From time to time, I am contacted by people who had some “other worldly” experiences, namely experiences with extraterrestrial beings, be it sightings, encounters of all sorts or even abductions.
I found the biggest struggle with these people is not necessarily the experiences themselves – They have survived, obviously, no matter how out of control they felt in those situations – but that they cannot make sense of the experiences. They suffer from the lack of sense-making therefore the inability to share the experiences with others.
One man in his fifties I’ll call Johnny had multiple times of close encounters with those space beings, and he came to see me self-diagnosed as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder…
So here I am, driving the car I was inspired to buy, sitting in a garden of a Spanish-Villa-style house in Oregon, so close to Mt. Shasta, taking a course to end the trance of suffering taught by an enlightened being who I call my teacher, at the perfect address 832 A Street, having paid the course with the newly found cash, feeling how crazy fun all this has been.
A theoretical happiness is a true expression of guilt. Guilt is the worst emotions we humans can have. It is so artificial that you cannot find it in nature. Anger, sadness, nervousness are more natural emotions, but guilt is a cover-up emotion. When the natural emotions are not allowed, we use a worse emotion to cover it up. That’s why even “success” and “happiness” can burden a person. Ridiculous, isn’t it?
As a new Journey into Past Lives workshop is coming up on Saturday, I received a phone call today from someone who said she was interested in taking it.
She presented herself as someone who believed in past life, then continued by saying that her husband was also interested, but he was skeptical. She further said that she also told her mother about it, and her mother warned her by saying past life regression was dangerous. So she called me, asking my opinion.
So, would you join me, this coming Saturday, to find out if you, in a past life, ate tomatoes?
The unconscious mind is called unconscious because in the normal day-to-day life, we are not aware of it.
But it is there.
And the unconscious mind can work in the most interesting ways. Often times, life is like a hide-and-seek game that we play. Part of us already knows everything that we ever need to know to have a fulfilling life that is intended to be. Yet consciously we can’t phrase it, we can’t conceptualize it, or we can’t even seem to be able to grasp it.
Now with this trust – that I already know what I’m searching for, we can make the physical journey, the activities and actions, much more enjoyable, calmer and even fun.
Have you seen the 2016 English-language French-produced computer animated movie The Little Prince yet? – A Little Girl meets an eccentric old Aviator who tells her a fantastic tale about a young prince…
I enjoyed the movie, almost as much as the original classic tale. The new movie stays true to the original message of how fake we have built the world to be, and how tender our innocence is. That was moving.
There is no dark secret in your subconscious mind. There is no dirty disgusting thought in your deep mind. There is no shame there. There is no boredom there.
Your secrets might be common human wounds. Your darkest thoughts might be common human misunderstandings. Your boredom might be common human need for love. Fragmented mind is not who you are. The wholeness is what we want, and what we already are. To be it, it helps that we have all aspects of the mind on board, and love can be easily expressed.
The first step is always the willingness to look at it as it is, honestly.
Recently I have had a lot of people contacting me inquiring hypnotherapy services for helping remember some alien abduction memories.
The reasons people feel they have certain memories to be retrieved are different – a sense – a glimpse – missing times – friend’s advice…
As extraterrestrial or alien existence has not been acknowledged by mainstream, these people suffer from a lot of self-doubt and disbelief of their own experiences and memories.
I offer help not by believing into the “alien stuff”, nor disbelieve the “alien stuff”. I accept what the individuals have experienced is true to them, and do my very best to help them make sense of the experiences.
In hypnosis, after the trance state is induced, it is very easy to re-live the experience. Even though some would call these experiences trauma, as there was a lot of fear involved, what I have found is that the experience was not all negative. In fact, most of them were not.
Gray beings were mostly reported in the abduction phenomenon. I assume like humans, there are “good” people, and there are “bad” people with different agendas. Not all Grays are the same. After some understandable and benign abduction regressions, Vivian’s case was a surprise to me.