Very often we think we
believe something whereas, in fact, we believe something else
entirely. We might be confident, for example, that we can
have a great and financially rewarding career, which, however,
seems to be beset by bad luck and unfortunate choices of location,
staff and so on, so that this career never materializes.
Through regression, we can find that what we actually believe
is quite different from what we think we believe. We may unconsciously
think something like:
“I’m not good enough”
“I always mess up”
"There is never enough money to go around”
and so on.
These are beliefs that can be acquired in infancy from our
parents and society, or can be carry-overs from previous incarnations.
Reality reflects our true beliefs back to us. If we really
believe that there is never enough money to go around then
we will never enjoy abundance. If we really believe that we
are ugly, then people will relate to us in this way. If we
really believe that we are not good enough, then we never
Regression Therapy is an excellent way to uncover our underlying
beliefs and change them. When we do this, then reality will
change to reflect back to us our new beliefs and the change
can be dramatic. It enables us to get to the root cause of
life-long patterns of difficulty and setback and overcome
A Case Study
Joel was a fifty-five year old, deeply religious man. Fearful
and timid, he had never enjoyed the success in career or in
love that he had long dreamt of.
It became apparent in the initial interview that Joel consciously
believed that Spirit is loving, caring and supportive of us
and our lives but our work together revealed the common unconscious
belief that God was an old judgmental man in the sky. This
is what he really believed about Spirit in contrast to what
he thought he believed. He had come to this belief at a very
young age and never knew how this underlay all his more mature
adult conceptions about who God is and resulted in his failing
in so much of his life.
Coming to see this underlying belief and consciously deciding
to abandon it brought a great deal of peace and acceptance
to Joel's life and empowered him to live in a different and
more positive way.