Many real client case stories taking you deep into the wonder and beauty of afterlife.
My first session is generally twenty minutes longer than the follow-up sessions because it takes some extra time to know someone, the conscious and the subconscious mind, to check their hypnotisability, and to do the initial trance work.
Occasionally I’d meet someone who can get the entire benefits of hypnotherapy in their first appointment for a much shorter time.
Marsha is such a person.
Carol’s Lives is my second book. It’s the only book that has been turned into an Audiobook so far. In 2019 I intended to do a promo video on it. The book cover designer photographer Silmara Emde was hired to do the work. As Tim and I were travelling in New york to collect some footage, Simara moved the city. We had to schedule for spring 2020 to film it, and then everything went sideway because of the pandemic. Finally, in 2022, my partner, the main character in Carol’s Lives, decided to take up the project. Here we have it, the promo video of the book that was published two years ago.
Pauline, who lives in Europe, found me online. She had been googling ideas about physical pain and the role the subconscious mind played in that pain. She was especially focused on “pain caused by accidents”. During her search, she came upon my blog post: A Dialogue with “Pain Body” in Hypnotherapy.
I was a little bit surprised that someone would initiate a session with me based on that article about pain-body, because I…
But my true answer is that I practice “Kemilian”. That sounds quite funny. But then, the unconscious mind processes information 11 million bits per second. As a hypnotherapist trusting her own unconscious mind, I think that’s a very appropriate answer to the question of my practice, including the sound of it.
Audrey is a young woman who has started losing pigments since when she was 17 years old. As a result of that, she doesn’t look like her parents and siblings at all. Extremely fair skin and blond hair with big blue eyes, she is tall. There is a certain lightness in her manner, something unspeakably different about her, something out of place. I felt a little bit displaced by her energy. She did extremely well without making any effort in school. She also has memories of being on a ship, but there is nothing scary about it, as was reported by some other abductees. Instead, Audrey feels that is home. She cried in tears in hypnosis missing her “home”.