Memory Recovery with Hypnosis

Brain injury can cause memory loss. In cases such as traumas and childhood abuse, the unconscious mind can block some memories for survival. Yet so much so the unconscious mind doesn’t allow the conscious mind to have access to particular memories, the wound is still there, and it can manifest into a lot of unwanted or even harmful behaviours and emotions.

So the key is not only to remember certain painful memories, but to deal with them properly, and then neutralize them. In a therapeutic setting, this can be done.

The reason why hypnosis can help with memory recall is that everything you have ever experienced is still in your memory bank. Nobody ever forgets anything. Everything that we pass through in our lifetime makes an impression and we store it away. When we say we can’t remember, it’s because we don’t have access to a certain memory at a certain moment.

And when awareness is sufficiently increased so that we can pull that little remembrance out of its hiding place, we get a very thrilling effect. The memories of any kind – including where you “hid’ your jewelry, your childhood or babyhood, or past life memories – are concealed within you.

Hypnotherapy can also help those women whose drinks were drugged by men.

There is a mountain of research to indicate that we unconsciously remember nearly everything that happens to us. Under hypnosis, many people are capable of hypermnesia – the ability to remember an incident in uncommonly vivid detail. Hypermnesia is used in forensic hypnosis when police need a witness to recall the scene of a crime. Many people have had strong childhood memories triggered by smells like those of fresh-cut grass, cooking, etc. All the evidence suggests that tremendous quantities of information are recorded and retained by our brains. At various times, when this stored information rises to the surface and informs our actions, we may even call it intuition.

In hypnosis we have different depths of trance, so we can tap into different levels of memories. All the information is here and now. We change the brain wave frequencies to access different memory recalls.

Even though I practice hypnoTHERAPY, occasionally I get a phone call from someone who needs some other interesting services. Here’s one of such stories: A Free Parking Lot in Downtown Vancouver.

Also, there has been increased requests for memory recall of passwords, in person and via Skype. A tip: When you create your password, besides using a secure password manager such as Keychain, write it down BEFORE you key it in. You can always destroy the piece of paper right after the process is complete, especially for some banking portfolio setups. It’s less costly than hiring a hypnotherapist.

But if you are in urgent need, schedule your first session with Kemila in person below. If it’s online such as Zoom or Skype, please go to the Online Session page. For returned clients, click here for scheduling a Regular Session. Or if you have questions, you can a virtual or In-Person consultation with Kemila.

Here’s a thorough explanation for hypnosis for memory recall, on one of Kemila’s YouTube Channel Hypnosis Q&A from Around the World.


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