An interview by the book publisher Smashwords, re the book Past Life Regression: A Manual for Hypnotherapists to Conduct Effective Past Life Regression Sessions:
Interview with Kemila Zsange
There was always a knowingness in me that I was going to write a book of how to Conduct Effective Past Life Regression sessions for hypnotherapy professionals, even when I was just getting certified as a new hypnotherapist. I thought at that time this idea was funny, but it was there and I was always aware of it.
Then some years later, it came the time that our association had the first annual conference, and they invited me to do a presentation on Past Life Regression. While I was preparing for the presentation, it came clear to me, the material would come out a book.
The whole book writing process has been very smooth and natural for me. If book writing was a journey, all I did was to take one step at a time following a natural organic path. And before I realized it, a book has been written.
Kemila’s article Why do we Worry? is published in the Fall 2014 issue of Health Action.
Today I saw a new client who wanted hypno- therapy to help her to stop worrying. As we talked and I thought about her issue, I realized how common it is for people to share her concern, to simultaneously worry and wish they did not.
One part inside us wants to stop worrying because we realize it doesn’t make us feel good. Worrying about something or someone brings a future possibility right into our here-and-now reality, on an emotional level. When we worry, we tell our future self or our loved ones that we do not trust him/her in dealing
with certain situations. Yet we don’t know how to stop worrying. We’ve all tried many different ways to manipulate circumstances so that we could stop worrying. Sometimes it works, but only temporarily. And then the worrying comes back and the relief wears out, because the worrying self is still part of our identity.
The worrying self as identity is strengthened by some un-questioned beliefs. An example of such a belief is that, to be safe, one must control the unknown. Hidden associations can also strengthen these beliefs and help make worrying integral to our identity, such as worrying to show someone you care… Read the full article in the magazine.
The first attached spirit releasement case in my hypnotherapy work was published on The Master Shift site. The case came as a surprise. The attached spirit was one soul from my client’s past lives.
See it here: Seven Lifetimes and One Hour
In Feburary 2013, Canadian Health magazine had this article Hypnosis revisited- Mesmerizing! Hypnotherapy is becoming a useful medical tool, in which it mentions “One group trying to bring some consistency to hypnotherapy is the B.C.-based Association of Registered Clinical Hypnotherapists (ARCH). “ARCH came into existence because we didn’t think hypnotherapy in Canada was good enough,” says Brick Saunderson, a Vancouver-based therapist and the group’s clinical supervisor. ARCH’s purpose is to increase the standards of education and qualifications and provide a cross-Canada professional registry for hypnotherapists.”
January 4 is the World Hypnotism Day. Our latest Press Release – Media Advisory on December 10, 2012:
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