The International Journal of Regression Therapy
Volume XXIII, 2015
The organization for the new International Journal of Regression Therapy is continuing to publish the Journal formerly know as the Journal of Regression Therapy originally published under the auspices of two legacy organizations that do not exist today. It is felt by the Journal Policy Board that what was accomplished and begun by these organizations is too valuable to lose and too valuable not to continue. As the regression field gains adherents across the world this, the only international regression journal, is available to advance the regression discipline. For comments or questions go to the contact list at http://journalofregressiontherapy.com/ or e-mail one of the members of the policy board. Find past Journal issues at www.Lulu.com for download or hardcopy at modest cost. Search capabilities by author, topic, index, and article are available at the Journal web site. Contact one of us if you have difficulty.
The International Journal of Regression Therapy is a professional publication. Its function is to serve as an open forum for the sharing and discussion of information, ideas, and theories, and for the publication of research in the regression field. All materials presented herein represent the views and opinions of the individual authors and are not necessarily those of the Policy Board, editors or consulting editors. Publication of an article herein does not represent an endorsement of its contents by them, collectively or individually.
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Useful information for this issuePublisher: The International Journal of Regression Therapy Publication Date: 31-03-2015 Volume Number: XXIII Issue Number: Issue 1
Article index on this issue
- Seven Visions of Past-Life Therapy Practice in Chile – Viviana Zenteno (Is.27)
- Quantum Reality and Transpersonal Therapy – Richard Stammler (Is. 27)
- Enkoimisis: The Healing Tradition in Ancient Greece – Athanasios N. Komianos (Is.27)
- Crossed Past-life Memory Material, an Anomaly to the Cryptomnesia, Confabulation, Imagination and Fantasy Theory Advocated by Scientific Materialism – Serge Szmukler-Moncler (Is.27)
- Soul Loss, a Model for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – Viviana Zenteno (Is.27)
- Spirit Release in Clinical Psychiatry – What Can We Learn? – Alan Sanderson (Is.27)
- What can Regression Therapy do for Highly Sensitive Persons? – Marc Van Hecke (Is.27)