Documentary Regression

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What is life, what is death, is consciousness just a by-product of the complex mental processes that occur in the brain, what happens when we die, and what happens when we die? Transcendent questions that we have been asking ourselves since our origins and that both religion and science have tried to address from their own perspectives. What is the connection between all these phenomena and expanded states of consciousness?

Regressive Therapy is a healing tool at the service of humanity and invaluable. Guided by the expertise and experience of the therapist, the patient is able to access an expanded state of consciousness and, among other opportunities, contact with fundamental aspects of their own existence to relive a moment that occurred in his present life or in supposed past lives.

Dr. Juan Jose Lopez Martinez has been helping people of any socio-cultural condition to deal with their discomforts through the practice of regressive therapy for more than 20 years. His extensive experience has allowed him to delve into the unbreakable and surprising processes that unfold during expanded states of consciousness and that reveal a reality beyond what we understand as death.

In this documentary, Dr. Juan José and other professionals from the academic and medical fields present their opinions and experiences about such fundamental phenomena as death, life, consciousness and the very nature of existence. We will enjoy the surprising account of direct witnesses of regressive therapy whose experience has had a great impact on their lives.

I'm trying to remember and I can't remember the first time I heard about death, but it's not hard for me to imagine cautious parents trying to perpetuate innocence

They subtract importance and relegate it to a hidden whisper, a subject that no one wants to talk about openly

We grow up surrounded by that feeling of invulnerability until one day, in the most unexpected way, the evidence catches up with us

Our world stops and it is difficult for us to assimilate the consequences of this discovery

The feeling of security vanishes, leaving us, perhaps, only a shiver

And fear

The fear of death

The fear of absence and loss

Fear is the visceral response to the unknown, an unpleasant feeling of loss of control, of helplessness and vulnerability that conditions us

Each one of us deals with fear as we can, living with it, forgetting about its uncomfortable presence, until one day, in the most unexpected way, it comes back to call to our door

Probably, in front of no other situation, the human being feels more fearful than in front of the idea of death

Even if it's not an imminent risk, it is the threshold definitive

We are not capable of imagining a state in which we cease to exist, in which we are not conscious

It is contrary to the nature of our understanding and to our own functioning

of the mind

But time flows and gives no respite

It doesn't matter if we are prepared

Death is an event that occurs inescapably, because it is inherent to life

And although it may seem obvious, we stop to understand and accept it, or we put it off until the last moment

What is it to die? What is it like to die? Death is a fundamental part of the cycle of life

And yet, how differently we perceive and deal with it

Within our own immediate reality, talking about death awakens a very different range of reactions

and opinions

The way we understand death has not been the same throughout history, and it is not the same today in the different cultures of the world

What determines our way of understanding death? and all that surrounds it? Where do our most popular beliefs come from? To what extent does it influence my life and our own disposition towards it? the way I relate to the world the idea I have about death? The factors that shape us as a person are so many

What we believe, why we believe it, what we attack, what we're afraid of, what makes us happy, we learn all of these things in the society for better and for worse

Through advertising, through the media, the cinema, the family, the group of friends, the school, of course, we contribute to shape and improve or worsen society

Everybody has an idea, a particular belief about what death is, and it's definitely loaded with symbology, with prejudices and expectations that depend, ultimately on the sociocultural context of each individual

The perception that we have about death, as about any other phenomenon that surrounds us, is the result of the of an infinite variety of concepts learned and inherited from social institutions, that evolve over time as a society develops

The model of magical thinking, which for millennia served mankind to try to to understand reality, gave way to a model based on logic and quantification, whose peak came during the industrial revolution of the early nineteenth century

In a short space of time, this new paradigm of thought forever revolutionized the way we think about the we have of understanding the world and our own reality

It is the result of a process of evolution, not only as human beings as a species, but also as individual people, and right now we are in a society in which the literacy, education, causes us all to develop a representative mind, a rational mind that demands that the conceptions of what reality is are subjected to to logic and reason, as is scientific materialism

From scientific materialism, beliefs in an afterlife, beliefs in the afterlife, are a fantasy

The subject of death is a very large subject, it is a very complex subject and one has only to look at it for a few minutes

a look, make a panoramic vision, make a retrospective, not only in our history, but in that belief, in that gift of faith that there is in different countries, in different cultures

In some we find celebration, in others we find a penalty, a kind of shame of ballast, very inward facing, from the family inward, you have to suffer it in silence

It's cultural, 90% of the pain and how you deal with it even the famous grief, more than personal, it is cultural, it is an idiosyncrasy, every place in this beautiful world has its own, but death should be normalized, we should talk with more people about it

naturalness of death

Death is a fundamental process in the cycle of life itself, any ecosystem depends on it and all forms of life we know dies sooner or later

early, it is as natural as the birth itself, thanks to it the cycles are renewed and the perpetuates existence

It occurs constantly on such obvious and subtle levels that it is difficult to conceive in all its magnitude, and in spite of its everydayness, what fear death instills in us

The human being hates uncertainty, so yes, of course I believe in a paradise, in a heaven, I believe in reincarnation, but I'm not so sure, I'm afraid it's the big one, one of the great engines of society, of the human being, of the mosaic I think, fear, that's why it still bothers us so much to die, because we are not convinced that what we think that afterlife is true

Science tells us that fear is a natural response to what we believe is true

evolutionary fear has kept us alert and safe in the face of dangers

of life, it is deeply ingrained in our instinct and has allowed us to survive throughout the ages, but in our times, where the threat of being attacked by animals by savages or by antagonistic tribes is no longer so present, the fear is still manifested in a infinite number of forms that condition our lives

I have felt fear on many, many occasions and specifically with the context of death, one lives those fears that you know are there, that form part of being born, growing, evolving and perishing, but that it always seems to happen to someone else, it is always a distant fear, it is a foreign fear, it seems that it is a pain that does not go with us until it is we experience it for ourselves, the empirical experience is what makes the difference of course

We live in fear of losing our job, of getting sick, of losing our loved ones, fear, besides helping us to survive in hostile environments and enhancing our growth, it can also become a great source of unhappiness and stress, it is a powerful emotion

that can overwhelm us in times of uncertainty and few things generate more fear in the idea itself of death

More than my own death, I did feel a lot of fear for the death of people

near and dear ones

The thought of no longer seeing my loved ones causes me suffering, but it has changed my vision, what really happens when they leave the body, and it does help me a lot to try to cope with that departure

The pain is going to be there, the absence is going to be you are going to live, but by understanding that it is just another phase, that it is just another stage, but that also depending on what state you can continue to have that contact with them, it helps me in that process, the idea of death is more bearable for me

On the basis of this personal and subjective conception of the reality, we equip ourselves with arguments that can be based on logical processes, on experiences own or on inherited knowledge

It is quite common for people who are approaching the death phenomenon in a casual way by their own will in order to deepen their understanding of it, end up changing their way of perceiving it

Nowadays, death is not named because we live in a society that is obliged or obliges us to be happy, so we only have to see the networks social, people show their happiest and most fascinating face, then the pain of death, the sadness, all that has disappeared, because the people of death we don't want to think about it, we don't want to think about it, then death is ugly and we want the beautiful, the publicity shows us what is beautiful, it shows us death, even to sell health insurance we resort to to people who are very well

Our society today it's almost axiomatic to say that the society is afraid to face the sight of what is coming to an end

This lack of healthy confrontation of the end of life is producing in society an impoverishment of meaning

Here there is a very clear difference between pre-industrial societies and post-industrial societies and no longer I'm telling you postmodern

You have to look at the origin in the challenge that we have our generations in this society so technified, so much progress in medicine, so much good and so much suffering

of diseases has avoided us

The phenomenon of death has been the subject of study and speculation since time immemorial

Religions from all over the world, from their very diverse approaches, have raised all kinds of answers about the origin and meaning of life, as well as about what death really is and what happens in the supposed afterlife

Based on their own mechanisms of faith, religions have created an entire collective imaginary that has evolved with the culture and that to a greater or lesser extent have configured what the society believes about all these fundamental issues

In the old days there was religion as the main engine of society, as that which united society

Capitalism, money and time were the main have become this kind of religion

What prevails is so much you have so much you are worth

I'm not a man, I'm not a woman, I'm not a man, I'm not a man, I'm not a man

We are in a multicultural society, multi-religious, but also within the same culture, within the same religion, there are people that with some magical beliefs of the bible they are satisfied and they are so comfortable and they have their faith and that's very very valuable

what cultural, emotional and over everything what conditions throughout our life the confrontation or not of the reality that before or after the then things change, disappear and we ourselves are going to disappear? On the other hand the scientific materialism, the main engine of thought in the West, has also been concerned with the by questions related to the phenomenon of death, with very interesting approaches since the point of view of medicine and the study of consciousness

Throughout the world a large number of of health professionals and other branches of research and science have been working on the focused their efforts on understanding a little more about death

And it is thanks to this that concepts and terms such as near-death experiences, out-of-body experiences and the consciousness have begun to be heard with much more frequency in the media arousing a great deal of interest in the curiosity among the general public with the important implications that they have on our conception of reality

The deep understanding of the nature of being is a task that is a vast that involves a great variety of fields of knowledge

Its study must be approached from different disciplines, such is its magnitude

In recent decades, science and medicine have joined their efforts in order to shed some light on this surprising and complex phenomenon

Even several branches of physics have been interested in it

Although there are certain theories, some more popular and accepted than others, at present there is no consensus at the moment definitive and consolidated consensus on the matter

In the first place, it could be asked whether from the point of view of the clinical point of view, consciousness and awareness refer to the same phenomenon

Consciousness is a physiological sensation of wakefulness, i


that we become aware of our own body and in relationship with the environment

Consciousness is an attitude in which one has the possibility of discern or separate, for example, what is right from what is wrong

Logically the conscience is develops when one is conscious

The conscience has to do or depends directly with the stem brainstem, and within the brainstem a place called the reticular substance

So inside of the reticular substance we have the possibility to be conscious or not to be conscious

This structure that is in the brain stem is responsible for a person having consciousness

Beyond the semantic differentiation that is established between the two terms, at least since from a technical point of view, a large number of researchers of the phenomenon usually refer to with the concept of consciousness to refer to a subtle and transcendent state of experience

of being that goes beyond the physical and socio-cultural characteristics of the individual

During more than 20 years Dr

Juan Jose Lopez Martinez has combined the practice of medicine in the hospital in Cartagena with the study and practice of regressive therapy

Throughout all this time thousands of people from all over the Spanish geography have visited his office, on occasions moved by curiosity and others by the need for answers and healing

His entire professional career as an emergency physician has forced him to remain in close proximity of death and his evolution as a regressive therapist has allowed him to delve into the nature of consciousness through the experiences of his patients

Consciousness is something that is not in the brain and also for me consciousness is what survives the body

After death what survives is the consciousness which is who we really are

For me at the present time consciousness, soul and mind are absolutely the same

When we talk about mind sometimes we confuse it with the brain

The brain is undoubtedly one of the most important and amazing organs of the human body

Science has been with the passage of time and the evolution of technique and technology capable of of unraveling many of the complex processes that are constantly occurring in the brain and that affect all aspects of the functioning of the rest of the system

And with all of that the brain still holds many mysteries for researchers and scientists

The studies conducted over the decades on hundreds of thousands of patients who have undergone experiences near-death and out-of-body experiences seem to point out the possibility that consciousness is a brain-independent phenomenon

Well-known professionals in the field of science and medicine as Dr

Iben Alexander, a renowned neurosurgeon with more than 25 years of experience in the years of experience, defend that there exists a state in which the consciousness endures even when the brain is clinically dead

A death is established when there is a flat electroencephalogram, period, there's no brain activity, there's no life, and that's when the diagnosis of death is made


Well throughout history we know that there were a lot of tests that were going to certify the death authentically, but nowadays that is totally impossible, nowadays when in doubt a flat electroencephalogram diagnoses death

The testimonies offered by the millions of people who have suffered near-death experience, studied and rigorously classified during the last decades by researchers such as the cardiologist Pimbal Lohmen, have in common a series of striking and recurring factors in most cases

Among all of them is the fact that the patient is capable of to see himself outside the body

During this state, when the consciousness remains seemingly detached from the physical body, where the brain is clinically dead, the patient is able to see, hear and feel what is happening around him with great intensity

The body's channels of perception are turned off, the brain receives no signals, but the patient relates what has been happening around him during that period of time with in great detail

These processes are known as expanded or altered states of consciousness

The expanded state of consciousness is simply a natural capacity that all of us have

human beings

It's one of those capabilities that during our development, right, nobody has told us about it, nobody has empowered it, nobody has explained it to us, but we have it, obviously

And thanks to this natural capacity that we have, which we call expanded state of consciousness, without that consciousness, it's true, we are able to, without ceasing to be in the present moment, simultaneously being in the present moment of a experience prior to this moment

And when I say prior to this moment it can be 10 years ago, 20 years ago or 5000 years ago

Different authors offer different approaches to refer to these complex and transcendental phenomena for the understanding of our own nature

In any case, they all point in the same direction

There is a dimension of the being outside the physical limitations of the human body

Based on his own studies and his own experience, Dr

Juan José López refers to this quality with the term of consciousness

And this is the fundamental axis around which all experiences revolve

near-death experiences and regressive therapy itself

The human being has a natural capacity, a natural capacity that allows him to be in state expanded state of consciousness spontaneously

And when he is in that expanded state of consciousness, he is in that expanded state of consciousness

is when it's in the regressed state

In that expanded state of consciousness is when the human being is in a regressive state

in the near-death experience and when he comes back he comes relating what he comes relating

And in that expanded state of consciousness is when the dying person is contacting the other side

That's expanded state of consciousness without that one

Consciousness is much broader than consciousness

To me consciousness has no boundaries

To me consciousness is the soul

In these terms, consciousness does not refer to a dependent physiological quality

of any organ of the human body

It is a dimension of subtle being, a true spiritual nature that transcends matter, time and space

In fact, and that's where the ineffability comes from, which is the difficulty as you know that the people, both in past-life death regression and in the NDE, have the difficulty to tell what they have lived on the other side

Why? Because the consciousness is so limited that what the consciousness brings you has no words to be able to communicate it

The regressive therapy is a simple technique and absolutely respectful with the patient

It is a natural process whose main purpose is healing and personal discovery

Throughout the whole process, the therapist is a traveling companion whose work, through his or her experience and the expertise with which he/she is able to operate, is centered on being at the side of the patient

patient and helping him to connect with his own emotions

The human being can enter into a state expanded state of consciousness simply by connecting with an emotion or a sensation whose source they do not know

This is what allopathic medicine, traditional medicine, diagnoses as psychosomatic

In other words, the origin of this anguish that you have or this fear, this phobia

This is psychosomatic because you don't have an organic origin, then what you have is psychosomatic

What the human being does at that moment is to look for or to go after the origin, to find the origin of that emotion, of that emotional disturbance, of that sensation whose origin, I insist, is unknown

The origin of the word psychosomatic refers to two ancient concepts of Greek origin, psyche and soma

Psyche refers to the human soul and soma refers to the human constitution

of the physical body, a linguistic curiosity that seems to contain an important revelation

about the conception of the human being since ancient times

The regressive therapy aims to precisely to deal with these discomforts that independently of their origin or cause suppose a disorder in the life of those people who suffer from it and where in many occasions the medicine modern medicine does not have the capacity to offer a definitive solution

It is curious because in these 22 years that I have been investigating the expanded state of consciousness, the regressive state, I would never recommend anyone to do regression

I mean, to do a regression is something that you shouldn't do

recommend, it is something that the human being seeks when the time comes

Phobias is one of the reasons, fears, anxiety crises, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera

Everything that is psychosomatic, everything that is diagnosed by allopathic medicine as psychosomatic

Contemporary medicine and the different branches of psychology and psychiatry are undoubtedly valuable tools to help us to understand the incalculable in the field of health, they are the result of a process of cultural and technological evolution

of vital importance for our civilization

What is there any doubt about that? The human being is a complex system that still offers great challenges for researchers, even in our days

Many of the phenomena that occur in our body and in our psyche are still in major or lesser extent mysteries for science yet to be solved

I say that the therapy regression therapy is not therapy because the therapist has no instrumental action, he has no capacity to provoke the regressive state in the patient

This is something that comes spontaneously in the patient

patient and secondly I say that it is not regressive because I understand by regressive that regresses according to the wave and I can assure you that the patient is not regressing anywhere

What we call regression is the present, the eternal present of the soul

The soul carries with it emotional burdens of previous unresolved experiences and as they are unresolved they are unfinished experiences

but that is in the soul

According to the experience of Dr

Juan José, the soul, that dimension, that dimension authentic and genuine dimension of the human being that transcends time and matter, is accumulating experiences throughout his perpetual existence in a process of growth that we could call spiritual

Through the phenomenon of reincarnation the consciousness comes back again and again to have at its disposal a physical body in a different context, which according to the testimonies of the patients and the wisdom of the ancient spiritual currents is not a product of chance

You can tell I just had a regression, a middle age experience and die this way, die that way


The emotional turmoil that occurred in that experience, right, is in the present

of the soul because that experience passed

You are now in the one that you are in with a physical body again

but with a soul, with a tremendous emotional charge, with unfinished experiences of unfinished emotions with no emotional conflicts still unresolved

That's why when you contact with that type of emotion it results that you spontaneously go into that so-called regressive state which is actually expanded from consciousness, which is expanded of the soul because soul and consciousness is the same thing

The soul says here me it hurts and the soul relives the experience

The patient says no I was in the middle ages because the end of the soul is the same

main purpose of this experience is to make the unconscious conscious

The patient has to be conscious during the whole session

Of course, being conscious is governed by what? By the linear idea of space time

When he sees the images he sees he immediately pigeonholes it into space time

This in the age middle, this in the 18th century, but I insist, it's not regressive

Everything is in the eternal present of the soul

The eternal present of the soul, an uninterrupted unity of consciousness and alien to the physiological constitution of the human body that accumulates wisdom by way of experiences

Experiences beyond any subjective and cultural judgment which add up in a process of evolution and constant transpersonal growth and that in certain occasions due to its intensity and particular circumstances can generate important emotional conflicts that, if not resolved, cause great discomfort in the individual's life

And how is this emotion activated? This emotional charge that the soul has? If they bring a lot of emotional charges, what happens? Well, nothing happens, because they bring them latent

And when they come latent, what happens? do they need to be activated? Well, simply that being in this body I have an experience, to have an experience, to have an event similar to the one that in its origin provoked this emotional disturbance

And there it is activated

And the fact is that we are body and soul

Our conscious, for our conscious, there is only one life which is this, which we call life in this body, but instead for the soul is different

While the conscious is living this one, this only one life, our soul can be living, reliving simultaneous lives

That is, it's in this one and it's in the one that is unfinished

Reincarnation would be that process through which the consciousness, once separated from the body physical body at the time of death and after a determined period of time, to which some people authors have denominated intervidas, it would return again to wrap itself again in a different physical body

All the ancient spiritual currents have shared this fundamental principle of the existence, even Christianity in its origins

Although it is true that with different nuances all of them point in the same direction

There is a relevant number of researchers that collect the testimonies of thousands of children from different parts of the world and of any socio-cultural condition, who claim to be able to remember with precision aspects of alleged past lives


Ian Stevenson, an American biologist and psychiatrist, dedicated part of his career to the study of this shocking phenomenon and came to collect more than 3,000 cases profusely documented

The question would be, why is it that children remember and adults do not? The human being is a binomial, soul-body

Or body and soul, I don't care

When we are born we are body and soul

Maybe when we are born we are 90% soul from the point of view of functionality

And so progressively the dominion of the body, in this case it would be of the conscious, of the left hemisphere, and the dominion of the soul is decreasing

So at six, seven years, let's say, what we would call total reincarnation takes place

In the moment this occurs the child loses the memory of what he has said during that period

of time

And this is verifiable

We only have to take the trouble to make him a one of these children

And I have seen how from one day to the next, at the age of six, seven years old, from one day to the next, they don't remember anything that they were telling when they were more little ones

Because of course they have a handicap in these children

For the child, the child doesn't know that is death

And since one knows it, one is not afraid

And if the child suddenly tells you that I'm seeing the grandfather

And the grandfather died before he was born

The parents have to be very prepared to to be able to accept this

And that's the best treatment for children who have this, who have, who are living these circumstances

To open up to the possibility that reincarnation is a reality would radically change our perception of life and death

Among other things, it would mean accepting that we have all gone through the process of death in an infinite number of occasions, even if we do not have the capacity to consciously remember it

We would have died literally in a thousand ways and in a thousand different contexts

In what way could we have been How can these experiences affect us, how can these sometimes traumatic events be conditioning us? in our present moment? Regressive therapy moves in these spaces, it offers approximations to these important transcendent questions and allows the people who experience it to recognize themselves in an intimate and profound way

The therapist assists the patient by helping him/her to connect with those emotional blockages or those psychosomatic consequences that can be linked or not with supposed past lives

For there are many more phenomena that the regressive therapy approaches and presents to us

Any person is susceptible to suffer this type of ailments that, having an emotional origin, can also manifest themselves in certain physical aspects


Juan José has been treating these discomforts for decades with surprising results

His way of understanding the phenomenon of consciousness and, consequently, the very meaning of life and death has evolved irremediably, as well as that of Is regressive therapy accessible to everyone? Of course, as a human being, you have the ability to go into a regressive state

Does that mean that everyone who tries it succeeds? No, no

There is a very low percentage, very low, but there is a percentage of people that, even though they want to, they don't end up getting into regression, because they keep analyzing everything that is happening

And of course, at the moment that you analyze everything that is happening, your conscious is left without argument

It cannot analyze what you are presenting from the soul, because in regression what you are presenting is the experiences of the soul that are unresolved, both in this incarnation and in past lives

At the moment that you bring the unconscious to the conscious, you already have it at least in one of your incarnations

more feasible way to be able to solve it

If not, as long as you continue to govern yourself from your unconscious, that part of you is going to live in an unconscious way, without being able to know what it is that you are influencing you, what is pushing you to, in certain situations, to react in a certain way or in a certain way

react in another way

Aside from the conditioning that you may have from your parents, from the influence of the of your grandparents, of your environment, there are some influences that come from our side

unconscious and not only from this life, but from supposed past lives

The mind, understood as that set of cognitive processes that develops, in many occasions in an automatic and compulsive manner, is the result of our own learning and our experiences

A set of inherited and learned information that defines to a large extent our identity and the idea we have of ourselves and the world

It is one more tool in our arsenal of aptitudes, which allows us to relate with the environment, but that very often also limits us

Regressive therapy has much more to do with feeling than with thinking

Logic and rationalism are pushed into the corner by the experience of being, and this can become a burden during the process of regression

For this reason, the therapists recommend to leave aside the judgment, at least during the time that therapy lasts, in order to be able to get to where it is really necessary, without the limits imposed by the mind

Well, the normal functioning, in my case, in my consultation, in the first visit is to do the medical history, which is what I learned to do in medical school

Once you know this, you start with the patient as simple as, close your eyes, and this is what you're 343 me

telling me, what do you feel when you do this? You're always teasing me about emotion, aren't you? So, when you get to the emotion and you say, I feel sadness, I feel anguish, right? This sadness, this anguish is like what is that thing

And then, bang, there it is

Sometimes you don't even need that, it just goes right in

And other times, no matter how much you tell it, as it is analyzing and analyzing and analyzing and analyzing, it doesn't end up breaking and it doesn't end up allowing itself, really, to make the regressive experience, although these are, as I say, a very low percentage

The tools for a human being to access the expanded state of consciousness, they don't actually exist, because the human being accesses the expanded state of consciousness spontaneously, simply when he is in contact with an emotion, with a sensation or even with a symptom whose origin is unknown, between the expanded state of consciousness or regressive state

Then, if a gentleman, a lady, a human being is in regressive state, what does he need? Well, he needs another human being, that is to say, properly prepared and qualified to know how to accompany him in his experience, because in the regressive tele-therapy the therapist does not provoke the regressive state in the patient and the therapist never goes ahead of the patient, there is no need for hypnosis, there is no need to hyperventilation, there is no need of previous relaxation, it is something, I insist, spontaneous, it is a capacity natural of the human being, but it needs that other human being, duly trained, to know to accompany that soul in its experience, nothing else, and then help it to be able to make conscious the unconscious, which is what we said was the primary and main purpose of this therapy

Regressive therapy, beyond trying to prove whether past lives exist, in fact, we always talk about supposed past lives, because the purpose of the therapy is to to heal a symptom, the symptom can be physical or it can be emotional, a physical symptom when you we somatize some ailment, and on an emotional level it can be, well, from a depression which is like the bag where you put all the blocked and unresolved emotions, even specific fears

Accompanied and guided by the experience and skill of the therapist, the patient ends up connecting with their emotions and accessing an expanded state of consciousness

He/she surrenders unreservedly during the whole healing process and answers the simple questions that the therapist asks, going deeper and deeper into his own emotional universe

All of this occurs in a context of serenity in which the emotions flow easily and frequency, where a deep respect for intimacy and the process of self-knowledge unfolds

of the patient, which ultimately depends on the commitment that he/she feels with him/herself and his/her will to heal

The transcendent and ineffable nature of the experience in regression makes it almost impossible to explain through language, even for those whose lives have been profoundly changed after undergoing therapy

Witnesses try to construct a discourse to relate the experiences to which they simply do not attain the usual meaning

of words

Any attempt of explanations at least, a limited effort in the mouths of the own witnesses

I was beginning to feel unwell without having any medical diagnosis, so to speak, to find me that way

And it was all as a result of a patient having a cardiorespiratory arrest

during my shift at work

It was like it was very present in my day to day life, I was like with anxiety attacks, with panic attacks

I was finding that it wasn't me, it wasn't even the first person that I had seen deceased

I related it to the fact of that person's death

patient at that moment and it was because of that that I decided to contact Juan José

Life is full of events and circumstances that take place beyond our control

Seemingly fortuitous events, of greater or lesser relevance, which at any given moment can cause a great emotional impact on our present or awaken ailments and traumas events that took place in the past

He made me remember exactly what happened that night during my nursing shift, describing to him what my emotions were or what I perceived or I was feeling at the time as the events were unfolding

At that moment I was living as it was, it seemed to be repeating itself in time

I was also aware that Juan José was there, that he was talking to me, he was asking me, I was aware of myself

in the armchair

At that moment I started to cry and suddenly I was like a little girl crying

because she was saying that her father had died and that she had not been able to save him

I was stopped by a little bit and that she tried to kind of backtrack on the sentence that I was saying at the time, I mean, I'm seeing my dead father and I couldn't help him

I was seeing not myself, that is, not the physical that I have now, so to speak, it was another little girl and she was riding a donkey with her father

Suddenly he fell to the ground and I saw the figure of my father on the ground at that moment, well, he wasn't breathing, he wasn't paying attention and I didn't know what he was doing, because of his age, I didn't know what he was doing

to do

The trauma that I had lived through at that time x, like that little girl, when I today saw that patient in cardiorespiratory arrest, it was like the thing that triggered my soul to remember that trauma that I had gone through in a previous life

I was having that anxiety, those worries of feeling bad

because it stirred up the trauma that I had had x amount of time ago

The experiences in regression to supposed past lives are among the most common

The patient recognizes himself with astonishment, but with absolute certainty of his own identity, in a body and in a context different from the current one

She recognizes the environment, her relationship with the people she interacts with

and the situations in which it is involved and in an intimate and transcendent way assumes that what it he is living with so much reality is a moment prior to his own existence

I had to know what it felt like, I wanted to experience for myself and not be told what this was like of the regression, what was in all this stuff that seems so sensationalized sometimes and that always has always been immersed in the somewhat subjective and clamped down on everything that it entails in the faith taming and the belief in these kinds of worlds, these kinds of subjects

What do I find? I find myself with a reality, I repeat, within this subjectivity of my own experience that is beyond me

I find it a tremendously intense experience, so intense that I get to spend practically some two and a half hours, about three hours in a real catharsis

What the therapist is going is that he accompanies, he does not influence but accompanies the person, the patient, in this case, me, and he is asking a series of questions which are like pulling the thread, and he's pulling the thread, he's pulling the thread and he's telling little by little a series of things, he's giving a series of data that a priori even when you listen to yourself, when you are telling it, when you are living the moment, it seems that you are telling a fiction film, it seems that you don't even believe what you are really telling, you are not asleep but you are awake, it's a conscious regression, it was really extraordinary in which I was giving data historical data, real data that later I could corroborate, verify that what I had said it seems to be that it had indeed taken place in history, specifically in the famous battle of the chains, the battle of Kadisila in the ancient struggle between the Persian army in the area of Iraq, Iran, the area of Egypt, that area of the world, what I live is something that is very difficult to transmit, a set of emotions that I had never felt before, that I feel, that I feel that I overflowing because, as I say, I spent two and a half hours in catharsis constantly crying with a lot of intensity and you're telling, as you would tell a friend or a person, who is the therapist who accompanies you in the experience, so what you are living

I couldn't talk about it, when I told someone what I had experienced with the regression, I would get excited again, those emotions were coming back in a very powerful way, in a very energetic way, very emotional and I was falling apart emotionally again, I was crying again

In regressive therapy there can be a great variety of phenomena and experiences that both Dr

Juan José and other researchers have been documenting in order to establish a classification well defined

When a patient is in a regressive state, especially at the beginning at the same time entering in regressive state, you have to be very attentive because you don't know where he's going to go looking for the origin of that emotion or where that soul of that patient is going to go looking for the experience that needs to be worked on

You can be in this current lifetime, in this current incarnation of any event that has occurred, you can be in this current incarnation of any event that has occurred

regression and relive the surgical intervention that you had 10 years ago or 5 years ago, then because the experience may be what happened at your birth, what happened during the time that you were in the mother's womb, it's very important to work the mother's womb, in fact a regressive therapy cannot be considered finished if in one of the sessions the womb has not been worked on

because it is like a resonance box, in reality a pregnant woman is the whole of her body

of two independent beings, but who tells you that the one that is in the mother's womb is not more ancient and brings more experiences than the mother herself and any emotional reaction of the mother can be influence him believing that it is his own and activate what we talked about before that he was bringing go back and live what that abortion was like, that voluntary abortion that you decided to do and see what happened and how it happened

it was the experience really from the soul and it's also a very beautiful experience for me because although it is very hard at the beginning I have seen many women who have taken the decision in their day of to have a voluntary abortion and there's a common factor in all of them and that's the guilt that they feel, but afterwards when it develops and they get in touch with the soul of that being everything is fixed and they discover very beautiful things, of course before the womb when it's in between lives, when it's in that state that everybody, I insist, everybody says is the light, there you can see what you have come for they can see first where they are with whom they are with and what is the reason why they choose to incarnate and the vast majority of us chose mom, so there is no such thing as chance, there is no such thing as chance

nothing is by chance nothing we choose the life we are going to live and the things that are going to happen to us we choose to do what we have come here to do, it's another thing if we are here then we do it but we choose it we choose it regressive therapy is a tool at the service of humanity with which, in addition to satisfy curiosity is given the appropriate context for deep healing and self-discovery all the process takes place in a framework of empathy and respect for those who participate and is usual people who, after having been patient, decide to go deeper into the mechanics of the process

of therapy by training as therapists in order to continue to grow and put at the service of others

your experiences and your own experience regressive therapy is one of the possibilities that we have to get to know ourselves a little bit more, that is to say we arrive here with a backpack full of possibilities and if we come here it's because we have to solve something that is to say we surely come from someplace more comfortable and we choose this kind of exile really within a physical body again geez also no memory not of what we came here to do and improvise and see what happens and of course to be able to bring here with this ease that gives the regressive therapy a solution to a problem that traps you since hundreds of years ago, maybe you can feel there that you are doing that then it's a wonder to explain this with logic or with reason is that it doesn't stand up the logic and it's like we're talking about territories where where logic has nothing to do with it I what I recommend is that people who do not have or are not clear about what it is about or that it is very skeptical or think that this is a fantasy well if it is a fantasy and it works then blessed fantasy but I recommend you to be a little bit unprejudiced and free yourself from the systems of beliefs both religious and scientific that is of no benefit to say yes open your heart

open your mind say well let's see what happens here infinite possibilities we have we are like stuck in our belief drawers the expanded state of consciousness allows anyone to to connect with emotions and situations that are beyond time and space can belong to to the past of our incarnation or to previous lives can transfer us to all that that we lived in our mother's womb or in the space between one incarnation and the next one

and sometimes it seems to be a unique opportunity to connect in a transcendent manner with those who have already gone through this life through the doctor's questions and the answer came out to me very spontaneous and like I had it very clear a part of me kept on saying that this that it's just my imagination and in these scenes that I was living I was acting in a way very natural I was going about my day to day life but me being somebody else and they were completely real

to the point where this character would go up in an elevator and go into an apartment and open the windows and this person would jump out of the window but what caught my attention the most was when he while he was in the air what kind of way he was feeling and what kind of things he was thinking about

a series of emotions of hatred of anger of sadness of a lot of anguish were generated by the life and I felt it in my body in a way as if I was this person doctor juan jose lopez refers to these types of experiences as lost souls in a perhaps romantic way

of making mention of a complex phenomenon whereby through the expanded state of consciousness the patient supposedly enters into contact with the consciousness of another discarnate person who by an infinity of unknown circumstances may have remained on an intermediate plane of the existence affecting in a subtle or evident way the patient's life for which he/she feels a certain degree of affinity made me realize that all these all these emotions that I had been living for so long were not mine it helped me to let go of these emotions

emotions and these habits that I was not aware of and that were harming me

the extraordinary and the inconceivable materialize in an ineffable experience and from that place of transcendence and with the ultimate purpose of deep healing we can resolve important emotional wounds and conflicts such as the heartbreaking loss of a loved one was like a fish in a sea of fish

I was walking around reading the book but I was not drawing any conclusions from it everything was based on faith I had to have faith in what I was reading but I wasn't coming out of it when I found regressive therapy and it completely amplified my understanding of spirituality

in those therapy sessions that we did while I was being trained as a therapist I have seen unbelievable things not of all kinds I have not seen partners have past life experiences somatize deaths and solve problems that came from the obscurantism that is in our subconscious not because really the regressive therapy what it is a powerful tool for shed light on all those phenomena that we have hidden in the subconscious at the moment that you you throw light on it you begin to understand what is what is happening to you and from that moment you you understand it, you integrate it in you and although it continues to weigh you down, it is no longer the pain it does not produce

pain that you had before to know exactly what's going on

need led valentín lara to contact regressive therapy need to make sense of it and understand the painful losses that had occurred in his life in a short period of time

time after awakening his curiosity he decided that the best way to experience it was by training as a therapist with no other initial purpose than to overcome her own emotional pain as a patient

I was stuck in the death of my daughter in a specific event which is the one that to me when you have a family member in a cancerous process they are undergoing some therapies that are brutal and then little by little you are seeing how that person is deteriorating and that is very painful for me and even more so in the case of a daughter and also in a selfish way

you insist on waiting for the miracle when everybody is already telling you that this is wrong you insist that no, that no, that my daughter will be saved, that she will be saved, that in the end you will be saved

you realize what is causing her even more pain that the child would have lived if she had the most terrible moment was the moment when I told the doctor it's all right now

i want to let go now to end this suffering that moment has me well even more finished the loss of a loved one is a circumstance that marks us deeply who we really are prepared to let go of a family member or a friend, our expectations about the our idea of death and our attachment and sentimental need produce a emotional whirlwind that inescapably marks us sometimes in such a brutal way that it prevents us from going on with our lives in these sessions as a patient I was always going to look for that moment which is for me the most traumatic the most painful then I could play it back so many times I could drain it I could cry so many times that in the end really though now you have seen me that I have been moved

it's an emotion that the next minute I'm already recovered and that emotion will not go away I think as long as I live in this life at that moment since I was a patient I was noticing that I had some sensations like special like very strong and at that moment at a given moment somebody said it was juanjo said shake hands with your daughter I extended my hand to my daughter paula and in that moment there was a situation that I remember now that it was as if the space opened up a little bit not like as I don't know it is difficult to find the words to relate such a formidable fact this is the ineffability that therapists and researchers refer people to who have had the opportunity to experience expanded states of consciousness suffer from a great difficulty in expressing an experience that is beyond the understanding and the limitations of the mind and language I cannot explain to you with words from my mind what i felt when i experienced that i don't have a body but i am pure consciousness so i can be as big as the universe is and as small as to fit in a drop of water that's that you can only either experience it or you can't explain it and if someone explains it to you he thinks that as if the space up opened up and my hand has gone into another dimension the dimension precisely where surely there is that consciousness those souls and then it was when I discovered that there was my daughter, I knew she was my daughter but she didn't appear to me as a little girl from valid 12 year old but as a superior being like a soul I felt small compared to the greatness that I had I knew it was much more much more much more much more plus it was as if it gave me a packet of information it took everything and in an instant you understood everything a clairvoyance and a situation in which you are left completely filled with the answers that you for a long time you have been that prolonged in a state of peaceful wellbeing i don't know how long i was there because really there time stops it doesn't exist it doesn't exist it doesn't but it was a feeling of happiness that I had and that's where I understood that my daughter died her body the body caused in this life I know that when this body that every day is going I do not know in what way I do not know in what situation I don't know if he will still be here in another dimension I don't know that there are many theories many things but a me that not but I know that it is going to happen and that gives me first of all to lose the fear of death death does not make sense to me anymore I am still afraid of the physical pain logically seen the deterioration of the people who die and that I don't feel like it but what is the time for that leave this body to go somewhere else I don't have any qualms because I know that on the other side there are people but logic collapses in the face of experience and the mind demands arguments from us to understand an experience that goes beyond the reality that we have constructed in our mind of course it is lawful to wonder if the imagination overwhelmed by pain could recreate these experiences trying to solve emotional conflicts as observers only have at their disposal from the testimony of those who have experienced it the regressive therapy is accessible to everyone as it is a condition of our own human nature

the experiences related by the people that having accessed to an expanded state of consciousness from the regressive therapy or through any other technique or casual circumstance as the ecm themselves evidence in a supposed reality that would be beyond matter and of the physical, there are many professionals in the field of health who throughout their careers have witnessed unusual events that are difficult to explain according to the parameters with which they reality frequently relate experiences of people that during the last few years have been moments of life they converse with deceased loved ones or with entities that accompany them during the dying process situations that recur in sociocultural contexts diametrically opposed and that from the point of view of medicine are usually associated with the side effects of certain medications or with hallucinations produced by the chemistry of the brain during death these circumstances are quite common and occur in contexts where professionals from different branches of science and health could investigate them

but still today in spite of all the progress we have made these issues related with the transcendent are still a taboo for the scientific community and a good part of the western society to me it has happened to me that it is not you to my father to my mother that I have them there in front of me next to you that are smiling at me this kind of thing or someone that has some mystical experience they see their father their mother or some deceased loved one that is present in moments prior to death that secretion of endorphins that may be very similar to the opiates the brain itself says well you're dying I'm going to secrete something to put your mind at ease

that medication can produce hallucination to the extent of the doses that we put in it I don't think so, because we put doses of seration exclusively so that it doesn't affect at all

or enhance any action that is not legal death is a fundamental instant in the experience of the being by which the conscience separates from the body and its physical limitations an important and definitive moment is often assisted and accompanied by the health care personnel themselves how it influences on the professionals are emotionally prepared to live these circumstances

in a sustained manner we do talk about exceptional cases among us, we do talk about them among the staff

we all have asked ourselves questions in very specific moments or experiences experiences in which we have been surprised by what has happened, evidently from the point of view of the medical point of view we have to think that this whole situation of hallucination what we account of the patient when he's out he thinks he's out of his body that it can be good because produced by physiological phenomena that is to say that is the opinion of the science that I think that there must be some truth, that is to say that these situations that are living them and that they may even be real and then probably there is much more many more people that have gone through this situation this experience and they haven't but these personal experiences do help us a little bit to take stock introspectively

of what death really is and that there is something more than a physical body

commanded by neural impulses and chemicals something there is something there is something vital inside of us that makes us those special beings the human being can access the state of being expanded state of consciousness in different ways it can occur naturally as in the death processes in an intentional way with the different techniques and usual practices

be that as it may, it is important to emphasize the evident similarities between the testimonies of those people who have experienced it if all this shared knowledge makes it clear that they have highlight the existence of consciousness beyond what we understand by death in what way we could deepen the understanding of this phenomenon and of our true nature the striking thing about this is that when you talk to a person who has had a spiritual experience near-death experience tells you exactly the same thing that the patient told you in the state of regressive reliving the death of a past life and this is very striking because of course if it were a matter of 10 20 we're talking about millions of people we're talking about that well I'm carrying thousands of regressions by myself alone and mind yields many people with a lot of prestige with more regressions that and if we talk about cms alone well balló in the last 50 years has registered 25 million of cases of many millions of people talking about the same thing I insist it can not be that are wrong we will have to pay attention yes we will have to from the most absolute humbleness put aside what we know and listen to what it tells us that is not scientifically provable no but it's true and if it's true what would be totally unethical to me would be to conceal the human being should know that death is not the end

and it is already a step now we are going to provide science with data cases because this is obviated in all the Spanish hospitals because they say that these are hallucinations that people have that have near-death experiences, but what is the mechanism by which it works at the level of brain area does the hallucination occur do you want to show me somebody free statement this way we can't walk and instead of saying it's hallucinations in the discharge document when it comes out of discharge for his domicile say and Mr

so and so apart from leaving the stop expressed or manifested the following hallucinations to me it doesn't matter how you qualify it of hallucination but please reflect the then when we see 1 2 those who are thousands of them and we realize something very curious is that they all say the same thing, it will be that there is something going on here

and science will have no choice but to take action on the matter, but science before we have to demand it, we have to provide it to study, what we cannot do is to hide it and demand it

to show me this can not be the incongruent during his last years as a doctor the doctor juan jose proposed different research projects on ecm and states expanded states of consciousness in several Spanish hospitals, the objective was to compile the experiences and testimonies of the patients and the healthcare personnel who assisted them in order to create an important database and case histories but also to raise awareness among medical personnel about of the emotional and transcendent importance that the dying process has on the patient

patient during the moment of death I did not have any collaboration, this is regrettable

you demand it from science but you hide it from the clear you want me to prove this to you but you hide it from her because you can't even put it in the discharge reports no man

it's not that this is hallucinations because of the hallucinations the moment when you need it the most

the moment when a sick person needs his doctor is always sabata blanca is the moment when he is facing the death and if sabata blanca that doctor knows what the process of death consists of death is going to or the death of someone who is at the moment of death is going to be very happy or not going to be happy seeing his father seeing his mother seeing those beings that came before her waiting for him but for that the physician the doctor has to be clear about it the nurse I don't care because nursing is closer to the patient because of his work he is not more in contact with the patient but this would be important to think about it and take it seriously the more a human being needs it

contact with your regular doctor is when you are facing death

in the words of doctor juan josé himself everything about consciousness understood as this deep and transcendent dimension of being is not science it is evidence science requires verifiable and reproducible evidence that conforms to its processes of investigation

and conclusions and is often limited by technological and ethical developments

of each epoch is through the evidences how we advance in these fronts evidences collected by the researchers already a risk to put in evidence their professional reputation they decide to delve into a complex and vast phenomenon such as consciousness, a transcendent phenomenon that with the passage of time has become increasingly popular among the different sectors of the The countless congresses that are held year after year all over the world are proof of this

the world in which professional investigators and witnesses of the phenomenon expose before the great public their experiences and knowledge presenting us with a very different reality from that of the how much we thought we knew about ourselves, about death, about life and about the world in general

all of this with the purpose of bringing us a little closer to the fundamental questions questions that since our origins have defined in one way or another our development

as a social collective and as individuals and perhaps today more than ever they need to be reviewed and approached with new proposals and knowledge to reconnect with a deeper dimension who we are now I have it clear or half clear truth already I say that in these years you realize that you still know very little because you know one hundred percent what the soul is would require a knowledge that for now is not within our reach here in this world

incarnation in these incarnations that we do in the physical body with one thing evident is that the soul is the being that we really are that is to say a body without a soul is a dead body like a car without a driver the car may be beautiful but if you don't put someone at the controls of the car it doesn't work and well and where we come from I don't know but I sense that very possibly we all come from the same place we all come from the same place we all come from the same place we all come from the same place we all come from the same place we all come from the same place we all come from the same place a game in which we come we are parts of the whole we incarnate in physical bodies to play difficult the game we lose our memory when we reach the age of seven we forget who we are we are and here we have come and when we die I think we all discover something very important we want to get to the end of the game and as there is no time space so there is no hurry but the end of the game which is going to be possibly I guess it's going to be to integrate us all back into the whole game again we are one consciousness and we are all interconnected is because we come from the same place and either we will return to our total essence or we will return to our total essence staying close to these phenomena related to consciousness produces irremediably a transformation in those people who involve themselves in these phenomena

no matter the social, cultural or religious condition all witnesses independently of their starting point undergo a personal transmutation and develop a deep and profound interest in the genuine interest in what we might call spiritual matters people talk about a recognition about the inner truths an intuition that goes beyond the mind and words and that have direct implications in the way of approaching the day to day and the way of staying in the world after having seen and heard many cases and even having lived through them and accompanied the dying because my criterion is very clear today I no longer believe I do not believe that after death there is life but I don't believe it because I don't need to believe it because in these moments i know i know i don't have scientific arguments well that's going to be the problem of science of I can assure you today that after death we are still alive

regressive therapy gives us an incredible opportunity to deepen our knowledge of our own existence and our most subtle nature opens the door to self-discovery

through simple mechanics and respectful with our state of consciousness and with our emotional needs is a healing tool that in addition to helping us to dissolve our emotional a great variety of ailments gives us the opportunity to learn to perceive reality in a different way

totally unaccustomed offers us valuable answers to the great questions of life and to the most important leads us inexorably toward new and fascinating unknowns the regressive state the human being realizes that he has an infinite capacity to love that he has an infinite capacity to love that he has an infinite capacity to love

infinite capacity to forgive that death is not the end but simply a turning point where the body leaves off and consciousness continues and that we are actually spiritual beings

living experiences in physical bodies I believe that with this discovery that when 70% of the mankind approximately become aware of this you can imagine what can happen in the world can may be that the world will change may be that hatreds will end may be that fears will end may be that the world will change may be that the world will change may be that hatreds will end may be that fears will end may be that fears will end may be the end of the anger that we have come here to incarnate we have come here like this to be happy in spite of in spite of all the inconveniences that the experience puts us what happens to us that happens to be we forget who we are and what we have come here for and it is that chance does not exist but that it does not exist

nothing we choose to incarnate when with whom in what way and for what purpose one thing is that you choose and come to do according to what thing and another thing is that you then fulfill what that to which you you undertook each one chooses to come and live here an incarnational experience in order to learn I don't know what thing to know I don't know what thing to overcome I don't know what thing this is cyclical everybody we are going to go through all kinds of experiences and this is of our choosing pretending to concretize and summarize all that regressive therapy and the rest of the phenomena related to the consciousness is a vast and difficult task for us to undertake

perception of the world of the reality of ourselves is full of ideas and prejudices

established by the sociocultural context and by our own experience in life and all of it makes it very difficult to deeply understand and understand the implications that these phenomena have

necessary to approach it from a position of sobriety and humility, the expanded states of consciousness evidence in a transcendence in the present time and in our society has a very little space between so much noise and banal entertainment, perhaps it is a good moment to open up to connect with fundamental aspects of our nature by asking ourselves questions beyond what is accessory and the immediate not so much to satisfy curiosity or the intellect hovering around only the theoretical and superficial aspects of the phenomenon but opening us the door of the experience, which is really what it is all about, to live more attentive and conscious

only those people who approach from the way of experience will be in a position to be able to to assess judiciously everything else for or against will be just a belief more or less substantiated both doctor juan jose lópez martínez and the rest of the researchers of international renown and of impeccable academic reputation continue to work from the different branches of the science attending to patients whose testimony is fundamental to advance knowledge of this and other phenomena related to all this matter that no matter how much we dedicate ourselves to cataloguing and trying to classify them in order to address them, they are still one and the same reality

transcendent perceived from different points of view the regressive therapy is one of so many tools at the disposal of mankind and that requires nothing more than will and respect for and for others an opportunity to explore the unfathomable nooks and crannies of the consciousness that subtle and transcendent dimension that constitutes us with the sole purpose of healing and in one way or another to continue growing how the world would change if we would accept that life is a continuum of existence strewn with extraordinary events a phenomenon unreachable vastness that projects itself beyond birth and death in a process of inner evolution that knows no measure of time and that floods it and connects it to everything

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