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Welcome to the fascinating world of a professional past-life regression therapist! In Nine Lives (and Counting) the author opens her files on some of her most interesting and impactful client stories collected over the past sixteen-plus years. The reader is introduced to clients coming from all walks of life and wide-ranging belief systems and experiences. Each seeks resolution of one or more of a kaleidoscope of issues: an entrenched emotional problem such as depression or guilt; a thorny relationship dynamic that has defied traditional therapeutic approaches; an ongoing physical ailment that baffles the medical profession; or the answer to the age-old question, “What is my life purpose?” By uncovering and exploring clients’ memories of prior lifetimes, stories emerge that offer a very unique and personal view into personalities of the past and how they relate to current life situations. These life stories are often surprising, at times quite intense, and always intriguing. The regression process unravels the threads of unfinished business that have kept energy tied-up, and typically enables the client to move forward more freely in his or her current life. As well as being a useful therapeutic approach, past-life regression work is also spiritual work. A pervasive theme throughout Nine Lives (and Counting) is the eternal nature of our existence and the important spiritual lessons that can be learned from each temporary human lifetime. The author emphasizes the commonality of the human experience which defies race, nationality, religious, and gender differences. The book richly illustrates how each of us has typically been on both sides of many issues: be it wealth/poverty, power/powerlessness, kindness/cruelty, and religious, political or separatist beliefs. The ability to access spiritual guidance from a higher source is a key element of each regression story. Messages from the spiritual realm emphasize over and over the love filled energy of the universe and the need to connect with and help each other. Readers see that walking through the doorway of death is merely the end of one experience, leading to the next. Written in an engaging and welcoming style, Nine Lives (and Counting) is a thought-provoking and inspiring read. It will appeal to a wide variety of audiences.
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Ann C. Barham is a Marriage & Family Therapist licensed in the State of California, and a Certified Regression Therapist with the International Board of Regression Therapy. After earning her Masters in Counseling Psychology at Santa Clara University, she pursued a traditional counseling practice for a number of years. Eventually feeling there was something more beckoning her, Barham studied with some of the world’s masters in past-life regression therapy, including Dr. Brian Weiss and Dr. Roger Woolger, before focusing her attention almost exclusively on past-life regression work. She found that this approach not only allowed her to impact a greater number of people in a short time, it also allowed her to more fully integrate her interest in the spiritual aspects of existence with her counseling activities. Barham came to the counseling profession as a mid-life career change, having spent many years in various aspects of high- and low-tech business management, accounting, and marketing communications. She brings a very engaging and down-to-earth approach to what might otherwise be an esoteric subject. Barham lives and works in the small town of Gilroy, California, best known for its world-famous Garlic Festival.
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Book Description New Avenue Productions, Incorp, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110964959917
Book Description New Avenue Productions, Incorporated, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0964959917