Holistic regression therapy

More about holistic regression therapy
Why holistic regression therapy?

People often come to therapy when they feel like they have everything in life, but they still don’t feel happy.

They also come to therapy because of dysfunctional relationships (whether sexuality, emotional or spiritual intimacy, intellectual problems) or because of a loss of larger goals in life. Therapy is also the right place to find a solution to your ongoing anxiety, insecurity or to discover the root causes of your physical complaints or addictions (e.g. work addiction, food addiction, relationship addiction, online addiction, sex addiction, alcohol addiction or other addictions).

While for many, therapy seems to be a futile dwelling on the past and childhood, it is precisely without consciously working through the past and leaving it behind that it is impossible to be present in the present moment, and there always seems to be something missing. Something is always nagging, upsetting, relationships with colleagues or loved ones are not working, and happiness seems to be something that is somewhere in the future (“When …”).

In Buddhism, it is said that the true nature of man is happiness, love and serenity, and working with the inner world is the way to get there by clearing the obstacles on the path that prevent us from being happy and serene in the present day.

Very often, the therapist will help you to see what is already there in your life, or support you to let go of what has gone but you cannot let go of.

Holistic Regression Therapy is suitable for those who are ready to work with their inner world and are willing to shift their focus from describing other people to themselves, in order to come to a better understanding of their own lives. Just as it is normal to take care of your physical body and exercise regularly, it is also normal to take a deeper look at yourself and stand up for your mental health.

While it can be confusing to choose between different forms of therapy, holistic regression therapy is something that, in my experience, is one of the most profound and effective ways to achieve change in your life. The aim of therapy is for a person to come into alignment with their deeper being, where they feel contentment in all these aspects of their life:

  • Behaviour
  • Human relations
  • Physical body
  • Thoughts on
  • Emotions
What is holistic regression therapy?

Holistic means wholeness, it is a sense of oneself as a whole, where all the previous aspects of life are worth enjoying and we don’t feel that wellbeing and well-being is somewhere in the distant future. Holistic also means feeling whole and fulfilled – being full in the best sense of the word.

Regression is about “moving with the times”, or really putting past situations behind you by working through them, and also about moving towards the future, where you know what you want out of your life, and can achieve and maintain a good state of being in your life without the past holding back the progress of your life.

What’s happening at the session?

Holistic regression therapy is most effective when done through a holistic quartet. That’s 4 sessions over a maximum of 2 weeks.

Holistic Regression Therapy sessions last 2-3 hours. The first part of the session is a conversation between therapist and client. We talk about life’s challenges, goals, obstacles, relationships with loved ones and, above all, with ourselves. In the second part, a holistic walk or other technique is carried out, the content of which is tailored to the client’s needs and objectives.

During the holistic journey, the client lies comfortably on the sofa with eyes closed. It is not hypnosis, but a state similar to meditation, where the client is fully aware of themselves and their surroundings, but their focus is on the inner world.

Consciousness expands, the brain begins to work at a different level from the unconscious, the subconscious can be accessed more freely, and the root causes of problems can be found in memory, and the associated petrified emotions or beliefs released.

The therapist writes down the whole conversation, and the client and therapist both work through what they have written for the next session. Through it, the information that comes up can also make a real difference in everyday life. In holistic regression therapy, both process and integration are important, as well as movement towards goals.

Who is holistic regression therapy not for?

Because holistic regression therapy involves a mind wandering that takes place in an altered state of consciousness, it is not suitable for those who have problems with the real-versus-non-real distinction between self and non self, such as schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders.

For the same reason, such inner-world journeys are not suitable for people under the influence of narcotic substances, or in a state of acute crisis or shock when the person has lost adequate consciousness. It is also contraindicated for those whose mental disorders are caused by brain damage.

Why do an HRT with me?

Some time ago I heard the admission that the holistic regression therapy I do in addition to leadership training is not scientifically proven. It’s true. A thing becomes scientific the moment the first academic paper is published, and an “unrecognised” thing thereby becomes “recognised”. But it doesn’t matter. It’s all about experience and my own experience with this style of therapy has been life-changing:

  • I didn’t see any passion in professional life. It was completely exhausted and I didn’t know or dare to take any further steps. I was in a good place, in a good job, everything was just fine – but the gut feeling was not good. In the process of therapy, I dared to bring out my own experiences as a leader, my own views on life, I dared to talk about my own thoughts. I started valuing what I am – I made a podcast, wrote a book about my principles and experiences. Today, I am thoroughly enjoying my new “job” with people. Work where I can support people to rediscover themselves. Because I know how deeply I can get lost in the process of meeting other people’s needs.
  • Before going to therapy, life had no colour. And there was no appetite to continue with that life. Today, however, I often get comments that I’m glowing. I’m excited because I enjoy everything life brings me. I understand that things don’t happen to me, but for me. Both the inconvenient things and the very uncomfortable things.
  • I was alone. It was just me, my dog and the cat. No one else. I didn’t want to communicate, I didn’t dare to communicate, and I didn’t have much to communicate with. Except at work as a manager, where the role expected it. Through the therapy process and my studies, I have made friends with the same mindset in my life. And most importantly, after many years, I searched for my father’s family, where I found my father, 2 sisters, their children, companions, my father’s companion. I have a family, which I didn’t have and didn’t think I needed, work was more important.
  • A companion has come into my life through the therapy process that I would never have been ready for before. Our outlook on life is similar, we support each other’s deeper development, our closeness is something that was only in books.

If a person who has no life, no relationships, and is professionally burnt out, finds his professional passion, inspiring people come into his life, family comes into his life, he is full of life energy, then I needed no other proof. My life has changed 180 degrees during this therapy process. I’ve gone into the depths and found so much potential and treasure there that I would never have thought of before. And the outside world has begun to reflect this.

With a degree in engineering and a degree in social sciences, I love science. With this experience, I also love life alive – a life where nothing stops us from choosing to be happy.

I work as a management trainer and I am a holistic regression therapist practitioner, in the final stage of my training before obtaining my certificate.

How much will it cost and where will it take place?

Therapy session prices depend on the therapist’s experience and background in working with people. Obviously, the cost of a session of therapy is important, but the most important thing, in my view, is the change that therapy brings to people. As my prices also change over time as my experience grows, please contact me for a price . Also, the price depends on whether it is a single session or a holistic quartet.

I conduct therapy sessions in Tallinn, mostly at the Holistics Institute (Endla 15).

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