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    hej avalon-community,

    my very first thread here and i got some question about regression hypnosis

    i realy had some weird things happen to me when i was very young ( taken like scenarios) i can only remember to have beeings in my room that want to take me with them and grab me out of my bed this happend pretty often, like a bad nightmare that came again and again for years... but this werent dreams for me
    often i was in fear to go to sleep, once i knew they come to take me i climbed out of my stockbed running to my parents sleepingroom but i got paralysed in the floor that was the only time i realy could do something.

    im not able to remember more details

    the funny thing is im into these topics since the 90s but i never tought about a regression on myself, maybe its just fear to see things that happend.


    someone here got experience with this topic? and whats your point do you think its worth it? how was it for you? did u regret to have done it?


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    Hello Seehas! I share your same curiosities...I am sorry I don't have answers to offer you but more questions of my own.

    Hmm...I'd really like to go through with regression therapy. But who to trust and who to go to? I have tried "self" regression therapy but it was very....How to say...I think I needed a guide. It didn't work very well, I think.

    Recently, I've had similar experiences to you - but never as clear as feeling as someone is taking me away. But I've felt the 'fear' or uneasiness of falling asleep. And I have definitely experience a feeling of been 'watched' and not definitely alone as well as seen weird play of lights in my room -- which sometimes I feel like I had JUST missed out on something/someone been there. If that makes sense...

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    A competent regressionist will teach you methods of self hypnosis for you to use in the future. The first few times out though you really need someone to guide you. A hypnotist only guides you into hypnosis--into state-- you do the actual hypnotizing. But the guide is necessary to help you achieve a deep in=state. Some are fast, medium and slow methods and it varies with each person what works best for them.

    I can't be shocked into hypnosis like some can. Neither can someone take a half hour putting me in state. If it takes more than two to seven minutes their going to lose me because I get bored. Explain the situation in full to them, so you have a goal and the hypnotist can guide you to a place where you can have recall of these events, SAFELY, and you are in control. If you find one of a alternative nature they can actually take you out of body so you can see what is occurring using a practice called Ultra Height. . There' is a numerous methods employed so it depends on what occurs as every session is different. You can even ID and remove negative influences and go back in time to re-view circumstances that occurred in childhood. You're subconscious will know don't worry.

    If you have never been hypnotized don't expect a sudden change in consciousness you really don't have one although a thing called the critical barrier breaks down allowing you to know sub conscious information. Even if you dont' feel hypnotized and most people don't unless they go way into anesthesia state, or amnesia state, you are able to navigate through this things and still have all the recall.

    After the first couple sessions you can typically get back into regressive state yourself.

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    I too am in the same dilemma. The thing with a hypnotic regression for this is that it can feel quite traumatic, but generally if you can experience the intense emotions, accept them, and move on, it will do wonders for you, because the trauma associated with these encounters are already lodged in your subconscious.

    Generally speaking, alien beings who encounter humans are not here to cause us any harm or anything, but we are so traumatised by them because the events that take place with them are so far out of what we have been mentally programmed to perceive as possible. If you were approached by a man in the streets with grey, dolphin like skin and big black eyes, you would probably run for your life and have nightmares about it for years, and this man could have been as gentle as the dalai lama. The key word to your/our healing and development regarding this is the word 'acceptance'. Accepting that these beings are very different, and being comfortable with that is huge.

    If you find yourself looking at different humans i.e blacks, whites, asians or different animals and find yourself ridiculing them because of their differences (most of us do this in some way) then that is the first thing to work on. When we can learn to praise people for their differences and feel good around them, then we won't be so traumatised with alien encounters.

    Just about everyone who has reached this level of acceptance regarding their encounters has reported an increase in feeling psychic, more loving and just becoming much more spiritually in tune with everything.......

    Good luck
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    I went to a hypnotist specialising in past life regression about a month ago and I found he couldn't put me under, it was as if I was too aware and conscious of where I was and what was happening to fall into a deep enough mind state. I've heard this is more common than I originally thought.. Has anyone here had a similar experience?

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    Quote Posted by DoubleHelix (here)
    I went to a hypnotist specialising in past life regression about a month ago and I found he couldn't put me under, it was as if I was too aware and conscious of where I was and what was happening to fall into a deep enough mind state. I've heard this is more common than I originally thought.. Has anyone here had a similar experience?
    A lot of that has to do with not being comfortable in the environment with a stranger. My girlfriend was very difficult to be placed under during her session with a professional in her office (I was watching) but I was able to put her under much easier when we were at home.
    People are so scared to believe in anything, for fear of being fooled, that they end up being fooled in to not believing.

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    A competent regressionist will teach you methods of self hypnosis for you to use in the future. The first few times out though you really need someone to guide you. A hypnotist only guides you into hypnosis--into state-- you do the actual hypnotizing. But the guide is necessary to help you achieve a deep in=state. Some are fast, medium and slow methods and it varies with each person what works best for them.

    I can't be shocked into hypnosis like some can. Neither can someone take a half hour putting me in state. If it takes more than two to seven minutes their going to lose me because I get bored. Explain the situation in full to them, so you have a goal and the hypnotist can guide you to a place where you can have recall of these events, SAFELY, and you are in control. If you find one of a alternative nature they can actually take you out of body so you can see what is occurring using a practice called Ultra Height. . There' is a numerous methods employed so it depends on what occurs as every session is different. You can even ID and remove negative influences and go back in time to re-view circumstances that occurred in childhood. You're subconscious will know don't worry.

    If you have never been hypnotized don't expect a sudden change in consciousness you really don't have one although a thing called the critical barrier breaks down allowing you to know sub conscious information. Even if you dont' feel hypnotized and most people don't unless they go way into anesthesia state, or amnesia state, you are able to navigate through this things and still have all the recall.

    After the first couple sessions you can typically get back into regressive state yourself.
    Once I got into the meditation, I did it all on my own. I did things like remain in this conscious world like that of a 2 week old child. For about 3 weeks straight. I could not remember people's names, words, objects and I had the emotional shift speed of change of a 2 week old child. meaning I could not be stable for more than 5 minutes at a time. What a ride.

    Then I went back to the womb and then pre-birth, to soul inclusion and then..well..conscious joining to your higher self can be quite strenuous, at best.
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    Hm very interesting.

    It did enter my mind that perhaps I would be a hard one to put under hypnosis. But how to judge when your only guide (or experience) is youtube? Hilarious right...On this note, can anyone suggest some techniques for me to try that have genuinely worked for you?

    Pharoah21, I hope to read your suggestions to this as you sound like you know what you are talking about.

    Also I was wondering something else. What about 'new' souls? My ex boyfriend told me that he once had a reading from a close family friend (possessing psychic ability and the lot) and all he could remember from it was that he was a 'new' soul put on this Earth and was destined to rule or had the qualities for a great leader.

    Now, just to give you guys a little feel of him...His had a very tough childhood; was forced to believe in a religion (Jehovah's Witnesses) he never really believed in and ridiculed by his peers for it - and other reasons. He also had it tough in the family because his other brothers and sisters were of a different father (his the youngest). In his teens he dropped out of school and got in the circle of drugs and became dealing as well - not to mention his mother grew sour on him and has drinking problems - weighted/blamed a lot of their own personal tragedies on him.

    Has a result, his grown to be (or has I know him) very closed within himself. His a very difficult person and will always carry this burden of his childhood...in a sense his a very dark person. Hate easily consumes him.

    Said that - he isn't a horrible person because obviously I did fall in love with him (I think I will always) and did the see a beautiful person under all that hurt...but his instability and me not been able to cope with that was our downfall.

    There is a lot of talk about souls and karma and coming on Earth each time to cleanse off the karma and whatnot... So his journey as an apparent 'new soul', to do with the SHOCK of living here and the learning process? You all following?

    But then again. how do you know if you are a 'new soul'...and this inability to fall under hypnosis could it have anything to do with that?

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    Hello Seehas
    I recently went to a regression hynotherapist who was trained by Delores Cannon. Are you familiar with her books? Here is the link to Kerry's interview with Delores Cannon: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihH0L_bffAA

    Delores Cannon has written many great books about her experiences with her clients in their sessions.....and she trains people her technique all over the world. I went to one of her students - only 2 or 3 people in Canada who have done her training. She has a unique technique apparently.

    The woman I went to is about an hour from me. I live in Western Canada and my sister found this gal for me. She was very thoughtful and explained everything. We were in touch via email and I forwarded numerous questions I wanted to ask days before I went to the session. When I arrived we talked for about 2 hours before we went into the session. My "intuitive self" said, "she's okay". Here is her website:
    http://bodysoulapothecary.com/past-life-regression - Years ago I went on stage to try to be hypnotized by a man named Reveen but he asked me to leave the stage because my "resistance" was just too strong.

    This time I was ready. Meditated and prayed days before, thoughtfully approached the questions. Went into a cleansing ceremony the day before I went there. I was in this session for 8 hours this past Monday! And, it's taken until today (Friday) for me to feel 'okay'. I just felt totally exhausted. And, she warned me this may happen because it depends on how much 'healing' work you request. I am still "in the process" if you will and am curious how it will all unfold.

    Just wanted to share my experience with you. I hope this is helpful!
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    Would love to do a regression hypnosis, maybe get some answers.

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    Something to take into consideration with regards to hypnosis:

    Here are the words from a very old oral tradition echoed to the ears of an apprentice to the Gypsy tradition (Pierre Derlon, Voyage au delà du Mental):

    Quote “Never in my life have I ever used hypnosis as my masters constantly repeated to me that what destroys Man’s will, destroys Man. Hypnosis destroys consciousness of motion and therefore massacres personality. For hypnosis is to a man’s brain what drug is to his body: a poison which, by killing his will, enslaves his soul into only perceiving lies.

    “The difference between drugs and mental disciplines is that drugs kill; whereas, whichever ascetic discipline chosen, it strengthens/empowers. Man is prisoner of drugs, he is the master of the disciplines he subjects his body to in order to free his spirit from the gangue he is prisoner of.

    "Man is ignorant of the fact that he is both a machine as well as its mechanics. He distances himself from nature and resorts to artifice. Artifice slowly kills him."
    How to do it without hypnosis and/or Carmody's kind of determination?

    Here is a site one can start from.

    http://web.archive.org/web/201102081...xrevealed.com/

    Do read what the guy has to say... and you may realize that it's hypnosis that creates and maintains the skull dwelling zombies also known as sheeples.
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    Quote Posted by BCBlueJay (here)
    Hello Seehas
    I recently went to a regression hynotherapist who was trained by Delores Cannon.
    Hey BlueJay, fan of birds are we? The hypno i saw was also trained by Dalores Cannon.. Seems she gets around

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    First of all people if you are going to use hypnosis to bring out regressed memories, go to a legit hypnotherapist with psychology training, the reason your mind is preventing you from accessing the information is because of the potential trauma it could or may cause you. YOU NEED A GUIDE to keep you mentally safe.

    Now if you want to do past life regression again get to know a good hypnotherapist, your Doctor could be a good person to talk to about who they refer patient to for hypnosis, happens a lot more than you think. With past life regression it is often not as glamorous as you may wish it to be, after all we can't all be Princes and Kings if you know what I mean. However the one most gratifying point about a true past life regression is the realisation that it does not all end with Death... this can be one of the most profound ways of helping patients with terminal illness in helping them come to terms with ceasing in this life.

    As far as a therapist not being able to put you under, well in actual fact it is you that is performing the induction to the state of hypnosis not the therapist, they are only guiding you. In most cases if hypnosis can't be achieved it is due to fear or miss trust between therapist and patient.

    I hope that this answers some of your questions. I have been a qualified hypnotherapist since the early 90's and only do referral work from doctors or other health workers. I have done past life regression for HIV patients who found it most helpful, also children with specific fears and recurring nightmares etc.

    Oh and by the way if you do decide to do hypnosis ask the therapist to record the sessions for you, he or she should not have a problem with this at all. Most people are amazed that over an hour has passed in the blink of an eye, but the tape is proof of the pudding you might say.

    I am more than happy to try to answer any Q's but sensible ones please.

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    Hey Flasky, you may find some answers to your questions in phillipbbg's response.

    Also another potential reason for people struggling to go under is what they eat before the session. Think of hypnosis like sleep for now. If before you go to bed, you eat some steak, french fries, and a coke, you would feel tired and lethargic, but you would definitely struggle to sleep that night. The reason being is that your stomach is working hard to break down all the food, and it's almost like trying to go to sleep in the middle of exercise. That's why in many indigenous cultures it's considered taboo to eat a meal after the sun goes down, because it makes sleep harder. The same goes with hypnosis, because it is not all too different from sleep, your body needs to be well rested and peaceful to be able to go under. The same goes with astral travel, meditation, channeling etc. Eat lightly on the days (maybe even the day before) you plan such activities, fruit, veggies, etc. All that good stuff that your body likes.

    In regards to the whole 'new soul' thing, time does not really exist in the spiritual dimensions. You could have had 75 previous human lives and still be a new soul. The reason for this is you are not called a new soul because of the amount of lives you've lived, but because of the amount of lessons you've learned. This is why it is important to apply yourself to spiritual learning. If you really dedicated yourself to it all, you could be considered an old soul in the next life. Also, if it is your first time as a human, you'll see yourself in different form during a regression, i.e, aliens etc.
    People are so scared to believe in anything, for fear of being fooled, that they end up being fooled in to not believing.

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    It doesn't need to be traumatic, there's a means of stepping you away from the emotional part so its less traumatic and easier to be expressed. I agree that its necessary to expereince them in some fashion, otherwise there's no point in doing them. Get the trauma out and when you go back you don't have anything to flinch from.

    Quote Posted by pharoah21 (here)
    I too am in the same dilemma. The thing with a hypnotic regression for this is that it can feel quite traumatic, but generally if you can experience the intense emotions, accept them, and move on, it will do wonders for you, because the trauma associated with these encounters are already lodged in your subconscious.

    Generally speaking, alien beings who encounter humans are not here to cause us any harm or anything, but we are so traumatised by them because the events that take place with them are so far out of what we have been mentally programmed to perceive as possible. If you were approached by a man in the streets with grey, dolphin like skin and big black eyes, you would probably run for your life and have nightmares about it for years, and this man could have been as gentle as the dalai lama. The key word to your/our healing and development regarding this is the word 'acceptance'. Accepting that these beings are very different, and being comfortable with that is huge.

    If you find yourself looking at different humans i.e blacks, whites, asians or different animals and find yourself ridiculing them because of their differences (most of us do this in some way) then that is the first thing to work on. When we can learn to praise people for their differences and feel good around them, then we won't be so traumatised with alien encounters.

    Just about everyone who has reached this level of acceptance regarding their encounters has reported an increase in feeling psychic, more loving and just becoming much more spiritually in tune with everything.......

    Good luck

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    regression hypnosis-Trance.

    im a hypnotist. i can say its in many cases verry good to have a patient regressed to the issue one may have in life.

    your mind absorbs all that happens around you. nothing is ever forgotten.

    what happens in many cases im working on like this. is that its like your inner mind shield you from alot of painful memmories that it sees an threat to your persona. or decides what you can handle at the present time in your life.

    but with regression i still find it baffeling how clear of an image of a event in their life. and the way i regress is that i get him-her down into somnambulance . and regress them first to a the happyest event in their life first. to build up a start point and endpoint. and to make the patient see the "past" more vivedly . and vivedly it is :D

    and then i kinda speak to the inner mind, not "you" i dont care about you and your issues :D and what you think is the problem or your "solutions"

    to establish if you as a persona can handle example an abduction, bad behaviour from parents, teatchers, uncles, priests, and so on.

    like with heavyweight humans, many of these have verry creative mind to "protect" themselves like this. if they have emotial deep scars, and memmory blocked. then the inner mind is giving you thoughts to get fat to not get example raped, beaten again. its like the mind thinks " ok no one will abuse you if you are fat/big, then you are not pretty or desirable" and then its mission is complete. and you as a person dont have priviledge no more to recognise this as the reson of being fat.

    just one example

    but if i get a positive responce i will let the person also get to watch and remmember each journy and each whole-life experience (if they regress to another life-past-race-animal whatever. many wierd ones :D

    but hypnotists in my experiences do know of these things, and thats why most lay a ground of a happy moment in life. then its just when i count to 3 and not before i will snap my fingers and you are out of this place. snap, then bring em to happy place

    but i sense no danger in regression, not so far, only happy humans that suddennly wake up and smiling

    if you have issues about this life and stuff you wanna remmember, its ussually no worryes to get a cleryfication of your memmories. and "re-live" that experience.

    it may if there are spectators that they will react to that the patient suddenly makes noises, jumps around, gets red, crys, yells, and looooots more. even change tone of voice. but this is nothing to worry about. my personal thought so far is that these emotions really heals and changes the human

    so do not run and shake one under trance if they start yelling when re-experience their lets say abduction since its that kinda forum hehe

    so even if the experience is negative its then even more emportant to re-live it and cry and then work on it with a new perspective and much clearer insight becouse you just relived it a sec ago with the knowledge you have now lets say 20years later. im trying to study and learn how to "talk to your past child" , then you set up a conversation in the hypnosis between the grown up patioent and child one, then have the adult one tell the child that everything is gonna be ok. to me this seems like a logical aproach to solving issues humans may have from child experiences that arent as vividly clear as they was when young.

    but overall i say if you trust a person that is a hypnotist, try it out. i doubt highy that you will regrett it . mby you even can get to ask to visit a former life and remmember that too its quite fun

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    One one hand I see mass hypnosis used daily that is harmful. Mind damaging. In media, in every place.

    On the other hand we enter hypnotic states daily, hourly, without even realizing so I'm not sure how that can be construed damaging. When I drive my car long distances or ride on a horse for a long time i enter a sort of hypnotic state. Road trance is just that. There's your hypnotic state. Its a natural state for people to enter into and from POV , a hypnotist that understands that I'm are just setting the conditions to allow a natural process to occur , I can't really see how it is damaging unless the facilitator themselves is less than well intentioned. I just guide things so that a naturally occurring state becomes more productive.

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    Quote Posted by Amzer Zo (here)
    Something to take into consideration with regards to hypnosis:

    Here are the words from a very old oral tradition echoed to the ears of an apprentice to the Gypsy tradition (Pierre Derlon, Voyage au delà du Mental):

    Quote “Never in my life have I ever used hypnosis as my masters constantly repeated to me that what destroys Man’s will, destroys Man. Hypnosis destroys consciousness of motion and therefore massacres personality. For hypnosis is to a man’s brain what drug is to his body: a poison which, by killing his will, enslaves his soul into only perceiving lies.

    “The difference between drugs and mental disciplines is that drugs kill; whereas, whichever ascetic discipline chosen, it strengthens/empowers. Man is prisoner of drugs, he is the master of the disciplines he subjects his body to in order to free his spirit from the gangue he is prisoner of.

    "Man is ignorant of the fact that he is both a machine as well as its mechanics. He distances himself from nature and resorts to artifice. Artifice slowly kills him."
    How to do it without hypnosis and/or Carmody's kind of determination?

    Here is a site one can start from.

    http://www.matrixrevealed.com./

    Do read what the guy has to say... and you may realize that it's hypnosis that creates and maintains the skull dwelling zombies also known as sheeples.


    waves o/

    kremt * what aload of bull**** :D

    you know nothing of trance and hypnosis and yet you can direct ppl here to these sites were alot of Bs is writte. by humans that never experience this and just have opinions.

    what you speak of may be the closest to "waking-hypnosis". but even that you as a individual can wake from that. but yet i bet you all still sit and watch your precious TV :D and even build your home around it

    im sorry but true "hypnosis" (wouldnt even call it that, but hey) is a form of trance where you have to "agree" to enter. tbh a hypnotherapist is nothing more but a guide for you. i never even try anymore and hypnotise humans that are reluctant or have fear. fear like this. becouse they wont enter deep enough state without alOT of work. wont achive sonmabulance or deeper when you wont agree to the contract.

    fear and ignorance. the wanting to belive to know whats really going on. i call it ego

    fear of the unknown.

    namaste

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    Quote Posted by 9eagle9 (here)
    One one hand I see mass hypnosis used daily that is harmful. Mind damaging. In media, in every place.

    On the other hand we enter hypnotic states daily, hourly, without even realizing so I'm not sure how that can be construed damaging. When I drive my car long distances or ride on a horse for a long time i enter a sort of hypnotic state. Road trance is just that. There's your hypnotic state. Its a natural state for people to enter into and from POV , a hypnotist that understands that I'm are just setting the conditions to allow a natural process to occur , I can't really see how it is damaging unless the facilitator themselves is less than well intentioned. I just guide things so that a naturally occurring state becomes more productive.
    hello :D

    oh you are so right on the money

    mass suggestion, just relly read up on nazi germany. your see the open mass hypnosiss in its rawest form.

    but yeah your tv and all is mass suggestions, espsially loud noice fast followed by lower voice. then your critical factor isbypassed and the suggestion is freely to program straight into your brain. its relly easy really

    you even use trance hypnosis on your friends without even knowing it. when you put emotion to words, then assossiate it to life. and humans ussually start with a loud hello or attention seeking notion that baffeles you and stops you from thinking of what you just where thinking of, and if friend fires in his story fast enough without stop, its straight into your subconcious as fact and assossiation to emotion. bang you are "hypnotised" .

    see the logic ?

    you are so right when you speak of driving, that is a trance state where your inner mind takes control and lets you drift off into your "ego thoughts" daydreaming and so on.

    i say again a hypnotist can do really wonders for you as a individual. ive seen small miracels and its quite fun

    but ofc it as anything can be used to negative and to your own agenda. but thats on you. i would never ever go against an individuals will (if its not as aprty trick to make him/her bark when i say banana :D )

    i meen have fun with it

    namaste
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    Hey Flasky, you may find some answers to your questions in phillipbbg's response.

    Also another potential reason for people struggling to go under is what they eat before the session. Think of hypnosis like sleep for now. If before you go to bed, you eat some steak, french fries, and a coke, you would feel tired and lethargic, but you would definitely struggle to sleep that night. The reason being is that your stomach is working hard to break down all the food, and it's almost like trying to go to sleep in the middle of exercise. That's why in many indigenous cultures it's considered taboo to eat a meal after the sun goes down, because it makes sleep harder. The same goes with hypnosis, because it is not all too different from sleep, your body needs to be well rested and peaceful to be able to go under. The same goes with astral travel, meditation, channeling etc. Eat lightly on the days (maybe even the day before) you plan such activities, fruit, veggies, etc. All that good stuff that your body likes.

    In regards to the whole 'new soul' thing, time does not really exist in the spiritual dimensions. You could have had 75 previous human lives and still be a new soul. The reason for this is you are not called a new soul because of the amount of lives you've lived, but because of the amount of lessons you've learned. This is why it is important to apply yourself to spiritual learning. If you really dedicated yourself to it all, you could be considered an old soul in the next life. Also, if it is your first time as a human, you'll see yourself in different form during a regression, i.e, aliens etc.
    Very true about eating, well said. Your next point about time not really existing is true also, one of the strangest regressions I have done was to another life in the Future... it was an interesting session to say the least when both the patient and myself realised the time line... we decided to come back to this time line, easier on the mind. More spiritual learning required on both our parts at the time.

    There are also 32 measurable levels of hypnosis , many of us are dipping in and out all the time, as mentioned in other comments. For anyone interested it is when your conscious mind is occupied with a task such as driving and your are day dreaming (the day dreaming is the subconscious mind working, if you are aware of this you are in a level of hypnosis)

    Another great time to self heal is when you first are waking in the morning, try not to actually wake up but hold that state of total comfort but awareness, this is one of the most powerful forms of hypnosis, many great things can be achieved in this time. It is also a great example of what it feels like to be in a hypnotic state, aware , comfortable but not really caring about anything in particular.

    A little tip if you can think of a colour such as green and make it into mist to breath in first thing in the morning it will energise you for the day. The more you think about it the more it works for you day after day. And if you try not to think about it it will work even more for you.

    Have fun

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