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Vídeos em Português

Marco André Schwarzstein, moderador da Mesa “Saberes e Tradições”, durante o II Seminário Águas Pela Paz.
II Seminário Águas Pela Paz, realizado em Brasília em 11/1/2018 2018 no Museu Nacional.
Entrevista de Eduardo Chauvet com Marco André Schwarzstein em 2010.
Marco André Schwarzstein, instrutor e coordenador geral do DMP no Brasil/América Latina, apresenta nessa entrevista importantes aspectos de seu trabalho.

Vídeos em Inglês

Ancestors and Spirit Attachments – Roger Woolger Interview Part 1
Part 1 of an interview with Dr Roger Woolger Author of “Other Lives, Other Selves” who talks about his many years working with Regression Therapy.
Ancestors and Spirit Attachments – Roger Woolger Interview Part 2
Part 2 of an interview with Dr Roger Woolger Author of “Other Lives, Other Selves” continues to talk about his many years working with Regression Therapy.
Roger Woolger on Past Lives and Regression Therapy
In a hard to find early interview (2002) Roger talks of his personal journey and how he developed his form of past life therapy (DMP).
Pat Walsh, Deep Memory Process, Part 1
Patricia Walsh, author of Understanding Karmic Complexes: Evolutionary Astrology, introduces DMP and what to expect in a regression session in a very lucid and profound short talk. For more about her work visit: http://www.healthepast.com/.
Pat Walsh, Deep Memory Process, part 2
Part 2 of the Deep Memory Process ‘What to Expect’ video.
Order Patricia’s Astrology, Reincarnation and the Soul Dvds at: http://www.evolutionaryastrology.net/.

Carl Jung’s Red Book – part 1 Interview Roger Woolger
Interview part 1 with Roger Woolger discussing Carl Jung’s creative descent and Red Book. Dr Roger Woolger holds degrees in Psychology, Philosophy.
Carl Jung’s Red Book – part 2 Interview Roger Woolger
Interview part 2 with Roger Woolger discussing Carl Jung’s creative descent related to the publication of Jung’s creative work, the Red Book.
Carl Jung’s Red Book – Part 3 Interview Roger Woolger.

Interview part 3 with Roger Woolger discussing Carl Jung’s creative descent related to the publication of Jung’s creative work, the Red Book.
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