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Inside our subconscious lie our memories from past lives. Though we seldom remember even having lived these past lives, the experiences we had living them have had a hand in shaping who we are today. The effects of a past life can manifest in a later lifetime in many ways - phobias, self-limiting beliefs, physical problems, or innate creative abilities. Violence, death, and trauma in a past life may show up as fear, uncontrollable anger, or low self-esteem in this one, while positive experiences from an earlier lifetime may cause you to feel strongly drawn to certain people, places, or objects without knowing why.

The subject of past lives and the possibility that we may have lived before has fascinated the public and perplexed researchers for generations. The fact is that there are thousands of past-life memories accumulating in the files of therapists worldwide, often mirroring unaccountable symptoms clients report, such as depression, anxiety, and feelings of loss and isolation - symptoms that seem to come out of nowhere, and can be difficult to treat. Could past-life memories offer us a key to unlocking these present-day psychological disturbances?

What is Deep Memory Process? 
Deep Memory Process© (DMP©), is a creative synthesis of present and past life regression work that draws from Freud; Reich; Psychodrama; Jung; Gestalt; Spiritual Psychology and Shamanic Healing.  

Distinguished Oxford scholar and Jungian analyst, Roger Woolger PhD, created Deep Memory Process after publishing his seminal book “Other Lives, Other Selves’ in the mid 1980’s. He has been training professionals in Deep Memory Process since then, and his international training program attracts therapists and healers from all over the world.

Deep Memory Process has transformed the lives of thousands of individuals and changed the way many other perform therapy and healing with their clients. Where many therapies focus mainly on the mental level, DMP transforms body, mind, emotion and spirit simultaneously. The results for clients are profound.  
Deep healing may occur in just a few sessions.  

DMP© can be a valuable therapy. It has been shown to be highly effective in treating post-traumatic and dissociative reactions to catastrophe, violence and all forms of abuse. It is also fully applicable to states of anxiety, depression, phobias, stress, chronic pain/illness, blocked feelings, and childhood trauma, specifically working with present and past life traumatic residues embedded in the physical and subtle bodies. 

Further information can be found at

The Salem Center for Past Life Regression   2 Margin St. Suite 201, Salem MA 01970
​Click on the Contact Us button or call 978-744-3180 for an appointment.
We are located on the second floor of the US Post Office in Salem, MA 01970
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Past Life Regression, as practiced by Susan DameGreene is known as Deep Memory Process© - a practical and highly effective therapy of the soul, which combines active imagination (Jung), body work (Reich), and psychodrama (Moreno) with shamanic/spirit journeying and integration between lifetimes derived from the Tibetan Book of the Dead. 

Susan DameGreene has studied Past Life Regression since 1989 with Roger Woolger, a Jungian Analyst as well as an Oxford trained Psychotherapist who developed this groundbreaking method which is called Deep Memory Process© over his lifetime.She has  completed a 4 module program of coursework in England to be certified as a Deep Memory Process© Practitioner.

For a Past Life Regression session, which is a 2 to 2 1/2 hour first appointment, the fee is $200. Book an appointment - Susan is available for appointments Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM and by appointment on Saturday. Simply click on CONTACT US or call Susan at 978-744-3180. 
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NEW TALK - FREE Intro to Past Life Regression August 13 10 to 11 AM