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Has anyone ever been hypnotized for regression therapy and found out some very interesting things?

September 11, 2013 by relax  
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Question by Tina B: Has anyone ever been hypnotized for regression therapy and found out some very interesting things?
I’m thinking about trying hypnosis to help me sort out a few things in my life and it really just freaks me out to even think about it! Does it really work? Are you in a sleep like state and don’t remember anything when you wake up? Do they record the reading so you can listen to it later? Please tell me everything!!!!! Thank You!

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Answer by jbloor@att.net
I was regressed – by my choice – via my yoga teacher, who felt I was a good candidate for it. It does ‘work’ but can rarely be verified. It’s not a sleep-like state, it’s more than that, it’s different… You remember everything, and it SHOULD be recorded, just for the sake of clarity (as mine was). When it’s working; you resent the intrusion of questions. You experience something that is both vivd and hazy. Time is vastly distorted. What felt like 10 minutes to me was actually 90 minutes on tape. Your voice is slowed. Most things; images, visions, dates are hazy, yet others are crystal clear. I later went on to learn the technique, but only did it for a very few persons. Why? Because, too many were unable to ‘go under and surrender’ and too many entered into it with pre-conceived notions – which seem to always to distort the true experience. Over several weeks, I experienced several past lives, but only about 10% of the experience was relevant to my current lifetime. What I ‘learned’ did not profoundly change my life, it mostly left me marveling, but some of it confirmed a few tendencies and patterns in my life.
Truth is: we are all going to live our lives as intended by Karmic law. ‘Knowing’ does not change the lesson, nor make us learn it faster. Unless you’re very gullible, you will not experience a profound revelation. The ‘best’ experience in this is hazy and uncertain. My past lives were all ordinary. To satisfy your curiosity: I was a ’speech writer’ (scribe) for a lesser medievil king, a tobacco farmer of no importance in Coloniel America, a sailor who drowned in a naval battle, and a little chubby boy in Pennsylvania who died in a gas explosion at age 11.
People with any history of mental illness, or even neurosis are not appropriate candidates for regression!
What I’ve concluded 30 yrs later from the regression experiences? Either….
1. It was all just an imagined/reflected experience of my sub-concious perceptions of myself. Or….
2. I was tapping into the free-flowing past lives of others – their energies, their experiences. Sort of like that rare dental filling that picks up random radio transmissions?
3. Or, it was real.
Whatever; beware of those who claim to be famous figures of nobility or countenance. 99.9% of us are none of that. Our human lives are humbling. ‘Knowing’ the past does not alter the lesson that we are meant to learn in this lifetime.
Conclusion? If you have a valid experience with this? It will change your outlook on life, even if it doesn’t change your behavior patterns. You will fear death MUCH less. Your ‘horizons’ will be broadened, even as your level of confusion increases.
It’s been many years since I revisited all this – thank you for prompting me….. icon smile Has anyone ever been hypnotized for regression therapy and found out some very interesting things?

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One Response to “Has anyone ever been hypnotized for regression therapy and found out some very interesting things?”
  1. professionaleccentric says:

    yes
    That’s debateable.
    It’s not really like sleep.
    I don’t WANT to tell you everything.

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