Hi! I am thrilled to have found this site! I have worked with adults on a regular basis as a Past Life Regression Therapist & Hypnotherapist. I trully believe in the healing powers of PLR. This site has confirmed to me that an experience with my son is what I believed it to be and has happened to many other children! About 2 years ago, my then 5 year old son, straigt out of the blue said "When I lived with my other mommy my name was Mountain Climber." This astounded me. We were driving in the car and we live in an area of majestic bluffs. He was looking out the windows at the bluffs. Now, I have never worked with children in PLR and did not talk to the kids about what I do. They have just never been interested! I have done basic relaxation techniques at bedtime with my son, which never proved to be very successfull. He has an EXTREMELY active mind, which brings me to the topic of this post. He has displayed "ADHD" behaviors since he was little. I have such a HUGE problem with the overuse of that catch all phrase for every misbehavior in a child. I have fought this "diagnosis" for years and have tried herbs, diet, sleep, discipline, rewards......you name it. I am still holding out on the medication. We have had a few meetings now with a "team" at school to discuss his behavior. He is an extremely intelligent and verbal little boy. His behavior is constantly disruptive to his class, however, and in some cases dangerous. I could go on and on here. I have spoken with many, many people about this, researched as much as I possibly can. One of the themes that continually come up is how we expect kids, especially, boys to sit in the school setting. In past times these same boys often did not begin school until a much later age, having worked on the farms/land, and even farther back, having come from a hunter/gatherer type setting. Boys/men were praised for their strength, speed, warrior like qualities. Now we want them to sit still for hours on end. It is clear to me with my son's past life memory that he was an active person, "Mountain Climber" would lend one to believe this! I wonder about the connection and I wonder about effective past life recall/ regression therapy in dealing with "socially unacceptable" behaviors now associated with ADHD? His behavior is not a result of a "dysfunctional household", abuse, violence in our home or any of the other things often blamed. His sister, coming from the same house THRIVES in school and the teachers tell me they can't believe that they are siblings! If anyone has thoughts, experience or input into this I would love to hear it. I would love to research and work with this more in depth!