Individual regressions are available at my Bellaire office. I sometimes do phone or Skype sessions. All past life sessions last about 90 minutes; very occasionally they may take longer.
Can past life regression help me understand my current relationships?
Yes, past life regression can help us gain insight into many issues, including relationships.
How do I know I'm not just making up a story?
It is important to suspend judgment during and after a past life regression. Whether the events are literally true is not the important thing, though it is sometimes possible to verify events. The important thing is that the information helps the client move forward with more understanding and clarity than before
Will I remember the session?
Yes, and many people receive more information during the following two or three days.
Which is a better option -- a group session or a private session?
Group past life regressions work well for people who are comfortable or experienced with hypnosis, meditation, or other processes that work with different levels of the mind. These sessions are also a nice introduction for people who are curious about their past lives and are not intending to address a deep or difficult issue. And of course, group sessions are less expensive than private sessions. However, in a group setting I have to keep the process very general and cannot give specific guidance to any individual, though I am available afterward for group sharing as well as private questions.
Private sessions are recommended for people who are seriously working on transformation, particularly during the early stages, and for those who are working on a deep issue. (And some people just prefer more privacy!) I can focus my attention entirely on the client and ask questions that relate directly to what the client is experiencing. Most people, regardless of their experience level, will receive far more information with an individual session. So private sessions are usually more effective.
Are private sessions recorded?
I don't record the sessions, but you are welcome to record on your phone. Many clients speak very quietly, and some take awhile to respond to questions. I prefer to be completely present for the client rather than concerned with equipment! I do write everything down and will review the session afterward.
Are the sessions confidential?
I do not reveal the names of my clients, and all sessions are confidential unless my client asks me in writing to discuss a session with a third party. Some clients give permission for me to share their stories on my website (see regression stories here), during interviews, etc. In these cases, I share the stories but keep the client's identity confidential.