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Past Life Therapy (PLT)

 Past Life Therapy (PLT) is a clinical therapeutic process that uses past life experiences as the source for dealing with drama, dis-ease and dysfunction in the current lifetime.  It is intended to heal mental, psychological and physical disorders that are deep-rooted in a past time by clearing, dissipating, and transmuting the previous incidents via “lifting the boundary of the mind”[i], travelling to, and pinpointing whatever needs resolution.  PLT works with the person as a whole, which includes the data from all lifetimes they have had.  PLT accesses an earlier unresolved traumatic event from the unconscious mind by following a thread that is laid out by an emotion, feeling, statement or physical sensation.  It can rapidly and profoundly enter into areas that many traditional therapies never really address.  The therapist facilitates the client through an inner journey by using a repetition of the client’s exact wording and descriptions of what they are experiencing until resolution is attained.   The aim is get the client to find solutions to whatever bothers them and reach happiness in this life, a most valuable thing someone receives especially when the issues are solved permanently.[ii] Although it suggests the idea of reincarnation, PLT doesn’t impose any kind of religious doctrine on a client.   It’s not necessary that the client have a belief in that concept as long as they are going to do what the therapist asks them to do they will get results.[iii]  The “stories” that come up for these folks may be referred to as metaphoric.   Reincarnation has been taught for over thousands of years.  It’s part of many world religions such as Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, and Buddhism.[iv]  It is a good mechanism for understanding the soul’s mission, purpose and journey.  PLT uses this concept of reincarnation in a therapeutic means that effectively and efficiently treats not just the symptoms but also the causal level of core issues to bring about real change and transformation in this lifetime. The Western or traditional approach attempts to fix symptoms.  The interest with PLT is to identify and correct the real cause of the imbalances at the past life origin that consequently has direct effects in the current reality.  It is therefore imperative that the PLT practitioner learns what they are doing, knows what they are doing, and then practices it ethically and respectfully. No other therapy can give patients the insights that PLT does.[v]  C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., “the father of holistic medicine”, said “There is no other approach that I have experienced or seen as effective as Past Life Therapy in getting people to lifelong and maybe multiple lives of problems.”[vi]  Shealy recommends PLT “if someone really wants to get to the core of their hang-ups – whatever they may be”.  PLT is a respectable modality and a genuine therapeutic process.

Brief History of PLT According to the Past Life Therapy Center website[vii], Morris Netherton, Ph.D., an expert in the field of PLT, suffered from ulcers and dermatitis in the early ‘60’s.  His medical doctor referred him to a psychotherapist for the seemingly psychosomatic ailments.  During a therapy session, he spontaneously went into a trance where his unconscious mind showed him a past life experience in the 19th century where he was in a Mexican prison.  He asserted to the therapist that he wanted to remain working in that alternate reality to acquire the story of what happened there.  When he left the session, he noticed the dermatitis was gone.  The next time he returned to the therapist, the session took him back to the same prison lifetime where he found that the guards kicked him right where he had an ulcer in the present lifetime.  He continued in that session to the end of that life where he found that his entity died of diphtheria there.  The next day, he did not feel pain in the area of where he had previously had the ulceration indicating that he had found his remedy by revisiting the past episode. Initially in his career, Netherton worked as a counselor in the Juvenile Detention Center with the Los Angeles County Probation Department.  One day at work, he naturally and intuitively led a young disturbed boy, who Netherton found in the fetal position, through an unrehearsed re-birthing process.  Right away the boy’s behavior dramatically transformed and he was released early from the detention center.  This gave Netherton the foundation for the birthing process he later honed.  Netherton, a major contributor and pioneer of the technique Past Life Therapy (PLT), published his innovative book Past Lives Therapy[viii] (William Morrow, New York) in 1978.  The book presents the basic structure of the process and the method of “listening for specific recurring or out-of-place phrases”[ix] during the client intake that he would later use as a guide to unlock the unconscious mind by having the client concentrate and repeat their own phrases.[x]  This technique serves as a non-hypnotic induction to bridge to past life experiences. In 1981, Shealy met Netherton and readily embraced his work.  They have remained very close associates since then.  Netherton has performed over 42,000 sessions and successfully practiced and taught for 50 years.  He is now retired from private practice but remains a desired instructor and speaker.  Netherton mentored Thomas Paul, C. Ht. at the Past Life Therapy Center in Los Angeles, CA where the work is carried forward being called “The Netherton-Paul PLT Method of De-hypnosis”.

Difference of Past Life Therapy, Traditional Therapy, Psychic Readings and Past Life Regression Hypnosis Traditional therapy is controlled and dictated by psychology.[xi]  There are very stringent guidelines of what you can do and what you cannot do with a client as a psychologist that are not pertinent when it comes to a past life therapist.  Most traditional therapists are compliant, working safely within their controlled methods and would be very nervous to expand into anything like a past life.  They would insist on only addressing what has occurred in the right now and in this physical lifetime.  Therefore because they exist in a limited framework, they get limited short-term results.[xii] Also a psychic reading is never going to therapeutically resolve anything long-term.  A psychic tells a person what they see, perceive and think for a person.   The information comes through the psychic’s filter and they tell a person what they want the client to know.  That information is not coming from the authentic source of the experience.  The psychic will usually just give the information and then send a person home with no course to a conclusion or closure.  A psychic reading is fine if understood that its merely for entertainment rather than therapy.  In PLT, the information doesn’t come from inside the therapist; it comes from inside the client.  The client can really take ownership for their story and be accountable for what they discovered and what they need to do to resolve it.  A client is advanced in their understanding and can reflect on their personal responsibility from this life and any other lifetime. Although a rather accepted approach to retrieving past life information, hypnosis has many downsides for this purpose.  First of all, the client is already in a hypnotic state. Life is full of many episodes that give the unconscious mind hypnotic suggestions and commands.  All throughout the prenatal time, the birth experience and early childhood, commands are going straight into the unconscious mind.  There is no need to put someone into an even deeper hypnotic trance.  In reality, they need to be de-hypnotized.[xiii]  Internal hypnotic commands and “spells”, binding the soul to the past that are creating confusion now, need to be dispelled and eliminated.  The unconscious mind is the source of everything and it’s always recording.[xiv]  The saying “You cannot put whipped cream over bullshit”[xv] bluntly puts into words how it makes no sense to just say positive affirmations without clearing out the negative trance beneath the surface of the conscious reality. By the nature of hypnosis, a client is even more open to being submissive.  Many times the client in that altered state will manufacture and concoct answers trying to placate the therapist.[xvi]  Therapists may also suggest imagery, which further distorts the client’s memories of the past life.[xvii]   The use of guided imagery can create a fairy tale when it would be much more productive to get to something real.[xviii]  This can be accomplished with the non-hypnotic PLT technique by utilizing the client’s own real inner conflicted emotions, language, attitudes, and sensations to direct the session.[xix]  The PLT therapist repeats the client’s words and phrases verbatim so that the client may hear himself or herself and discover their own resolutions to their troubles.  The client can say what they need to say to be completely clear and finish it.

The Significance of Past Life Exploration Every lifetime that we have lived will have some trauma in one way or another especially since with death there is typically distress of a particular kind.[xx]  A PLT therapist will only find the past lives that have bad patterns that have been activated by events (usually in the prenatal time or at birth) in this lifetime.  The good takes care of itself.  A trauma from a former lifetime will continue to have an influence on the current life experience because it’s unfinished.   In one-way or another, a person will unconsciously be trying to finish that episode to resolve it.  There is something back there that is calling the client and pulling on the client’s life force and creating their unconscious self defeating behavior now.   PLT is particularly effective in getting the client to the point of breaking with the past and re-writing the inner script in the unconscious mind. When a death occurs, the entity leaves the body however the continuation of the promises, vows, and agreements they have made from the cradle to the grave and the unresolved trauma that was felt in that body in the prior lifetime comes along with it.  PLT is used to consciously go back to where the pain, fear, psychic debris, etc. was cut short and not able to complete.  Therefore once a past life trauma is accessed, a therapist needs to keep working it until the client sees it, gets it, feels it and let’s go of it.  Once they let go of it in the accessed past life, the consequence of it vanishes in the here and now.

Preparation and Guidelines for Therapist Personal Work             If a therapist plans on carrying out PLT on others, it’s imperative that the therapist experiences at minimum the basic work on himself or herself.[xxi]  Even if there are no pressing reasons to have traditional therapy, it is extremely beneficial to commit the effort to have a personal exploration of PLT experientially as it will make it much easier to become certified and competent.  A therapist can only deliver successfully those services for which they are competent to provide after thorough training, education and experience.  To avoid projecting their own data on to the client, it’s essential the therapist is aware of his or her own energies and issues and does their own healing.  When the therapist is sitting beside the client, the client can feel the therapist’s energy.[xxii]  Of course, it’s common sense to be aware of strong fragrances in the treatment room, body odor and bad breath, as smells can sidetrack a client from focusing on where they need to go in the session.

Use of Voice The proper use of the voice is crucial to a successful session.  The voice needs to be blended as part of what is going on.[xxiii]  It's imperative not to editorialize with the voice and just be natural and maintain neutrality at all times.  The therapist makes the point of repeating things exactly how the client has expressed it.  If the therapist has to go to the rest room, they can just excuse themselves by saying “Stay where you are” and come back to continue where the session left off. Sometimes the client can get lost in where they are.  When this happens, because the therapist is taking notes of exactly what the client is going through and saying, they can move closer to the client’s ear and say, “I’m right here, we are going to resolve this” and get them back on track in the session.

Use of touch There are points in a session that it’s entirely beneficial and necessary to touch the client in a non-sexual sensitive manner.  It is never appropriate though to have the client disrobe for PLT.  Sometimes touch gives the client focus in coordination with breathing.  Touching many times brings the client back to being a newborn baby.[xxiv]

Confidentiality and setting up a safe environment             The client is entitled to have absolute assurance that whatever comes to light in a session will not be shared with anyone else.  The assurance of strict confidentiality allows the client to relax and open within a safe container.              Also it is important for the therapist to recognize that in this professional relationship, they are in a power position and act with the highest integrity and ethical manner not to abuse this power in any way.

Indications and Contra-indications Psychotics are defined as someone without boundaries and who is out of reality.  These types are not candidates for PLT.[xxv] If someone is on medication, it can be problematic to work with him or her because the chemicals distort perception.  It may be difficult to work with client’s who are on prescription drugs because it tends to block access to the unconscious mind.  It’s recommended to do a couple of sessions with a client who is on a prescription. Then ask the client to go back to the prescribing M.D. and ask to be taken off the drugs before coming back to work the next stage of treatments.[xxvi]  Otherwise its tough to determine what is bringing about the change – the client or the medication.   The goal is to achieve a healthful fresh positive complete transformation. It's best not to work with someone who admits to having used recreational drugs, such as marijuana, or even alcoholic beverages, within the previous 24 hours before the session.  Many times though people need PLT to clear the reason they are using these substances.  These addictive patterns generally are activated in the birth experience when the baby “learns” that are going to need a drug or self medicate in order to feel calm, miss the chaos and deal with life.  This association can be formed when the Mother is administered a drug in the birthing process.[xxvii] When someone’s talking with infinite words such as: “always”, “forever”, “never”, “no matter what” – these are created in a past time and they are candidate for past life therapy.[xxviii]  Usually this kind of infinite statement comes in right at their former death.

The Initial Interview and Assessment             The initial intake interview starts in a conversational manner with leading generalized questions that begin to get the client to where they will say key phrases and descriptions of symptoms that fit the vibrational resonance of the causal earlier event.  It’s as if the therapist/client are intuitively looking and listening for the key that will open the doorway into the past trauma wherever it lies.  The therapist takes note of everything that is said, all gestures, tones, manner of speaking, etc.[xxix]  Acting almost as a soul detective, the therapist needs to be sensitive at all times regarding comments that would reveal a clue to the puzzle.  The client volunteers to openly share their health history and problems, prenatal and birth history, surgeries (including anesthetic history), family dynamics and relationship issues, present life crises, repeating emotional difficulties or addictions, major negative challenges or blocks, any allergies, phobias, recurring pain or any struggles. (See appendix F for suggested topics and questions that can be used in the initial intake interview.)             The therapist needs to plan on leaving time to review the information they’ve written and attentively go over the intake to recognize the pointers to past life traumatic events which are affecting this life.             A great question to ask to get an insight of where to start in a session is:  “If there was one thing that we could do today that would help you in your life today, what would it be?”[xxx]

Duration and Course of Treatment Generally, we will know that someone has completed their course of treatment when: ·      The depression is gone ·      The pain is gone ·      The marriage is either good and ongoing – or – dissolved ·      And so on The therapist is to work to get the results that will be the greatest benefit to whoever is concerned.  It’s ideal to work together until someone has reached resolution of what they came to address.  Nothing is ever finished until resolution is attained not settling for just “good enough”.  The work is not done until it doesn’t hurt anymore.[xxxi] If possible, the therapist would get the client to commit to a minimum of 6 two-hour sessions. A typical course of treatment for something like clinical depression would be approximately 6 to 10 two-hour sessions done once or twice a week consistently.  Most often, the client will feel the depression starting to lift and things beginning to change after about the 5th or 6th session.[xxxii]  The results will be long lasting.   The therapist would say to the new client: “If after 6 sessions, we are not addressing what you came here to resolve then we will quit.” Or “We will work together on this until you feel you have reached resolution.”[xxxiii] A patient named Carla reports that although she didn’t start PLT to cure her depression, she “experienced something qualitatively different” which left her feeling “more finished” than she had in her life.  She said the best way that she could describe it, is that re-experiencing the traumas and her birth in this lifetime “pulled the depression out by its roots” and that she continues to feel so different every day “as if somebody turned on the lights in her life”.[xxxiv]

Karma and Results Karma is really about resolving in this lifetime what wasn’t resolved in the last.  We move forward and play out that karma until it’s completed. There are three positions[xxxv]: ·      Victim – The victim is disempowered.  The victim will always make the decision to join the victim.[xxxvi]  From the standpoint of the Law of Karma, we have brought being victimized onto ourselves.  However, the therapist needs to mobilize the client to find where they did “that” to somebody as a victimizer.  “Where you did that to somebody that was done to you.”[xxxvii]  “Let’s go into the past life where what happened to you – you did to someone else.”[xxxviii] ·      Victimizer – The victimizer has the tendency to mistreat, pick on, persecute, exploit, and take advantage of others for their own self-serving personal gain.  The victimizer will always make the decision to join the people who are hurting others.[xxxix] ·      Benign Observer – The benign observer is the good natured, compassionate, connected, benevolent soul.  The soul’s evolution and enlightenment is about embodying this wise archetype who is in service to God and all of humanity.[xl] The soul may alternate between victim and victimizer from one lifetime to another until there is a conscious awakening and healing of these archetypes ending the cycle.  When the client has completed the course of whatever number of sessions they needed to get resolution, the sense of being a victim is no longer there.  They have progressed from being a victimizer to a victim to being a benign observer in their life.  Indeed if the client has resolved all of those archetypal patterns, then what is generated is the compassionate, calm, thoughtful observer who can spot, decide, and align with what needs to be done that is impartially the Universal Truth for any given situation.  The benign observer is able to make good decisions and become a mature fully functional adult and awakened spiritual being.

PLT process options --Prenatal and Birth Importance of Early Life Experiences:  The most valuable time to work with a client is the prenatal time: when the Mother is carrying the baby to and through birth.[xli]  When the therapist starts to work birth and do it well and correctly, they can do any other session in PLT.[xlii] Prenatal and birth establishes life patterns and problems that the client is dealing with today.  Everything that Mother said, did, heard and felt is used by the incoming soul’s unconscious mind in the womb to activate the charged memories from previous lifetimes and the “bad” behavior or karma that needs to be changed and resolved this time around.  Unresolved trauma from a past life continues to influence a person in this life because there is something in it that is unfinished.  This uncompleted karma moves forward with the soul and birth is the first time a person moves forward in life.  The good substance, talents and abilities are there too however its unnecessary to work PLT on that as the good takes care of itself by its very nature.  In PLT, the therapist is looking for the “bad” past lives and facilitate the clearing of them so that the good will take over.[xliii] The soul chooses the mother and father who will conceive them based on the combination that the spiritual intelligence knows it needs to work through and the potential that will be made available by this grouping.   The “genetic” predisposition is just the right fit for that incoming being.  Agreement is made with all concerned and the script literally develops in the actual DNA and cells.  In the development stages of the embryo and fetus, there are key periods when issues will be activated and established in the physical realm.[xliv]  Hence, the issues are in the tissues and PLT unwinds how established negative survival patterns govern and control the life.

--Surgery             Another very critical area to clear the disturbance around is surgery.  Anesthetics are mind-altering drugs.  Under anesthetics the conscious mind loses potentiality and the unconscious mind thinks the being is dying.[xlv]  When a patient is under the sedatives and in the altered state, a great deal is said around the patient and the unconscious mind is always listening.  The patient’s unconscious mind soaks up every statement that is being said externally (by doctors, nurses, etc.) as if it’s their own and takes these disempowering beliefs out of the surgery with them.  People will act on what they’ve heard while under anesthesia until it’s cleared.  Negative survival patterns and conditions are developed from seemingly insignificant statements such as “We’re losing her” or “Blood pressure is dropping”.[xlvi]  The patient actually doesn’t die however they will live in crisis afterward.  A conscious recognition is facilitated with PLT and assists the client in dis-creating and releasing these beliefs that were never authentically their own anyway. When the patient is counted down by the anesthesiologist, there is nothing ever done to get them out of it, another source of problems with recovery.  The therapist working the surgery needs to make sure that the patient/client is counted back up!             In addition to the actual surgical procedure, the experience in the recovery room furthermore requires processing with PLT since the patient is thrown a ball of confusion there, too.  Imprinted in their psyche, it later manifests itself in self-sabotage and governs and controls the life fields of health, success, joy, relationships, etc. 

--Past life traumas and death             Current day emotional problems and conflicts are rapidly and successfully solved with PLT when a client is able to connect to the actual initiation in a past lifetime and recognize the higher soul level meaning of the issues at hand.   Their spirit replicates in some form the unresolved issues and focuses them through the situations in the current life experience for the reason of finalization.[xlvii]  With PLT, the unsettled feelings and sensations are intensified to carry the client back through history to the earlier time where a clearer sense of the causal meaning resides and ultimately remedy the multidimensional misalignment with the Creative Force Energy of the Universe.  A tool like PLT is actually “spiritual psychotherapy”.[xlviii]  Through the careful methodical process of PLT, the client’s own phrases and words create the basis of the pathway to this profound self discovery and actualization.  Although the therapist maintains a strong focused intention and facilitates and guides using repetition to keep the process going, the client is actually their own healer that sets right the stumbling blocks from their previous existences.

What a session “looks” like If you see PLT being done, it deceptively looks as if it is a very simple process.  After the initial intake interview, the client will recline and the therapist sits nearby.  A session is not preplanned.  In the intake interview, the client determines where to begin the session by speaking representational language and significant statements.  The therapist using PLT will guide and help instead of lead and force.[xlix]  When going back to past time frames, the therapist must not offer information according to their own perception but rather draw it out of the client by intuitively repeating the client’s own key phrases.  The client is totally conscious, as the process does not use hypnosis, because the client is already hypnotized.  People are stuck in a negative trance of commands and they tell you exactly what their internal scripting is and what is happening.  It is really de-hypnosis that the client needs.  The therapist directs the unconscious mind to go to the unresolved area that needs to be de-hypnotized, re-worked, re-framed and re-scripted.  Once the client lies down, they are invited to begin automatic breathing and speak the words that provoke and give rise to a reaction or emotions (typically upsetting ones) generally within 30-45 seconds.[l]  As the emotion surges up, the therapist guides the client to let it come and become more immersed in the intensified state.  The therapist doesn’t interrupt this demonstration but does takes note of all facial and bodily expressions while this is happening and writes exactly what the client verbalizes during this stage.  The client moves through the emotional intensity quickly and at this point the therapist recognizes that its time to continue and directs the client to give words to what they are feeling.  Here are some examples of directions that the therapist gives the client to get them started: “If that ________ could speak, what is the first thing it would say?” “If that ________(feeling) had words to say what would they be?  “Put your hand on that part of your body that feels______, and what are the very first words that come to mind?”   (See Appendix A for a list of suggested therapeutic statements and questions that can be used to induce a past life session.) Repeatedly the therapist asks the client “What are the first words that come to mind” keeping them in the process so they don’t stray and the intensity mounts and crest.  Once the client is “transported” to the movie-like scene from their former incarnation, the therapist proceeds by posing questions that will unwind the thread and all elements of the situation that need to be recalled and addressed.  The goal is to relive the experience in the here and now and do whatever needs to be done to reframe it.   The client is guided through their past life death experience or their present life birth experience or a surgery to correct the interpretation of these events and achieve peace at a soul level with what is.  Many times this is achieved through the act of forgiveness – whether it’s forgiving another or themselves.  The point is to be complete and to release oneself to their highest good and set themselves free from past memories that hold power over them now.  As this completion is grasped, the current symptoms dissolve and the client quietly opens their eyes, feeling awake and alert of what occurred and their new choices and promises to themselves.

Conclusion Although the process of PLT may sound mysterious, it is actually a simple straightforward procedure of dance steps that occurs between the therapist and client as it unwinds the path of twists and turns to eventually reach the picture that tells the whole story of what happened with previous sojourns on Earth.  Something “magical” happens when a client meets himself or herself and witnesses their former actions, deeds, and experiences.  Taking personal responsibility, they can now look at and translate core issues, and open up to safely feeling the resisted emotions and receive powerful energetic changes that bring peace, joy and harmony.  By discovering and moving through negative emotionally charged past memories, health on all levels is immediately and positively affected and leaves the client feeling refreshed, renewed and clear, bringing about real change and evolution of the soul.  This method quickly cuts through years of resistance in the body/mind/soul and works efficiently and effectively. I feel infinite gratitude after seeing Dr. Morris Netherton’s great contribution to this field.  The clinical technique of Past Life Therapy that he pioneered continues to serve as a viable and powerful method of connecting the dots of the everlasting soul’s journey to becoming an enlightened benign observer.  



[i] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAOQczev8xE&feature=plcp, Past Life Therapy Interviews with Dr. Morris Netherton Part 1 of 9, Published on Jun 3, 2012 by ‪Parker Counseling [ii] http://www.youtube.com/user/ParkerCounseling, Past Life Therapy Interviews with Dr. Morris Netherton, Published on Jun 3, 2012 by ‪Parker Counseling [iii] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the week long residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [iv] Shealy, C. Norman, M.D., Ph.D.  Energy Medicine: Practical Applications and Scientific Proof. Virginia Beach, VA: 4th Dimension Press, 2011, p.102 [v] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the week long residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [vi] http://youtu.be/htB3MzZLR4g, ‪The Power of Past Lives in the Medical Renaissance Series Webisodes, Jul 21, 2008. [vii] http://www.paastlifetherapycenter.com/TheNethertonMethod.html [viii] Netherton, Morris, Ph.D. Past Lives Therapy. Amazon Digital Services. 1978. [ix] Netherton, Morris, Ph.D. Past Lives Therapy. Amazon Digital Services. 1978. Loc. 205 of 2196 [x] Netherton, Morris, Ph.D. Past Lives Therapy. Amazon Digital Services. 1978. Loc. 211 of 2196 [xi]http://www.youtube.com/user/ParkerCounseling, Past Life Therapy Interviews with Dr. Morris Netherton, Published on Jun 3, 2012 by ‪Parker Counseling [xii] Ibid. [xiii] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the weeklong residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [xiv] Ibid. [xv] Ibid. [xvi] Baldwin, William J., D.D.S, Ph. D.  Spirit Releasement Therapy:  A Technique Manual. 1992. p. 97 [xvii]Ibid. p. 99 [xviii] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the week long residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [xix] Baldwin, William J., D.D.S, Ph. D.  Spirit Releasement Therapy:  A Technique Manual. 1992. p. 101 [xx] http://www.youtube.com/user/ParkerCounseling, Past Life Therapy Interviews with Dr. Morris Netherton, Published on Jun 3, 2012 by ‪Parker Counseling [xxi] Ibid. [xxii] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the week long residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [xxiii] Ibid. [xxiv] Ibid. [xxv] Ibid. [xxvi] http://www.youtube.com/user/ParkerCounseling, Past Life Therapy Interviews with Dr. Morris Netherton, Published on Jun 3, 2012 by ‪Parker Counseling [xxvii] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the week long residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [xxviii] Ibid. [xxix] Baldwin, William J., D.D.S, Ph. D.  Spirit Releasement Therapy:  A Technique Manual. 1992. pp. 89-92 [xxx] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the weeklong residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012 [xxxi]Ibid. [xxxii] Ibid. [xxxiii] Ibid. [xxxiv] http://youtu.be/htB3MzZLR4g, ‪The Power of Past Lives in the Medical Renaissance Series Webisodes, Jul 21, 2008. [xxxv] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the weeklong residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [xxxvi] http://www.youtube.com/user/ParkerCounseling, Past Life Therapy Interviews with Dr. Morris Netherton, Published on Jun 3, 2012 by ‪Parker Counseling [xxxvii] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the weeklong residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [xxxviii] Ibid. [xxxix] http://youtu.be/htB3MzZLR4g, ‪The Power of Past Lives in the Medical Renaissance Series Webisodes, Jul 21, 2008. [xl] Stone, Joshua David, Ph.D., Soul Psychology: How to Clear Negative Emotions and Spiritualize Your Life. New York: Ballantine Publishing Group, 1999. p. 263. [xli] http://www.youtube.com/user/ParkerCounseling, Past Life Therapy Interviews with Dr. Morris Netherton, Published on Jun 3, 2012 by ‪Parker Counseling [xlii] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the weeklong residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [xliii] Ibid. [xliv] Netherton, Morris, Ph.D. The Netherton Method of Past Life Awareness and Integration – A Teaching Manual. Downloadable e-book from AAPLE online bookstore, 1976. pp. 85-98 [xlv] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the weeklong residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [xlvi] Ibid. [xlvii] Netherton, Morris, Ph.D. The Netherton Method of Past Life Awareness and Integration – A Teaching Manual. Downloadable e-book from AAPLE online bookstore, 1976. p. 87 [xlviii] Baldwin, William J., D.D.S, Ph. D.  Spirit Releasement Therapy:  A Technique Manual. 1992. p. 89 [xlix] Netherton, Morris, Ph. D.,  “Past Life Therapy”, lecture presented at the weeklong residential seminar, Fair Grove, MO, May 7-11, 2012. [l] http://www.youtube.com/user/ParkerCounseling, Past Life Therapy Interviews with Dr. Morris Netherton, Published on Jun 3, 2012 by ‪Parker Counseling