Fear of expression

Client Profile:

  • Name: Karthik (name changed)
  • Age: 32+
  • Profession: Film Editor in Tamil movie industry
  • Language: Tamil
  • Hypnotizability Score: 7/10
  • Eye Roll Test: 2/5
  • Sensory Dominance: Primary Kinesthetic, Secondary Visual

Emotional and Behavioral Observations:

  1. Affection vs Distance: Struggles with vulnerability and intimacy.
  2. Career and Self-Expression: Difficulty in conveying thoughts and feelings, impacting professional self-expression.
  3. Family Dynamics: Strained relationships with parents, guilt related to father’s stroke, communication barriers.
  4. Personal Feelings: Low confidence, fear of loneliness, suppression of emotions, discomfort with affection.
  5. Emotional Distress: Physical symptoms linked to emotional states, such as chest congestion.

Therapy Focus:

  • Addressing fear of expression, enhancing confidence, managing sadness.

  • Improving emotional expression, family relationships, and resilience.

  • Session Overview:

    1. Session 1: Client assessment, history taking, focusing on emotional and psychological challenges.
    2. Session 2:Concentrated on happy memories, emotional releases related to past events and friendships.
    3. Session 3:Reframing techniques related to family dynamics, specifically mother’s perspective, and spiritual release exercises.
    4. Session 4:Past Life Regression (PLR) to explore subconscious memories and their impact on current life challenges, followed by integration for healing and understanding.

Therapist: Are you in this body or in a different one?

Client: In a different body.

Therapist: What’s happening there now? Observe and tell us.

Client: I’m not sure if it’s a dog or a fox; it’s hanging from a tree.

Therapist: How do you feel there?

Client: I’m looking down from above.

Therapist: Anyone else around you? Look around.

Client: I can’t turn back.

Therapist: So, do you feel stuck there?

Client: My body is shaking.

Therapist: Do you know which body you’re in or its age?

Client: I don’t know.

Therapist: Look at the foot. What do you see?

Client: It’s the foot of an elder.

Therapist: Just one foot? Look down, what are you wearing?

Therapist: “3 2 1, let’s clearly see now, tell me.”

Client: “No.”

Therapist: “Have you finished looking?”

Client: “Can’t do it.”

Therapist: “Let’s see how you got to this place. I’ll count down from 3 to 1. What were you doing before this? Let’s go back. 3 2 1.”

Client: “I’m sitting on a stone, can’t see myself, around 40 years old.Not sure about the dress.”

Therapist: “What are you wearing? What’s below?”

Client: “Nothing, feels like a forest dweller.”

Therapist: “Same color as earlier?”

Client: “No, feet are different, face another color, body black.”

Therapist: “Black body!”

Client: “Face is a different [white] color.”

Therapist: “What else do you feel? Are you around 40?”

Client: “Looking for something.”

Therapist: “Searching?”

Client: “I’ve eaten.”

Therapist: “What’s happening here, who is around you?”

Client: “No one, just the forest.”

Client: “Looking for something.”

Therapist: “Searching?”

Client: “I’ve eaten.”

Therapist: “Tell me, what’s important here, who’s around?”

Client: “Nobody, just the forest.”

Client: “Only the forest,”

Client: “Nobody.”

Therapist: “Why?”

Client: “Wearing something on the head.”

Client: “I have a beard, sitting and thinking, just staring downwards.”

Therapist: “What’s happening around?”

Client: “Nothing, just looking down.”

Therapist: “We’ll move to the next significant event to understand the fear … 3 2 1, Let’s look clearly.”

Client: “I see someone like me.”

Therapist: “Someone like you?”

Client: “Eyes were very big…”

Therapist: “Big eyes?”

Client: “They were much larger than me.”

Therapist: “Are they calling you?”

Client: “Can’t see them clearly.”

Therapist: “But you haven’t gone yet?”

Client: “No.”

Therapist: “So, you haven’t gone to the pond?”

Client: “No.”

Therapist: "It seems you’re feeling lost. Now, relax your forehead, breathe deeply, let’s calmly observe this scene again. We’ll now move to the phase of your childhood.

Client: “Hmm.”

Therapist: “Let’s see how you were as a child. I’m counting from 5 to 1, and we’ll explore a significant moment from your childhood. 5… Keep breathing… 4… 3… 2… 1…”

Client: “It’s my face I see.”

Therapist: “Your face? But we’re not going to your childhood yet. You’re in a body similar to now.”

Client: “Yes, but in that childhood phase, I see my face.”

Therapist: “Okay, we’ll go to that place in your childhood then. You’re there now. Try to feel and understand your surroundings.”

Client: “It’s them.”

Therapist: “What’s happening around you?”

Client: “I’m just waiting, looking at something.”

Therapist: “How old are you?”

Client: “Maybe around ten or eleven years old. I’m looking at something, waiting for something.”

Therapist: “Are you now living in the forest?”

Client: “Yes, I’m in a tree.”

Therapist: “You’re in a tree!”

Client: “I’m sitting in a tree, watching something.”

Therapist: “Who’s around you?”

Client: “Everyone is hiding around here and there.”

Therapist: “Hiding?”

Client: “Yes.”

Therapist: “What are you doing?”

Client: “I’m sitting in the tree.”

Therapist: “Are you hiding too?”

Client: “Yes, I am hiding too.”

Therapist: “What’s happening?”

Client: “I’m just watching something, waiting.”

Therapist: “Waiting? Let’s see why you’re waiting there. 3… 2… 1… Go to that moment.”

Client: “I’m searching for food.”

Therapist: “Aha.”

Client: “Searching for food.”

Therapist: “Searching for food, okay. Let’s see what’s important about this moment you’re describing.”

Client: "No, this is the last day I remember…

Therapist: “Oh no, okay. Relax, we can relax and look into it, relax.”

Client: “I was holding a stick.”

Therapist: “Yes.”

Client: “I placed it silently.”

Therapist: “You placed it without making a sound, hmm.”

Client: “A white animal is running.”

Therapist: “Okay.”

Client: “Everyone was waiting for it, and they hit it.”

Therapist: "Yes."Client: “But it kept running. My stick fell on it, but it ran away. I jumped and ran after it… I was the one who hit it.”

Therapist: “Great. Relax, we need to relax and see, be relaxed to view it. Relax, relax your forehead, breathe in and out, inhale and exhale.”

Client: “I disappeared.”

Therapist: “You disappeared?”

Client: “I don’t know.”

Therapist: “What’s happening?”

Client: “I don’t know where I am.”

Therapist: “Okay.”

Client: “I’ve left everything behind… there’s nothing…”

Therapist: “Yes.”

Client: “There’s no one, only me.”

Therapist: “Your friends were hiding, what did they do?”

Client: “I haven’t seen anyone.”

Therapist: “You’ve grown old.”

Client: "My age is

Therapist: “Okay, so let’s move a bit ahead from here, where you were with your friends, to that time.”

Client: yes

Therapist: “Let’s see what you were doing there.”

Client: yes

Therapist: “From 5 to 1, I’m moving ahead, and you’ll go to the time where you were with your friends and other people, to that specific memory. Inhale deeply… 4 3 2 1.”

Client: “There’s fire.”

Therapist: breath deepinly float above and witness “Your age?”

Client: “7 years old.”

Therapist: “7 years old!”

Client: “I’m burning my hand in the fire.”

Therapist: “Okay. Do you feel cold?”

Client: “Yes, there are elders.”

Therapist: “Okay, your age?”

Client: “7 years old.”

Therapist: “7 years old.”

Client: “I’m burning my hand in the fire.”

Therapist: “Okay. Do you feel cold?”

Client: “Yes, there are elders.”

Therapist: “There’s an elder. Are your friends there? Are your friends calling you, saying something?”

Client: “…”

Therapist: “How do you feel being here?”

Client: “I follow whatever the elder does and says.”

Therapist: “He’s giving some instructions. What is he instructing?”

Client: “About the fire… It’s getting colder nearby.”

Therapist: “What are your friends doing?”

Client: “They are there, but they’re not talking.”

Therapist: “Is the elder speaking?”

Client: “No.”

Therapist: “Do you feel any emotions here?”

Client: “No, I don’t understand anything; everyone is just doing what he does.”

Therapist: “But you’re not feeling alone?”

Client: “No, I feel like everyone is here.”

Therapist: “Where is your mother, your father?”

Client: “I don’t know who my parents are; there are many people…”

Therapist: “Let’s go to where your parents might be.”

Client: “I’m already there; I see my mother, but I don’t know who she is.”

Therapist: “What is your mother wearing? Is she dressed like you?”

Client: “No one is wearing clothes.”

Therapist: “It’s very cold. How is your mother taking care of you?”

Client: She’s holding something in her hand."

Therapist: “What do you feel thinking about your mother?”

Client: “…………”

Therapist: “Now you feel something; think of your mother, what does it feel like?”

Client: “I’m not sure.”

Therapist: “Feels like I belong there.”

Therapist: “With her, the elder, your friends, okay. Now forget about the current scenario and tell me, in this life, do you recognize this mother, feel anything about her?”

Client: “…”

Therapist: “No, okay.”

Therapist: “You don’t see but feel, how do they feel?”

Client: “Guru.”

Therapist: “Who is this ‘Guru’?”

Client: “Everyone says that.”

Therapist: “In this life, think and tell me, who is this elder person, Kumaresan, to you?”

Client: “I can’t see.”

Therapist: “So even when you try to feel, there’s no one there?”

Client: “yes”

Therapist: “You said you’re calling out for a Guru, do you have a voice? Can you speak?”

Client: “No.”

Therapist: “So, you have a language then?”

Client: “No.”

Therapist: “But you mentioned ‘Guru’.”

Client: “I know him, he’s the one guiding me.”

Therapist: “Okay, so… let’s see how you are with your friends and Guru, and what your relationship with them is like. Let’s go to your death experience in this life.”

Client: “yes”

Therapist: “We’ll move to the moment of death.”

Client: “Let’s go.”

Therapist: “Now we’ll proceed to your last scene in this life. 5 4 3 2 1… What do you feel? What’s your last scene?”

Client: “I’m lying down.”

Therapist: “You’re lying down, what age might you be, 60?”

Client: "yes

Therapist: “Who’s around you?”

Client: “No one.”

Therapist: “No one! What’s happening to you?”

Client: “I can’t move, I’m lying down.”

Therapist: “What’s wrong with your body, try to understand.”

Client: “There’s no problem.”

Therapist: “But you’re in the scene of death.”

Client: “No problem.”

Therapist: “Don’t you understand the moment of dying?”

Client: “Don’t understand.”

Therapist: “Let’s see what happens next in the death scene.”

Client: “My thigh bone is breaking.”

Therapist: “Thigh bone breaking!”

Client: “…”

Therapist: “Okay, your neck is breaking.”

Client: “…”

Therapist: Okay, you can’t do anything.? "Hmm Hmm okay Hmm Relax, breathe deeply, look at this scene from above, a fox is biting you.

Client: “It’s biting.”

Therapist: “Where is it biting?”

Client: “[Low voice]”

Therapist: “Okay, okay, okay, relax, breathe deeply, let’s look at this scene from above, it’s in the past, it’s over, what’s happening, it’s finished.”

Client: yes

Therapist: “Prepare to leave your body, 3 2 1.”

Therapist: “As you leave your body, observe where you are now, perceive this state without a physical form.”

Client: “Nothing.”

Therapist: “Absolutely nothing?”

Client: yes

Therapist: “Any light?”

Client: “No, I can’t see anything.”

Therapist: “Nothing at all! Look around, see if there’s any form of energy, light, or a higher power. Feel or see anything remarkable in this state without a body.”

Client: "yes

Therapist: “See any energy, form, or light?”

Client: “Where?”

Therapist: “Wherever that higher power or energy is, go there from this formless state, ascending towards it. It could be light or a feeling.”

Client: “Feels like I’m leaving.”

Therapist: “Leaving the body now?”

Client: yes

Therapist: “Now you’re leaving, transitioning from the bodyless state.”


Therapist: “Gently leave the body, 3 2 1.”

Therapist: “Your soul is leaving your body, and as you leave, you remember your past. What memories are coming up as you leave your physical form?”

Client: “There were unresolved issues.”

Therapist: “Unresolved issues, what kind of unresolved issues? Please share.”

Client: “Relationship issues.”

Therapist: “Relationship issues. Can you describe what kind of relationship issues you’re remembering from your past?”

Client: “I had to confront my friends.”

Therapist: “You had to confront your friends. What did you need to confront them about?”

Client: “I had to confront my guru.”

Therapist: “You needed to confront your guru. What was the reason? Can you tell me more?”

Client: “I had to confront my guru because I couldn’t do something correctly.”

Therapist: “You couldn’t do something correctly. Can you remember what it was?”

Client: “I couldn’t speak properly.”

Therapist: “You couldn’t speak properly. Was your guru upset with you?”

Client: “No, he was understanding.”

Therapist: “He was understanding. That’s good. So, as you leave your body, you’re thinking about these unresolved issues from your past. How are you feeling about them now?”

Client: “I feel it’s better than this life.”

Therapist: “You feel it’s better than this life. In this state, do you feel relieved or at peace?”

Client: “Yes, I feel relieved.”

Therapist: “Relieved and at peace. That’s wonderful. You’re in a state of relief and peace. Anything else you’d like to share or explore in this state?”

Client: “No, I can’t explain it correctly.”

Therapist: “That’s alright. The important thing is how you feel. You’re in a state of relief and peace, and that’s a positive experience. You can continue to explore this state or simply enjoy the peace. Is there anything else you’d like to do in this state?”

Client: “No, I’m fine.”

Therapist: “Alright, you can continue to experience this relief and peace. If you ever want to return or explore anything further, just let me know. You’re in a safe and peaceful state.”

Therapist: “I understand that you’re experiencing a hazy sensation and that it’s causing some discomfort. It’s like a foggy feeling, and you mentioned not fully comprehending it. Let’s continue exploring this together. Imagine that you’re observing your body from a distance, as if you’ve stepped outside of it. What do you see as you look at your body from this distant perspective?”

Client: [Pause] “Hmm…”

Therapist: “Take your time. Describe what you see as you look at your body from afar.”

Client: “I see a hazy image of my body.”

Therapist: “A hazy image, I see. Now, imagine that this haze is slowly dissipating. As it clears, what becomes more visible?”

Client: “My body is becoming clearer, but it still looks different.”

Therapist: “Different in what way? Can you explain the changes you’re observing?”

Client: “It’s as if my body is slowly transforming, like it’s merging with something.”

Therapist: “Your body is transforming and merging with something. That’s intriguing. How do you feel about this transformation?”

Client: “I feel a mixture of curiosity and uncertainty.”

Therapist: “Curiosity and uncertainty are natural feelings in this situation. As your body continues to transform and merge, do you notice any emotions or sensations associated with it?”

Client: “I feel a sense of intrigue and a bit of apprehension.”

Therapist: “Intrigue and apprehension, that’s understandable. As this transformation continues, is there anything else you’d like to share or explore about it?”

Client: “I’m not sure what to make of it. It’s both fascinating and unsettling.”

Therapist: “It’s completely okay to have mixed feelings about this experience. You can take your time to observe and process it further. If there’s anything specific you’d like to understand or discuss, please feel free to share.”

Client: “I’ll continue observing for now.”

Therapist: “You can continue to observe and explore this experience as long as you’d like. If you have any questions or insights later on, don’t hesitate to let me know. You’re in a safe and supportive space.”

Therapist: “Is there anyone else around?”

Client: “No.”

Therapist: “You mentioned going to Sivan. Ask him why you’ve been given this life. Ask him what you should seek to understand in this important phase of your life. Share your thoughts.”

Client: “There’s no specific reason.”

Therapist: “Is there anything you desire to ask or explore about this life? What do you wish to achieve in this lifetime? Tell me your thoughts.”

Client: “I have no questions. I just want to smile.”

Therapist: “You want to smile, but we can only understand through experience. Tell me, why do people say things that can’t be understood? Why do they say things that can’t be understood?”

Client: [Silent]

Therapist: “Is there anything else you’d like to discuss or share about this?”

Client: “There’s nothing to say.”

Therapist: “Is there a smile?”

Client: “Just a smile.”

Therapist: "It’s just a smile, but we can understand only through experience. Don’t worry, it will be understood. Why do people say things that can’t

be understood? Why do they give a story that can’t be understood?"

Client: […]

Therapist: “That’s also a way.”

Client: “They’ll protect when below.”

Therapist: “They’ll protect when below? What do they protect you from when you’re below?”

Client: “I don’t know.”

Therapist: “You don’t know. So, these memories, they exist in this life. So, in this life, what does Kumaresan say? He says something. When people are crying, unable to express love, unable to speak…”

Client: […]

Therapist: “When people are crying, unable to express love, unable to speak, they’ll come down to protect.”

Client: “They’ll protect when below.”

Therapist: “They’ll protect when below. So, what do you understand from this?”

Client: “They protect. It’s all about protection.”

Therapist: “Protection? So, in this life, they’ll protect you. What do you want to ask them about?”

Client: “I’m just thinking that they’ll protect me.”

Therapist: “You’re thinking that they’ll protect you. So, these thoughts, they are in this life. So, in this life, what does Kumaresan say? He says something. When people are crying, unable to express love, unable to speak…”

Client: […]

Therapist: “When people are crying, unable to express love, unable to speak, they’ll come down to protect.”

Client: “They’ll protect when below.”

Therapist: “They’ll protect when below. What do you understand from this?”

Client: “They protect. It’s all about protection.”

Therapist: “Protection? So, in this life, they’ll protect you. What do you want to ask them about?”

Client: “I’m just thinking that they’ll protect me.”

Therapist: “They thought something when they left without understanding. What do you think they thought about you? What are you thinking inside?”

Client: “They must have thought that I’m going crazy.”

Therapist: “Going crazy? Why do you think they thought that? Did you go crazy, or did you just have difficulty expressing yourself?”

Client: “I don’t know.”

Therapist: “You don’t know. But when you were unable to communicate properly, what were you thinking within yourself?”

Client: “I thought they misunderstood me.”

Therapist: “They misunderstood you? It may have seemed like they misunderstood you, but what’s going on in your mind right now?”

Client: “There’s no truth.”

Therapist: “There’s no truth.”

Client: …

Therapist: “But you’re thinking something inside. What are you thinking inside when you can’t communicate properly? What’s going on in your mind?”

Client: “They must have thought that I’m crazy.”

Therapist: “They must have thought that you’re crazy. But what are you thinking inside when you can’t communicate properly? What’s happening in your mind?”

Client: “I don’t know.”

Therapist: “You don’t know. But when they misunderstood and left, what are you thinking inside? What’s happening in your mind?”

Client: “They must have thought I’m a trouble.”

Therapist: “They must have thought you’re a trouble. This is how it may seem, but what are you thinking inside? What’s in your mind?”

Client: “I’m just thinking they misunderstood me.”

Therapist: “What’s happening inside you? You can understand clearly from 3 to 1.”

3 2 1

Client: “It’s bright inside.”

Therapist: “It’s bright inside??”

Client: “My eyes are closing.”

Therapist: “Your eyes are closing!!! In the dark, right?”

Client: “???”

Therapist: “Close your eyes and tell me what you see.”

Client: “Shoes.”

Therapist: “Shoes! What do you see next?”

Client: “Sandals, colored pants, and…”

Therapist: “Black.”

Client: “Black!! A blazer.”

Therapist: Hmm.

Client: Both men and women, where is the light coming from? Tell me clearly.

Client: There’s an event, and I’m dancing.

Therapist: Hmm??

Client: I’m dancing.

Therapist: You’re dancing. Who else is there, where are you?

Client: There are many people.

Therapist: Many people!!! Who is near you?

Client: I’m alone.

Therapist: Are you alone?

Client: Yes, I came alone.

Therapist: You came alone. So, what place is this, what’s happening here, and who are you supposed to meet? Look at your ID card if there’s one in your wallet and tell me your name.

Client: Actually, I’m a police officer.

Therapist: A police officer, okay.

Client: I don’t understand.

Therapist: Your name should be on your badge below it. Tell me your name on the badge.

Therapist: If it’s not on your badge, is there an ID card with you?

Client: I can’t find it.

Therapist: Okay, I’ll count from 3 to 1, and you try to remember.

3 2 1

Client: I can’t remember.

Therapist: What?

Client: I can’t remember.

Therapist: Who are you looking for?

Client: I can’t remember.

Therapist: Who are you looking for? Go to the next scene. 3 2 1 Who are you looking for?

Client: …

Therapist: okay? From 3 to 1, you’ll clearly understand. Now, 3, close your eyes and calmly visualize it. 2 1 Place the focus on your forehead.

Client: I’m looking for someone.

Therapist: Someone you’re looking for?

Client: Yes, but I can’t find them.

Therapist: Okay, from 3 to 1, I’m asking you what’s happening.

Client: Something went wrong here.

Therapist: Is this dance happening here?

Client: Hmm, but I can’t see clearly.

Therapist: Alright, why are you here? Are you looking for something?

Client: I’m looking for someone.I’m looking for someone, a significant person.

Therapist: A significant person?

Client: When I find this person, I’ll have a big name.

This is a sensational case, a very important case.

Therapist: A significant case?

Client: Yes, if I solve this, I’ll gain a big reputation.

Client: Did I like this, or should I go to that place?

Therapist: Why are you here? Are you looking for something?

Client: yes

Therapist: Now, let’s go to that scene. 3 2 1

Client: Long coat, raincoat.

Therapist: Yes, like what a detective would wear.

Client: And I found him.

Therapist: You found him?

Client: Yes, and he’s offering a lot of money.

Therapist: He’s offering money??

Client: He’s offering a lot of money and telling me to leave.

He’s telling me he’ll give me a lot of money.

Therapist: He’s telling you to leave, what are you thinking?

Client: I think I don’t need the money… I don’t think I should take it.

Therapist: You think you don’t need the money, you think you shouldn’t take it. So when you hear his name, what do you think he’s saying to you?

Client: Sir.

Therapist: Now you have an ID card with you, tell me.

Client: …

Therapist: Let’s see. Where are you now?

Client: I don’t know, there’s a cable…

Therapist: What happened?

Client: They’re checking something.

Therapist: Are they checking you?

Client: I don’t know, they found something and said, "I bought it, so…

Client: …they’re taking a photo of me, what are they doing, why are they taking my photo?

Therapist: Alright, alright, relax, relax, relax yourself.( breath deeply)

Client: I gave him money because of that…

Therapist: So what are you thinking now?

Client: They’re scolding me.

Therapist: alright, alright, what’s happening now?

Therapist: Talking about the village?

Client: Talking about what happened in the village.

Therapist: What happened?

Client: I told them I’ve bought it.

Therapist: You’ve told them you’ve bought it? What are they calling you and what name are they using to address you?

Client: A little girl. So your name, are they calling you a little girl?

Client: A little girl… a little girl… they can’t even look at me…

Client: A little girl, they can’t even… I can’t even imagine how they could call me that…

Therapist: Who is that little girl?

Client: They kidnapped her.

Therapist: They kidnapped her!! So, what’s the connection between that little girl and the kidnapper?

Client: He’s the one who did it.

Therapist: He’s the one who did it! If he’s the one who did it, why did they bring her? Now they’re accusing him.

Therapist: Then…

Therapist: Did they hang him? Alright, now let’s go from 5 to 1, for the future of your child, go and talk to that kid, who is he, what is he doing. Let’s leave everything behind.

Client: yes

Therapist: Now, from 5 to 1, I’m leaving, for your child’s future, we’ll go to the time when he was a child, who is he, what is he doing, we’ll leave everything behind.

Client: I’ve been praying.

Client: Everyone has a sister.

Therapist: Everyone has a sister.

Client: Her name is Sham.

Therapist: Her name is Sham?

Client: My name is Sham.

Therapist: Your name is Sham, and what is the name of that child?

Client: I don’t know, they’re taking the child away from me.

Therapist: They’re taking the child away, okay.

Client: Before that, there was no cloth.

Client: There was nothing before.

Therapist: Look at this child carefully, son. Look closely and tell me, in this life, did you have any relationships like this child, in this birth? To see or to understand!!

Client: No.

Therapist: No understanding, alright.

Client: I don

't know how to say it.

Therapist: 3 2 1

Client: There is another father.

Therapist: You have another father?

Therapist: Does anyone here have a mother and father?

Client: No.

Therapist: So, you attend church?

Client: Yes.

Therapist: Does anyone know anyone? That little child also attends church.

Therapist: How is that little child doing?

Client: She’s doing great.

Therapist: Is she well?

Client: Yes.

Therapist: She seems to be very affectionate towards you.

Client: Everyone is affectionate.

Therapist: Everyone is affectionate. Alright, let’s move on to the next person in this story. When you thought about becoming a police officer, what happened?

Client: Father…

Therapist: Father?

Client: They arrested the father.

Therapist: They arrested the father?

Client: I don’t understand why.

Therapist: You don’t understand!

Client: Everyone is crying, but I don’t know why.

Therapist: Do you recognize this place? This place?

Client: Hall, it looks like somewhere else.

Therapist: Hall.

Client: It looks like somewhere else. What kind of place can this be, what kind of trouble can this place be in this town, in this country?

Client: I don’t know.

Therapist: Do they speak English?

Client: Yes.

Therapist: Even that child?

Client: Everyone.

Therapist: You?

Client: Everyone is the same.

Therapist: Look at the calendar there and tell me, what day is it? What year is it?

Client: I regret it.

Therapist: You regret it. Okay, in this final moment, what’s happening?

Client: I don’t know.

Therapist: Tell me after you remember. Are you conscious, or did you lose consciousness?

Client: I’m not conscious.

Therapist: Not conscious!!

Client: And I don’t like that body.

Therapist: You don’t like it!

Client: Everyone is hitting.

Therapist: Everyone is hitting! When you regain consciousness, look at yourself from above and tell me what you see.

Client: I see a body.

Therapist: You see a body!! Are you far away from it?

Client: Yes.

Therapist: Far away! Tell me how you feel, are you in a hazy state?

Client: It’s hazy, and it feels like I’m floating.

Therapist: Floating! Your body is not here in this place right now, you are in a higher state. Look at this higher state, do you have any divine light or a feeling of peace?

Client: I see a warm, divine light.

Therapist: A warm, divine light! You are in a state of spiritual awakening. In this state, you can see the light, you can feel the presence of the divine. You are now moving towards this divine light.

From 5, I count down to 1.

5… 4… 3… 2… 1…

Slowly, anything you see or feel in this divine state, you can share it with me.

Therapist: can you feel (Unara muditha)? How is this awakening? You can describe the state of your consciousness, how do you feel right now?

.Client: Nothing could be done.

Therapist: It couldn’t be completed. To learn a lesson, you have come into this life.

Client: Yes.

Therapist: Alright, anything else that comes to your mind? From this life, what are you carrying forward?

Client: Honesty.

Therapist: Honesty!! Now, from this life, what are you taking as a lesson? Tell me what lesson you are taking from this life.

Client: I must be honest.

Advised Practices Post-Therapy:

  • ‘Box Breathing’ for anxiety and stress management.
  • Open communication with parents to foster understanding.
  • Journaling for self-reflection and tracking progress.!

A splendid session once again @Krithika_s

I’d have loved to see the Tamil transcript here :slight_smile:
Thanks for translating into English for us.
You can just use the T and C instead of expanding them all the time.

Please use this information to calibrate your suggestions accordingly. Else our client struggles as the Subconscious is literal.

“60” wasn’t necessary. Try to get the material from the client and keep it all open ended.

Honesty is the best policy!
Well done!


Dear Krithika,

Heartiest congratulations on the session. As it gradually built up I could see an adept therapist steering the session with some wonderful suggestions. My feedback, as under, is limited to the translation of session script. My compliments for conducting it in the Vernacular.

Very comprehensively summarized. Would have been great if the THEME could have been shared.

very well done…that’s the order in which we would like for an AMARANTOS PLR session to unfold.

Lets give all the opportunity to the client, for letting us know through the all powerful sub conscious, by keeping our suggestions open ended.

With these inputs we gave these suggestions (as below)…

AND we got these answers (as below)…

so we need a reconsideration of our suggestions.

Good move here :clap:

We endeavour to avoid asking WHY questions for reasons of not calling up the conscious.

You did good stress management at requisite points.

Good paraphrasing here which we consider to employ more and more to effect strong connection of client with past memories being experienced.

May be here we had reached the point in this past life time where client had reached the cross over which came up later as well when client was guided to death experience.

well worded !!

May be this was the apt moment to bring up the suggestion of what is required to be done in this lifetime to resolve the issue of …?

:clap: :clap:

Amazing !!

May be we could have kept the suggestion simpler. Further in one of feedbacks our respected Guru has guided to avoid such suggestion as what if he is a police person in a time when they not used to carry an ID or perhaps the wallet itself !!

The super Sub C gave us a clear response by itself :

We again made the attempt ,(as below) and Got our answer

and another attempt here,

Sometimes we may leave an aspect after a point in time,if relevant the master Sub C will bring it up all by itself. Client: My name is Sham.

Very well with the advices made. May he find the requisite resolutions in the times to come. Do consider taking pain level feedback and may be, subsequently, conduct sessions if both of you arrive at same decision point.


These four words have so profound meaning that can only be understood by blessed and fortunate ones…Amarantanians definitely make the cut !!

Best Regards,

:maple_leaf: :maple_leaf: :maple_leaf:


Thank you for your kind words about the session. I’ll ensure to upload the Tamil transcript, and I appreciate your suggestion to use “T” and “C” instead of therapist and client. Your guidance is invaluable, and I’m dedicated to applying your feedback for continual improvement.
I’ve taken note of your advice on calibrating suggestions for our primary kinesthetic client. Going forward, I’ll strive to keep questions open-ended and extract information directly from the client.


Great work, Krithika! Your case study is really impressive!
As Thomas Jefferson famously said, “Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.” This means that honesty isn’t just a good quality to have, but it’s really important for gaining true wisdom and insight. We’re all lucky to have this understanding. :pray::tada::tada::blush: