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Hypnotist -Specializing in Past Life Regression & Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Date of Birth:
June 24th 1988
What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis, also referred to as hypnotherapy or hypnotic suggestion, is a trance-like state in which you have heightened focus and concentration. Hypnosis is usually done with the help of a therapist using verbal repetition and mental images. When you're under hypnosis, you usually feel calm and relaxed, and are more open to suggestions.
Hypnosis can be used to help you gain control over undesired behaviors or to help you cope better with anxiety or pain. It's important to know that although you're more open to suggestion during hypnosis, you don't lose control over your behavior.
Why is it done?
Hypnotherapy can be an effective method for coping with stress and anxiety. In particular, hypnosis can reduce stress and anxiety before a medical procedure, such as a breast biopsy.
Hypnosis has been studied for other conditions, including:
Pain control. Hypnosis may help with pain due to burns, cancer, childbirth, irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, temporomandibular joint problems, dental procedures and headaches.
Hot flashes. Hypnosis may relieve symptoms of hot flashes associated with menopause.
Behavior change. Hypnosis has been used with some success in the treatment of insomnia, bed-wetting, smoking, and overeating.
Cancer treatment side effects. Hypnosis has been used to ease side effects related to chemotherapy or radiation treatment.
Mental health conditions. Hypnosis may help treat symptoms of anxiety, phobias and post-traumatic stress.
What you can expect
Your therapist will explain the process of hypnosis and review your treatment goals. Then the therapist will typically talk in a gentle, soothing tone and describe images that create a sense of relaxation, security and well-being.
When you're in a receptive state, the therapist will suggest ways for you to achieve your goals, such as reducing pain or eliminating cravings to smoke. The therapist may also help you visualize vivid, meaningful mental images of yourself accomplishing your goals.
When the session is over, either you are able to bring yourself out of hypnosis or your therapist helps you end your state of relaxation.
Contrary to how hypnosis is sometimes portrayed in movies or on television, you don't lose control over your behavior while under hypnosis. Also, you generally remain aware of and remember what happens during hypnosis.
You may eventually be able to practice self-hypnosis, in which you induce a state of hypnosis in yourself. You can use this skill as needed — for instance, after a chemotherapy session.
What it is Past Life Regression?
-Past life regression is a therapeutic technique that is used to theorize that memories from one’s past lives can be revealed through hypnosis. The reflection of the memories has been said to have been found in various mediums such as dreams, hypnotic states, and near-death experiences. Past lifetime regression has been historically practiced as a tool for uncovering hidden issues for those who are not able or willing to access their memory consciously.
Past life regression therapy is a type of psychotherapy in which a therapist helps a client to remember a previous life. Most people who have this experience have been eased into the topic by the therapist encouraging them to think about their childhood and early adulthood in their present life, and then work through any traumatic memories that may have remained dormant from that time. It is believed that when working through these memories, some people will then be able to remember past lives or other things from the past.
This article explains what past life regression therapy is and how it can help people in therapy. Many people who undergo past life regression therapy like to examine what has happened in their lives and why they feel the way they do about certain things. This can provide an outlet for them to understand themselves on a deeper level, which is sometimes all it takes to make some changes in their life.
When someone participates in this kind of therapy, they often recall details from their past that they had previously forgotten. Many people who have experienced this say it can be a liberating experience to literally discover things about themselves that they never knew before, and realize why they may have been feeling the way they do or behaving in certain ways in life.
Benefits Of Past Life Regression Therapy
The benefits of past life regression therapy are extensive. It can help us to understand our childhood experiences, our current life, our relationships, and ourselves better. For example, if you have an event in your childhood that still affects you now, past life regression therapy can be a beneficial way to work through the trauma.
Even if the benefits are not immediate, it is often seen as a worthwhile experience for people to try at least once. If it has any benefits whatsoever for someone then it’s worth trying.
The benefits of past life regression therapy can extend into adulthood, though it is most commonly used with children. Particularly to work through the trauma that may have taken place during their early years.
There are also many general benefits of past life regression therapy, like-
A better understanding of your early years-
The opportunity to resolve issues that may have affected you back then
Healing time from past events
Receiving emotional balance
How Does It Work?
Some of the most common reasons a therapist might recommend past life regression therapy. To recover from a major loss from the present or recent past. One that is still affecting your daily life and making it difficult for you to move forward. Past life regression may also help you with troubling memories from your childhood that have roots in trauma. That can lead to anxiety, depression, and even suicidal thoughts.
The therapist will start out by encouraging you to think about your past in detail. From there, they might ask you to recall one specific event from the past and provide all sorts of details surrounding it. It’s important to note that this is not a guided meditation. These are questions the therapist will ask you during progressive relaxation exercises. In order to guide you to a place of calm and openness.
You might discover you had a person in your life who helped to change your personality traits for the better. Or you might find out you were once bullied and didn’t know how to deal with the situation at hand. You may not be able to remember every detail of what happened to you that caused changes in your personality. But it’s nice to be able to open that time of your life up again and allow yourself the opportunity to heal.
Questions Therapist May Ask?
The therapist might ask you what year it was when that event took place, who else was there with you at that time, what did they look like or how did they behave? They might also ask about the weather, what you were wearing, if there were any smells in the air, if the sun was out or if it was cloudy, what animals were around you?
The therapist might also ask about your health at that time compared to now. They may ask how old you are in this memory, are you getting through the experience all right on that day? Do any illnesses or injuries affect your daily life then compared to now? This can be helpful in showing people how far they’ve come since that time, and if there are things about the past life they’d like to change or accept.
Some therapists might ask you to fully assume the personality traits of this person if it’s someone you knew closely. While this may sound frightening at first, many people who have tried it say that they found this experience comforting and reassuring.
This experience might also help you come to terms with some deep-rooted issues from childhood. If there is a memory you have about something that happened to you during your early years, you might be able to see it in a new light. You can have a better understanding of why you may have thought, felt, or reacted the way you did back then – which can help with your daily life today. Some people who try this therapy find that they’re able to resolve issues from their past they didn’t think would ever go away.
How Long Does It Take?
Past life regression sessions typically last between 45 and 60 minutes. It can be helpful to have a list of questions ready in case the therapist doesn’t ask anything during this time. When you know what you want to talk about, it can be easier for your therapist to direct you in that way. As a patient’s response will vary depending on the depths of the trauma they experienced and the degree of feeling associated with it. Some patients may feel that the trauma they experienced in a past life is not a problem in their current lifetime.
It’s typical for the therapist to actually lead you through the past life regression session. When you want to come back to the present day, they’ll ask you if there is anything else about your past that concerns you and whether or not you’re ready to move on from this memory in particular.
People who believe in reincarnation might also have experiences in which they remember being someone else in their early years. Sometimes people think they were an animal at one time in their life, or that they were a mythological creature like a mermaid – something that children are especially fascinated with. The experience of past life regression has been found to be a healthy practice by some practitioners because it allows an individual to process and work through traumatic events.
What Does Past Life Regression Therapy Help With?
Past life regression therapy will help with many different things, including understanding your past life. Some people who have done this say that being able to understand why they are the way they are now has helped them come to terms with their current life.
Some people have said that having these types of past life regression sessions has helped them to overcome the fear they felt in certain situations. This is often the case with children who are afraid of someone or something in their early years. Perhaps a sibling or a person who was supposed to be taking care of them.
People also find this type of therapy to be a good way of working through the stress and anxiety they may have been feeling for some time.
One of the most common issues that people experience with past life regression therapy is anxiety.
This type of therapy may be helpful in terms of overcoming many different emotional issues, including anger and irritability, depression, or feelings of isolation.
When someone has experienced a traumatic event during their childhood they often develop anger or resentment that they may carry with them into adulthood.
If someone has experienced an event that has caused them to feel resentful towards their parents. For example, they might want to work through those feelings in order to make peace with these family members.
Depression is another common issue for people who go through past life regression therapy.
People with depression may feel confused about why they are feeling this way, or even experience a period in which their depression worsens. This can be extremely challenging for individual who is struggling to deal with the depression they are facing. By being able to understand what has led them to be in this mental state it can be helpful towards overcoming it and feeling better.
There are many different reasons why people feel isolated from other people, and this often results in loneliness. This is a very painful thing to experience, especially for those who do not really know why they feel the way they do about life. Past life regression therapy can offer some insight into why these feelings may have developed, which can help the individual come to terms with them.
The opportunity for healing is another benefit of past life regression therapy. This allows people to look back on their life and connect with certain parts of them they may not really understand otherwise.
Many people involved in this type of therapy have found it to be extremely beneficial, and find that they make great progress in overcoming any problems they may have.
Risks Of Past Life Regression Therapy
The risks of past life regression therapy are minor. As long as the therapist you choose is genuinely concerned with your well-being, there shouldn’t be any serious risks in trying this treatment. Also, if you’re working to resolve issues that may have affected you when you were younger. It’s important to make sure you’re ready for such an experience.
Taking The Time To Heal
One of the main risks in past life regression is that it takes a lot of time for some people to go through the process. For instance, if you have a lot of memories from your early years, then going back and forth through these memories can be a long process. Even if you have one particular memory that matters the most. It could still take a lot of time to go through this experience just once.