Amy says she's stopped having night terrors.

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Dr. Weiss says Amy's reoccurring dream reflects a constant, overwhelming fear of losing her children. "I think the dream is someone coming in—because it's a faceless man—coming in to take her away again. She died in that ancient lifetime, and here he's coming to take her away again."

Since her session with Dr. Weiss, Amy says she hasn't had another night terror. "I have had actual normal, happy dreams. I've never had those. ... I feel free of it," she says. "One thing that Dr. Weiss said to me that I think is what I took from it [is] that it can be part fantasy. You go to this previous life, and you find things that you need healing for in this life."
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FROM: Overcoming Lifelong Fears in 30 Minutes: Does Past-Life Regression Work?
Published on June 24, 2008
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