Past Life Regression Sessions
Meredith was certified by Dr. Brian Weiss MD in past life regression after five days of intensive training at The Omega Institute in New York. After graduating from Columbia University and Yale Medical School as a traditional psychotherapist, one of Dr. Brian Weiss’ patients began recalling past-life traumas which prompted him to use past life therapy to cure her. As a result of his ground-breaking work, he became world-renowned, was featured on Oprah and other well-known television shows and became a best-selling author many times over. Today, he is Chairman of Emeritus of Psychiatry of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Miami and continues to teach past-life regression therapy to students from all over the world.
Sigmund Freud and Carl Yung performed regressions on individuals. Buddhists and Hindus have been compiling past-life cases for thousands of years. Islamic society make reference to reincarnation. Judaism cannot be understood without understanding reincarnation. Original Indigenous culture believed in past lives. Even the new testament of the Christian bible wrote about reincarnation until Pope Constantine and the Romans censored it. Bishops have gone to Dr. Brian Weiss for past-life regression.
In recent years and since publishing her spiritual book, Meredith has focused on helping individuals maximize their soul growth – past life regression therapy has catapulted her clients to whole new levels of soul growth. Meredith has helped individuals retrieve memories that were still negatively affecting their current lives. Looking into past lives, she helps individuals access the subconscious mind and address their physical and emotional blocks.
Substance abuse/dependence, schizoid/schizotypal presentation, paranoia, dementia, mania, epilepsy, extreme compulsivity or fear of loss of control are negative indicators of client responsiveness.
A session takes approximately 1- 1.5 hours.
“If we can accelerate the healing process, the evolutionary process, that is the most therapeutic action we can take, the best thing we can do, not only for our own souls but for everyone in the world.” Dr. Brian Weiss, Same Soul, Many Bodies