We have got «Amy’s Evidence» in Galician language.
Thanks to the excellent collaboration of the Galician language teacher Elisa Borrazás, we have at our disposal the striking Amy’s Evidence in the language of Castelao. In this case, from the work of Dr. Michael Newton, the patient recalls a previous life where she committed suicide because she is single, pregnant, and her boyfriend has died in an accident in Victorian Britain.
In that incarnation, Amy did not have enough courage and confidence in the future in spite of the adverse situation she was suffering and had to remain stagnant for a long period of time in her evolution, prior to her subsequent evaluation.
Dr. Newton delves into the extraordinary resources that become available to some souls in the period between two lives in order for them to be knowledgeable about the alternative paths that they could have chosen in the previous life, in the case of having opted for a different alternative among the presented ones. A knowledge which is still vetoed for incarnate souls like ours in the present stage of spiritual evolution of Humanity.
«In body and Soul» website’s Team. Saturday, October 24 of 2020. Post English translation: Núria Comas Viladrich.
It follows the information about the page in Galician language:
Testemuño de Amy. Caso de suicidio e paso pola biblioteca dos Libros da Vida (Amy’s evidence. A case of suicide and headway through the library of Life Books). No seguinte relato, unha paciente do Doutor Michael Newton, que aquí toma o nome de Amy, revive unha vida pasada na cal se suicida por atoparse solteira, embarazada e perder a súa parella nun accidente na Inglaterra victoriana. A súa alma queda estancada uns cen anos dedicada a reflexionar sobre o que fixo, ata que accede a unha biblioteca dos Libros da Vida. Alá establece un diálogo coa alma dun dos bibliotecarios, un experto mestre que a axuda a continuar o seu camiño de evolución espiritual (…). Doutor Michael Newton. Destino de las almas. Un eterno crecimiento espiritual (Destino das almas. Un eterno crecemento espiritual). Páxinas 93-100. Tradución: Elisa Borrazás.
History of the International Journal of Regression Therapy (JRT).
Thanks to Doctor José Luís Cabouli we have known the website of the International Journal of Regression Therapy, with which we establish a link from the website «In body and soul». This entity has published, along its trajectory, an extensive variety of articles and cases related to this subject, all published in English language. Below we offer you Rich Stammler’s text describing the history of this publication until 2014.
Team of the website «In body and soul». Saturday, October 24th, 2020. Post English translation: Núria Comas Viladrich.
History of the International Journal of Regression Therapy (JRT).
The concept of using past-life regression for physical, psychological and spiritual healing contained many threads of insight from many schools of thought from across the globe. In the United States, during the ‘60s and ‘70s a counterculture emerged which contrasted with the stark materialism evident at that time in the Western culture, science and in psychology, as a part of behaviorism.
Aspects of that counterculture movement included a revival and interest in the wisdom traditions including those of India. A parallel development in physics slowly took hold, the popularization of quantum mechanics. The principles of quantum mechanics led to the startling conclusion that, at a minimum, we live in a «participatory universe», we are co-creators, of our reality, and consciousness/mind collapses the quantum wave of all possibilities at each moment. Particle physicists revealed that at its base all is energy, in Einstein’s words «…the field is the only reality».
The ‘60s ushered in psychedelic experiences that for many, opened up vistas to normally unseen realities and further eroded the underpinnings of materialism. Meanwhile, in theories of health and disease, the focus on healing became not an external agent but the self. This new focus ushered in new thinking expressed in several publications, such as, Shealy and Myss’s Creation of Health (Shealy & Myss,1988), Deepak Chopra’s, Quantum Healing (Chopra,1989), and, finally for the regression field, Dethlefsen and Dahlke’s, powerful, The Healing Power of Illness (Dethlefsen & Dahlke, 1983). All of this represented a large paradigm shift in Western thinking, which is on-going today and, in fact, accelerating1.
Association for Research and Past Life Therapies (APRT).
However, the regression therapy movement began in earnest as organizers conducted the first conference in May of 1980 at the University of California at Irvine with the stipulation by the university that only those professionally credentialed could be presenters. At the conference, a committee was formed to create a past-life therapy association. Its purpose was, «…the organization should be a clearing house for information, set standards and determine ethics, help to articulate the concept of past lives to the professional community, publish a journal, and be involved in a training program. It was also to serve as a support group for its members and as a referral source for the public» (Lucas, 1993, p 15). In October 1981, a formal organization was founded with the title of The Association for Past-Life Research and Therapies (APRT). The movement correlated with the emergence of a new school of psychology, transpersonal psychology. The new organization was composed of credentialed professionals from traditional fields, non-credentialed hypnotherapists who adapted easily to this new form of regression therapy, and a group of psychics who, «did readings rather than practice therapy» (Lucas, 1993, p.15).
The association published its first newsletter, which was soon followed by the first and only journal for regression therapy, The Journal of Regression Therapy, in 1986. The APRT board’s guidance was «…to include reactions from members, new research, innovative treatment techniques, and personal experiences, as well as articles and book reviews» (Lucas, 1993, p.17).
The association grew rapidly and the passion of the membership produced semi-annual conferences and semi-annual editions of the Journal in the early years. In 1999, the APRT assumed a new name, the International Association of Research and Regression Therapies (IARRT) to reflect a growing international character of this movement.
For various reasons, from its height in membership near the turn of the century, membership steadily declined until on January 2014 IARRT dissolved.
APRT began publishing the first Journal of Regression Therapy in the Spring of 1986. The current 2014 issue will make it 28 years of publishing topics of interest to regression professionals and related disciplines. To date, the Journal includes 25 issues containing over 330 articles spanning every facet of the regression discipline. In spite of the demise of IARRT, there are a great number of professionals who want to see this important legacy of APRT/IARRT continued. Meanwhile, other fast-growing regression organizations overseas also expressed interest in creating/continuing some type of regression journal.
The International Journal of Regression Therapy.
The opportunity was seized to make the Journal a truly international journal and vehicle for new ideas, new research and a forum that enhances and furthers the best goals of the regression community. To that end, collaboration occurred between the existing editor of the Journal, Rich Stammler, the president of the Earth Association for Regression Therapy (EARTh), Athanasios Komianos, and the past president, Hans ten Dam, to make the Journal truly international. Based on the World Regression Congress (WCRT4) in 2011 (in Turkey), and the most recent World Regression Congress (WCRT5) in 2014 (in Portugal), the mix of different cultural perspectives and less tether to a traditional worldview, brings some very interesting new ideas into the mix. It appears there is a great deal more academic research happening overseas. It looks very promising for the prospect of a truly global journal in the near future.
During the WCRT5, the new Journal was formally born with the title, The International Journal of Regression Therapy. The title is largely the same and reflects the legacy of the original, but highlights the increased emphasis on the global nature of its contributors and subscribers. The logo is the mythical Phoenix to show the rebirth of the Journal superimposed on a globe to also mirror its international character. The consulting editorial board has expanded to include a group for the non-English speaking contributors and readers. The goals of the Journal are the following:
The mission of the Journal is to further the professional and academic development of regression therapy around the world.
It publishes articles on the empirical effects and theoretical implications of regression therapy.
It provides a platform for the exchange of ideas and practices.
It supports the development of a theoretical framework for regression.
It pays attention to related developments in the fields of transpersonal psychology and the study of consciousness.
It translates interesting articles in other languages into English.
It stimulates research.
The structure of the Journal has been updated to the following:
A Table of Contents, –with links to articles–.
Articles, –composed of research ideas, techniques, interesting cases and other topics of interest to the regression professional–.
A Blog Section –a new section with the 2014 issue and will have the same general topic as the main articles but much shorter– one to two pages.
New Community Media –will be a new section in the next issue and is composed of new books, electronic media and other published material created by the professional community to appraise readers of new media in the regression field–.
Authors –a section presenting a short bio of contributing authors–.
The goal of the new Journal Policy Board is to publish the next issue in March of 2015.
Rich Stammler. November 2014.
Chopra, D. (1989). Quantum healing. New York: Bantam Books.
Dethlefsen, T. & Dahlke, R. (1983). The Healing power of illness: the meaning of symptoms & how to interpret them. (tr. 1990) Brisbane, Australia: Element Books Limited.
Lucas, W. B. (1993). The History of Regression Therapy. in W. B. Lucas, (Ed.), Regression therapy: a handbook for professionals,Vol. I: Past-Life Therapy. Crest Park, CA: Deep Forest Press.
Shealy, C. N. & Myss, C. (1988). The Creation of health: the emotional, psychological, and spiritual responses that promote health and healing. New York: Three Rivers Press.
We have launched the website In Body and Soul in Basque language.
We are pleased to inform you that the past friday the 16th of October of 2020 we launched the website «In body and soul» («Gorputzez eta arimaz») in Basque language. It has been thanks to the excellent translation job of Iraide López de Gereñu and Fran Olea who have provided the first four pages of our website in euskera. The ikurriña therefore, becomes our website’s tenth flag.
Every people’s soul is its vernacular language. We would like to thank the people who have made possible this goal and encourage our readers to collaborate in increasing the number of translations, either by translating pages into languages in which they are not yet available or by helping us to obtain the already translated reference book citations appearing on the published works of Past Lives Therapy (PLT) practitioners, mentioned for instance, in the section of Appointments and testimonies of our website.
Helping to overcome and prevent the different forms of unresolved human suffering contained in millions of individual incarnated and disembodied souls existing within our planet, and helping each of these souls to achieve and overcome their respective life lessons, is an ambitious task that requires divulgation in the largest possible number of available languages on Earth. This simple website aims to be an introduction to the understanding of this need and we are aware that humanity is still in the infancy of its collective spiritual evolution.
«In Body and Soul» website’s team. Saturday, 17th of October of 2020. Post English translation: Núria Comas Viladrich.
Next, we like to inform you about the website’s pages now available in bask language:
Helburuak (Aims). «Enkarnazio edo haragitze bakar bat bizi dugunaren ustea, oso zabalduta dago mundu osoan. Gainera, mendebaldeko zibilizazioetan, bizitza bere berehalakotasunean bizi eta gure ekintzen ondorioak gehiegirik kezkatzen ez gaituen pentsamolde moderno honetan murgilduta gaude (…)». Web taldea Gorputzez eta arimaz. Lehen bertsioa: 2018ko urtarrilaren 18a, osteguna. Azken aldaketa: 2018ko urtarrilaren 30a, asteartea. Itzulpena: Fran Olea.
«Gorputzez eta arimaz» Webaren deia (A call from the «In body and soul» web). «Iraganeko Bizitzen Terapiako (IBT) eta Posesio Espiritualeko Terapietako (PET) praktikatzaileak, bakoitzak tratamendu estilo eta aldaera desberdinetatik eta kasu ugariren adierazpenaren bidez, gorputzetik gorputzera goazen arimak garela erakusten digute. Kasu hauen azterketatik berraragitze edo metempsikosia, arimek ikasteko eta hobetzeko duten bide naturala dela ikasten dugu (…)». Webgunearen taldea Gorputzez eta arimaz. 2020ko urtarrilaren 21a, asteartea. Itzulpena: Fran Olea.
Talk by Doctor José Luís Cabouli with María Eugenia Domínguez («Mariu»), performed in «Facebook Live», on Saturday the 25th of July of 2020; Blanes, Girona, Catalonia, Spain.
Editor’s Profile: «Doctor Cabouli. Terapia de Vidas Pasadas» («Doctor Cabouli. Past Life Therapy»). Publishing date in «YouTube»: Monday August 24th of 2020. Duration: 1 hour, 39 minutes and 55 seconds. language: Spanish.
Interview with Doctor José Luís Cabouli by Mónica Baum on Past Lives Therapy for the show «Paths of Life» («Caminos de la vida») on Wetoker. Saturday, July 21st, 2018, Buenos Aires. Doctor José Luís Cabouli is a therapist of Past Lives (PLT) or soul therapy.
Editor profile: «Doctor Cabouli. Terapia de Vidas Pasadas» («Doctor Cabouli. Past Lives Therapy»). Date of publication on «YouTube»: Wednesday, September 12, 2018. Duration: 39 minutes and 3 seconds. Language: Spanish.
You can find more information about this therapy at:
In the Appointments and Testimonials section of the website «In body and soul», we have uploaded the page with the case of Katia by Dr. Viviana Zenteno, President of the Asociación Chilena de Terapeutas de Vidas Pasadas (ACHTEVIP) [Chilean Association of Past Lives Therapies (ACHTEVIP)], dated of Wednesday, October 1st, 2014.
Katia. Clinical Case. Wednesday, October 1st, 2014. Therapist: Dr. Viviana Zenteno. Katia (45) understands in this regression the reason for the giving up of love. Years back she was free, but he wasn’t, and besides he was a public person. https://animaweb.cat/katia-cas-clinic/
Interview with Doctor Viviana Zenteno by Terra Networks, 6-5-2010.
In the Interviews section of the website «In body and soul», we have uploaded the page with the interview by Terra Networks with Dr. Viviana Zenteno, President of the Asociación Chilena de Terapeutas de Vidas Pasadas (ACHTEVIP) [Chilean Association of Past Lives Therapies (ACHTEVIP)], released on Thursday, May 6th, 2010.