What happens during a Session / Regression

 

Dr. Brian Weiss says the regression of the past can help heal the mind, body and soul. So when his own daughter Amy was diagnosed with the sight-threatening cataract at the age of 25, she decided to give it a try. Find out what she saw during her past regression and see how she is doing today.

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A Hypnosis-session is the best collaboration with Your Higher Self, which can integrate past, present and future, and coache a new way for your life in harmony with your life's mission.                         

Each soul is unique, and therefore the session varies from person to person. Some may be taken back 1-3 past lives, in this life or the future. Your subconscious leads you to the life that best explains the problems you experience. It begins with who you are and your surroundings. We move to several important days of your life. We take you to the spirits to get a great perspective on life, and to show what you have learned and its purpose.


We bring forth your subconscious mind (Your Higher Self). That's the part of you who has been with you since the beginning! This amazing energy comes through for the purpose of showing you the life chosen for you, and then answering all questions. Then it does a body scan to heal and repair the body when appropriate. Your subconscious always puts you first by showing your good thoughts, love, kindness and humor. It can explain the underlying causes of problems that have arisen, and the subconscious is so happy to finally talk to you privately!

3 common questions about past life regression to Brian Weiss

Over the past 20 years, I have used meditation and regression techniques with thousands of patients, and have helped many of them to alleviate mental and physical symptoms.                                                                                                             Physician and psychiatrist Brian Weiss

The benefits of a regression treatment extend far beyond relief of symptoms. Healing often results in all levels of our being, including the physical, the emotional and the spiritual. Before you get your own experiences with regression, these are some of the most common questions Brian Weiss hear before the process:

Question: Are regression exercises always memories of past lives? Is this the only way to have such memories?

Answer: It is absolutely possible to have real past memories through regression, although many other types of relaxation or meditation techniques can lead to the same. People can also experience past memories during dreams, or in many other ways. For example, my first experience of an earlier life did not occur during a regression or hypnosis, but during a state of relaxation caused by shiatsu massage. Suddenly I observed myself as a priest in ancient Babylon. I would like to point out that it took me three months of daily meditation before I had this regression. So the more you exercise, the better prepared you are to opening up for these experiences.

Question: What kind of memories are there during a regression?                                                                                                                                                             

Answer: I found out that past memories are often available and described in one of two ways. The first is the classic pattern, where the person only enters one lifetime and is able to experience an extremely fully detailed depiction of that life and its events. Almost like it was a story, you go through much of your life; that is, it often begins with birth or childhood and does not end before death. The memories of the former life are illuminated and explored in favor of the person's higher wisdom and possibly of a religious figure or spiritual guidance. The other pattern from past memories is what I call the key time flow. Here, the subconscious shows the most important or related moments from several past lives, the most important points that best illustrate the person's hidden trauma and can quickly and vigorously heal them.

Question: How can I know if the memories I have is real, whether they are fantasies or the result of my imagination?

Answer: It's not important if it's coming as a symbol, metaphor, true memory, your imagination or a mix of all of them. My advice is to relax and let things happens, without judging. If you allow the rational side of your brain to take over, you can block memories and wipe out an opportunity. Just experience and let your subconscious wisdom come - afterwards you can analyze what you've been through. With practice, things become clearer and you can distinguish between what is memory and what is a metaphor, symbol or imagination. There are many who try to confirm their memories with evidence. Some of them have found their own graves, others find official records confirming evidence of memories, and evidence of past lives. One of the most extraordinary cases of this is about a woman named Jenny Cockell. As a child, she remembered that she lived in Ireland, and died when the her childeren were still young. As an adult, she decided to look for them, and she managed to find five of the eight children she had born at that time.   

A confirmation can also happen through feelings related to memories and by relief of symptoms. (Xenoglossy, Paranormal phenomenon where a person is able to speak or write a language he or she could not have obtained naturally)

Can anyone be hypnotized and can it be dangerous?
Do I lose control when I am in trance mode?

Hypnosis is a non-intrusive technique where you always have control. Hypnosis simply means that you feel relaxed and have high focus and attention to achieve an increased state of consciousness that can be called a trance. Hypnosis is a technique that allows the practitioner and the patient to take advantage of the mind to promote healing.

During the last 188 years of scientific research involving hypnosis, not a single case has shown any harm as a result of hypnotic trance.

Anyone can be hypnotized as long as they allow it to happen.

The earliest evidence of hypnosis comes from ancient times, from 1550 BC. Almost all ancient cultures, including Sumerian, Persian, Chinese, Indian, Egyptian, Greek and Roman, used hypnosis as healing. Hypnosis has become more science in recent years. Healthcare professionals and doctors have become more open to try hypnosis on patients. Both medical hypnosis and certain parahypnotic techniques are of particular interest to physicians in recent times.

There are many myths about hypnosis, including the ideas that people in a hypnotic state can act against their will or reveal private information. These scenarios, often portrayed in books or films, are manufactured, meant for entertainment only. The truth is that hypnotic condition is more like a living daydream.

If your conscious mind was concerned, at worst you could not initially enter a state of hypnosis, or you can get full awareness and then cancel the session.

Hypnosis was approved by the American Medical Association in 1958 as an effective and safe technique. Best of all, hypnosis gives no side effects. Most people do not realize that they are actually undergoing hypnosis every day. Transe-like emotions you experience while reading a book, watching a movie or daydreaming, is all hypnotic conditions that are characterized by a focused attention. 

The only difference between hypnosis and these daily trance conditions is that, in hypnosis, this condition is used to achieve something: for example, healing, or used for stress relief.

Below you will find links to researchers, doctors and psychologists who use and approve hypnosis

British Medical Association: https://www.healthyaudio.com/clinical-hypnosis/hypnotherapy-medical-recognition/

 The Medical & Scientific: https://www.rebhp.org/articles/Hypnosis-Medical-Scientific-Article.pdf