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Kristine's Story

My mother died of ovarian cancer...

...and it profoundly changed my life. Over the last few weeks of her life she found this incredibly peaceful space, she was so calm and serene and she radiated so much love. She was amazing to be around. I vowed then that I was going to find a way to find that place without having been given a death sentence first.

So began my journey . . . . .

I began reading everything I could get my hands on about death and dying, life after death, near death experiences, past lives, communication from the other side, hypnosis, etc. I became almost obsessed with personal growth seminars and emotional release workshops (I had A LOT of emotional baggage to clean up) and I also began volunteering for Hospice.

After being in the mainstream medical field for 15 years I knew that I needed to get into something more holistic. When I found Massage Therapy I KNEW immediately that this was what I was supposed to be doing. I also KNEW that it was just a stepping stone to something else but I didn’t know what.

10 years after my mother died, I was attending a personal growth workshop and during an emotional release process, I experienced an amazing opening and my mother began communicating with me.

And what she told me…. is a whole story of its own (see “Communication from the other side” below). In the middle of all of this I was led, first to hypnotherapy and then, to the specialty field of Regression Therapy.

Kristine Morton

And so today. . . . . . . . . . .

I am  a Certified Regression Therapist, specializing in Current Life Age Regression, Past Life Soul Regression and Between Lives Soul Regression. I am passionate about this work and am so honored to be able to assist others to find their own answers inside of themselves.

Personally, the Regression work has changed everything for me. Having access to some of my past lives and that space between lives, I now know who I am, why I am here and what I came here to do.  I understand the significance of the sweet relationships in my life and….the really difficult ones.  I understand why I chose this challenging body and have gotten the answers to so many questions.  I  have gotten to reunite with loved ones who have crossed over and I no longer have a fear of death.  Death is an illusion.

This work allows us to know ourselves on much deeper, multidimensional levels and gives us a much more expanded view of ourselves and the world around us. Most of us are looking at the world with blinders on. (see “To be in the world but not of it” ) We used to have to spend years and thousands of dollars in traditional psychotherapy only to scrape off the surface.

Regression Therapy is some of the most powerful work I have found in that it enables us to go within, directly to the root cause of our issues and offers the opportunity for releasing those issues quickly, safely and affordably.... providing the opportunity for rapid personal growth.

It is with great honor and humility that I facilitate this sacred work.

To contact Kristine for your free, no-obligation consultation or to schedule an appointment, Call 303-960-5970, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Communications from the other side

My brother Dave never seem totally comfortable in the family. He started pulling away from us at an early age. He and my father had a really hard time getting along. As an adult, he got to the point where he really didn’t want anything to do with the family. I never understood what that was all about.

Before my mother died she took me aside and told me there would be a letter for my brother in a safe deposit box and I was to make sure he got it, when the time was right. I asked her how I would know when the time was right and she said, “you will know, you will just know.”

10 years after my mother died I was in Florida attending a personal growth workshop and during an emotional release process my mother began talking to me and what she told me was...

NOW was the time for my brother to get the letter. And she also told me that when she and my father were young, they had gotten divorced for a year. She got involved with another man, got pregnant, he left her, she called my father in the phone one day, crying, told him she was pregnant and didn’t know what to do. He told her he still loved her and wanted her back and would raise this child as his own. This child was my brother, Dave.

Now, imagine me going to my father (who had the key to the safe deposit box) and telling him that mom was talking to me and I knew the whole story.

All of this was VERY upsetting to my father. He didn’t understand how my mother could be talking to me and he said he could not give my brother the letter because he had made a death bed vow not to release this information unless there was a terminal illness or something where Dave needed to know who his biological father was. However, my mother was being very persistent. When my father stalled, I told him if he didn’t tell him that I would! This made my father EXTREMELY angry with me. He told me I had no right...

I had to do some deep soul searching and finally realized he was right, this was NOT MY ISSUE. This was between my mother, my father and my brother. I was just the messenger.

I told my father that I would not say anything for now but mom didn’t have the courage to tell him before she left and you may wait too long and something my happen to you. Then he has to hear this from his sister! Is that the way you want him to hear it?

Not long after, my father sat down and told Dave about the circumstances around his birth and gave him the letter. This was a time of great healing for my brother and for the whole family. It answered so many questions and he started coming back to the family. We started seeing him at family gatherings and at the holidays again. And then...he was diagnosed with cancer and two years later he died.

You see...my mother KNEW what was coming and that he needed that information back then, because if he had gotten the information at the time of his diagnosis, it would have pushed him further away from the family and as it was we were all able to be there with him in the end.