Frequently Asked Questions
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Regressive hypnosis is an introspection technique similar to a dream state in which we are aware of what is happening. It involves "going back in time" to relive or remember past events. It's like an action movie where you are the protagonist and immerse yourself in a personal adventure. Throughout this journey, you face challenges, learn to overcome fears, and explore wonderful places filled with light, color, and aromas. It's a journey through time, through dimensional portals and telepathic communication. It's a path to the depths of your emotions and the search for the origins of your questions. It's a journey within yourself, whether inside or outside your mind; it's your dream, and you are there.
Regressive hypnosis is a tool that allows us to explore different perspectives of reality and access information that often eludes our usual understanding. Among its benefits, it includes the ability to recall forgotten situations, reprogram behaviors, find answers to our questions, enhance our abilities, and free ourselves from problems, discomforts, phobias, worries, and pain. During regressive hypnosis, the doors of your subconscious open slightly, allowing your being to go beyond the perceptions of the five senses and access information that is normally inaccessible. This enables you to understand the reasons behind blockages, situations, or stances, gain awareness of events and apparent coincidences, and establish an energetic interaction with yourself and your environment to resolve internal conflicts and unlock stagnant or deteriorating personal situations.
common belief, during this state, nobody acts against their will, loses
control, or consciousness. In fact, during the hypnotic process, our senses
become significantly heightened, and we are capable of perceiving reality from
much broader perspectives.
There are different hypnotic processes, but generally, with this technique, a single session is enough.
The answer to this question is relative. Some people may experience immediate effects, while others may require days or weeks to gradually assimilate the changes.
regressive hypnosis sessions online has several advantages. It eliminates
distance barriers, avoids unnecessary travel, and allows for scheduling
flexibility based on your availability. Additionally, the effects of an online
session are equivalent to those of an in-person session.
a regular session lasts from one and a half to two hours.
If a connection interruption occurs, it can simply be restored, and if there are no additional issues, the session can continue normally. In cases of a very deep trance, the person will naturally awaken, as if they had taken a nap. In most cases, when it is perceived that there is no one on the other end of the line, the person opens their eyes, communication is restored, and the session resumes without any problems. In cases of deeper trance, this interruption may turn into a natural sleep, from which the person will awaken after a few minutes or more. It is similar to what happens during the night while you sleep when you wake up to go to the bathroom or get a drink of water. You get up, move around the room, and then return to bed to go back to sleep. Or when you receive a message on your mobile phone while lightly sleeping. You decide to see who messaged you, maybe you reply, and then you go back to enjoying your sleep.
a minimum level of hypnotic susceptibility can book a session. In case of low
susceptibility, an option is to have a session with telepathic support, meaning
a supportive person who assists during the process. It is important to clarify
that no one can be hypnotized against their will.
results may be noticed immediately, while others may require variable time to
manifest. The assimilation of a regressive hypnosis session varies from person
to person and the situation. Some individuals may experience immediate benefits
right after the session, while others undergo a slow but steady internal
transformation, noticing differences from the previous week to week or month to
duration of the effects is variable and depends on the compatibility with the
goal achieved during regressive hypnosis. It all depends on our nature and can
change at any time due to our will. Some results may last for days or weeks,
others until changes occur that replace the previous ones, and some may last
scheduling a hypnosis session, we conduct a susceptibility test to assess your
level of sensitivity and visualization. This will help us determine how to
proceed during the session. The test is conducted via a Zoom video call and
takes approximately 15 minutes. It is necessary to be in a comfortable and
quiet place, have a good internet connection, and use headphones.
No, the susceptibility test is free of charge.
Everyone can enter a hypnotic state, although the levels of depth may vary based on individual characteristics. In cases where there is personal resistance to light hypnosis, other options can be explored. Sometimes, simply trying again at another time or in a more comfortable and welcoming environment can make a difference. Different induction methods can also be used, focusing on the senses that are more open and predisposed, or telepathic hypnosis can be used with a supportive person. This option allows a trusted person to undergo hypnosis on behalf of the individual.
It is a third person, in theory any person, who is induced into hypnosis, and telepathically, works for and for the person concerned. The work that this person can do is identical to what the same interested person could do in a hypnotic environment, and sometimes the result can be even greater if the level of hypnotic depth of the support person is greater than what the interested person could have been or could have been. In these cases, the subject who "cannot" or does not want to enter hypnosis, can choose, if he wants, a trusted person who is willing to undergo hypnosis for him.
provide the points you want to address immediately after completing the
susceptibility test, and you can continue adding points until the day before
No, regressive hypnosis and stage hypnosis are different. Regressive hypnosis focuses on therapy and personal growth, while stage hypnosis is used to entertain people in shows and events. Although both techniques involve the hypnotic trance state, their purposes and approaches are different.
Yes, regressive hypnosis can be effective in treating phobias and fears. By accessing past memories related to the phobia or fear, underlying causes can be identified and resolved. This can allow for the release of limiting patterns and facilitate the overcoming of the phobia or fear.
Yes, regressive hypnosis is sometimes used as a tool to explore past lives within the framework of belief in reincarnation. However, it's important to note that the interpretation of past life experiences is subjective and dependent on individual beliefs and perspective.
In general, negative side effects after a regressive hypnosis session are uncommon. However, some individuals may experience intense emotions during the session or relive unpleasant memories. It is important for regressive hypnosis to be conducted by a trained professional and to provide a safe and supportive environment to minimize any potential discomfort.
Regressive hypnosis can be beneficial for a wide range of emotional issues and traumas. However, it is not the only treatment option and may not be suitable for everyone. Each individual is unique, so it is important to consult with a professional to determine the best treatment option for each specific situation.
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