines her treatments. “The reincarnation hypnosis allows us to return to the prenatal stage.”…

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…And for a different perspective on regression, and how it may be of use to us in our present lives – here is an article from Past Lives Regression (dot) com:

Past Life; Is Remembering Important?

Ancient people, especially the Japanese, Australian aborigines, Africans, modern Wiccans and many other New Age religions, believed the idea of reincarnation. This is about the thought that all people had past life and the person you are now and the behavior you have now has everything to do with that particular past life.

Your past life is believed to have been influencing your health, your mental well being, and your social interactions at this present life. And because of this, it will be better for you if you will be able to make yourself stronger and better now by knowing your past life, whether what you were before or settling what you haven’t settled before.

How would you determine your past life? It may be impossible to know your past but sometimes, people have some dreams that kept on bothering them or some unclear recollection of the past memories and interaction with other unfamiliar people. Those who strongly believed the reincarnation consider different happenings in their present life to be an effect of past life. Some indications are:…

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