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Types of Psychotherapy

So far, there was only one type of psychotherapy, which was followed by all psychotherapeutic Schools: from the most orthodox to the most recent ones: the psychotherapy of feelings, whose main concern and focus were on people’s feelings. For centuries, we have used this paradigm of treating the feelings of the people who see us in our offices. As a result, we, psychotherapists, placed our attention in what we wanted the person to improve. 

We have always tried to help people improve their feelings, soften their pains, their sorrows, their anger, and their sense of rejection and criticism, wishing that after years and years, with sessions and more sessions of therapy, they would maybe evolve to a higher level of feelings. They would then free themselves and fly away to an ideal place, where the air is pure and where there would be a beautiful landscape with a wider horizon.

Indeed, with the diversity of therapies available, orthodox, modern, traditional and alternative ones, many people have improved their feelings; many have forgiven their oppressors, and many have relieved their emotional sorrows. The survivors could even claim that after years and years of therapy and dozens of sessions, they feel better. They also claim to be having a better life, living in a much more satisfactory way, working better, feeling lighter and happier, to have calmed down their hidden, igneous feelings, and finally to be better socializing with others, even with the people that had hurt them before.  So our mission as psychotherapists is accomplished, and we continue to perform our work, feeling that we are doing everything that is possible to treat our patients; in many cases, we manage to do it.

However, throughout this time our good intentions to cure people’s wounds and heal our own failed, for a very simple reason. The life story that people told us, and also our own life story, are not the real ones; they are fake stories created by a very superficial structure of our personalities: our personae. From childhood, “the persona” has read things and seen the reality around us the way it is capable of, with a superficial vision, a characteristic of its own superficiality, which seems real but it is not. The persona is an illusion we create about ourselves; consequently, our histories are “the illusions of illusions”. These unrealistic stories are the ones we have believed and they have been impregnated in our feelings. So, when we hold a psychotherapeutic treatment, these are the stories we tell our therapists, who also believes in their own illusory stories and, as a result, also believe in our own. Therefore, together we decide to improve the feelings that come along with them. Sometimes we succeed, sometimes we don’t; in other words, we succeed or fail in doing it.

But even when we succeed and people’s feelings soften, calm down, and dissolve, we all fail to solve the core of the problem, because the illusory story remains the same, and it is dragged throughout the entire lifetime.  One day one dies, disincarnates and makes a transition to the spiritual world. Up there, gradually, this person starts remembering the actual story, which is always very different from the one he/she has believed in. Because the real story is the story of the Spirit and we all spend a lifetime believing in the stories of our personae. Even though the stories seemed to be so real, so consistent, they were actually superficial layers of deeper, much more ancient stories; the true stories, the ones that were concealed behind what we call "the illusion of the layer labels”.

More and more people in the western part of our planet have started to reintegrate the concept of reincarnation in their memories. Therefore, with the arrival of the Reincarnationist Psychotherapy, the concept of reincarnation, which once seemed to be only religious, is now part of the psychotherapist’s practice and has become a psychotherapeutic subject. With the introduction of the Reincarnation concept in the psychotherapist’s office, people’ stories began to be questioned. Despite being extremely hard to know our own true stories and the story of the people who come to seek this type of treatment, one thing is for sure: those stories, filled with grief, feelings of rejection, anger, criticism, indignation, are not the real stories of our Spirits, of those personas, and our personae. They are the stories that have been read by us from childhood, and continued to be read in the adolescence, adulthood and, in the vast majority of cases, until old age and the time of death.

Then, our spirits leave our dead bodies to ascend to the Spirit World where, little by little, they get rid of the labels and, consequently, of the personae. While all this happens, we realize we had spent a lifetime believing in something (the version of our lives), in a story that now begins to blur, until it disappears altogether! Down here on earth we were someone’s son or daughter, someone else’s father or mother, we had a name and a last name, a sexual gender, a skin color, and belonged to a race and a nationality. Gradually, in the Spiritual world, we no longer consider ourselves as being part of those labels, we lose them, as if we were in the process of peeling off the layers. At last, what emerges from that? An essence, a dynamic structure that has been called Spirit here on earth. In fact, it is ourselves, our true aspect, the one in which we can find our actual story, which is quite different from that so correct and coherent story we spent decades believing, a story that we told other people, our therapists, and we believed in it, and all other people believed as well.  Everyone spends an entire incarnation accepting stories as true, without realizing that these stories are created by the personae. These personae are temporary layers of temporary labels, which one day will succumb and gradually show the real story up there, in the releasing place.

Let’s set the theory aside for a moment, and move on to practice. When aggregating Reincarnation to psychotherapy, should we analyze our problems, dramas, and sufferings as originated from our childhoods or should we ask why we needed those childhoods? In other words, we can see the childhood as the beginning of life, the beginning of everything, the beginning of the development of feelings, and the creation of our history. We can also see it as a karmic structure, which is co-created by us and by the All (God), based on the Divine Laws of Necessity, Purpose, and Merit, keeping in mind that our childhoods are the continuation of our lives here on earth, which are interrupted at the end of our previous incarnations. Therefore, the stories that emerge from them are invariably ancient, which lie hidden within our unconscious minds. Dr. Freud wisely intuited that the Unconscious should be uncovered and studied. However, his followers did not tag along with him; but now he has started to be followed by us, the so-called "alternative," esoteric" and other not so friendly adjectives, who simply decided to obey the Viennese Master.

The Reincarnationist Psychotherapy, or reincarnation in action in the psychotherapeutic office, is a profound and transformative way to modify thought. It attempts to show that the story of one’s life, the one in which a person has always believed, and we all believe, is nothing more than a temporary story, whose structure is temporary and provisional too. It is the story of the persona, where the ego lies, which reads life from childhood only and believes it is real, but it is only a tiny fragment of a story that is far more ancient, more profound: one’s self story.

It is very challenging to heal a feeling that is aligned to an illusory version, but it is easy to cure any feelings when we help individuals free themselves from their earthly, short-sighted, and temporary visions that belong to their personae, their egos, and we help them find the version, the real one, of their Essences. We should put our feelings and the feelings of the people we treat aside and be aware of the thought, the vision of our life stories from childhood, because it is where we truthfully heal feelings. The illusory vision keeps feelings trapped, while freeing one from it and finding the real vision gradually eliminates feelings, through the understanding that comes from it. It is one thing to believe that we feel hurt by our father or our mother for something they did, another thing is to find out that our Spirit "asked" for that father or mother in an attempt to heal an old, centennial or millennial wound. To heal ourselves, we needed supporting elements in our paths, commonly called "villains" so such wounds would emerge within ourselves. In previous incarnations, we had most likely done something similar, or worse, to those spirits or others. Now the Universal Wisdom awards us with what is called Return, the opportunity for redemption and healing. Besides, it is of course a possibility for us to be meeting in an attempt of redemption between us and the current "villain", originated in another time when the "villain" used to be us.

This is the goal and purpose of the Reincarnationist Psychotherapy, to help people through conversations and regressions led by their mentors, as if it were the Big Screen of the spiritual world. Thus, individuals can understand the reasons why they reincarnated, why they created that childhood, why they “asked” to come, man or woman, rich or poor, the oldest, 2nd, 3rd, or the youngest child. Also, why they needed those father and mother, that race, that skin color, that religion, to incarnate in that country, and why everything that happened in their lives is what their spirits craved and needed, so that, by means of their free will, they can do one of two things: hit or miss.

The Reincarnationist Psychotherapy is a new way of facing and dealing with our evils, not as the old psychotherapies of feelings; instead, as a psychotherapy of thought. Questioning the vision and the version of our personas’ life stories, making them collapse through the issues that Reincarnation brings with it, and helping people find the correct vision of their stories, the vision of their essence, is the modus operandi of this spiritual therapy, the therapy of liberation, here on earth. So, when we get up there, back home, we will not be scared and ashamed when the Big Screen is shown to us.