Alternative therapies continue to gain popularity as an option to improve emotional and physical well-being in a mindful and natural way. These practices include, but are not limited to, past life regression, Tameana, Reiki, biodecoding, and access panels.
Speaking to ANB, Gladys, a holistic therapist from Bariloche, emphasized the importance of these therapies for those seeking to expand spiritually. “It is very important to work on our spiritual side; without paying attention to our emotions, mind and body, it is difficult to understand life and achieve happiness in harmony,” he commented.
Past life regressions allow you to access memories and experiences from previous lives through the subconscious. It is argued that current traumas and problems may have roots in past lives, and remembering these moments can help heal the present. This technique is performed through hypnosis, helping the patient access memories in the subconscious.
On the other hand, Tameana is an energy therapy that works with the vibrations of the body to release emotional and physical blockages. He uses creative visualization and meditation to achieve balance and harmony of body and mind, working with each person’s unique vibrational frequency.
Access bars, a technique that involves gentle stimulation of 32 points on the scalp, releases the energy of experiences and beliefs, calms the nervous system and improves sleep, among other benefits.
Gladys emphasized that these treatments do not replace traditional medicine, but rather complement other forms of treatment.. Although they are not generally accepted by the medical community, their proponents claim their effectiveness in treating disorders such as stress, anxiety, depression and chronic pain.
Proponents of past life regression argue that accessing these memories can release trauma stored in the subconscious, while Tameana focuses on vibrational balance and access panels release energy to improve quality of life.
However, universal assessment of the effectiveness of these treatments is difficult due to the lack of scientific consensus. Despite this, more and more people are incorporating them into their self-care routine and reporting significant changes.
Gladys is a holistic therapist from Bariloche and a holistic psychology technician. It is dedicated to promoting healing in this spiritual and emotional realm in combination with traditional and allopathic treatments.
“My personal life experiences today motivated me to become a therapist. At the age of 25 I got leukemia for the first time, and the second time at the age of 35. The second time I thought I was dying. My life has been marked by experiences, not just illness – which have led me to explore, study, first apply certain methods on myself and then apply them to others. It came out without the intention of being one of them, I started doing it with friends and family and they started sending people to me, until recently I stopped a long-term business to dedicate myself to this and I feel like that’s what I came into this world,” the therapist concluded.