When a patient discovers that the problem they’re dealing with in this life is somehow very like one that they had in one of their past lives there are therapeutic techniques that can be used to effectively process the event and help the patient recover and let it go. This involves helping the patient remember all the details while assuring them they are safe. You help them re-experience the trauma all the way through to the death when they pass on through to the other side.
The client was guided to her inner sanctuary, which happened to be outdoors, and watched, on a surface of a quietly flowing river, the reflection of many past lives that she has lived.
The magic water reflected to her, in the greatest clarity, frame by frame, who she has been before – the soul’s journey.
A loner in a cave; an esoteric meditator; a woman giving birth to a dead baby; a civilian in a war scene, possibly a Jew; a herbalist who was deemed as a witch; a psycho murderer full of rage; a native American woman who had the honour to carry the pipe; a clown being abducted by a powerful man; a singer who gave up singing to be a merchant… And a mistreated elephant!
This article shares a hypnotherapy case story where other people’s projected thought forms and emotions can be released. When an emotion is intense, it becomes “alive” and can be attached to a target body, without this host body knowing what’s going on. Hypnotherapy is very effective in identifying the fragmented thoughts and emotions and, releasing them when the situation is fully understood, and the lessons learned.
The blog post is a hypnotherapy case story telling a woman’s journey from priestess to prostitute to grace, a journey of humanity. My client was a courageous soul to go through it, and to give me permission to write about it. The name used is not the client’s real name…
This is a past life regression case story. It’s a life in the eighteenth century with a lot of surprising turns. The client is a woman, yet the life reviewed is a man’s. Visiting this life in the therapeutic setting resolves the client’s feeling of inadequacy in her relationship.
I felt so “back in time” hours after the hypnosis session with Janet. She has left, and I walked around in the room, looking out of the window, the trees, mountains, passing cars. For a long time, I felt that I was coming from the future, visiting the Earth in 2014, which felt unreal yet a strange sense of fun.
Janet’s description of that future life as John was so vivid that I was surely with “him” in those moments, seeing what he saw, feeling what he felt, smelling what he smelt, and tasting what he tasted.
A hypnotherapist’s office may sound like an odd place to go when what you want is to get better from cysts and a brain tumor.
Yet it was out of a great deal of anxiety, frustration, sadness, embarrassment and depression that Daniela contacted me. She is 35 years old, for 12 years she has had breast cysts. 7 years ago, she started to have a brain tumor. She is currently on medication for the tumor, she has had five biopsies and four surgeries for cysts, and yet doctors can’t explain why this is happening to her, nor do they seem able to stop it regardless of the efforts. Daniela is getting married in five months, and planning to have children right afterwards. There is a sense of urgency in the situation, and she feels it’s time to understand why this is happening to her so that she can do something about it. She came for hypnotherapy sessions for past life regression. In our consultation, we agreed to have three sessions to start with. Later on, Daniela came for two more sessions.
My curiosity of the phenomenon of multiple personalities, “exorcism” and thought form release led me to this book. Ralph Allison, a psychiatrist starting practicing in 1972, a pioneer treating multiple personality disorder patients and a daring soul, wrote this quite interesting case history book. Can you imagine a middle class, crew-cut, straight, Board-certified psychiatrist conducts exorcism? He had the courage to stand up to his professional peers when they threatened to throw him off of a hospital staff because he dared use unconventional therapy techniques such as hypnosis, now a major instrument of cure for many persons with MPD.
Who needs “protection” from the world when you have connection with it? Deep connection comes from the willingness to be the authentic you, even it’s “imperfect”. The sense of worthiness doesn’t come from you being perfect according to your thoughts. It comes from you being okay, even though there is part of you wating to hide, to be on exhile. When you own it, and be okay with it, you are authentic. Herein lies our freedom – from the power of vulnerability.