Regression Hypnotherapy F.A.Q.
What is hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a relaxed state in which you also have heightened focus and concentration. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis, meaning that you are the only person who can hypnotize yourself. I serve as a guide to help facilitate your trance state and journey. Under hypnosis, your state of consciousness moves below your conscious waking state, and you can then connect with your unconscious mind to tap forgotten memories. You easily experience trance states throughout your day while watching TV, reading, daydreaming, and meditating. Hypnosis is a natural state of being and anyone can be hypnotized.
What is a past life regression (PLR)?
What is a life between life regression (LBLR)?
Will I fall asleep?
Will I lose control under hypnosis?
No. You are in complete control of what happens in your session. Hypnosis cannot detach the ego; Therefore, you always are in control of your experience. Your intentions determine what happens. Again, all hypnosis is self-hypnosis.
What will my session entail?
Your session will begin with an intake interview so that I may fully understand your goal or concern. Beforehand, please identify one personal concern or issue that you would like to explore through your regression. After the interview, you will be invited to lie down on the table, prepared with clean linens, a blanket, and pillow. We then will begin your regression by first getting you nice and relaxed. After the relaxing induction, you will be invited to connect with a past life through the use of your inner senses. During your regression, you may be aware of both past and present, and I will interview you throughout the experience so that you may share out loud what you are experiencing. Past life regressions last 3 hours, and life between life sessions last 4 hours (times include the intake interview). For the sake of time and energy, we will schedule your LBL interview on a separate day from the regression.
What happens after my session?
We will allow a very brief amount of time to discuss your experience. If more time to process is desired, consider booking an integration session for a later date. Be gentle with yourself and allow time to process your experience and what has emerged. Consider the meaning of the stories, images, feelings, and thoughts that surfaced. How do they relate to the present and your goal for the session? Helpful ways to process and integrate the information include journaling, talking with someone, making art, and meditation. Sometimes more sessions are helpful to further explore what emerged.
How do sessions work on Zoom?
Equipment is key for a Zoom regression. We need to be able to hear each other clearly without any disruption. To help make this happen, you'll need high quality headphones with an exceptional, stationary mic (a "boom" microphone that extends out from headset) and an excellent WiFi connection.
How should I prepare for my in-person session?
Plan to arrive with an open heart and mind, nice and relaxed. Identify one goal or concern that you'd like to explore during your regression. Wear comfortable clothing. You may wish to bring a notebook and pen if you care to take notes before or after your regression. You will be lying down on a massage table with a clean linens, a pillow, and a blanket. Eat lightly before arriving, and also be mindful not to drink too much beforhand.