In this session report, the client unexpectedly described a scene that seemed to be in the future, which led to confusion.
Session 5 : Used stress bridges to the significant event related to the root cause of the fear of rejection.
T: What can you see?
T: Is it day or night?
C: It’s sunset time.
T: Is there anyone with you?
C: No.I am watching it alone.
T: Are you in the same body or different body?
C: I am in the same body, a little older. Around 35-40.
T: How are you feeling?
C: I am sad. I am extremely sad.
T: Why do you feel sad?
(She started weeping …Holding her dress, shrinking with pain in the chest)
C: I have lost someone… I have lost someone…
T: Breathe in deeply, up and down, you are safe, come back to the garden…(Confused why she went to the future.)
(Client still continued crying…)
C: I have lost my child!
(Did stress management and calmed her down)
T: Are you feeling okay?
- Has anyone encountered a similar situation where a client seemed to access a future event during regression therapy? How did you handle it?
- What could be the significance of the client accessing a future event in this session? Are there any known therapeutic benefits or explanations for this?
- Are there specific techniques or approaches that can be used to understand and interpret future flashes or events during regression therapy?
- How should the therapist proceed in a case like this, where the client appears to access a future event related to their fear of rejection?