Journey of Souls is the title of the first book by Newton, published in 1994, in which he introduced his own technique in the area of "age regression" therapy. It documents the results of his 35 years of interviews of age regression case studies. His patients were originally seeking hypnotherapy as a therapeutic means. Newton describes that during their continuous visits, a great number of his patients regressed beyond this life and passed through the spirit worlds; through ongoing age regression sessions, these subjects have recalled and revealed their past life experiences and their journey through the spirit world.
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