Is it necessary that Client will always experience a relevant Life time that resonates with the theme 100% . Does the Therapist has any control in it?

To all Forum members, please share your views
My question is , Is it in the hands of Therapist to navigate a PLR session, Where the client will be able to exactly reach the most relevant Past Life that has connection to the Subject’s identified theme?


In my opinion, it is not at all necessary (or guaranteed) that the client will always experience the theme relevant lifetime. The mind shall have its way.

  1. The theme is decided through a consensus mechanism between the client and the therapist, while the mind is free to go anywhere it wants and report what it wants to report.

  2. Mind is shuttling between conscious and the subconscious, and is rarely in the absolute subconscious zone…

  3. Therapist may try to control it by asking to move to another “relevant” lifetime, but that is as far as the control goes. Also, please note that the tag of relevance resides with the therapist.


Yes momita i have done regression therapy for my some of my frnds and we
select theam first then start our work with them and I got successful
results. They reach at exact point according to their selected theme.


As we learnt in our in-class sessions, the therapist can suggest, however the session can flow totally different than the planned theme. During the session, with it’s natural flow the there could be something else coming up. There could be a time when the client may not experience any past life.


Hi Moumita
My understanding prior to the Amarantos workshop was that relevant life
time will get accessed automatically, Gods Grace.
After the workshop, I understand, the therapist has to give the specific
suggestion " You may go back to that lifetime where the fear of the
mountains started"…if the theme is fear of mountains.
The sub-conscious will directly lead to that particular lifetime.

With Best Regards
Deepak Chakraborty (Atlantis Batch)


Hi Moumita,

The subconscious is the best guide. Many times some events come which may not completely resonate with the theme chosen, but will lead to the source of the theme once they are addressed.

The subconscious knows what is on surface and what has to be understood first before moving ahead.

It is like a patient coming to me for management of Arthritis, but i first manage the patients’ Osteoporosis. Because i understand that its Osteoporosis leading to Arthritis.

The conscious many times cant understand the ways of the subconscious.

But if we just follow the flow whatever comes up, then at the end we are able to connect the dots for a complete healing.

Themes also change while being in the session, and they change only for the highest best.

We do not have to impose any control over the sessions, as it is the session of the clients’ subconscious. The same we can explain to the client beforehand. We just have to follow the flow.

This has been my understanding over this. Hope it helps😊



Thanks for asking Momu, and as promised here’s my reply. Adding to all the answers from Amarantians, I searched for the topic on theme and found this article Stage 8 - Setting a concise Theme for the session
Adding to this you can also read the book “Why me” where I also talk about the non-linearity of cause and effect :blush:

Bottom line… theme finalisation is a prerequisite to start the PLRT process and it can change (read as evolve) as long as it’s the direction of going deeper to the cause, getting refined and distilled.



Good morning Amarantos®,
Yes I agree with Vasundhara ma’am, as she said very crystal and quite

“The subconscious knows what is on surface and what has to be understood
first before moving ahead.”

Might be the answer lies there, I was speaking as a psychologist , might be
a true PLR Therapist has his/ her own experiences ,


Commandant Yogesh Dutta Retd


Good morning,

I believe that the therapist shouldn’t control the subject or individuals
regression passage or process, let it wander as it moves forward, allow the
full freedom to wander at its own will . Remember the first book of Dr
Brian Weiss, when he was into the regression process with Catherine , he
took many sessions many days to able to get the right cause of her
recurring nightmares & chronic anxiety attacks,

So the answer is instead of being at the helm and navigate the PLR session,
it’s better to give the benefit of wandering to the subject or the client
{( I always read Dr Brian Weiss once a while) it’s a book I feel that
whenever I read again I have a feeling that I had missed many cues to
regression therapy},


Commandant Yogesh Dutta Retd


I totally agree with you Deepak sir. But when I read book Throgh time into
healing there had written that in first regression session client always
sees tragedic lifetime. But when we give command to the subconscious mind
according to selected theme as you said fear of mountains :mountain: our
subconscious mind lead the client only to that point. In my opinion because
I have exprienced it in myself and some of my frnds. I worked only on
particular theam.

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