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Helping you gain insight into past life

Archana Mishra, Aug 21, 2013, DHNS: 20:01 IST
therapist: Dr Adrian Finkelstein
Dr. Adrian Finkelstein, a spiritual healer, teacher, author, researcher and an expert in past-life regression therapy, was recently in the City to attend a workshop on past-life regression and to release his book Marilyn Monroe and Jean Harlow’s Husband’s Death.

Metrolife in a candid chat with the psychiatrist explores the concept of reincarnation and past-life therapy and how it can solve the mystery of your past life.
“Spontaneously but usually through the use of hypnosis, self-hypnosis or meditation, a person is able to ‘return’ to earlier lives and discover possible causes of problems in our present life,” says Adrian.

Calling it a holistic therapy that works with the body, mind, emotions and spirit, Adrian says through past life therapy it is easy to open the layers of an unsolved case. “During hypnosis there are times when information related to the unsolved issues in the persons past comes to the fore. Most people who die tragic deaths are prone to use the regression sessions to give information that sometimes is very accurate on how they died. This information, when cross-checked can lead to very plausible ways forward for investigating agencies to resolve unresolved cases,” says Adrian.

Taking about the trend of past-life regression therapy in the West, Dr Adrian says, “Every year more and more people in the west are beginning to believe in reincarnation. It is helping people all across the world and in India past-life is an accepted therapy. It has a history of using the modalities successfully thereby influencing the West to give greater credence to past life regression therapy,” say he.
Besides work, Adrian experience in India was wonderful but it was the food that made him fond of the City. “Honestly, Indian food tastes a lot fresher. I loved the food, though it was a little spicy,” says he.

Unfortunately, in his weeklong trip, Adrian was not able to explore much about Delhi. “My trip to India was very short. But time spent over here was good; people are very amiable and humble. I will soon visit India and specially Delhi again as I want to explore many places like the Qutub Minar and Chandni Chowk,” says the psychiatrist.

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