Frequently asking questions about Regression

For whom?

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Anyone with common sense who is willing to find a solution and to take responsibility for his/her own life, may undergo regression.  It is not necessary to have a specific complaint, it may be that you would like to understand your personal growth and awareness.
I often hear people say that they get spontaneous images, like during a meditation, of early experiences or past lives. This also can be a good starting point for a session.


The moment you decide to work on yourself, or because you are tired of always stuck in the same issue, or if you feel not to get to the cause of what affected you or because you have a healthy curiosity for more insight into your life, regression can offer you a solution.

This therapy can also be used if you already undergoes another treatment, but you run into a blockade  you like to further explore in order to  find a solution. In such a situation you can see it as a supplement to an existing treatment.

What Symptoms??

Uncertainty – physical complaints without apparent cause – hypersensitivity – unexplained fears – relationship problems – lack of confidence – depression – loneliness – unprocessed grief – burnout – feeling abandoned – anger – feeling guilty about something – sorrow – beliefs and / or imprints that you are bothering you  – or just feeling uncomfortable

This is just a sampling of possible inconveniences or problems you may experience.

How many sessions?

Regression is a fast-acting therapy where you will be taken directly to the cause of your problem. Hereby may be achieved a lot in a short time. On average it is sufficient to undergo 2 to 3 sessions that many results can be achieved.
This does depend on the nature of the complaints. It may be that a lot has happened in your current life where attention should be paid to. In that case, there will  be follow some more sessions. After one or two sessions soon will be clear how many sessions will be needed, as far as it has not yet been resolved.

What is trance?

Through requesting an emotion and a somatic that arises in the body you’re going to focus on the problem which creates a kind of trance. In trance you go to a natural state of consciousness deepens, yet you stay in the present. You can compare it with attentive listening to music or reading a book. You can go up there completely but you continue to be aware of your surroundings.

Are there risks?

Occasionally, people are telling me stories about unpleasant or strange experiences with regression. My question is always whether they have been to a well-trained therapist. This is, however, essential. If someone has been trained by Tasso or the SRN you can go there safely. In practice it means that when you are well guided in a session and is completed well, it has no adverse effects.

Well-trained therapists can also be found on the website of the NVRT.

Believe in reincarnation?

This is not a requirement. Not everyone is going back to a past life, especially when there is still a lot to be worked out in the current life. It is important to have an open mind to the images and information that come to you. For example, there may arise images that are not directly related to this life. It is not unlikely that you are dealing with very old memories. This can still reflect in the present life and causing inconvenience.

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