Page 1

The Netherton Method of

Past Life Awareness and Integration
Taken from Dr. Netherton's Thirty Years of Clinical Experience

A Modality for Success

Dr. Morris Netherton
Clinical Hypnotherapy

Page 2


Part One Theory With Brief Examples Needed for Teaching Page 1 - 7

Part Two An In-Depth Report on Anorexia Nervosa Page 8 - 69

Part Three Birth Trauma as Source for Chronic Pain Page 70 - 86

Part Four Teaching Outlines With Transcribed Sessions Page 87 - 124

Page 3

Part One- Theory With Brief Examples Needed for Teaching

As a client-centered process, a past life session is determined by the unique needs and abilities of the client. Sessions use techniques which most efficiently access unconscious trauma and eliminate it from present day living. A session starts by locating trauma using either body sensations, strong emotions, or words and phrases which are impactful. The process finds words and gives them emotions or finds emotions and gives words to them. Impact of these words and emotions is then found in the physical body. Greater spiritual awareness is always experienced as a result of the change from fear and confusion to clarity and self-understanding. A session recognizes the pre-existence of an altered state induced at the time of the original past trauma and kept active by the mind's inability to complete these experiences. The language and emotions of these earlier incidents serves as post-hypnotic commands imbedded in current conversations and acted out in current behavior. Once recognized in present life, they are used to locate the trauma or origin and will be noticeably absent from today when their control is gone. A session begins with a brief discussion of the presenting problem as a way of reaching the point where the client is asked to "close your eyes because you're already in the experience where we will work." No attempt is made to induce a state of relaxation as this is counter-productive to fully realizing a state of trauma. Relaxation and fear do not coexist in these sessions. The following is an example of the language used by the therapist to further the session.

A cathartic release is the goal of this procedure and will be experienced if continued long enough. Presentation of this structure and techniques for its use require greater detail than I can provide here. thinking...sitting.. walking.(2) feel the physical stress in your body and tell me the first physical position that coexists with the stress. The weaknesses in perception will be addressed as part of the therapy...recognize where you are as you become conscious of your situation. Once the client responds. focus is deepened and maintained by a repetition of phrases and sentences that lead through the experience. After all emotions. sensate balance. Repeated phrases will lead to accessing either emotions or physical affect.. The therapist uses this structure and composition to establish experiential boundaries that provide grounding needed to clear confusion and uncertainty.(3) tell me the strongest emotion of which you're consciously aware. words.... thus developing for the client a feeling... and confusion are cleared from the complete experience.Page 4 "The scene you're now in holds the answers you need in this session ." The primary mode of perception is of importance here only as a means of determining the strengths and weaknesses of the client. including .. pain. The final trauma to be cleared is that occurring at the time of death. The content of past life experiences is important only in how it relates to present time and how it reveals the reason why the trauma is still unconsciously alive... (1) say the first words you think of coming from where you are.. a process is directed to locate and erase trauma from various points of the experience... lying down. Once the script is revealed.... There is a structure of past life incidents that therapist should know and use to assure completion of the issues uncovered.

"I don't know. the client recognizes a greater truth about the experience and is guided to "say and do now what you couldn't say and do then. During the birth experience. . Further reinforcements are found when mother first recognizes her pregnancy consciously. The client is encouraged to change this script by consciously resolving these experiences much as the past experience was changed.Page 5 death.. The client becomes lost in words and emotions which lead to an escalating swirl of images and the repeated answer.. The body's experience remains literal regardless of the illusions and "tricks" of the mind. Finish it!" A point of identification carried from the past life death is located during present life conception and the process of resolution is put in place for continuation." Once I began using the physical body's reality as an anchor. Once free of the past trauma.eighth month when the physical and emotional pressures on the mother are reaching a peak of intensity. the body experientially survives that which caused death in the past life. The mind will easily find this and release it.. a negative survival pattern is created as part of the life script. Another vulnerable point for the fetus comes in the seventh . Because of this survival. confusion no longer controlled the session. My earliest sessions revealed a client's confusion as the greatest block to completion of unconscious experiences. the soul is easily and freely released from the body. This occurs in the second or third month of pregnancy when her reaction is unconsciously recorded by the fetus. Resistance to this separation indicates some emotional attachment still exists somewhere in the experience.. The body memory is not subject to the confusion of the mind.

mother's statement. therapeutic hypnosis. Migraine headaches are physical memories of hanging or blows to the head. the mother's experience will provide the verbal and emotional components to the physical development of the glands. The diabetic body remembers starving to death. During the first six to eight weeks of pregnancy. The most recent advancement in body memory comes with the research findings of Dr. Multiple Sclerosis is the result of memories of lingering battlefield deaths with injuries that paralyze the physical body. Thus. thus placing the receptors present at conception. "My back is killing me" will define the physical formation of the fetus' spine and connects to a past life by hanging. These receptors are encrusted throughout the body in locations ranging from the brain to the bone marrow of the entire skeletal system – They are ordered by the DNA. organs. the entire body. and holistic medicine in general. Ernest. 1987. Candace Pert. Her discovery of emotional receptor centers and neuropeptides link the mind and body as one entity.Page 6 The physical symptoms that are part of a past life death are carried to the next conception and reintroduced as part of the new DNA code. Dr. The receptors serve as the mechanism that sorts out the emotional information exchange in the body. Sessions during this early period of pregnancy reveal the process by which physical memory is carried into this life. . "This messenger molecule (neuropeptide) and cell receptor communication system is the psychobiological basis of mindbody heading."1 1 Rossi. These are only a few of the body memories carried from past life to the next incarnation. The Psychobiology of Mind-Body Healing. and indeed. nervous system.

Dr. The victim as survivor is part of the life script present at birth. Many times the client is also the soul of the aborted fetus which returned to the mother for a completed pregnancy. During an intake session. it will find an unending number of past life and present life experiences which reveal horror stories of rape and mutilation as reasons and explanations for problems in this current life." Real change occurs when the therapy confronts the victim within which controls the way of life. Candace. 1987. When conceived the second time. the soul promises the mother "to be a good girl/boy this time if only you will let me live. I'll do whatever you want. I question the client about any possible incompleted pregnancies prior to the client's birth.Page 7 The findings of Dr. "This system is the backbone of body memory as there is no longer a strong distinction to be made between the brain. and the body. Fall. I'll make everybody happy if you let me live this time. If this resistance is confronted too soon or with too much intensity. are abusing her. the mind. the client may leave therapy because she feels you. Massage Therapy Journal. Pert and Dr. the aborted fetus was a helpless victim. A prior abortion or miscarriage may be an imbedded source of identity as victim. . Rossi may lead to a reevaluation of some practices dismissed as quackery by modern medicine."2 If therapy is focused only on physical symptoms." 2 Pert. Their findings prove that any emotions can be centered and felt in any part of the body. the therapist. Positive response to their lives is often limited to a "better understanding" and a willingness "to accept the things that can't be changed. If this is true. Its foundation is complex and resistant to change.

The unresolved issues from past life as continued by mother's prenatal experience through birth now form the basis for unconscious beliefs and feelings. The process of separation from mother also continues the process of past life resolution. Things are getting worse. choices are made that reflect consideration for the optimum good of all. The client experiences the role of the benign observer increasingly present in making daily decisions and interactions with friends and family. "It's not working." The therapist must anticipate this change and discuss it with the client before it's onset. it could self-identify and think for . This "good girl" is now mother's victim who must keep everybody happy. a process of separation will begin. Therapy will often change the core identity from victim to victimizer. and physical sensations. At this point. Both victim and victimizer must be addressed in sessions until neither can control the client. Free of reactive impulses.Page 8 When the doctor declares the baby to be "alive and well. Because of this attachment to mother. During the prenatal period of transition from past life to present life the fetal unconscious mind is developing with mother's experience. If a developing fetus had a conscious mind. friends and family of the client will declare therapy a failure. At this point." the earlier promise now becomes a way of life. words. Sessions must continue to resolve this opposite positioning in the client's behavior. the baby's conscious mind begins its own function with the unconscious mind formed by the entire nine month prenatal experience. providing the second level of conscious function. I am often challenged as to the baby's ability to "think" and "know" in uterus. feelings. A new position will emerge as these two fade away. when the umbilical cord is cut. at birth.

Page 9 itself. Most physical problems are found during the pain and stress of the birthing process. There are also vital points of impact on the baby's physical body as it passes through the birth canal. Migraine headaches must be investigated if mother hasn't dilated enough for the head's easy passage. This is especially true if forceps are used or if the birth is a Cesarean section. The manner in which you experience birth will determine your formula for coping with stress for the rest of your life. . The unconscious mind must be formed during a time when conscious memory of experiences is not possible. Dyslexia must be addressed as the baby's body is turned and rotated during delivery ("that's right. stop pushing for a moment"). An adult's low functioning thyroid gland must be investigated when the throat is in the birth canal ("slow down. and choices of the conscious process. analysis. This begins at birth when life experiences will be motivated by the unconscious script which will be evaluated and changed by the conscious mind. that's right" as the baby is rotated to the left). This process of interaction between the two levels of the mind will determine the soul's progress toward resolution. It would consciously problem-solve throughout the nine months and be born free of unresolved fears and confusion. slow down. The unconscious mind's content must be accepted without being subjected to the logic.

"They look like me. Oh. afraid I'll die if they see me. afraid to step forward." "They're my people. God. Each is two hours long and the intensive format lasted for five days for a total of 20 hours. empty expressions on their faces. I'm afraid to leave it.Page 10 Part Two. Ana. Many people are moaning and walking aimlessly with blank. See yourself among them. They are thin. The sessions are done two per day. As the transition to a sensory experience is complete. they are starving!" "Look at the starving people. Sense your connection with them. the dynamics begin as this case history of a woman I'll call Ana: "I see a brick wall in front of me.An In-Depth Report on Anorexia Nervosa The Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa Using Past Life Therapy The client entered therapy to address the issues of a severe eating disorder that had reached a life-threatening stage." ." I encourage her more deeply into this unconscious reality. I feel sick in my stomach and I have intense pain in my head. She frowns as she makes the connection between the appearance of the starving people and her current life condition of anorexia nervosa.

They won't come for me again if they can't see me. Only my mother is here. Tell him." "Please don't let them hurt me again." "You're hurting -." "They're hurting me!" "Say it to him." "Say it again. Ana. She's so thin." "Let me go! Let go of me!" "They're holding me down on a cold table. father is gone. They won't hurt me again." I direct her to the first experience in which "THEY" come for her. you're hurting me!" She is crying hysterically and struggling against the unseen hands clutching her forcefully. let me out of here. Repeat these words. I feel safe here at the wall.Page 11 "I belong to these people. A man is holding my head and pressing me down to the table so hard my eyes are popping out. "Let me go. urging her to say words as they come. . I don't want to be here." "Please." "My parents are here -. They can't see me here.

Page 12 "You're hurting me!" "What physical sensation do you feel in your body now? Say the first words that come to mind." "I'm going to die. it hurts!" "Say the painful words from your stomach." "Say that again." "They're putting something in me." . Let the words come. it's another language." "They're putting something in me like a tube and they're filling me with water. Ana. It's German. they're killing me. It hurts." "The knowledge of what they say is in your unconscious mind. what words come to you?" "I'm going to die. What are the voices saying?" "I don't know." "Hear the voices around you talking." "What are you feeling. Ana. Ana. Ana? Where do you feel the pain?" "My stomach is filling up. they're speaking German. My legs are tied down and I can't move. They're filling me up and killing me.

Are they doing anything else to you? Say the first words that come to mind. They put some kind of clamp on my cervix and filled my uterus with water. feel your body on the table. They don't care about me. I'm just a little girl. there is an average difference of 1000 cc in the uterus before and after the onset of menstruation. I was in a crown of people when some guards pulled me out and brought me here. As we have seen before. They over-populate the world and fill the land with their bad blood. telling me where her body is located." I ask Ana to go over this scene again. They're going to kill me. The uterus now contains 1800 cc of water. The doctor says." "How old are you now." "Ana. like I'm an experiment. It's like a laboratory. they're talking about me like an animal. with some assistants." "One of them is a doctor. Ana?" "I'm eleven years old. "I'm in a prison camp.Page 13 "They're talking about me. Do with her as you will. It's a concentration camp. It smells awful and they have all these awful looking instruments." "What are they saying. Not even an animal. 'These Jews are very productive. Ana?" "This one has not yet started monthly periods.' He's walking out of the room." .

" . we continue to work the sights. Slowly and methodically. move forward into this experience. emotions. give me the first part of your body that feels pain. Ana's physical pain and terror are so overwhelming that she will lapse into a state of shock if we do not introduce the trauma slowly. I can't stand it anymore. voices. charged trauma becomes only a fully remembered experience." Ana is crying again and in extreme physical discomfort. the physical agony feels quite real to her. they're killing me. and feelings of physical pain. Oh. I'm going to die.Page 14 "Ana. What are you feeling?" "They're filling me again. but since her unconscious mind holds the physical pain as part of the total trauma. God! I'm so full. Ana? How are they doing this?" "They're putting water in my rectum. It is necessary for Ana to re-experience all the original dynamics so the hidden. To achieve this. As these guards hurt you. The session is paced to allow time for her to regain her sense of balance. They're killing me. They're killing me. Ana? What physical sensation do you feel?" "He's hitting me and telling me to shut up. The reexperienced pain is not as agonizing as her original experience." "What part of your body is filling. it is necessary to go through the experience many times. I'm full of water. God! Oh. "What is happening to your body now.

he's forcing himself inside me." "What is he saying?" "This Jewish pig will make no more babies. It's killing me." After she gains a degree of emotional objectivity. "If they come again. what do you feel?" "Oh. "It's filling me up.he's forcing himself inside me. "We use the bodies of the Jews as we please. she spontaneously connects back to her position against the brick wall where we found her at the beginning of the session. ." Ana re-experiences the physical pain associated with this multiple rape from beginning to its conclusion and discovers these guards do not kill her. I'll help you." "What's the very next thing he is doing to you. He's hurting me." The first words she hears now are from her mother. He's filling me up. The pain creates emotional shock as she keeps saying over and over. Ana? Be in your body. If the guards come. Run to the fence and grab it. I'm only a little girl -. I will signal you. He's killing me. I can't let them hurt you. God. no. It hurts. I'm going to die." Ana is totally caught in trauma as the three assistants brutally rape her. She feels nausea and terror and knows if she leaves the wall it means "they'll see me and I'll die. She can see the starving people.Page 15 "Where is he hitting you?" "He slaps my face. Oh.

and remember. only when she releases this deeply impacted scream can she push through the experience to a point beyond physical death. but at least you will deny these butchers. I'll be safe here if they don't see me. Ana? Give it words. My back is against the wall. Ana?" "What words come from you or others?" "I'm afraid. now connect with any feelings or emotions that are unresolved. She knows that she can use these wires to remove the physical boundaries of her life. through death. Her hands reach quickly for the wire that forms the physical boundaries of her existence in this camp.Page 16 press your body to it tightly." "What are you physically doing here against the wall. touching her lightly with love and compassion." "What is your fear." . my daughter." "They're coming to get me again!" She is pressing her back against the wall and can hear male voices. into her experiences beyond. Hold the fence." Ana is sobbing and reaching her hands forward. It is hard to separate the jolting surge of electricity from the scream coming so strongly within her. they will not touch you. It is this tremendously emotional experience which Ana takes with her into death and. I can't let them see me. "Go. to free herself from further pain and torture. "Ana. I love you. Suddenly her mother is beside her. It will kill you.

" "Say that again. what conclusions do you take with you after death?" She frowns a little and says. I'm looking at it. Her body is peaceful and relaxed which is an appearance seen on the therapy couch with the re-experience of the consciousness leaving the physical form after a past life death." Ana experiences her consciousness as it leaves her body at this moment of death. My body is shaking and moving out of control. It's important she re-experience and release all the elements of physical trauma until she can see her body convulsing on the fence but feels separate from the feelings of pain and fear." "Are you pulled back into your body?" "No. based on this experience. I don't feel anything drawing me back.Page 17 "I can see myself holding onto the fences." "No. "I'll never let my mother get too close to me." "Are there any physical sensations you feel? Connect with any feelings of physical pain. so you can consciously recognize why you feel this statement is true. I'm not in my body now." . "Ana. I don't feel anything. Ana.

" "I'll never be singled out because if I do I'll die. I'll never be seen again." "Tell me all the feelings you have about being singled out. I can never feel full again. Ana." "I'll never let my mother get too close to me. I don't like being singled out. It's really strange I'd believe that because it really wasn't her fault. What does a feeling of fullness mean to you?" ." "And are there other conclusions as you leave your body?" "Something about a feeling of fullness. Ana.Page 18 "I'll never let my mother get close to me. Say that again and release it. it means I'm going to die." "True." "I'll never be seen again. but realize these are feelings you carry with you when you leave your physical body after that painful and fearful state." "Expand that thought. Mother loving you means you'll die." "Are there other conclusions?" "If this is what happens when I'm seen." "What does it mean if you're singled out?" "I'm going to die. If my mother loves me. Recognize what you're saying." "Say that again.

Our first session had been one of gathering ." "Here with me in my office. I will never.Page 19 "I was afraid they were killing me. tell me the complete experience about fullness. The intensity of her issues indicate a pattern of evolvement through other past lives. never have that feeling of fullness again because it will kill me. She can connect this past life experience with her current life problems which indicates we have worked one of the experiences causing her current unresolved issues." "Why not? Say the words that will release that feeling. You have survived your mother loving you. and the feeling of fullness. The experience of rape and death in a concentration camp came during my second session with Ana. Realize your survival here in present t ime. you have survived these experiences. your being singled out." "Okay. I was so full I wanted to die. I will die." "I'll never have that feeling again. Therefore we will explore other life experiences to discover how these patterns were created. I could feel it. The influence of this particular death experience on Ana's current life is shown clearly as our work continues." Ana opens her eyes and looks at me with a sense of amazement. ever have that feeling again." "I will never.

and tentative young woman. but found no sense of emotional . more directly. As we meet Ana. She had been mildly anorexic since the age of thirteen with the anorexia becoming more distinct after she was hired. She had tried two other therapies during this three-year period while continuing with the psychiatrist. Despite her poor health and lack of energy. Her face is angular and lean which gives her a haggard look with an overall lack of vitality and fatigue reflected in her eyes. her career. her understanding of her current problems. Every week she sat with him for fifty minutes and talked. she is excited about coming into therapy and has many questions.Page 20 information about her life. and. thin. her family. At the age of sixteen. She saw a psychiatrist for three years. Her hands tremble and shake constantly as she talks of her problems. I find no signs of youth in this nineteen year old woman who shows great tiredness and advanced age in her otherwise attractive face. and her life in general. Ana's appearance is of a fragile. she is nineteen years old and already an accomplished dancer. Ana previously tried other therapies but found they left her with a pseudo-intellectual understanding of herself and her problems. She feels strongly that she sabotages herself whenever things go well. She tries to combat her anorexia with a strict nutritional program but still has the vomiting behavior typical in anorexic-bulimics. She has difficulty with constipation and colitis and is concerned about the affects of her physical problem on her health. she had been hired by a dance troupe as their youngest dancer. She is career-minded and a frustrated overachiever. She is experiencing nonspecific anxiety attacks and insomnia with periods of depression.

I feel a need to protect myself from them. "He was very domineering of both me and my mother. Ana is a thinking. hearing. They are not separate. I'm afraid of men because of my relationship with my father. "I'm overweight because I'm afraid of men. this woman is still overweight after gaining conscious recognition of the fear of father. Now Ana feels her issues will never be solved by talking about them. brining unconscious material into the conscious awareness without releasing it often places the client in more acute emotional distress due to the reactivation of unconscious programming. seeing. Another client said. Ana is learning how they coexist within the mind/body in a very interrelated . These issues must be accessed within her "unconscious" mind because their source lies beyond the level of her conscious awareness." This is "understanding" and. She also has words and thoughts that accompany these physical sensations.Page 21 resolution of her problems. She has emotions and physical sensations with these emotions." I asked her why she was afraid of her father and her response was. Many other clients in my practice have had other forms of therapy and from their experience it is clear that bringing unconscious material to conscious awareness without therapeutic resolution will not release unconscious attitudes and will not affect changes in behavior or emotion. yet. Ana's prior experience with therapy created a pseudo-intellectual understanding which is really no understanding. She had spent a lot of money and time and she now has only a deep sense of frustration. Factually. Her previous therapies did bring some unconscious material to the surface. and feeling being. after two years of talk therapy.

must be released to completely free her of the experience. To release the words.Page 22 state. Fear comes from an incomplete. Thus. she must access the feelings. and therefore closely related to her problems? Her fear is a sensory experience containing words with feelings and feelings with words. and largely unknown emotional trauma which threatens her very existence. sounds. How is Ana's fear defined? Is it the thought "I'm afraid of eating"? Is it a feeling of butterflies in her stomach or sweat on her palms? Is it a picture in her mind of an act of punishment? Is she hearing words as she is punished? Does she have other fears that are hidden. She had no conscious memory of these experiences as they all were hidden in her unconscious mind. Unless she experiences her human consciousness within all of these perceptual fields. Other than this there is no permanent release. She could not release this fear until repeated experiencing found her father raping her starting at age four and ending at age eleven. she must access the words. She must release the experience within each perceptual framework. and thoughts. the overweight woman who was afraid of her father found no release in the conscious recognition of this fear. . The removal of fear from the unconscious level comes with completion and resolution of the experiences contained within the fear. The sights. unresolved. It was hidden there because the fear was so great she had to repress her memories of these brutal incestuous experiences to survive. to release the feelings. physical sensations with emotions. feelings. she can not effect therapeutic change.

Ana had also been active in fighting her anorexia through these past few years and is now transferring all her energy toward this new process called Past Life Therapy. The theoretical framework from which this therapist operated was too limited to see trauma at all perceptual levels. while attending the seminar. She had enough problems without taking tranquilizers. "What if I did live before?" "Do these lifetimes influence me now?" "Can I actually recall and relive these experiences?" "What will it be like?" "What if he was just making it up?" "How could he have seen and felt and heard all those things?" . She was frustrated with prior therapy and resistant to taking the tranquilizers prescribed for her. He also did not believe that trauma could originate prior to the current lifetime. Because of this. are asked over and over from countless patients throughout the years. Her questions.Page 23 Ana spent three years in "therapy" with a highly educated man talking about her anorexia but coming to no point of resolution. Ana's therapy was incomplete and her resolution nonexistent. Ana had attended a Past Life Therapy seminar and had seen a demonstration with another individual. She became enthused about this form of therapy as a means of resolving problems she had known for so long. I list them here as they are so common.

such as your wife and children. Past Life Therapists accept past lives as fact. parents. Any psychological programming that interferes with our happiness and healthy functioning within relationships can be identified and changed.Page 24 "Where does it come from?" "How does this fit in with my religious beliefs?" "During his birth." lacking in completeness and resolution for her. Her actual experience on the couch will answer her . This is the purpose of Past Life Therapy. however the therapy does not require this belief to be effective. The answers to the previous questions actually form the framework for the definition of Past Life Therapy which can be defined as a therapeutic approach to the unconscious mind which traces problems to their original source wherever that source may be. or your boss? Do you have a compulsive eating disorder? Do you experience wide mood swings? Are you able to cope with stress effectively? Are you extremely dominant or extremely passive? If you answer yes to any of these questions. how could he experience his mother's thoughts and feelings?" "Do I have to believe in reincarnation?" Have you asked these questions of yourself? Are there patterns in your own behavior that seem unexplainable and uncontrollable? Are there destructive patterns in your relationships with others. Giving Ana the answers to all these questions would give her nothing more than another "intellectual exercise. it indicates unconscious programming that motivates a repetition of certain patterns of behavior.

She is to be married in two months and is experiencing an intensification of the symptoms she previously has known. I know she loves me. I'm not very clean inside." She expresses obsessive fear of being fat as this will make her an "outcast. uncovered elements commonly seen in anorexia-bulimia that temporarily increase her symptoms. Whenever she comes near me." She fears "not belonging" if she gains even the slightest amount of weight. She experiences irregularity in her monthly periods and. anticipating something that is unknown. "Sometimes I feel like I'm against a brick wall with nowhere to go. they stopped altogether. She feels her need to be thin comes from her fears of "being seen." She is fearful of having a responsible. Issues she thought were resolved are re-stimulated as she set her wedding date." She shows confusion and frustration when questioned about her parents. visible position in life. She reluctantly agrees to this and we begin the process that provides a starting place for probing her unconscious knowledge. for a few months. waiting. Ana also suffers intense intestinal pain secondary to diagnosed colitis with chronic constipation. She states. in the first session.Page 25 questions as we continue. the . She is fearful and realizes she should not be getting married in her current state of emotional and physical health. "Every time she tries to help me it only gets worse. This is most evident in her feelings about her mother. Ana's presentation. but it doesn't help. "I don't feel very healthy. I'm cornered. She was late beginning her periods as part of the onset of this problem.

This allows her to understand the various issues present in her behavior. 2) The presence of irregularity and cessation in the menstrual cycle. Sometimes when she's around I want to scream and never stop. 4) Feelings of intestinal pain manifested by colitis and constipation. It is important to correlate these with the material from her death experience in the concentration camp.Page 26 tension gets worse." In helping Ana recognize her problems. they must be defined in simple statements. but she always makes things worse." cause her to stay out of positions or responsibility and supporting her fear of being fat. and a sense that her father "isn't there. The relationship between her current life situation and past trauma is: . They follow. I can't tell you what she does to me. 1) The obvious presence of an eating disorder which was so severe as to be life threatening. as seen in the unconscious fear of being fat." All these issues are present in my initial interview with Ana and are recognized as symptoms rather than caused factors. 3) The presence of an intense fear of "being seen" and of "not belonging. 5) An existing relationship with her mother that is threatening and angry. actually sicker. She really does try to help. I feel more anxious.

She reflects upon her state of health.?' . it only makes things worse -. This came from her fear of "not belonging" which connected her to a group of starving people in the camp. "There's a certain excitement to the idea of having lived before in a different lifetime. her experiences with prior therapies. 3) A selection from her peer group of dancers as the youngest professionally paid dancer in the troupe which activated her unconscious death anxiety.there's a big 'what if.Page 27 1) An eating disorder relating primarily to the intense unconscious death fear she experienced from feelings of fullness. 4) A relationship now with her mother based on her unconscious promise that "I'll never get close to mother again. At the end of this initial interview. unconsciously striving for resolution of these issues." Ana is living out those old patterns in her current life. thus supporting her eating disorder as a secondary cause. Ana is quite enthusiastic about doing the therapy. If my mother loves me. It's intriguing -.. 2) An irregularity and cessation of her menstrual cycle connected with the experimentation upon her uterus as part of the physiological stress incurred from the anorexia.I'll die.. The stress from work we have started at the unconscious level makes her anorexic symptoms more intense and debilitating. and especially upon the one Past Life therapy session at the seminar in which a young man experienced his prenatal period and birth.

Seeing this man go through his birth was a pivotal point to me. she knew that this would allow her to go past her mind's boundaries to the source of her problems. I could feel myself riveted to what he was saying. The nineteen of us who were not chosen sat back to observe. What if I did live before? What if those lifetimes do influence me now? What if I actually can recall and relive those experiences? What exactly would that be like? She feels introspective and hopeful that she will discover the root of her "uncontrollable and incurable" problems. I wanted to experience this as did every person in the room. the questions still there. After seeing this demonstration. . I was determined to have this experience. but he could only choose one. We begin the process of exploration with a life experience in which she finds the expression of a mother's love as the signal for her own traumatic death.Page 28 that captures the imagination. He asked for a volunteer to experience his own birth. the anticipation running high. "I remember the psychologist running this group talking about Past Life Therapy. She continues to express her sense of anticipation." Ana describes his experience as he experientially relived his birth trauma from the position of his mother in labor. She is ready to take the step from watching another person to her own experience.

If I tell my family. They say I'm selfish and don't want children. Soon she is again experiencing fear and confusion. When I think of it. I feel angry at being forced to do this. We are doing a week of intensive therapy so I see her daily. alone and lost. but it's not true. allowing her unconscious mind to trace these same feelings to wherever they are to be found. I feel sick to my stomach and panic takes over. close her eyes. they get angry and accuse me of things that aren't true. She suddenly begins screaming and twisting her body violently as if to get away from unseen hands. "I didn't do it!" "I didn't do it!" "I wasn't there!" . and focus on her sick feelings." It is my third session with Ana. I'm afraid to go any further.Page 29 "I can't go on with this marriage. I'm frightened. "After our last session I thought it would all go away. that I'd be better. I feel sick. It was the session of the previous day in which she experienced death in a concentration camp and her symptoms have intensified with extreme feelings of panic and anger. But it's worse! I feel worse now than when we started!" I ask her to lie down.

" Other voices are interjecting new words causing new feelings for Ana. What are they saying?" "I don't want to hear them. They're angry with me. she's near me and I hear her close to my ear." "It's my mother." "I love your soul more than your body. I love you. throwing rocks at me. I did it because I love you. "I saw her kill the baby. "Just say the words from the one voice that you don't want to hear." . "Repeat the words to me.Page 30 "I'm being pulled out of a group of people. shouting at me." "Listen to their words. I had to tell them about you to save your soul." "She's no good. her body taut and her face frowning. Quote the first words you hear. Two men are holding my arms and forcing me to stand where others can see me." "The whole village is here." She is in a tense silence again. The fear pours from her with these words." "Say the first words that come to mind." Ana is suddenly still and stops talking.

She is tied tightly to an upright post with dry wood in a circle around her. I didn't want him to die. it wasn't my fault. . She is crying loudly. "I didn't do it. The fire's heat blends with her stark terror into one overwhelming and engulfing experience as she screams: "It's just like the fence." "He was dying anyway." "Burn her!" Ana is dragged roughly away by the screaming mob as it rushes her along." She now spontaneously blends the common dynamics shared by the two intensely traumatic deaths by electrocution and burning." "Only witches do that. I loved him. it's just like the fence. shouting and striking at her." "You're wrong. She moves through the death scene several times until she releases all of her fear and pain from this lifetime." "I saw her swallow snakes." "She let my baby die.Page 31 "She killed the baby as it was born." The crowd is beyond hearing her and has an energy of its own. trying to scream to them through her tears and their angry noise that she is innocent. she has done nothing wrong.

know they are coming from this past life. Ana. Ana. All I can do is love you while you die." She is crying quietly. I know he's going to die. His face is blue. Connect back into that same lifetime at the point of trauma with the baby. There's nothing I can do. Tell me what you're seeing. you can't live. Ana. I love you. It's almost like the words my mother said to me at the fence." "I see his little face -. let's move into this unresolved area relating to your mother and the child's death. Listen to the words." "All I can do is love you while you die." "Talk to the baby. I know he's dying." . Her loving me means my death. He is struggling to breathe and working very hard. almost purple. Look at him closely. little baby. Ana." "Say it again. but I don't know what to do." "Look at you. I'm sorry." "Look at the baby. I'm so sorry. you can't live." "Say that seems contorted in shape. I'm so sorry." "Give me the first words that come to mind. What are you saying to him?" "I'm sorry.Page 32 "Ana. "Look at you.

" "Listen to the words. Ana. Keep moving forward to the very next words that come to mind. She thinks I smothered it. Someone is saying. Ana. My God. There's nothing I can do. Say the words. "Someone is screaming at me. She is screaming to the whole village that I am a witch that took the breath of life from the baby. All I can do is let him die. Ana. They think I killed the baby." Suddenly her body is taut and rigid on the couch. but there's nothing I can do.Page 33 "That's right. I'm trying to explain to her but she is screaming hysterically." "I love him. Who is saying those words from behind you?" "It's my mother! She thinks I killed the baby." "What evil possessed you to do this? Why did you kill the baby? I saw you. 'What evil possessed you to do this?' " "Say it again. saying I must be a witch." "I'm covering his face so he can die quietly. Recognize the voice." "They're coming from behind me. why did you kill the baby?" "Listen to the words." .

It is your soul from God that I love. extrapolated to her current life. is closely held within the fear of being singled out. It is the only way we can save your soul. . Ana. Ana gains conscious objectivity after reliving each of the dynamic points of trauma contained within this lifetime." 2) Her intense fear of "being seen" or "singled out" comes from the two death experiences in which she is singled out from a crowd and sent to a painful. These point.Page 34 "Listen to her words. We must purge you to save your soul. which was one underlying component of her anorexia. my daughter is a witch that kills babies. are as follows: 1) Her present confused and angry relationship with her mother comes from two death experiences where her mother caused her death "out of love for her. my Lord. traumatic death. 3) Her fear of not belonging. You are a witch. What is she saying?" "You took his breath. This objectivity allows her to connect the traumatic elements from this lifetime to those of her life in the concentration camp and to her current life problems. leading to the ultimate purging of the "evil that possessed her" to save her soul and deliver her from these satanic practices. She kills babies! We must purge you of this evil. Oh." This intense phobia of witchcraft and demons causes her Mother's fears and accusations to spread rapidly through the village.

Page 35 4) There is an added twist in the burning death in that she is accused of causing the child's death while her feeling of love for the child is an element in that child's death. As you will see in the next chapter. thrown up after breakfast just this morning. She talks of the vomiting she often does as a means of avoiding weight gain. At times. . she describes her feelings of fullness as causing anxiety and panic. When this happens she discreetly excuses herself and forces herself to throw up the food she has eaten. inducing fear she will die if she cannot eliminate these feelings from her body. This is the opposite polarity of her death caused by her mother. "You'll find out today. After this session Ana reveals she had an abortion at age 17 and that her mother had one abortion prior to Ana's birth. Ana starts our next session in a markedly different mood. "How far back does this stuff go?" A Past Life Therapist appreciates the fun in this. She is quite adept at vomiting as she will show me during this particularly stressful session." I told her. Vomiting is the way she clears the fullness and panic from her body and she has. The contrast from her previous fear and panic lends a certain humor to her question. As she focuses on this eating/vomiting cycle. in fact. You'll answer your own question. I ask Ana of her feelings since our last session. she cannot avoid eating due to pressure from her family. these abortions evolve directly out of the mother/child death interplay.

the choking. she begins to relive the facts of this particular death." "My body is filling with water. This feeling is taken forcefully into her unconscious mind during the moments of her panic-stricken death. Her entry to the source is easier this time. She is an infant in a basket set afloat on a river. We will work this feeling repeatedly and release it. I urge her to continue moving through this trauma to experience all the thoughts and emotions. and as she comes into contact with the actual situation. I ask her again to direct her unconscious mind to the infant in the basket and release especially this sensation of fullness. As she comes through it to an aftermath of calm objectivity that is seen after a physical death experience." "I can't breath.Page 36 Closing her eyes. She describes the . "I'm drowning. Part of the feeling of panic is the feeling of swallowing and filling with water." "Help me!" She continues these words of trauma while choking and gasping in terror on the couch. Her drowning comes as the basket slowly fills with water. she focuses to the source for these compulsive actions. she begins to choke and cough with a violent convulsion in her abdomen. covering and immersing her in sensory panic. however. smothering feelings -everything necessary to re-experience and resolve the trauma.

She achieved resolution a thousand years later. Her mother was very young when she gave birth. Ana's mother is forced to place her in a basket and push her into the river. but resolution gained by eliminating the water. The only way to appease their anger is to sacrifice the cursed infant. didn't we?" We continue to complete the story of her being set adrift on the river. She changed this death experience on the unconscious level by finally expelling the sense of fullness and experiencing her survival of the ancient trauma. I guess we took care of vomiting. she jerks up violently as the reality of this past death spills up and over into this current time on the couch. "Well. Ana has done. what she could not do then as the drowning baby.Page 37 feelings of panic. She no longer has to strive for survival by continually trying to empty herself. She vomits into the container I place at her face. She looks at me with teary. Her focus next brings a ritual scene conducted by a primitive tribal people to appease the gods. She had not yet been given in marriage to the father of the baby by the tribal elders. smiling eyes and says. here and now. Her abdomen is heaving forcefully as she screams from the intense sense of fullness. causing the village elders to declare the gods angry and sending bad crops. The tribe members believe the crops have failed because the gods are angry with her and her mother. The baby is born with a deformed spine. beginning with the choking and retching movements she previously experienced. Suddenly. She speaks in a dialect that Ana does not understand until I ask her for the meanings in English – . It is a satisfying emptying of herself.

became the only solution for her. this death has again defined: 1) Her mother's love associated with the causation of death. She talks about her feelings prior to seeking her abortion in her current life experience. It is the same scream that came from her in the death by fire and her death at the concentration camp fence. as we shall later see. 2) The feeling of fullness creating panic. Ana opens her eyes and begins making connections for herself. so they can't hurt you. On every level. 3) The feeling of again not belonging. She connects past life experiences with behavior and emotions to this current life when she found herself pregnant and unmarried as in the tribal incident. by abortion. She realizes why the baby's death. she hears her mother's scream becoming a part of the panic of drowning. As the basket overturns. she felt her own survival was threatened. baby but you must go. Basically. Go now. resulting into anorexic vomiting and also related to her previous abortion. they'll never let you be happy. .Page 38 "Your unconscious mind will tell what your mother is saying." "I love you. If you stay here. they'll hurt you." Ana can hear her mother crying as the basket is swept down the river. of being outcast from her people.

I felt external pressure to be rid of the baby. I feared they would cause problems for both me and the baby. She had existing unconscious programming that causes panic with feelings of fullness. Everything will be alright. It'll be alright. much worse. I felt society would not accept a child of mixed racial background." "I was pregnant trying to overcome the feelings of worthlessness and shame I felt due to my anorexia. Her . the pregnancy had made things much worse.' " "After the abortion. She vomited after eating and took laxatives three or four times a week." "The day of my abortion I felt depressed and very frightened. I suffered hard cramps and heavy bleeding for a long time. I knew I was killing my baby but I couldn't help it. I really had no choice in the matter. I remember swearing I'd never do that again to myself or another baby. I could remember my mother's words to me as I was taken away to surgery. I knew my family could not accept this. we all love you. I really felt love for it and talked to it all day prior to the surgery." In fact. I wanted to scream but I couldn't. I was given gas and I remember the horrible panic I felt going into the darkness.Page 39 "The baby's father was of another race. 'I love you. Mother had said over and over again. However. being pregnant only made everything much.

Our work in past life experiences is being beneficial. unconsciously." She pauses a moment. I encourage her -"Don't judge what you've found. It's eyes are closed. It looks like a baby fox or a wolf. was essential for her survival as she had to be rid of that growing fullness. "I see a small hairy animal." The session begins by asking her to unconsciously locate the source of her problems at the very beginning of her experience of life on earth." I tell her. Now Ana approaches her sessions with less struggle and pain and finds her daily experiences are changing. much different now. She also feels much of the intensity is gone." Finally. then begins: ." "Say out loud what you're thinking. "Tell me what you are physically doing watching this pup. "I'm no longer driven by those awful feelings.Page 40 abortion. Her reactions indicate she is within the experience but is reluctant to accept what she finds. We can finish it. she speaks in a halting voice that indicates her reaction to the scenes she now envisions. I still feel fear at times and I still have some trouble when I think of eating but it's much easier." "Feel your own body." "Let the experience come as the others did. It's playing or moving around.

" "I'll try to move." Ana is experiencing an animal consciousness." "I can't live if I can't move. "She knows I must die.Page 41 "I can't move. She is experiencing an integration of this pre-verbal. beginning to cry. Ana's mother comes toward her and Ana is happy that she will be fed." "If I can't move." ." "Why don't you want me? Because I can't move?" "I'm so hungry. I can't let you live. You would only suffer." Ana's mother's actions are saying to her -"You're not perfect." "I'll do anything you want if you'll feed me. You could never feed and care for yourself. When mother reaches her. I'm deformed and she must kill me. she slowly and deliberately lays down on top of Ana and begins smothering her. "If I can't move." "Please feed me." Ana says. I promise. I can't hunt food. pre-human consciousness with her current human abilities which provide words for the scenes and sensations she feels. I'm starving. I can't eat." "I'm hungry but I can't get to my mother to eat.

I won't eat much. Ana's problems in current life are caused by the unresolved issues existing from her past lives. I promise you. I can't breathe!" "Get off of me!" "Help me! I'll be good." "You're killing me!" "Don't love me this way.." "I won't eat much. we discover that she dies a death of hunger as an outcast from her litter. I'll move. Her cry speaks of all the sadness in the world when pain is mixed with a mother's love at the death of her child. This . her lingering howl will become so familiar. "I can't breathe!" "Mother. And through centuries to come. please. please. she easily relates this animal's suffocation to her death by drowning and the other incidents of maternal love and death.!" She is slipping into death as she hears the loud. With this death.. mournful howl of her mother. With her death as a deformed wolf pup. please don't love me this way. mother. Ana dies quickly due to her condition of starvation and weakness existing at birth.Page 42 Ana panics in suffocation as the trauma of death becomes steadily more real for her.

The concept of animal lives causes problems for many people. Due to this past reality. Each evolutionary stage she passed contained elements she needed to complete the unresolved issues from the animal life. Because this painfully ended her life at an incomplete stage. fear. What is acceptable is Ana's psychological resolution of a past reality. The procedures were all done as experiments on her uterus that caused fear and death. Ana connected her mother's love with death and pain. thus. She experiences sex with pain. The act of being "singled out" was found in four different lifetimes. It is not necessary to accept this as reality. she continually attempted resolution in later lifetimes. it was simply a fact of nature. However. the need to complete that ancient life experience created Ana's unconscious programming for repeated destructive . However. Ana's issues started with her death as a tiny wolf-like animal. as the camp sexual trauma also occurred prior to the onset of her menstrual periods.Page 43 death involved her mother in an act of animal love that caused her death as the only way of expressing that love. each experience also added a new dimension of complexity to the original issues. no anger. and death. She believed acceptance by those around her brought fear and starvation as in the concentration camp. These all were a part of the reality of Ana's current psychological makeup as she entered this lifetime with these experiences unresolved. as these also were in the camp. making this work effective. The animal life had no malice. She identified feelings of fullness with stark panic and death found in two lifetimes and to be found in her mother's abortion. no distorted intent.

Page 44 and fearful behavior in on-going attempts for resolution. Having no conscious mind to screen these experiences. This programming stays dormant until something demands it to function. The infant experiences everything the mother experiences including the interactions with her external and internal environment. I have consistently found these prenatal and birth experiences to form the basis for the behavior and perception of one's Self throughout life. The prenatal period of life is prior to the development of a functional conscious mind. In the years I have used this therapy. The infant has no rational screening of the input into his unconscious mind allowing experiences to go directly to the unconscious level making no independent decisions. during this period. When a baby is in a mother's womb. There is no stronger human connection than this mother/infant bonding during the nine-month period leading to birth. the adult experiences self-love and self-acceptance if. If a mother is depressed or uses drugs and alcohol. If the mother has feelings of rejection for the baby. its unconscious mind is created by the mother's conscious and unconscious experience of the world. he receives feelings of love and acceptance from mother. the infant's way of coping with trauma and stress can go . With our sessions. Simplistically. Our next session will make clear how these elements were restimulated in the prenatal period thus activating them as a pattern in her current lifetime. she can finally release all the pain and trauma from the past here and now. they become part of the fetal unconscious mind. these feelings will serve as the foundation for the adult self-image.

promiscuity. his mind spinning wildly. A black person. This creates many variations on the same underlying theme and establishes the issues and patterns which will be confronted during the coming lifetime. heart pounding. the use of chemical stimulants. Consider this example involving alcohol addiction as a prenatal motivation for coping with stress. or sugar binges -. He is running with his adrenaline surging at peak levels. The prenatal/birth experience becomes more complex when you consider how these experiences interact with past life programming. his stomach in knots. during the Civil War.Page 45 to one of two extreme polarities: it can become depressive with alcohol abuse or it can overcompensate to the opposite polarity causing an ability to cope that needs stimulation in a variety of forms -." "I'll die if I have to go back. "I've got to get away.whatever will overcome the unpleasant feelings of depression that accompany stress and trauma. Dogs and masters are chasing him. sweaty muscles quivering." "I can't stand it no more.going to bars. When the infinite mind becomes attached to a physical body. the totality of past experiences form the basis for the fetal patterns by activating related past life experiences." . He is terrorized. is escaping from a plantation where he is a slave. dangerous sports. His survival is directly dependent on this state of over stimulation.

. The stimulation is further heightened: "I can't stand it no more. He hears the dogs getting closer." "I can't stand it no." He reaches the top of a steep hill. "I can't go back. faint with exhaustion. You get back on up here now." "I ain't going down there after you. Ezzy. he's fighting panic and nausea. He scrambles along the ridge to the other side only to come to a steep drop.Page 46 He runs up a hill to get over a ridge to the river where he can lose the dogs. we see you down there. Their voices are above him. . His energy drains from him as the depression caused by years of brutal slavery numbs him all at once." A single shot rings out and hits Ezzy in the stomach. I can't stand it no more. causing his anguished desperation to rise. He's losing time and his pursuers are rapidly closing distance. "Ezzy. He climbs down the rocky face finding finger holds here and toeholds there. I just can't stand it no more. Gasping for air. fear and adrenaline are all that keep him going. Master. He falls back off the ledge and down many feet to the ground below. It's going to kill me. his strength gone. followed by a second shot in the throat.." Ezzy's panic turns to despair. get yourself back on up here. finally collapsing on a ledge thirty feet below.

at times. His behavior will find one of the two polarities and will. becoming either a chronically depressed alcoholic or a chronic seeker of drug experiential hyper-stimulation. Ana's feelings for her mother have changed. . Now instead of pushing mother away. "I can't stand it anymore. In our work with Ana." He feels he will not survive." She feels the affects of drinking large amounts of alcohol which the fetus experiences with her.Page 47 Ezzy leaves this lifetime with the sense of overwhelming depression with the words. Mother's overwhelming depression re-stimulates the existing unconscious programming in the fetus for depression and nonsurvival. I just can't stand it anymore. swing back and forth between the two extremes of behavior." These feelings of depression come after hyper-stimulation. thus experientially establishing the two polarities of depression/stimulation. If her mother showed her love. We also must release her prenatal and birth trauma to make effective changes in her life current life. This unconscious programming comes into place at the conception starting the next pregnancy. he feels. he carries this stress/depression programming with him. He'll never marry me. releasing her past life experiences is not enough. Previously. she is beginning to feel a defensive attachment for her mother. Under stress. as she thinks. It's going to kill me. as an adult. Later. The mother feels the despondency of an unwanted pregnancy. He may stay in one of the two extremes. Ana unconsciously felt that she was about to die. "I can't stand it anymore. "I can't stand it no more. she couldn't stand having her mother around her.

pain. While not totally free of her fears centered on eating. On the couch. "Focus all the work we've done so far. "She'll kill me." . her eyes closed. and is experiencing an improved attitude towards her pending marriage. and spirit. thoughts. her words emphatic. and emotions into your mother's pregnancy." Her breathing slows. they are greatly diminished. These lingering fears are indicative of the work to be done in the prenatal and birth stages. She feels "up" and excited and ready to continue therapy. all the feelings. This significant work will completely release the past life programming as we begin a very intense prenatal session. she still has a diminished fear of dying if she allows her mother too close. Ana feels subjectively improved in mood. health. Ana breathes easily with a slight smile on her face. She is also showing considerable change in her eating. her relaxed smile dissolves as her face becomes very tense. She has chosen her dress and those of the bridal party. She eats without feeling panic and without regurgitating and also sleeps well after the evening meal. however.Page 48 Lingering with these new feelings. The feelings of defensiveness for her mother indicate a polarity of fear of the maternal love programming that surfaces later in her therapy. Consciously connect to that part of the experience that activates the past life experiences.

what would you say to her?" . I don't want to get rid of it." "Say the next words." "She'll kill me if she finds out." "Whose words are those. In reaction to these emotions which stem from the unconscious memories of rejection." (Mother) "My mother will kill me if she finds out." Ana is crying. I don't want to get married now. Expand this thought. Now can you say that?" (Father) "We can't have a baby. Tears run down her cheeks as she holds herself." "Whose words are those. it's my father talking to my mother. Ana. Yes. Ana?" "My mother's. Ana? Who are you listening to now?" "I think it's my father. "Ana. if you could talk to your mother. I can't be pregnant and not married." (Father) "We have to get rid of it fast. There's no money. There's no way we can afford to feed a baby." (Mother) "I want the baby." (Father) "Then you'd better get an abortion. We've got to find someone to take care of this. we can't afford it.Page 49 "Repeat those words.

but I can't have it. She can feel her mother gently crying while thinking to herself: "I want this baby.moving forward from a safe and secure place into the light proves fatal. they won't find me. Ana is pulled forward and out of the uterus. I can barely hear her breathing." . As Ana experiences the abortion. I'll be safe. This conscious reaction is formed by her past life programming." "If I stay against the wall." Her body suddenly convulses in spasms and immediately is very still. She connects this act with being found and pulled forward from the village crowd in the burning death and with leaving the safety of the brick wall in the concentration camp. The pattern is the same -.Page 50 "Please don't kill me." "I'll be a good girl. There is a single intense jerk as an instrument finally hits the embryo and dislodges it from its safe place. she is directly centered within her mother's emotions and thoughts. She whispers: "If I lay very still. The words she is saying are her adult conscious reaction to her sensory experience as a threatened unconscious being." "I won't eat much." "I'll do anything you want if you let me live." Ana's words come as her adult mind speaks for the fetus.

As she regains her own identity she is outside both her mother's body and that of the aborted embryonic body." "Maybe this one will come back to me." "It would never have a good home without our being married. Ana feels herself gently lifted away from the scene as the picture of her mother fades. ." Ana sobs her mother's tears and grieves the death of this unknown child. "I can't breathe. Her body becomes relaxed and peaceful. I can't breathe. Before I can speak. "I will come back to you." "I'll be back and we'll make all the pain go away.Page 51 "I love my baby." "We need each other. She is deeply connected with her mother and her overwhelming sadness. but it's best this way." "I can have other children. she begins gasping and breathing heavily." With these thoughts. She is again experiencing trauma. She wants to give words to these feelings." "I promise I will come back so you can be my mother." She is panicky and tense and in acute respiratory distress.

" "I'd be better off if I killed myself and the baby now." "No use running away. I've got no place to go. ." "I don't like this. Her breathing is greatly improved as she pats her stomach.Page 52 Ana has returned to the same mother in her following pregnancy. I'll kill the baby. It hurts. "If I keep this up." "I've got to get away from her." "I'm alone. I love you." These words from mother move Ana to experience a different phase of mother's pregnancy. Her mother now suffers double pneumonia with periodic asthma attacks." "What kind of life can it have in a mess like this?" This line of thought keeps spinning through the mother's mind as she takes medication that eases her asthma attack." "I'm scared of being a mother. saying quietly: "I love you." "He hates me. always so alone." "I don't know how to be a good mother. baby. Her unconscious mind is drawn to this pregnancy at a point of parallel dynamics." "Why does it have to hurt?" "I can't stand being married.

It also reinforces the experience in her of this current life with the dance company." "I don't feel healthy." "Pregnant women are always fat and ugly. It is another variation within the unconscious pattern motivating anorexia nervosa. he'll never love me." "The doctor says I'm too sick to breast feed." "He treats me so badly when I'm fat and ugly." "Everybody tells me I'm ugly." As Ana repeats these words. "I don't like to get fat." She is repeating her mother's words from another point of trauma during the prenatal experience. Before we worked her past lives.Page 53 "Why do I keep throwing up?" "It hurts so much. Mother's feelings about marriage and pregnancy reactivate Ana's past unconscious programming and marriage is seen as movement forward. as being singled out and taken from an area of safety to her own death. she realizes they form the foundation for her feelings about marriage and pregnancy." "I'm sick." "I hate being ugly." "I'm not a good mother." "I'm getting so fat. the .

... too.... However......." "He's not good to me.................." "I hate him......... "He hates me...." "I'd kill him if I could............." "They'll probably put me in an insane asylum. it was told to her in general terms and Ana now relives a suicide attempt by her mother during her early pregnancy..Page 54 idea of marriage greatly exacerbated her anorexic symptoms which were further imprinted by the prenatal stage of her experience with her mother............ Ana enters the experience as mother is made aware that she is pregnant.. Ana...... .............. ....... her voice a hollow monotone......." Ana's mother is swallowing pills as she thinks words...... Her affect is flat and emotionless...." "I can't be a good mother like this..............." "I'd kill us all if I could... When her pregnancy was confirmed." "How can I bring a baby into this marriage. The final phase of our prenatal work uncovers a traumatic incident that was told to Ana by her mother earlier in her life............. is swallowing visibly after each sentence...... Ana immediately feels and reflects this depressive state....... her mother suffered a deep depression causing an attempted suicide with a large number of sleeping pills..

Page 55 "I'm going away now." Ana is becoming progressively more depressed and lethargic. Both father and grandmother are yelling at her." "Where am I going?" "Why should I live?" "What is there to live for?" "I won't give that bastard a baby. How many of these damn things did you take?" . Father keeps shaking her roughly. wake up." "I'll deny him everything I can. Ana feels hands suddenly grabbing her mother and pulling her to her feet. She's barely mumbling as she experiences her mother slipping into unconsciousness. damn it." "I'm killing my baby and sending it to a better place. (Father) "Wake up." "Where does all this pain come from?" "I'm dying. "What have you done?" "How many of these pills did you take?" "You bitch. answer me!" Father is shaking mother while grandmother calls a doctor.

father and grandmother have found her shortly after she has taken the pills. We have worked the developmental stress points thus clearing the emotional connections to past programming." "Get that stuff out of there. Fortunately. The only way to keep her alive is to make her vomit. Continued probing of the prenatal period reveals no further points of trauma. She has been ordered to vomit to save her life which causes the bulimic component of the anorexia. . Mother had been depressed by the sleeping pills thus allowing these commands to be printed forcibly into the unconscious minds of both her and the fetus. damn you. vomit. Mother becomes more awake and crying uncontrollably now that the pills are gone from her body." Father forces his fingers down mother's throat causing Ana to wretch and gag with tears streaming down her cheeks." The probing fingers work their way through mother's drugged lethargy enough to stimulate her gag response and she cries as she empties her stomach contents onto the floor. Ana now knows another cause for her need to vomit. These patterns will no longer be alive for Ana and re-stimulate her undesired behavior. "Vomit. It is easy to recognize the commanding tone her father used with her mother.Page 56 (Grandmother) "Make her vomit.

She is pulled directly into this experience. These are the feelings that now exist due to the process where by Ana began her own experiences of life outside the uterus." The infant is experiencing everything the mother experiences as Ana is more feeling than the doctors know. This becomes the first experience of stress by the infant and establishes the manner in which she will handle stress the rest of our life." "There's no heartbeat." "We're losing the mother. During birth." "Push! Push!" "You've got to help or you'll kill your baby.Page 57 We now begin our work in the most dynamic experience known to any of us. Birth! Each past life occurrence that is re-stimulated during the prenatal period is contained in the single experience of birth." "It's not moving. Ana will experience birth as an imprinted pattern within the unconscious mind of the baby. but I'm afraid we'll lose the baby. "It's stuck. she is vulnerable to the varying responses of the individuals around her." "Do something quickly." Ana reveals these words as coming from the doctor as we work directly into her current birth. even though she cannot understand the words in this pre-verbal state as they imprint upon her . "We may be able to save the mother.

we access these words and psychic impressions. Ana's body is suddenly convulsed by a surge of jolting energy.Page 58 unconscious mind." . will be related to experiences of present time. one intense emotion blends into the next. causing the blood supply to her fetal brain to be cut off. In therapy." "We've got her back. as she attains verbal skills. seconds seem like eternity. Ana feels the uterine walls around her go dead. these words emotionally charged. This happens with Ana as she relives the anxieties of the medical team as her mother moves close to death during the next stage of delivery of the baby. "I've got a good pulse here. Blackness invades the space where she is immobilized. She feels the panic of those around her as they try to resuscitate this woman who has suddenly gone into cardiac arrest. Time has no dimension. The resuscitation efforts are frantically becoming the primary focus of her facing consciousness." "She's breathing spontaneously. Ana's effect is more depressed. Later. The pulsing heartbeat that has been a part of her existence since conception now stops. She is experiencing her mother's dying. This intense wave of power totally engulfs her as it passes through the uterus and into the infant's body.

I'm going to vomit!" A nurse holds a basin as mother wretches. She feels dazed by the electrical shocks and the extreme anxiety. My God. "Get it out of me! Get it out of me!" "I hate this. "I feel sick. "It's okay. Ooww! They're pulling me and twisting my head." "I'm not ready." Ana experiences intense pain in her neck with the words: "They're using forceps.Page 59 Ana is aware that the medical team is attempting to stabilize her mother as her own level of consciousness is returning." "Don't touch me. tension. that's what it is. Her mother is becoming conscious. saying. I can feel one along the back of the right side of my head and the other is along the front of my face running down my left check. It hurts!" Ana feel mother's nausea. damn it! Don't stop now!" . "You've got to push." Ana goes back and forth between her own infant experiences and her mother's fear and nausea. try to relax. Keep breathing. I'm sick of it. and anger of the doctor as he tries to complete this difficult forceps delivery.

joy. should see her birthing. Again. They are physical and they feel is pure sensation. She still feels the forceps in place when there is a sudden coldness and light. She is pulled into another place where people coldly "do their job" and can "do with me as they wish. where her screams echo from the electric fence and the burning stake. . but with Ana. and death. abandonment. anger. damn it. and acceptance in some births. She feels pain in her feet and ankles as they are held together in one hand with her head upside down.Page 60 "She's going to kill this baby if she doesn't help. it is panic. She feels alone and abandoned with feelings of imminent death. push!" Ana is saying these words of anger with feelings of intense pressure around her body and forceps around her head. It clearly shows the physical and emotional sensitivity that does exist." She is removed from mother and roughly passed to other hands." "Push. pain." bringing a feeling of desperation and fear. It could be pure love. "She's on her own. from a safe place into a place of fear. Ana feels less pressure around her body as the forceps finally pull her free. There are no words at this infant level -. She is pulled. The doctor says. death because of mother's love becomes a powerful reality. These are all past life feelings triggered within this birthing process. pain. again. The words and feelings of her mother are implanted into Ana's unconscious mind thus re-stimulating the dormant mother/love death issues. and a sense of impending death. Anyone who believes Ana's neurological condition at birth makes her impervious to pain.

We continue working with her feelings of aloneness and fear of impending death blended with the physical sensations she is experiencing. this life. She is immersed in these feelings as she feels an object deep in her throat. Anger swells rapidly inside her as she verges on losing control. thus. Her focus shifts to an intense feeling of anxiety with a sense of physical dread and fear. "Come on. She is a wild torrent of movement and words going through the birthing process once again. The slightest irritation is magnified to an unbearable intensity. and this time. totally dominated by both fear and anger. clearing a path for air to enter. Her definition of marriage and child-bearing are. Her conscious experience of this fear is expressed as anger. She is instantly immersed in the baby's delivery while centered in her mother's feelings. Mother has entered this delivery with tremendous fear and anxiety. baby. It is these maternal dynamics that are creating the unconscious boundaries of Ana's feelings for marriage and birth. "I can't eat this God damn stuff. Ana is slowly moving her pelvis as she clenches and unclenches her fists.Page 61 These are experimental realities defining her entrance into this world. breathe!" Slap! Her backside stings as she feels a sudden surge in her chest and abdomen." . The burning pain intensifies as her lungs open and expand for the first time. Get it away from me.

Because this fear is motivated by unconscious programming. Mother." "I hate it." .Page 62 Mother angrily shoves a tray of food away from her as she awaits delivery." Mother says a burst of angry words to the nurse caring for her and lapses into a brooding silence between her contractions. She is breathing deeply and pushing against the couch with her hands." "Don't touch me. knows only that she is extremely angry and needs to be left alone with no one touching her. Her fear is activating her own past issues and Ana's as well. "Stop trying to feed me!" "Stop jabbing at me. She continually builds pressure and intensity while her body waits to erupt. "This is killing me. Anger is in total control of her behavior as a response to her fear and pain. Ana is identified with her mother's experience. however." "I'm going to be sick." "Leave me alone. Anger flashes across her face as a nurse asks to check her cervix for dilation. She is having abdominal spasms as mother's uterus contracts. She breathes deeply and tries to relax but an angry tirade keeps rushing through her mind being experienced by both Ana and her mother. the staff around mother sees her behavior as totally irrational.

" Ana is experiencing mother's reactions as re-stimulation from the German concentration camp where water was painfully flushed into her uterus as part of their "scientific" research. Ana gains the ability to recognize that which comes from her mother's experience and that which is triggered from her own memory.Page 63 "I'm tired of all of you." "Don't let it kill my baby. She knows her mother's irrational behavior is being triggered by the experience of her own birth." "I don't want this." "Get it out of me." . She re-experiences the pain and fear as she is "measured" and abused by unfeeling people who treat her with no regard for her wants or needs. however." "Don't touch me. On the couch." "I'm not ready yet. Mother's emotional reactions make sense. "Don't let it hurt my baby." "Get your hands away from me.the manner in which a mother is born will strongly influence the way she gives birth to her own baby. as Ana realizes a very basic principle -." "Don't bother me. The pressure of birth continues as Ana repeats more of her mother's words.

Page 64 "I'm too sick to do this." Ana's mother is going into cardiac arrest with her consciousness fading rapidly. The anxiety of the doctor and nurses hits a sudden peak as the adrenaline rush comes due to this unexpected incident. Ana repeats her mother's fading thoughts during this emergency. "I'm dying." "They can't save me." "I've killed us both." "I'm alone and dying, and there's nothing I can do about it." "Don't let go, don't let go." These last words are choked as Ana relives the electric jolts used to revive her mother. This jolt activates the baby's past experience of death by electrical shock. "It's that fence again, that same damn fence." "God, am I tired of hanging onto that God damn fence." With this realization, Ana is consciously in control of her birth experience. She has suffered all the major elements of past and prenatal trauma, experienced them completely, and released them. The remaining subtle issues are easily accessed and released by refocusing her consciousness back to "any area that still draws you or is demanding to control you."

Page 65 Ana sits up. She is content and at ease with her birth as she talks about its implications. "She almost killed me again, didn't she?" "We both nearly died in a place full of anger and fear." "I really felt uncared for as an individual; as if I didn't matter." "It was all there in my birth, wasn't it?" "Everything we found in all those other places was locked right into my getting born." "Even her trying to push me out led to death and made things worse." Ana has discovered the natural cycle of birth and death as a very direct experience in the evolution of the human consciousness. This consciousness has been evolving process are present, microcosmically, at the time of conception for a being that is incarnating. The following nine-month prenatal period will create a pattern of behavior that will assure the continued movement toward resolution by the physical and spiritual being. The prenatal experience re-stimulates unresolved areas of these past experiences activating them as issues in this lifetime. These issues will surface within the daily life experiences of the individual, having been potentiated during the process of birth. The elements of past trauma and current life problems are all compacted into the birth experience. Ana's experience, in

Page 66 therapy, has given her a sense of peace and satisfaction that these areas are finished. One final session with Ana relates her therapeutic work with the changes in her current life. She will find most of the questions she asked prior to therapy have been answered by the therapeutic work she has done. "I want you to come to my wedding. You'll see me get married, eat a big meal, and be close with my mother at the same time." Ana's voice is full of happiness and excitement as she eagerly invites me to her mother's house where she will be married in a sunset ceremony on the beach. Five months have passed since I last saw Ana in therapy and it is hard to realize she is the same woman that was so physically and emotionally drained in our first encounter. Her joy and enthusiasm are infectious and her laughter gives me a pleasant satisfaction. I enjoy seeing people in control and happy with their life once negative experiences and patterns are resolved. Lifting the control of unconscious trauma reveals Ana's ability to live a creative and productive life. She no longer lives with the illusion that she acted from free choice in her life when she actually reacted from unconscious programming. In fact, she did move from one radical polarity to another, repeating the same patterns and cycles causing her to feel life to be "happening to her" rather than controlling her life by making healthy choices. Ana is now making these choices. Joy is reflected in her voice and expressed in her graceful, relaxed movements. She now experiences an inner-spiritual renewal. She is elated at the elimination of her anxiety,

" This resolution is common for the majority of clients in my practice. Ana continued to communicate with me in the months that followed her wedding. The underlying anorexic behavior resolved after a period of time in which her eating patterns changed. and her mother. This alignment changes the inner expression from "I feel bad" to "I feel good. They experience a dramatic impact for the first few days after completion followed by a more effective response to varying life circumstances. her husband. She had to learn to feel good! This is common when an unconscious pattern has changed. However. These changes continue over a period of several moths. I was unable to attend Ana's wedding. and growing through her life's many stages. and anorexia. Ana's husband feeds her a piece of wedding cake as her smiling mother stands with them. now her anorexia is gone. She was feeling healthy and enjoying a better quality of day-today living. One gave me particular pleasure as it was Ana. The permanent changes are the most significant in that negative life situations still occur. This young woman is in control and will master the events and experiences of living. She and her husband went through most of the changes and . She experienced a vacuum. They solve problems by making healthy decisions. Integration processes for three or four days during which the conscious and unconscious function come into alignment. but I did receive several wedding pictures. loving.Page 67 depression. She had difficulty accepting her good feelings with a few days of depression immediately after finishing intensive therapy. but the client now has choices in these situations. Her symptoms defined her state of being so long that she felt confused and depressed without them.

She was unable to be fully in charge of her life. Some people make the right . Ana. Feelings of fullness brought no reaction of panic or fear of impending death. The therapy did not give Ana a panacea to make her life perfect. she came with issues that prevented her from enjoying life. None of her old trauma was re-stimulated. My role as therapist was to help her untangle these issues and facilitate the change of her conscious programming. As soon as birth takes place. We look forward to a long and happy life together." Like Ana. Her note simply said. She was incapable of choices and decisions that affected the way she lived. The final phase of Ana's life I shared was her first pregnancy. Ana. but it has changed her negative self-image and made her capable of enjoying a healthy response to the normal levels of daily stress. Love.Page 68 psychological adjustments that all newlyweds experience. "Somebody is on the way to join us. She now expresses her emotions directly and effectively with a basic sense of happiness and purpose in life. Always. The growing fullness in her abdomen was a source of satisfaction as she focused on creating a new life. She copes well with the stress of change and is able to communicate her own emotional experiences during these changes. we'll let you know who. Thank you for all you've done. could you change your life to make it better? What do you need to change in order to accomplish your inner potential? What stops you from doing things to improve your life? Why do you feel blocked? When Ana decided to enter therapy. My last note from Ana was a handwritten announcement." Ana went through her entire pregnancy happily and uneventfully. "Joshua has joined us.

Others born to affluence and unlimited opportunity are caught in cycles of despair and self-destruction. in therapy. During the course of our lives. Still others must overcome the problem caused by wealth and power. She actively creates her own life. nor did I work miracles. we need to overcome many circumstances in order to continue our development as conscious human beings. in so doing.Page 69 choices easily and their lives are effortless. This block was such a snarl of negative selfimages and unresolved issues that it kept her from a "normal" lifestyle. We do not have to be victims of our human experience. I helped her through the . enjoy their lives. She no longer acts from old programming. we know we do not approach our true potential. an ability to make the right choices. Some people use inherent strength to overcome the most difficult circumstances and. We strive for completion of unresolved issues that confront us. Ana was on her own path of development but reached a place of paralysis due to her unconscious trauma. Most of us are somewhere in-between as our lives are working and functioning. Victims of circumstances are people unable to make choices about their own lives. Others are totally incapable of making any healthy choices. Some must overcome sexual prejudice. Any therapist is simply a guide. Some are able to do this easily while others find it difficult. Uniting these circumstances is one thread common to us all. Ana achieved. I gave her no answers. yet. Life should be a happy experience for which we are individually responsible. Ana's negative programming was so dominant that she was incapable of making the right choices. others will live in social circumstances of illiteracy with a dependency on the social welfare system.

Traditional psychoanalyses. I helped her find her own answers and know her own choices. Defined as reincarnation or psychological symbolism. I have worked with thousands of clients who have come to a point of self-reliance and self knowledge. She now has the ability to create her life and accept responsibility for her own happiness. in the opinion of many therapists. as a therapist. The goal should be self-actualization achieved with support and guidance from the therapist. The term "self-actualization" is a part of the social jargon created by media overuse." The results achieved by Ana were not unusual. The goal of any therapeutic modality should be the attainment of emotional self-reliance. I use it because its meaning is inherently "the ability to know one's own life and happiness.Page 70 confusion and fear that existed in but one part of her entire life. comes when that tendency is used to resolve ingrained harmful issues. After our brief period together. these source experiences must be reached. this is anathema to therapy. Imposition of a limited context creates difficulties for the mind to reach the ultimate source for trauma. The human consciousness has a natural drive towards resolution. This larger context includes a range of experiences from past lives through the prenatal stage and birth to our lives here and now. she continued her journey. My personal experience is this occurs by resolution of . The drive is motivated from a much larger context than that provided by most traditional psychotherapeutic theories. Many traditional therapists create relationships with clients that foster long term dependency. does not provide this expanded access to the original source material. Success. By my definition.

but complete resolution is followed by the greatest possible therapeutic change. It is another way of saying. The achievement of "coping" is the product of work done within the limited therapeutic context. These results should reflect in daily decisions and make a difference when it "comes time to pay the rent and discipline the kids. at the unconscious level. Therapy should bring a change for the better. This goal is not always attainable on an outpatient basis which does not provide 24-hour support for serious cases. The aim with every client is to obtain freedom from the issues which are affecting their behavior. If the therapeutic context is restricted. so are the therapeutic results.I want them free of problems. People who do enter therapy are unable to maintain a healthy process for movement in their lives. They have learned to "see" their problems. It should make life healthier on a practical day-to-day basis. Some therapists say they are successful if they gain a minimal degree of behavioral change in fifty percent of their clients. and have learned to "cope" with or to "handle" their problems. is reflected in the way they live their lives." The problem still exists. Coping with problems is not solving problems. The definition of success should come when the client achieves complete resolution of the issues . I want clients no longer "coping" with problems -.Page 71 unconscious trauma. Resolution. People who release past issues on the unconscious level through their dreams and through daily living do not need therapy." The client has not been helped if positive change is not seen in the daily manner in which life is lived. "I'm adapting to this problem that I can't totally resolve.

.Page 72 presented. Success then. They must not return a few weeks or months later. comes from a therapeutic process when results motivate positive changes that last for a lifetime.

"As long as you're in pain." "I'll change your medication to something stronger you can take more often. you know you're alive." The most logical answer is never considered. As pain enters the chronic stage. I'll send you to psychiatrists.Page 73 Part Three. the client would have a new dynamic to consider in the mystery of continued pain with no physical cause." The medical answer is: "You should be out of pain by now.Birth Trauma as Source for Chronic Pain SPECIAL REPORT PART I Traditional treatment for chronic pain focuses on physical causes separate and apart from a client's beliefs and emotions and can be relieved only by drugs and physio-therapy. The birth of a baby marks a transition from a nine-month period of development for the physical body and unconscious mind to the onset of conscious-cognitive development." "There's no reason for you to feel pain now. and questions: "Why am I still in pain?" "When will it stop?" "Can't you do something to stop this hurting?" "The pain is driving me crazy. emotional involvement." Given this answer. it intensifies and fails to respond to pain-killing medication. With failure comes confusion." "If this doesn't work. This newly developing mind accepts as .

The mind's two interacting levels are in place to provide motivation and meaning throughout the lifetime ahead. The progression of events. and expressions create the first half of a negative survival pattern. Mother feels an intense fear of dying which permeates her entire being including her uterus and the cord connecting her to her baby. If numbing drugs are used." and "pulling" move the baby forward to completion of a live birth. the fetus experiences what feels like death. dread. the conscious mind takes orders from the unconscious which knows nothing of logic or rational thinking. The process is now ready to experience survival as "pushing. fear is exacerbated by uncertainty. mother experiences her greatest fears for herself and her baby. these dynamic patterns make no logical sense. It is an experimental connecting point for the immediate past life death with its accumulation of dynamics from even earlier lives. pain. these past dynamics are in place for continued movement towards resolution. If birth ended here. however." "contraction. Negative survival patterns are formulated unconsciously and will determine the chronology by which survival can include depression. emotions. From the onset of labor through the transition stage. Consciously. As this reaches its deepest point. these past experiences would motivate death very soon into life after birth. and increased physical pain. this death feels even more realistic as physical boundaries are taken away. The birth experience determines how stress will be processed throughout life as it occurs at the basic survival level. . Within the most intensely painful moments. and struggle to name but a few. Fortunately.Page 74 reality the pre-existing unconscious content. Physical pain of this baby becomes attached to the fear of dying. paralysis. Once re-stimulated.

The dynamics which existed as part of an earlier death have been survived at birth into current time. her own birth.Page 75 the second stage completes the pattern by adding survival following the feelings of death. The survival pattern is in place unconsciously and will control all experiences which threaten basic survival for the system. Increase of Intensity of Pain and Fear Which: A. Note: Mother's words and thoughts will begin to reveal predictions during this phase. Loss of control with panic and hysterics or use of drugs causes the appearance of Mother's own unconscious experiences (i. The following outline describes the progressive creation of a pattern which holds in place pain as a needed component for survival.e. past-life experiences). 2. Internal sources: Mother's unspoken thoughts (words) Mother's unexpressed emotions Mother's subjective pain experience . Start of Labor This point forms the beginning (or opening phase) of the survival pattern established by the total birth experience. Birth A. External sources: Voices (spoken words) of all people around Mother and baby. Hard Labor . B. B. 3. 1. Reveals the experiential movement of the experience."Crowning".

Page 76 Note: Actualization of predictions is taking place." "standing on my own two feet." Note: Numbers 4 and 5 can be in reverse order. Baby Begins Self-Support Life Function Without Mother Voices speaking during this time can formulate predictions to be actualized repeatedly in the future. If drugs were a part of the birth. External source: Efforts to start breathing with all words said during these efforts. Cord Cut: Completes separation of Mother and baby. . As it continues." "taking care of myself. Baby has learned how to react in life to "being on my own. This does not change the manner in which the session is conducted. Internal Source: Baby's physical feelings inside lungs. Physical feelings as continued breathing causes "coming alive" throughout body. This process can take up to 3 to 4 days. B. 6. the conscious mind accepts all previously unconscious experiences as reality thus establishing the birth trauma pattern as necessary for survival. Baby's conscious mind begins development. they can be felt beginning to leave the body. First Breath: A. 5. Baby's physical pain experience 4.

Page 77

If drugs were used, the session must continue until the baby finds the place where the drugs are completely gone from feelings. 7. Nursery Crib, Incubator or Location Where Baby is Placed Incubator: A. External Source: Words said at time first placed in incubator. Any incidents that happen in the room in which incubator is located. B. Internal Source: Any physical pain felt by baby. Reactions to first feeding of formula (Mother or bottle) and water. Note: Baby is still part of group identity and must have the individual boundaries defined. Baby must be able to know self as separate and apart from others. Other Locations: Crib in home setting (after home delivery). Ambulance or car after emergency deliver. External and internal sources are accessed basically as above. 8. End of Birth Experience Client can formulate survival pattern at this point. 9. Review of Survival Pattern as it Has Existed in the Client's Life Since Birth The following is taken from a series of birth sessions with a client in private practice.

Page 78 Susan entered therapy to relieve chronic migraine headaches. The pain has caused one attempted suicide and many medications including one experimental which had serious side-effects. None proved effective. Susan's birth comes first as her mother's experience. As she hears the words of the doctor that reassure her mother, "Okay, now, everything is just fine. Everything is just perfect. Just a little longer now and it will be over." Susan feels the experience as the baby. "What do you feel in your body, Susan? Recognize the first physical sensation that comes to mind." "Oh, my head hurts. My head is squeezed as I'm pushed

through the birth canal. My head really hurts. Like the headaches I have now." "There are words with the pain in your head." "What are the painful words?" "Let the pain and words come together. Say the first words that come to mind." " ' Everything is just fine, everything is just perfect. Just a little longer now and it will be over. That's ridiculous, everything is not perfect!' " "Why is he saying these words?" "He's saying them to make my mother feel better." "That's right. Unconsciously, you connect these words meant for mother with the pain in your head. When everything is going fine in your life, you have a headache."

Page 79 The doctor's words define the experience of pain and stress as Susan's head passes through the birth canal. Pain's definition becomes, "Everything is just fine. Just wait a little and it will all be over." Mother is depressed in response to pain. The infant now experiences Mother's depression as her own. She experiences the physical stress of the delivery, receives words that the headache is perfect, and slips into a depressive state. When Susan's husband tells her how "beautiful" she is on a special night out and she feels things are "just fine," it reactivates her unconscious experience with the birth trauma and migraine headache starts which "will be over if I just wait a little longer." When she takes pain pills, she experiences the depression that follows her headache. The headache with depression becomes Susan's response when things "go well" and she is told that she is beautiful. Her husband's reassuring words become the words of the doctor at birth, her underlying psychological reality is distorted. This physician is well intentioned and trying to reassure the mother at the time of delivery. His patient is in pain, the delivery is proceeding smoothly, so he says words of comfort to encourage her. These are words the doctor needs to say more than words her mother needs to hear. The doctor's belief system limits this newborn consciousness to the definition presented by the scientific viewpoint of modern medicine. This physician will tell you this infant is coming into the world as an emotionally blank slate. Her neurological system is believed to be incompletely developed. Supposedly, there even is no pain felt by a male child when he is strapped to a board and his penis foreskin cut off. This convenient viewpoint

you were too young to remember it." 2. As long as I felt it." "I'm afraid I won't make it. It also blocks these procedures from being included as source experience for problems. Upon her next appointment.Page 80 circumvents the need to explain the damage caused by this and other current medical procedures. Health care professionals believe they need not know techniques to access these experiences as there "is no memory retained" and "it can't be the cause of your problems." . Increase in intensity of pain and fear. Start of Labor "Will the pain get worse?" "Can I die in labor?" "How long will it take?" "I don't want to go any further with this." "It never stops. 1. she stated: "I've always believed pain kept me alive. No more! I'm really alive when pain free. If the infant is neurologically immature. I could move forward in my life and know everything would be fine. he cannot feel or remember any pain or trauma. "How long has it been?" "The pain is unbearable. and I intend to maintain this new way of living." "Somebody help me." A follow-up note from Susan eight months later stated she had been completely pain free and very happy in her marriage and her life." Susan experienced relief from her chronic pain as her unconscious mind continued processing this session for several days.

) 2." Nurse: "B. As he runs towards the unseen and unknown enemy he is thinking: "I don't want to go any farther.Crowning . He is frozen with fear and dread when the orders come to advance on the enemy. is dropping." "My baby will die." B.Birth A.) 3." "Don't let this kill me." Doctor: "Help push her uterus." "I feel like I'm dying." (The fetus feels intense pain in the head as it is pushed against the pelvic floor. As part of this internal source. She was a young soldier in a World War II battlefield." "Will I get killed?" "Will I get wounded and live in pain the rest of my life?" . Hard labor .P. External sources Doctor: "We've got to get the baby out before we lose them both. Internal sources 1. Call of mother's thoughts about dying leading to point where death feels real.Page 81 (Mother's self-induced altered state deepens allowing access to more of her unconscious script. the fetus experiences her immediate past life and the death that ended it. Baby delivered by movement out of uterus through canal during which time pain is associated with spoken words.) "Don't let me die.

4. Survival continues to become a reality. stop the pain." In the battle. First Breath A. "I want to go home!" The fetus moves toward completion of birth with this experience. As he is dying he thinks: "Oh. God. . shoulders and causes pain in her head. unconsciously in place. He is guided by his last physical feelings of pain." "I want to go home. Death comes quickly and frees his soul from his body. B. God. The survival phase continues as the fetus is born alive. All previous experiences are consciously accepted as reality. he is killed by a bullet through his head. Internal source Her physical feeling starts reflecting self-support as she feels her body coming alive." "Oh. Cord cut Her conscious mind begins developing. and others. 5." "Somebody help me. External source She is induced to take her first breath by a hard slap which jolts her spine.Page 82 "I want to go home and see my mother." Numbness takes away his feelings as darkness invades his consciousness. then numbness and his words." "I can't feel anything. I'm dying.

my client Irene remembered an abortion attempt. being alive will be chronic pain. Once home from the hospital. finding himself in an angry environment and afraid he might be killed himself. as a child of nine years. and dead. he quickly deduced that it would please his mother "if my mind is dead. however. in therapy exploded with a memory. her face masked. While in hypnosis. A short time after this revelation. stomach cut open. most. before the simulated death during birth. deal with life and death issues that have persisted into adult life as mental health problems. I was hardly formed and my mom is using some kind of . we had followed a particular emotion. I already remember it. where he proceeded to act normally. womb memories are nearly as common as birth memories. A second case revealed memory birth. He saw his mother lying flat on her back partially covered by green cloths. Feeling pain is attached to being alive. a very frightened feeling: "It's too sad. Eventually. This is what he was for nine years until his unconscious memories of birth suddenly burst forth in therapy. He was being lifted up all bloody and believed that he must have killed his mother by cutting open her stomach. and with the slap that started her breathing.Page 83 Pain was the last feeling before death. he was placed in a class of normal children his own age. they come without request and can sometimes be verified as true. He had remembered his Cesarean delivery. This clinical report is a warning to us about newborn cognition. In hypnotherapy." and he proceeded to be retarded. Some memories are pleasant reports of everyday life. To find the trail that led back to this womb memory. Like many birth memories.

I was a fighter even then. but I know.. After completing our session. almost a disinfectant smell. She is unconsciously motivated to feel that friends and relatives want "to get rid of me.I know she is trying to get me out of there. just teeny.. pain is associated with survival.. like ammonia. and wanted.. a vile.. The feeling of "real hot" persists in vaginal pain each time Irene is confronted with being recognized.I can see where I was too. She is not supposed to get pregnant. I don't know how I know. Poor mom would die if she knew I knew all this stuff!" Again.. I'm just a little blob. I knew nobody really wanted me then. strong smell.. I was way up there.Page 84 remedy to wash me away. It feels real hot.but I was determined.It didn't work either." She is constantly aware of intense vaginal pain that has now become chronic in nature. accepted.. Chronic Pain Part II . It had a strong harsh smell. strong. I can hear her voice and another woman in the background.. She reports a pain-free experience for over one year. She doesn't know me... My aunt seems to be giving my mom directions. she was treated medically for vaginal infection and the pain was alleviated..

The spiritual intelligence that joins the newly-forming DNA strand brings a unique formula for survival which will be fused with the physical blueprint that guides the mind-body formation. One component of these issues is chronic pain connected to feeling alive. The following chart is taken from the outlines used in teaching regression therapy in my programs for fourteen years.Page 85 The propensity for experiencing chronic pain is present during the earliest stages of physical development. As physical formation occurs. it reflects the health and functioning needs that will promote an ongoing effort to resolve survival issues throughout the coming lifetime. .

Fine hair (lanugo) covers body. Continued development of body systems. Subcutaneous fat deposited. Skin wrinkled and pink. Head and body become more proportionate. Head less disproportionate to rest of body. Chances of survival much greater at end of eighth month. Survival of death fear established Locate place where birth experience is recognized as complete thus creating the negative survival pattern that will govern the rest of this life experience. Many internal organs continue to develop. Skin bright pink. Head becomes even less disproportionate to rest of body. Heartbeat can be detected. nose develops bridge. nose. Head large in proportion to rest of body. Bones of head are soft. and external ears are present. Eyes almost fully developed but eyelids still fused. Nails extend to tips of fingers. Major blood vessels form. Backbone and vertebra canal form.Page 86 PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT IN PRE-NATAL TO BIRTH End of Month 1st Conception Eyes. Limbs become distinct as arms and legs. Face takes on human features. Heart forms and starts beating. Eyelids separate and eyelashes form. Seven-month fetus is capable of survival. Small buds will develop into arms and legs. Many bones ossified. 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th . Rapid development of body systems. Body systems begin to form. Labor on-set with Birth pain and trauma increasing with progression to: The experience of a death-like period of time just before or during actual birthing. Body systems continue to develop. joints begin to form. Testes descend into scrotum. and ears not yet visible. Skin wrinkled and pink. Lanugo shed. Additional subcutaneous fat accumulates. Skin less wrinkled. Digits are well formed. Pregnancy confirmed or recognized (2nd or 3rd month).

" (ovum. It was this formula of unresolved issues that his spirit sought to replicate and continue for resolution by choosing the appropriate conception. sperm. Second Month: Internal organs and body systems continue to develop carrying all memory for survival. Quotes from sessions are used to indicate the inclusion of chronic migraine headaches within the fetal unconsciousness. the case of Susan's migraine headaches in Part I will be traced through the nine-month pre-natal period from conception to birth." "I really want to be a mother.Page 87 To continue the developmental stages of chronic pain. and spirit are uniting) "I wonder if he has another headache?" (father suffers with tension headaches) "I should get up and get him some aspirin. The young soldier brought forward from his death the need to heal a total head wound and the need to overcome the fear of confrontation and moving forward in his life. ." First Month: Backbone and vertebral canal and body systems begin formation to include "mother" and "headache" cell memory. His strongest desire was to return home to his mother. Conception: (Mother) "I hope I get pregnant.

" "My head keeps pounding and pounding. "I'm going to be a mother. (Father) "This headache is killing me." Fifth Month: Fetal head development continues with father's verbal descriptions for headaches recorded unconsciously. Eighth Month: Bones of the head are soft and continue to carry pain as part of a survival pattern. . The past death is reactivated to also include its physical reality. Sixth Month: Fetal head development continues with distinct formation of eyes.Page 88 Third Month: Pregnancy confirmed. Fetus experience discomfort in her head due to shifting positions in uterus. Seventh Month: Head and body become more proportionate." "I'm so happy." ("Home to mother" is now an unconscious achievement for the fetus." "I've got to get away from this job.) Fourth Month: Fetal head is large in proportion to rest of the body.

. Source of the pain is clearly the Self while its causes and motivations are at an unknown level. As the cause is revealed and re-experienced the negative survival pattern is changed to a positive pattern which affects the entire life experience. pain is again experienced as a basic component to being alive.Page 89 Ninth Month: Development is complete causing fetus to signal birth. is "home with mother" where she will begin healing the intense pain from the battlefield death. Susan's example shows the formation of pathology that excludes abusive or dysfunction parents with a childhood relatively free of trauma. now a girl who doesn't have to fight wars. The young soldier. As the head passes through the birth canal.

originally formed in the neck region. The external genitalia have usually developed by the end of the third month. Exposure to such a factor. The eyes are initially directed laterally.Page 90 Part Four. although the lower limbs remain a little shorter and slightly less developed than the upper extremities. the German measles virus. or sitting height. will result in derangement of the development of that structure. The embryonic period is a time of great sensitivity because it is a period of differentiation. and the limbs their relative length in comparison to the rest of the body. and include certain drugs. Exposure in the first two weeks results in complete failure to develop and the embryo is naturally expelled from the uterus. particularly just before the visible appearance of a structure. so that the sex of the fetus can be determined by external appearance. At the beginning of the third month the head constitutes approximately onehalf of the crown-rump (CR) length. FETAL PERIOD During the fetal period some differentiation of tissues does continue.Teaching Outlines With Transcribed Sessions This material is intended as general information for therapists when working pre-natal and birth. reach their final position. . but at birth the proportion has diminished to one-fifth. but during the third month the eyes are located on the ventral aspect of the face: the ears. and x-rays. Factors that may cause malformation are called teratogens. but the major changes are brought about by the rapid growth of the body.

and the end of the first half of intrauterine life the fetus lengthens rapidly and its CH. Table 26-1 outlines the development during embryonic and fetal periods. Subcutaneous fat is formed during the last months before birth so that the fetus loses much of its former wrinkled appearance. This is about one-half the total length to the full-term newborn. At birth the testes have usually descended through the inguinal canal and into the scrotum. There are many presumptive signs of pregnancy. The weight of the fetus increases considerably during the second half of intrauterine life. from 500 gm at the end of the fifth month to 3200 gm by the end of the ninth month. At birth the fetus is approximately 50 cm long. or crown-heel length is approximately 23 cm.Page 91 During the fourth and fifth months. but the three positive signs occur during the fetal period and include hearing the fetal heart between the eighteenth and twentieth weeks. visibility of the fetal skeleton by x-ray. and physical observance of fetal movement during the fifth month. . The mother is usually able to discern fetal movements during the fifth month (quickening). and the skull has the largest circumference of the body.

or embryoblast blastocyst cavity outer layer of cells.Page 92 Table 26-l Developmental Timetable ______________________________________________________ First Week Fertilization usually in fallopian tube: Second maturation division occurs. tail separates from spermatozoon. or trophoblast By sixth day blastocyst adheres to endometrium. forming several small blastomeres. fills with maternal blood Trophoblast erodes endometrium . After three days. Cavity forms in morula. converting it to blastocyst: inner cell mass. invading epithelium Embryonic endoderm begins to form on ventral surface of inner cell mass Second Week Rapid proliferation and differentiation of trophoblast Lacunar network develops. As zygote passes down tube cleavage occurs. morula (ball of 16 or more blastomeres) enters uterus. polar body expelled from ovum. Male pronucleus combines with female pronucleus to form zygot.

reducing size of blastocyst cavity. Embryonic Period Third Week Formation of head. conceptus embedded within endometrium Extraembryonic mesoderm forms from inner surface or trophoblast. becomes secondary yolk sac Inner cell mass differentiates into bilaminar embryonic disk: embryonic ectoderm adjacent to amniotic cavity embryonic entoderm adjacent to blastocyst cavity prochordal plate develops from embryonic entoderm. implantation complete. and lateral folds Dorsal part of yolk sac enclosed during folding to become primitive gut Transverse folding forms lateral and ventral body walls Gut pinches off from yolk sac. except at oropharyngeal and cloacal membranes and in midline (notochord) Notochord formed Neural tube formed from neural groove in ectoderm Somite formation begins cranially by end of third week Celom forms (to become body cavity) Blood islands form . tail.Page 93 Primary villi form on outer surface of chorionic sac. forming yolk stalk Amnion expands Primitive streak appears in ectoderm Third primary germ layer (embryonic mesoderm) forms. blastocyst cavity becomes primitive yolk sac Extraembryonic celom forms from extraembryonic mesoderm Primitive yolk sac decreases in size.

digital ridges appear in hand plates Eye developing retinal pigment Auricle of ear begins to form with groove in center (to become auditory meatus) Sixth Week Head larger than trunk. increasing surface area for embryonicmaternal exchange and firmly anchoring chorionic sac to endometrium Longitudinal and transverse folding have converted trilaminar embryonic disk into C-shaped cylindrical embryo Fourth Week Arm and leg buds develop Otic pits visible Heart is ventral prominence Head and tail folds give curved shape to embryo Fifth Week Head grows markedly due to growth of brain Elbow and wrist regions identifiable. now called vitelline duct Intestines enter extraembryonic celom .Page 94 Two heart tubes formed Cytotrophoblastic shell formed. is bent over heart prominence Head and trunk begin to straighten at end of week Yolk sac is small.

Page 95 Arms increase in length Toe ridges appear in foot plates Germinal tissues develop Seventh Week Head more rounded and erect Ears not fully developed Neck forms Eyelids more obvious Extremities lengthen. fingers and toes well differentiated Abdomen less protuberant Umbilical cord decreases in size Intestine still within umbilical cord At end of this week embryo has developed from undifferentiated cell mass to recognizable human shape. have separated fingers Legs grows have separated toes Heart begins to beat Intestinal coils visible in umbilical cord until tenth week when they reenter abdomen . almost reaching final length. Fetal Period Third Month Head is half of fetal length. body grows to double crown-rump length Arms grow.

but respiratory system still immature Body is lean. better proportioned Subcutaneous adipose tissue forming . begin to move to correct position External genitalia similar at ninth week. legs achieve final length Fatty tissue forms (special type: brown fat) Hair grows on head. different by twelfth week and have begun their descent Placenta develops to final form (two layers) Fourth Month Growth rapid. fine hair (lanugo) covers body Skin develops covering of fatty. legs lengthen Ossification of skeleton begins Ears and eyes in mature position Fifth Month Growth rate slows. eyebrows visible.Page 96 Eyelids closed. cheese-like material (verni caseosa) that remains until birth Fetus moves extremities Sixth Month Gain in weight Skin wrinkled and translucent Organs fairly well developed. eyes widely separated and ears low set.

Page 97 Seventh Month Nervous system matures . .body temperature control and rhythmical respiration are possible Eyelids reopen Eight and Ninth Months Skin smooth. color same in white and dark-skinned races (melanin produced on exposure to light) Testes have descended to scrotum Finishing off of development and growth Fetus usually plump at birth.

Depression Anxiety it.Page 98 Examples of the Impact of External Sources During the Birth Experience Incident or phrase embedded within the infant unconscious "Ugly little thing. . sense of abandonment." (Said about newborn with clubfoot) Negative self-imaging – Fear of being seen by others. Schizophrenia. Mother receives general anesthesia or Drug abuse." "This one will never walk right. depression. agoraphobia (fear of open spaces). Lack of Maternal bonding." Hypothyroidism (Said to mother during acute distress Depressive reactions to stress (acts and narcotic was administered to reduce glandular function) intravenously) "It's a funny little thing. just relax. Inability to receive or give physical affection. take it easy. dyslexia. parental alienation. alcoholism. repressed anger and rage. Negative sexual self-imaging with possible dysfunction. poor identity boundaries. (over-compensatory). acute sense of social isolation. limited verbalization skills. isn't it?" (Said during circumcision trauma) Placed in incubator while hearing detached voices from all directions. asthma. confused sexual identity. isn't it?" Later problems Low self-esteem with denial of actual physical beauty "Get that baby breathing or we'll lose Asthma . Artificially induced labor Forceps delivery Acute anxiety attacks. thrill seekers narcotics. "Quiet down. claustrophobia.

She is asked to describe her physical and emotional symptoms. at times. Diet control and oral medication have proved insufficient for maintaining healthy blood-sugar levels. to 'show them' and 'make them sorry' and I don't even know who 'they' are. Eventually. numb. The moods increase in intensity as my need for attention grows stronger." "Once it starts. Sometimes. I have prompted a crisis. I experience each insulin crisis as necessary to get someone to take care of me and love me. Number One – Jane The client is a forty-five year old female recently placed on daily insulin injections after being diagnosed with adult-onset diabetes five years ago. Sometimes. Jane is twice divorced with one child. and I didn't recognize it. People have said my name. a male. unable to move. She has few friends and no current relationship." "My moods swing rapidly between fear and panic and anger and rage until I become so confused I can't think or feel." . I sit and stare until I go into a coma which feels like going to sleep to me. I can't remember who I am. now twenty years old and estranged.Page 99 The following transcripts are examples taken from sessions in which physical symptoms were located using the Prenatal Physical Development outline on page 83. it's "like I'm watching what my body does with no reactions or control. I feel disconnected from my body. Jane – "Physically I get weak. She reports episodic eating disorders including anorexia and radical diets.

) The outline reveals the onset of body systems development in the first month of pregnancy continuing each month until rapid development is observed in the fifth month. I'd rather starve than be alone.Page 100 (At this point. Therapist – "Jane. He won't love me if I'm fat. For these demonstrations. when your pancreas is in its earliest stage of formation." Therapist – "Jane. Mother became conscious of her pregnancy in the third month after missing two previous menstrual periods. I can't eat anything or it'll show. Quote the first words mother is thinking. the therapist refers to the prenatal chart to pinpoint the critical stages of development for the pancreas. but is not indicated in the transcript. Listen to your mother's thoughts that are enmeshed with this cellular structuring.) Jane (quoting Mother) – "I'll die if I get fat. We will release these embedded beliefs and replace them with ones you choose to make you healthy. This indicates this period of time as vital to the developing functional ability of the pancreas and supporting systems. Let her thoughts become very clear for you." (The technique of sentence repetition is used throughout each session. conceptions had already been cleared. let's realize we are going to locate and change the physical beliefs and functioning patterns in which diabetic symptoms are included. We'll begin in the first month of pregnancy. He'll leave me for a younger woman. What are her physical reactions to her fear of eating and gaining weight?" . You will focus on those times when the developing cells of your body become embedded with the spoken and emotional language of the environment which is keeping you alive. focus on Mother's physical feelings. after conception.

Say the first words of panic Mother is thinking. I'll fix my own dinner. Get up and feed me if there's anything left to eat in this house. there's always something wrong with this bitch." Jane (Mother) – "I'm so hungry I could die. What do you do all day? Lay around the house eating? You're starting to look like an elephant." Mother falls into a deep sleep and fails to hear her husband come home. Go back to bed. He awakens her." Jane's mother awakens slowly and with confusion until her husband's voice gets her attention. and acceptance in a healthy manner. She faints while preparing his dinner. her hands are shaking.Page 101 Jane – "She has a headache. you lazy bitch. She also feels panic as the time for my father to come home nears." Therapist – "Express her panic. eating." Jane (quoting father) – "Wake up. Maybe if I lay down I can forget about food. Jane's negative survival pattern is changed . She's always in bed or crying. Jane (father) – "Hell. is very agitated. Just until I hear him coming home." Father puts Mother back to bed where she re-enters her semi-coma sleep induced by hunger and fear. "Come on. then I'll get up and get his dinner. you cow. I'll tell him I ate earlier so I won't have to eat with him. This session is reworked to redefine hunger." Jane notes he has been drinking as he shoves Mother roughly to get her up. and she's very confused. love. Therapist – "Quote the first words your father says to Mother to awaken her.

Page 102 from "I know I'm alive as long as I'm starving and afraid" to "I am free of my mother's fears of abandonment and compulsive eating behavior. I am alive when healthy and happily in charge of my own life." Jane's second session starts in the fifth month of pregnancy when body systems are rapidly being completed. Therapist – "In the fifth month of pregnancy, development of your glands, organs, and physical systems is being completed. As your pancreas is readied for functioning, hear your mother's words that repeat her earlier fears about eating. Say the first words you hear from Mother's thoughts." Jane (Mother) – "This baby is making me fat. He'll leave me! I'll be alone! Nobody will love me! He'll hate me if I'm fat. This baby makes me fat. I hate it! I hate this baby. I wish it'd die. I don't want to get bigger. He'll leave me! He told me he would! I'll stop eating. Maybe that'll kill it. At least he will see I'm not fat from eating." The rest of the pregnancy is described as hazy, confused, fearful, and tenuous for mother. Finally, at eight months and two weeks, mother can no longer starve herself and begins to compulsively binge on ice cream, chocolate cake, and chocolate chip cookies. She sits eating from a half-gallon carton of ice cream with the cake and cookies on the table in front of her. She rotates the three eating with rapid, panic-induced behavior. Therapist – "Think out loud, Jane. As Mother devours these foods, say her thoughts out loud." Jane (Mother) – "I don't care what he says, I deserve this. I've got to eat something. I can't stop. I can't stop until it's all gone. When it's gone, he'll never know it was here. I'll burn the carton so he won't know." "I feel sick. I'm dizzy. There must be something wrong with me."

Page 103 The therapist notes this last sentence, "there must be something with me" and continues through the session. Mother finally moves to the couch where she feels weak and helpless. Almost paralyzed, she drifts into an insulin reaction resulting in deep sleep. When she awakens, father has found the cartons on the kitchen table and begins his ritual of drunken abuse. As this is completed, Jane is directed back to her mother's statement "there must be something wrong with me." She is made to understand its function as an absolute command from within her unconscious mind. There can be no expectations, Jane must have something wrong with her. As long as she does, she can survive. She then is asked to consciously evaluate this command from her mother and recognize how it has controlled her life. Jane – "Growing up, I always had something wrong with me. Bad colds, earaches, headaches, broken bones, accidents, you name it. My first husband divorced me because I was always sick. He couldn't take my complaining any more. My son, today, doesn't speak to me because I'm always whining about how sick I am and complaining he doesn't love me. I divorced my second husband because I thought he didn't love me. Nothing he could do convinced me he really cared about me. It was during that second divorce the diabetes was diagnosed. I felt if I ignored it, I'd get so sick he'd finally love me. If I could just keep something wrong with me, maybe someone would notice and finally love me." Other of Jane's sessions covered her past life experiences, her birth, and her infancy, childhood, and adolescent years with her parents. The core negative unconscious belief was found to be in the prenatal stages of development when her mother's fears and beliefs were embedded with her own developing physical functioning abilities.

Page 104

Number Two - Ted Ted is a fifty year old male with a history of impotency which has been determined as psychological in origin. Medical tests show no blood leakage or torn tissue as physical cause. He is currently married once for twenty-five years. His wife wishes to participate in his therapy and shows no pathology in her behavior or attitude. A review of the developmental chart shows external genitalia becoming specific with testes ascending in the twelfth week. By the eighth month, the testes have completely descended into the scrotum as overall development and growth is completed. This places the onset of male sexual function between the twelfth and thirty-second weeks of development. Therapist – "Ted, we're going to examine the beliefs and feelings which are included as part of your physical ability to function sexually. The male body is identified within the twelfth week of pregnancy when the testicular formation is completed allowing the testes to enter the scrotum. This process is completed two or three weeks prior to birth." "Let's separate Mother's reality from your physical development by recognizing her thoughts and feelings during this critical period. Focus into the moment when your body is developing male genitals and attitudes and realize we'll change the attitudes by quoting the first words Mother is thinking. Think out loud what your body is accepting from your mother." In session, I asked him to verbalize his inner-experience when approaching sex. He "thought out loud" until the moment of penetration when he spoke with fear and concern. "I'm afraid I'll hurt her. I'll cause her pain, and she won't love me."

into his adult experience with his wife as the woman in his life. he quickly gets out before she found him "not worth it. unmarried. re-enters that part of the female body. with a successful career in computer technology. Her congenital scoliosis is causing increasing pain and creating difficulty in maintaining her focus." He easily makes the connection to his adult experience when he. once again. The final prenatal experience for the spine occurs during and immediately after birth. Number Three – Becky Becky is twenty-eight years old. Not wanting to cause pain and "almost kill" her. Her job requires long hours of sitting at a computer station processing complicated formulas for a large accounting firm. . A review of the developmental chart shows the spine and vertebra canal forming within the first two weeks of pregnancy." A few more sessions traced these beliefs through childhood into puberty and masturbation and. He enters his birth experience hearing his mother scream. "He wasn't worth it. "Get it out of me! It hurts! It's killing me! Get it out of me!" Her baby son's body was pushing through the vaginal tract as she screamed these words. finally. This is counter-indicated for Becky in view of her work situation. the doctor shows him to his mother whose only comment was. This requires surgically implanting a steel rod into her back to which the spine is attached to force alignment. He almost killed me.Page 105 I directed him to the birth experience where he accepts this unconscious belief. She has been treated by leading medical experts with surgery being the last recommendation. After his delivery.

Let's finish the first ..Page 106 Therefore.?" Becky (Mother) – "There's nothing I can do but sit and wait for him to marry me.' Just finish her sentence.. Therapist – "Becky. Mother's words and feelings are being embedded within the cellular formation.... the entire pregnancy provides the boundaries for the causal experience for scoliosis. Let's begin by entering your mother's experience with you in uterus during the second week after conception.. we're going to examine the experiences during which your spine is being pre-conditioned to create scoliosis after your birth.." Becky (Mother) – "I don't know. What does Mother 'not know'?' Becky (Mother) – "I don't know if I love him or not?" Therapist – "The second 'I don't know'?" Becky (Mother) – "I don't know if he loves me?" Therapist – "There's nothing.'I don't know.." The therapist recognizes these as Mother's incomplete sentences indicating her confusion. Say the first words that come to mind when you hear your mother's voice.. As you are aware of this vulnerable condition.I can't do this." Therapist – "And 'I can't do this'?" Becky (Mother) – "I can't do this without him.. those are Mother's words...I don't know. Therapist – "Becky." . Let her words and emotions be very clear. He's got to marry me.there's nothing. Visualize your spine as a soft milky substance just appearing to form the basis for your body's development.. They indicate her confusion...

I can feel it down my spine." . What's Mother feeling now?" Becky – "Desperate. She just keeps refusing to recognize her situation." Therapist – "How is she handling her desperation?" Becky – "With confusion. The first words your spine is connecting to this twisted position." Therapist – "What comes at the end of a question." Therapist – "What shape is your spine?" Becky – "A question mark." (Becky twists her body trying to get her spine in a comfortable position. Becky?" Becky – "A question mark." Therapist – "What message did your spine receive during this early experience with Mother?" Becky – "Stay confused to stay alive." Therapist – "Quote the first words the voices around you are saying. Make a direct connection from this early confusion to a point in your birth experience.) Therapist – "Bring the experience forward to your birth. What comes to mind first?" Becky – "My head's being clamped. It's twisting my spine and pulling me. Forceps are twisting my head and neck.Page 107 Therapist – "Listen to Mother's questions." Becky (Doctor) – "I don't know if this baby will make it? How's the mother doing? I don't understand what happened here? We'll be lucky if it's not damaged.

I'm finally out and alive.m." Therapist – "What do you feel in your spine?" Becky – "It's twisted and in pain.Page 108 Therapist – "Listen to the question." Therapist – "As you go through life. Becky. What finally allows you to leave the uterus?" Becky – "The doctor finally cuts Mother and pulls me out. Move through your birth. Demonstration From Day Two – 9:00 a. Over time." Therapist – "What must you feel in your spine if you want to be alive?" Becky – "Twisted pain. every time you need to feel alive and safe about your survival. she worked with a massage therapist with experience in scoliosis and reversed the curvature to only a slight degree of misalignment." Becky agreed to being fitted with a brace which stabilized her spine and eased the pain. I can stay confused as long as a computer solves the problems. I work with computers because they handle the confusion for me. More confusion embedded into your spine." Becky – "Stay confused and in pain and stay alive." Therapist – "Put the cause all together." Therapist – "And what must you experience in your thinking?" Becky – "Confusion. How do you achieve this?" Becky – "Get all twisted up in pain and confusion and feel alive. . Her sessions had opened her awareness of choices and started a new line of treatment for her problem.

" (The technique of repeating expressions of traumatic impact is centered here and throughout the entire session. It's going to kill me. Karl." . Let your unconscious mind say the first words you think of when you hear Mother's voice at this point of your experience with her. or unusual family circumstances. knows few facts except he was delivered by Cesarean section." (He is asked to repeat Mother's words several times until his conscious mind registers their meaning. insecurity. Help me! Stop the pain! I can't do this anymore." Karl (Mother) – "I can't push any more.Page 109 The demonstration begins with questions as to known facts about the client's birth. known complications.) Morris – "Say the next words from Mother. The client. He is asked to lay down and close his eyes." He experiences constant insecurity with an assumption that any wrong occurrence is his fault. Morris – "Let's begin the session by asking you to realize that unconsciously you're already focused into the area of your birth experience where we need to work. posterior-presentation). forceps. unusual delivery procedures (i. He presents a need to struggle in his life and reports an inability to start "something more interesting.) Karl – "Mother's hearing the doctor but can't understand his words. and confusion is within this experience. C-Section. The negative pattern that creates struggle. I want to quit." Karl (Mother) – "I can't do this any longer. Recognize her voice and quote the first words she's saying. These questions include the use of drugs.e. Stop telling me to push.

and a mask is over her face.. The exact words she hears." Doctor – "This isn't working." Doctor – "Breath deeply and count backwards from one hundred." Karl (pauses) .." Karl – "Her stomach is being cleaned. We have to do something else.. We don't want to lose this baby. What's the first words Mother doesn't want to hear the doctor say? The first words she hears buy tries to reject. She's being told to breath.. she's given an injection." Karl (Mother) – "I'm going to die.. Start counting. Let them do it." Morris – "Quote the words telling her this.) Morris – "Listen to the words mother is thinking but not saying out loud. Mother can understand him but is frightened." Morris – "Describe what is being physically done with mother to ready her for surgery. Prepare her for a C-section." . Let his words come to you and Mother. I won't wake up.96 ----." Morris – "Quote me his words.99 . This is going to kill me.97 .Page 110 Morris – "Listen carefully to the doctor's voice. Say out loud Mother's thoughts. I can't.98 . I knew it'd kill me if I tried. I'll never see my baby. and count backwards. I knew I couldn't." Karl (Mother) – "Thank God." Morris – "What's Mother saying out loud?" Karl (Mother) – "100 ." (Karl reports movement around his mother as nurses rush to make the change to a surgical delivery.. Breath."He's saying.

Page 111 Karl – "She's going into darkness. I am. I'm working the incision now. I start screaming immediately and that makes me breath. We've got to shove it up and out of the canal. Get ready for the baby. There's the head. There! It's a boy! A fine healthy boy!" Morris – "Be aware of what you have to go through to be a fine."Before. Lift it up and out the incision. and helpless for my life to be fine." Morris – "Let's move on. Keep close monitor on her. in pain. too. healthy boy. Do you take your first breath before or after the cord is cut?" Karl . We're both dying. Quote me the first words being said as you're disconnected from Mother. Have a good life. Keep pulling.) Doctor – "It's in the wrong position. Realize you're unconsciously recording voices other than Mother's." Doctor – "You're on your own." (Mother breathes herself into unconsciousness as the other voices (external sources) become prominent. we're almost there." (Karl registers mother's reaction to the incision and recoils at efforts to get forceps on his head. young man. Realize the negative pattern formed by these words." Doctor – "Check her vitals. Karl. Quote me these words." Karl – "I have to be unconscious." Morris – Be just at the point where the cord is cut.) Morris – "Let the other voices come clearly." . Get the forceps on it.

" ." Additional dialog is uncovered as some confusion has been lifted: Doctor – "We're going to help you finish this. seeing. His experience of surviving becomes complete. where the decision is made to complete his birth by surgery." "We don't want to lose the baby. and feeling." Next Karl accesses the internal source of Mother's thoughts: "I can't do this any longer." "I can't push anymore. He accesses the external voices first: "This isn't working. and he is fully capable of hearing. He is directed back to the point." "Stop telling me to push." "I want to quit now." "It's going to kill me." "You're going to be fine." "We have to do something else." "Stop the pain. prior to surgery." Additional internal dialog is heard as Mother is put to sleep.Page 112 Karl is encouraged to breath and feel the drugs leave his body causing him to feel life come through his body." "Prepare her for surgery. I won't be here until it's over." "Just a little change in plans." "Nothing to worry about. Mother – "Thank God. thinking.

now count yourself out of this altered state Mother counted you down into." Morris – "Let yourself feel how awake and clear you are." Morris – "Karl.Page 113 "Help me.100.96 . This done. and I can finish what I start. the entire birthing experience is re-expressed to reveal the entire negative survival pattern. Karl – "As long as I let others finish things for me. Count out to 100." Two last sentences are heard from the doctor as Mother went unconscious: "When you come back." "Relax. leave everything to us." "What I start.97 . I can finish. Karl is encouraged to consciously evaluate and express his own responses and feelings as the process becomes complete." Morris – "Would you like to change that?" Karl – "Yes. I feel like I've finished it. How do you feel?" Karl – "That's amazing." Karl – "95 . Start with 95. The final step asks Karl to allow his integrated mind function to formulate the negative pattern.98 ." "I can leave now." .99 . I know I'm alive." This point of the birth is reviewed thoroughly until all impact and affect are removed. help my baby. it'll all be over.

m. The student's confusion as to induction is noted and assisted by the supervisor. – student cl." Std. Sp." The students ask for known facts about birth until it is clear the client has no further conscious memories. – "Mentally formulate what you want the client to do first. – "Enter your birth experience at the point of greatest trauma and say the first words that come to mind. Sp. Small groups meet to continue developing the ability to listen. – supervisor std. Supervised Group Session: Birth The following is from the first experiential session from one of four small groups of supervised students. and interact with a client." . Ask his unconscious mind to do what you want and give him a chance to respond. simply ask him to enter his birth experience where he can do what you want.Page 114 Day Two 2:00 p. The use of perception modalities for induction will begin as students start active participation as therapists. – client Sp – "We'll start by asking for any known facts about our client's birth. Refer to your intake interview and focus more directly into the questions about birth. hear. Then. One student asks to begin as therapist.

Repeat the exact words you hear from these voices. (nurse) – "No." "If he loved me." "I always do everything by myself. "repeat") is used. The supervisor notes this move to external sources is too soon and will discuss it later. – "Be aware of voices other than your mother's. – "I'll never have another baby. Cl. doctor. and tell me what they're saying.Page 115 This is repeated. Sp. They took the last of them yesterday. Move that table over here.e. Do we have any gas to give her?" Cl." "There is no word comparable word for "quote" in the German language. we have no drugs. to a more focused question." "He doesn't love me anyway. by the supervisor. verbatim. hold the light steady. Cl." "It hurts too much. (doctor) – "Damn it. thus alternative language (i. several times as the supervisor assists with timing to allow for a response. There are people around you and Mother during your birth. – "Listen to the external voices." This language is corrected. he'd be here. Std." ." "I'm so alone." The student is helped with the process of sentence repetition to maintain the client's subjective involvement.

" He reveals that a nurse wraps him in a blanket and runs from the delivery room to a bomb shelter just outside the hospital. Hurry!" Forceps are used to pull the baby from the uterus at which time the cord is cut and the baby slapped to start breathing. Std. The student is signaled to remain quiet and let him "run the experience. . (doctor) – "God damn war! How can we run a hospital with bombs falling outside? Put something in her mouth to stop her from screaming!" A towel is placed in Mother's mouth. He will not see his mother again for almost two months. Focus on the words and feelings within this confusion. (doctor) – "Give me the forceps. and she is told to bite on it instead of screaming. Std. The student is helped to direct him past the air raid and forward to the point where he is returned to his mother. – "Focus into the experience. This locates a place of safety for him which he is asked to maintain until the next small groups session." Cl. The client reports distant sounds of explosions which increases the confusion and panic in the delivery room.Page 116 Cl. Say the next words that come to mind. We've got to deliver this baby and run for cover. The client shows signs of impaired breathing as the supervisor demonstrates techniques for re-directing this physical trauma. – "What happens next?" The client completely re-enters the trauma of these moments after his birth.

Procedures used by facilitator to move through and past these difficulties. A. . A didactic presentation discussing "blocking. Blocks Resistance B.." etc. 2. People are never blocking or being resistant "just to irritate you. at times." and other difficulties in processing a session covers the following material." "nothing's there. it can certainly seem that way." "don't see anything.m. blind from birth. The client will not deliberately and knowingly block in a session and refuse to continue through to resolution. etc." "resistance. The client is doing the only thing possible at any point of difficulty during a session. 1.Page 117 Day Three 9:00 a. Conscious but blinded "can't see. Unconscious "can't think. As such. injury to eyes. the therapist. patience. dark night (room)." (However. Patience." "don't know. Ability to selfidentify is lost and other voices or movements have taken over without the client knowing. the actual reasons are unknown to the client.) Blocking occurs when: A. patience. All difficulties in processing a session are caused by unconscious motivation." blind due to blindfold. One or more of the senses are shutdown during the actual first experience (when the trauma actually was experienced).

7. Client is conscious with damage to spinal cord or suffers from birth defect.Page 118 3. life-threatening command from unconscious sources not to talk. "I'll kill you if you tell anyone ____.e." This from a voice other than the client's. i."can't feel". (Conscious) Tongue cut out or vocal ability impaired. Numb ." "don't ask me. (Client may lay quietly as if ignoring you questions just as a young baby would do. i.) 6. 6 months old. (Conscious. This fear of new information will be in the past experience and in the current one with the therapist. thus rendered helpless. Client may also be bound or tied.) 5. (Conscious) Client is at a regressed age which is prior to developing the ability to talk. Client is conscious but is about to hear or know something they feel will be devastating for them.paralyzed . "Can't tell you.e. ." (Client will show signs of struggle and agitation when asked to talk) 4. Other reasons for blocking will be discussed in small groups. (This is nearly always found with clients who have experienced early childhood sexual abuse. in shock) Client is under a strong." "can't say.

and react as your arm.Page 119 Day Three 2:00 p.m. What's . sense. Just feel it from your shoulder to your finger tips. The beginning stages of atrophy are noted. Demonstration: Locating and Releasing Physical Somatization The client presents chronic pain and partial paralysis in her left hand and arm which was dominant for the first few years of her life. During the demonstration the crossover from emotionalpsychological trauma to physical disease will be shown. Morris – "Let's focus here into your left arm for a moment. numb is a feeling. This small groups session involves certified therapists acting as clients to simulate the procedure blocks that can occur during some sessions. You feel.m. Didactics presentation describing procedures for locating and releasing physical memory. Remember. Paralysis is exacerbated by efforts to treat the pain with physical therapy and pain is exacerbated if no treatment is undertaken. Let's just become your arm. think. Keep your focus on your arm. Small group work continues to experience blocking and resistance techniques. Simulation is the only means by which these dynamics can be guaranteed for the students. Day Four 9:00 a. She has been forced to develop her right hand as dominant. Let all the physical feelings come into focus.

left arm? Under the numbness and paralysis. – "I can't." Cl.Page 120 the strongest emotion you feel now." Morris – "Okay. (father) – "Do as you're told!" "Do as you're told! The teacher says you'll use your other hand! Use your other hand! Not this hand. The other hand!" These words are repeated and intensified emotionally until they lose impact and physical sensations are available." Cl." Morris – "Quote his words. Hear them very clearly. – "Here... ." Morris – "Whose hand?" Cl. Morris – "Say the next words. Say the first words he's yelling at you. Recognize it." Cl. Say the first words of fear that come from your arm right here." (Points to an area above the elbow and below the shoulder. what's the strongest emotion?" Cl.) "What causes this pain? What's hurting your arm?" Cl. "My father's. He's shaking my arm and yelling at me. Now locate the part of your arm where fear is the most intense. I don't know how. The first words contained within the fear. – "A hand. – "Fear.) Morris – "Stay with the fear." Cl. – "Don't hurt me." Morris – (Increasing pressure on the client's arm." This is repeated several times until emotions surface with the words. the feeling. I can't.

what physical feelings do you have?" Cl. the client feels it go numb and helpless. Use your pencil in the other hand. It's numb. Morris – "Talk to your father." The client yells at her father while verbally reversing the messages of numbness and paralysis. – "I can't feel my arm. Morris – "Free your arm from his hand." Morris – "Connect your father's words with this numbness. – "Don't hurt me! Don't hit my hand! That hurts!" The client identifies her first grade teacher who is slapping her left hand with a ruler. Do as you're told. I can't use it anymore. Get the feeling back!" The client moves her arm until she finally jerks it free. she begins crying and clutching her left hand. The teacher's words are recognized as being contained in the pain she inflicts with a ruler. As the client releases the emotions from her arm." This unconscious decision is repeated and intensified until the client's conscious mind overrides the father's messages and releases his words from the client's arm. . Cl. – "It's too numb.Page 121 Morris – "As father says these words into your arm. Morris still clutches the arm. What is your father telling you about your arm?" Cl. (teacher) – "Not this hand! You use the other hand. Replace his words with your own." As her hand is hit. I'll tell your father. Move your arm. Take his hand off your arm. Cl.

not abnormal. Using my left hand makes me different. and that makes them better than me. not bad. You punish me as if I deliberately use my left hand just to spite you. and waves both arms together with equal energy and flexibility. Small groups meet to continue work with clients for physical memory release. Cl." This second unconscious message is focused for release until the client's conscious mind redefines reality in her left hand." The client is gaining greater cognitive ability to self-identify.Page 122 Morris – "Recognize the messages your teacher inflicts into your hand with pain. – "Don't use it.m. She writes with her left hand. Small Group Session Focusing on Physical Somatization . I'm not normal. I can do anything I wish. Not as good as everyone else. Day Four 2:00 p. – "I will use it! I will! I will! I don't hear you anymore. She keeps yelling at me to stop using my left hand. her right hand. All the other kids use their right hands. She spontaneously enters the core issue with the following: "You make me feel different. As she hits your hand over and over again. what words does she embed?" Cl. Leave me alone! Shut up! Go away! My left arm and hand are just fine!" The session ends with the client writing on a large pad used for demonstrating charts during lectures. This reaches a climax when the client pounds a pillow with her left fist and screams at her father and the teacher.

A brief initial interview will be done first as a means of establishing the point of focus for the experiential session." The client's breathing becomes irregular as he says the following words: Cl. He's alive. for the entire group. when your breathing is difficult. Day Five 9:00 a.m. Keep him breathing while we get to safety. the client is allowed to leave while the group discusses the session. Say the first words that come with this experience. Let your body feel the panic and stress in your lungs." The supervisor demonstrates the techniques to disconnect the traumatic onset of breathing from survival as established by the doctor's words "he's alive. in which Morris will facilitate a session with efficiency while maintaining focus as indicated by the initial interview. – "Be at the moment. (doctor) – "Good. The group of four decide to re-enter his experience at birth at the point where his breathing is impaired.Page 123 Students continue working with the client who was born during an air raid. A final demonstration. after birth. Std. The client will be chosen from the group." This is a two-step process as his impaired breathing must also be separated from "feeling safe. ." As the supervisor completes this process. He has continued the breathing impairment from his birth as asthma throughout his life.

. Listen to my voice. Your soul lives on. Gas chamber or another place? Focus on my voice and answer my question. You will hear my voice throughout this session.. The death experience is complicated as several periods of prolonged shock precede actual physical termination. very quietly and easily allow your unconscious mind to enter this death experience at the moment when actual physical death is occurring. Do not hear voices around and do not hear your own thoughts. Established is a past life which ended in 1943 in a Nazi concentration camp.Page 124 Final Demonstration for Cohesive Processing While Maintaining Focus One of the small supervision groups asks Morris to work with their client for this training period. It will rise free of this camp where your body is located when death becomes final." ." James – "Somewhere else. A big grave with many. Morris – "James? Listen to me." James – "Why has God forsaken us? Why has he let this happen to us?" Morris – "James. It will anchor you in reality and guide you through the confusion. Now. many more. did you die in a gas chamber or in another place? Just answer the question." (repeated) Morris – "James. Focus on your physical body. The client's name is James. Recognize the death of your body. They have not reached a satisfactory conclusion as confusion still interferes with clear insights and emotional releases.... who clearly is still at affect of this experience. What position is your physical body in when death comes?" James – "I don't know.

they belong to those dying around you. Morris – "James.) "Momma." James slowly recognizes the many voices of those dying with him as he repeats the litany of horror being absorbed by his own unconsciousness." Morris – "Listen to all the other voices around you.Page 125 Morris – "James. Morris – "James. when you have released all the other deaths. Where in your body does your own physical death start?" James – "My head. Recognize all the voices other than our own. Release these words from your mind. God. Morris closes the camp experiences. I want momma. focus on your own. they're not yours." James – "I don't want to die." "Let me die. All my thoughts are gone. He is encouraged to say and feel everything necessary to complete his camp experience. You will never return to this experience as it is totally . I can't breath. let me die. When he indicates a willingness to allow departure. I'm numb." (After each quote he is asked to identify a male or female voice he hears. Recognize the difference between you and the others. How many other bodies are touching yours? First answer your body gives!" James – "Many. your life in this camp is over. It no longer has any feel of reality for you. Quote me all the words from the other voices. feel your body in the grave." James is directed through a monitored physical death until he finally separates from his dead body and rises above the scene of a mass grave. They're crushing me.

I can have my own opinions. and they leave for their homes. I don't have to be everyone's whipping boy. Closure comes with the group. He is lastly processed through birth as his negative survival pattern is uncovered and resolved. . Now. I don't have to hide behind others' opinions of me. but my mother made me use 'James' when I started school. You will live a happy. let your unconscious mind recognize this negative pattern and change it.m. Morris – "James. express my own beliefs and be happy or sad or anything else I want to be." James is processed through conception and resonating incidents during the nine months of pregnancy. Say the first words of that experience. creative. You will no longer live at survival level. He is clear and smiling as he announces: "I can also admit I'm Jewish." James – "I can have my own boundaries and still be alive. healthy life. She didn't want anyone to know we were Jewish. My real name is Joshua.Page 126 resolved for you." Day Five 2:00 p. Final large group meeting to review and present outline for the next training period in six months. I don't have to pretend to be stupid so people will love me." James opens his eyes and sits up completely free of the cloudy confusion from the start of the session. move forward in time to the point of conception by your mother in your present life.

Page 127 END .

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful