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Q&A: Can you recover childhood memories through hypnosis?

October 14, 2011 by relax  
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Question by jack m: Can you recover childhood memories through hypnosis?
Well, I am 15 and I have excellent short term memory. Like in school I can remember things almost perfectly, which helps me on tests. However I have very few memories from my childhood and none are clear, and I also lose long term memories quickly. I was wondering if these could be recovered through hypnosis.

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Answer by Maya <3
it is possible
call a hypnotist
to help you out

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2 Responses to “Q&A: Can you recover childhood memories through hypnosis?”
  1. jig says:

    Be very careful with this one. There have been cases where psychologists, hypnotists etc. actually implant false memories into patients.
    So while the patient believes something to be a real childhood memory, it is actually completely made up. There are a few cases of fathers being arrested for sexually abusing their children because of false memories planted into the children.
    Do some more research on memory (it is a very bizarre thing, very inaccurate etc.) before you try and do something like this.

  2. David says:

    Recovering memory through hypnosis is a debatable subject. Because each time you revisit a memory by the very nature of being in the present to do that, can change that memory. So yes it is possible by a suitable qualified/registered hypnotherapist, but results and quality cannot be guaranteed.
    You are also at an age of growing and changing fast, and it is great you have a good memory for tests and so on, so you might find that as you get older long term memories become more clear – for some unknown reason!

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