WHAT IS PAST LIFE REGRESSION HYPNOTHERAPY?
Hypnosis is a state of mind where the conscious, wakeful mind relaxes - temporarily lifting the veil between the present and the past. Intuitive faculties are heightened, higher guidance is more available and it is easier to remember past lives.
All hypnosis is self hypnosis. The pathway to the hypnotic state is within every healthy
individual. The catch is that many people do not know how to access this road deliberately.
This is where the hypnotist enters, much like an expert tour guide!
CAN I BE HYPNOTIZED? WHAT DOES IT FEEL LIKE?
Only a very small percentage of the population cannot be hypnotized; the key factor is your willingness to cooperate. Most people experience hypnosis as a pleasant and normal sensation of deep relaxation. Most of us go in and out of light hypnotic trance every day, i.e. daydreaming or being absorbed in TV or a book.
WHAT IS THE PROCESS?
A PLR session runs 2-2 1/2 hours. We will do an intake to understand more about your intention for the session or the issue you are facing that has brought you to the experience. Then sitting or lying down, we'll use guided imagery to achieve a deep relaxation state. We will regress into a past life of your choosing, and experience several events that took place during the life. After exploring what took place, we will then leave the past life and move into the life review process, in which wise guides are available to reveal your soul's purpose and guide us through a forgiveness process.
Throughout the session, you will always be in control and can awaken yourself from hypnosis at any time. You cannot be hypnotized to do anything you don't want to do or accept any suggestions that go against your ethical/moral codes.
Afterwards, we will have a short period of time in which the memories and life review can integrate.
Depending on the nature of what you experience, you may wish to schedule a follow up session in order to deepen the therapeutic healing. This can include some coaching and Bach Flower mixture in support of the experience.
Some issues require more than 1 session, but can generally be addressed in no more than 2-3 sessions.