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Past Life Regression Therapy: Valid Treatment or Ridiculous Foo Foo; Researcher and Author Dr. Heather Friedman Rivera on Dr. Carol Francis Radio Talk Show
Date:6/24/2013

Huntington Beach (PRWEB) June 24, 2013

On Dr. Carol Francis Radio Talk Show, Past Life Regression Therapy is explored today with researcher Dr. Friedman Rivera. (Podcast at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dr-carol-francis/2013/06/24/past-life-regression-therapy-valid-or-foo-foo-with-dr-river). After undergoing physical and spiritual healing during a past life regression therapy session (PLR), Dr. Heather S. Friedman Rivera began to look for aggregate data to support what she and thousands of others experienced. Noticing an abundance of anecdotal accounts and a lack of empirical data, she decided to author “Healing the Present from the Past: The Personal Journey of a Past Life Researcher” (Balboa Press, 2012) which enlightens readers about PLR research, techniques, processes, narratives and comparative analysis.

Readers will travel with Rivera as she reveals personal discoveries and delineates a scientific investigation into Past Life Regression Therapy. Not only does she allow readers to see her world, but she investigates over 200 respondents from around the world to help validate the spiritual, psychological and physical benefits that can result from Past Life Regression Therapy. Conducted as an independent study, “Healing the Present from the Past” measures the type and degree of healing received from a PLR.

“I hope to provide the reader with knowledge to make an informed decision about another healing modality – past life regression,” Rivera says. “This includes the type and degree of healing effects from past life experiences and the many factors which drive and influence these effects. In addition, it is my hope that the stories of healing will resonate with
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