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Try reincarnation therapy
リインカネーション・セラピー(前世治療)を試せ
■ Chronic illness? No cure? Try reincarnation therapy
(慢性病?治療不可?前世治療を試せ) 
[ Kerala News & India News ]
http://news.newkerala.com/india-news/?action=fullnews&id=43374

[Health India]: Kathmandu, Nov 19
それは、今現在のあなたが悩んでいる苦痛や慢性病を治癒する
為に、過去の生活をかいま見る事を必要とするセラピーである。
72歳のオランダ人サイコセラピスト(心理療法士)の 
Pieter Langedijk は、彼が「リインカネーション・セラピー」
(映画や物語りで表現される内容で満ちあふれている)
と呼ぶ治療を実施する為、ヨーロッパからアジアへ飛行機で
飛んでいる。

アイントホーフェンのフィリップス研究所の元化学研究者である
彼は、臨床心理学および超自然科学を学ぶ為、夜学校と大学に
通った。しかしリインカネーションについては懐疑的なものなど
一切見つけられなかったという。彼は次のように言っている。

「人々は、しばしば原因不明の苦痛によって苦しめられる。」
「これらは通常、過去世に関連する問題である。彼らが過去の
ある時点に戻った場合、数年間に渡って彼らを苦しめてきた
苦痛は、30分程度で治癒される。」

中略

多くの人々がリインカネーション(輪廻転生)の理論を嘲り笑って
いる事を、その心理療法士は特に思い悩んだりはしない。

彼はひとり静かに次のように言っている。
「多分それはファンタジーなのだ。しかし助けにはなっている。」
「私は過去世を心のハードディスクの入り口であるところの
フロッピーディスクと同じモノとして考えている。」


Pieter Langedijk Institute
http://www.pieterlangedijk.nl/
殺害されたジョン・マック教授の研究分野と非常に近い内容。
http://conspiracy.exblog.jp/1102051/
またエドガー・ケイシーとも重なる。面白いというより危険領域。



newkerala.com



KATHMANDU (Indo-Asian News Service) - It is a therapy that involves taking a peep into your previous life to cure chronic illnesses and pains plaguing you now.

Pieter Langedijk, a 72-year-old Dutch psychotherapist, flies from Europe to Asia to practise what he calls as reincarnation therapy -- stuff that could well be meant for films and fiction.

The former chemist at a Philips laboratory in Eindhoven who attended night school and university to study clinical psychology and the paranormal sciences finds nothing incredulous about it.

"People often suffer from pains which have no apparent cause," he says. "These are usually problems associated with their past lives. When they are taken back there, the pain dogging them for years is cured in half an hour."

Like the 50-year-old woman who he says came to him with the complaint of a terrible pain in her right leg.

"Doctor," said the distressed woman, "sometimes I lose use of my leg. I feel I have become a cripple."

"Did you ever have any accident?" he asked her. "Never," she replied.

So he decided to take her back to her past life. It's a combination of hypnotism and relaxation. He intones commands and goes on repeating them, inducing drowsiness. The heartbeat slows down, the brain starts producing slow waves and the patient is open to suggestions.

He asks the patient to see "pictures" and clicks his fingers. The patient sits up straight.

"I am lying on the floor of a hovel," she says dreamily. "I feel younger but am unable to move."

Then she goes into convulsions. "Someone is trying to strangle me," she cries. And the mystery of the strange pain is solved.

"In a past life, she was the 20-year-old crippled daughter of poor parents who could not look after her and had her killed," says Langedijk. "After her moment of fear, she told me she was in a beautiful place with sunshine around her. I commanded her to go back there and imbibe the cosmic energy for healing. And she was cured."

It does not bother the psychotherapist that many people scoff at theories of reincarnation.

"Perhaps it is fantasy but it helps," he says serenely. "I regard past lives as a floppy disk that is the entrance to the hard drive of mind."

Often, he says, incidents from previous life are borne out by hard facts, like in the case of the young teacher who suffered excruciating stomach pain.

Under trance, he went back to 1942 when he was a Roman priest being beaten to death by a Nazi soldier in a concentration camp.

"Three weeks later," Langedijk says, "he went to a border town he had never been to before. Yet he recognised the church there immediately and an old photograph hanging on the wall. The resident priest said it was an old monk killed by the Nazis. Then he looked again at the young man and said, 'Why, you could be his son.'"

Langedijk has practised his reincarnation therapy on himself too.

He says he has been a priest in different cultures. Now on his fourth trip to Nepal, where he has also been holding psychotherapy sessions, he says he had been a priest in a Nepalese town.

His Nepalese acquaintances identified the town from his description as a village 40 km away from Kathmandu.

Langedijk has written 35 books but they are all in Dutch. Five have been translated into English but are yet to be published.

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