Past Life Regression Is Safe

Past Life Regression (PLR) is a safe and profound experience.

Anything you want to do implies a potential risk, depending on the capability, training, and intentionality of your practitioner, coach, advisor, teacher, doctor, etc.
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Hypnosis Stops Repetitive Thoughts

A woman recently asked me,
“How should I go about getting rid of OCD intrusive thoughts that recently have been occurring? Would you recommend hypnotherapy & CBT?

Intrusive thoughts or rumination, involve negative thought patterns that are distracting. Repetitive thoughts often reflect a pattern of being stuck in anxiety, but not really recognizing the anxiety. Hypnosis is built for resolving anxiety, especially the kind of hypnosis that addresses root cause. It’s called 5-PATH.
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Hypnosis Frees Us From Trauma

Hypnosis certainly frees us from trauma.

Hypnosis guides us to original causes of trauma, especially in this lifetime and can facilitate previous life trauma resolution as well.
Past trauma causes an imprint upon both the personality as well as the soul. Traumas, due to their difficult nature, often remain hidden in the subconscious mind where they hide out but continue to drive our thoughts and behaviors.
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Hypnosis Improves Learning

Hypnosis definitely helps improve learning.

Here’s why:
We all have different rates of absorption, processing, and integration. Hypnosis addresses many of our cognitive limitations and old, unconscious beliefs that may stand in the way of learning.
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Board-Certified Hypnotherapist

When you want to make a change and need professional assistance, don’t you want the absolute best? Of course!
So, make sure you choose a Board-Certified Hypnotherapist for peace of mind.

Board certification signifies one of the highest levels of accreditation within a given specialty. The title confers extra confidence for the consumer that your professional has met a higher level of required standards and is well-qualified to provide comprehensive services. Board-Certified Hypnotherapists provide you with complete safety and peace of mind.
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Stage Hypnosis

Stage hypnotists are amazing entertainers who are fantastic at sizing people up almost immediately!

They often conduct quick, pre-screening tests to determine which audience members will respond best to simple requests and then, the hypnotists hone in on these people.

A good hypnotizable candidate is one who wants to be hypnotized and can follow instructions easily. These audience members will usually make a suitable candidate for stage hypnosis.

People will not do anything against their will but can stretch the limits of their behavior on stage. This requires a lowering of inhibitions, which can happen if one bypasses the conscious mind.

You’ll see a stage hypnotist do a suggestibility test on either the whole audience or volunteers. What’s really occurring is a group induction into the hypnoidal state or the light hypnosis state. Then, the stage hypnotist looks to see how everybody did and the hypnotist selects those who easily moved into that hypnotic state.

Once in a light state of hypnosis, the hypnotists can deepen audience members on stage and the real fun begins!

Netflix hypnosis. Your own internal home theater.

Whenever you lose track of time, you are in hypnosis.
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Social Anxiety

Hypnotherapy helps cure social difficulty, often referred to as social anxiety.

Social anxiety is a form of social interactive difficulty that manifests in settings of two or more people, and generally larger crowds. This could include, but is not limited to: family gatherings, work settings, classroom environments or social gatherings.
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It is typical to recall more than one past life using hypnosis.

Our subconscious minds are fluid and graphical, which means that information is stored very differently than in the conscious mind. Past life scenes can easily flow from one to the next.
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Hypnotherapy purges panic attacks

Hypnotherapy is a fantastic modality for purging panic attacks and anxiety.

Panic attacks are a more extreme form of anxiety and seem to interrupt life unexpectedly, often causing severe disruption and even embarrassment, depending on where they show up.

Both anxiety and panic attacks can be triggered by innocuous events. Those events could be common stressors such as job changes, a school project, or an argument with your significant other or family member.

Maybe the trigger is unique to you, based upon your history.
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