Enneagram Personality Types
Life Between Lives (LBL) Regression Therapy
4 Elements Interwoven
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Thompson Falls, MT 59873
The following comments have been offered
anonymously by clients who have worked deeply with all 4 Elements that make up Full Spectrum Psychotherapy. Their statements
give a brief glimpse into the courage and rewards of this work.
"About a year and a half ago I was
at the end of my spiritual and emotional rope. I had tried everything I could find in the previous years: any
new book that came out, any group that someone had had success with, and therapy of any ilk that promised even momentary relief.
I'd read, soaked, inhaled, viewed, discussed, traveled, and researched till I couldn't stand the word 'hope'. I'd gotten
to the point that I couldn't leave my house. The place where I work is full of people who genuinely care for me, and
the task I do is one of joy and fulfillment; but I could no longer even decide what to wear to leave the house.
at this time that one of my co-workers recommended
Diane Morrin as someone to talk to. I've done counseling off and
on for over thirty years; through divorce, deaths, and tragedies of many kinds. I thought, "sure, one more band-aid,
why not?" Hope had truly become a four-letter word.
Talk therapy was as usual and I felt better as I had a dozen
times before, but knew it would eventually ebb and I'dsoon find myself drowning again. Diane introduced
me to the Enneagram, a personality-typing tool, that made certain decisions that loomed before me more understandable and
possible. One more thing to put on the list of "well I could try this....I guess."
Diane recommended meditation,
something I'd tried off and on throughout my life with varying degrees of success. This was actually the first step
to reclaiming my life from the mire that I swam through daily. I now believe any type of prayer session would suffice.
Then Diane asked me to try a relaxation and hypnotic technique known as
Life Between Lives Regression Therapy. I was dubious
at best and put off agreeing for quite some time. When the misery was finally great enough I agreed, but my expectations
were not high and truthfully I just didn't care anymore.
The first session was a complete surprise. It was a foray
into an existence that I had been longing for but could not name. I regressed into the life before this one and after
death moved to what I can best describe as an alternate plane. There I found souls that I have known through lives eternal.
The love and acceptance was all encompassing
I've since read books and spoken to others whose experiences
mirror my own. Initially, it seemed important to validate what had moved my life so dramatically. Now,
I've seen so much and learned truths that have expanded my choices. Life has not gotten easier. I'm not professing
that this experience will make you happier, healthier, or wealthier, but it will make you wiser to the way things really are.
Life simply began to make sense. Nothing had changed and yet everything has changed. The pace of life has not
slowed; it just seems that I am more in sync with it. I am sure for the first time that everything is happening so I
can learn many of my lessons this time around. The biggest change is I am no longer being "done to". The need
for lack of victim hood has been explained to me many times but this is the first time that it is simply the way it is.
It just belongs to me. I wish you well in your search."
"The story of my life....WOW!!!!
The charmed princess wakes up one day to realize that things are not so charming: she finds herself in a long term marriage
without love, companionship, or even respect. She gave up her profession to run a household and care for husband and
children. Where she had hoped to find strength and joy she increasingly found despair and detachment. Whatever
happened to "happily ever after" she wonders; and when did the fairytale end?
With Diane's help and thoughtful guidance through the
four key elements of Full Spectrum Psychotherapy (the processing of my life story, the identification of my personality type,
instruction in meditative practice, and regression therapy), I have come back from that low point to experience joy,
peace, and acceptance of who I am.
Through increased emotional, spiritual, mental, and physical awareness I find that
the window is open, the door is open, and the lights are on. I have a better relationship with my children, extended
family, and friends. I handle life situations with more patience, understanding, and compassion. My feelings of
self worth and personal strength have increased dramatically. I am committed to staying on this path to deepen my personal
relationships and contribute to making the world a better place."