Past Life Regression
Through hypnotherapy, participants will be led through three past lives. There is an explanation of hypnotherapy, past life regression process, and an opportunity to ask questions and discuss the experience.
What is Hypnotherapy?
The term "hypnosis" is derived from the Greek word Hypnos, meaning, "sleep." Many people misunderstand hypnosis because of the way it has been portrayed in books, movies, television and by stage hypnotists. Hypnosis is very different from those portrayals. In fact, using hypnosis the way it is at times presented in popular media is a violation of a therapist's ethical standards.
Hypnosis is a very natural state that we all enter at various times. In hypnosis one's attention is focused in one area, closing out other stimulation. It is similar to daydreaming or being so completely engrossed in a book or TV program that you may ignore someone speaking in the same room. That is basically what hypnosis is. Another example is before falling asleep each night; we pass through a phase that is very similar to hypnosis. In that state we are able to give ourselves suggestions. For example you might want to get up at a different time then usual. You remind yourself just before falling asleep to wake up early and then find that you woke up ten minutes before the alarm. In that situation, you gave yourself the idea to wake up. That idea is called a post-hypnotic suggestion and is similar to how hypnosis works.
Hypnosis is a state of consciousness. It can be measured using an EEG, an instrument that reads brain wave activity. It can be recognized as a state of relaxed, concentrated attention. The alpha waves that are measurable during hypnosis are also found during meditation. Bringing your mind to this state is something that can be learned and practiced. Medical science has proven that there are many health benefits to be gained from this state.
Sometimes the word "sleep" is used to describe the hypnotic trance state. However, a person in hypnosis is not asleep. When in hypnosis the individual is aware of his/her surroundings in a detached sort of way. Conscious, critical thinking is more or less temporarily suspended and yet available at a moment's notice to cope with an emergency if one was to come up. Because of this relative inner quiet, people are more receptive to positive suggestions. The mind is concentrated on the suggestions and pays little attention to other things. However, this does not mean that a hypnotist can control an individual's mind and free will. On the contrary, hypnosis can actually teach people how to master their own states of awareness. By doing so they can affect their own bodily functions and psychological responses.
What does hypnosis feel like?
In general, hypnosis is a pleasant feeling of relaxation. Many people expect to feel something special or different when in hypnosis, even though it is a normal state. Hypnosis is a state in which the mind is highly absorbed or concentrated. We have all been in this state many times before. Sometimes it seems so normal to a person that he/she denies being in hypnosis. One can hear sounds going on around and sometimes one's mind wanders. Each person's experience is different and will vary from time to time. Most people feel very relaxed and comfortable and so, have little desire to move or open their eyes, although this is totally possible.
What can hypnosis do for you?
Hypnosis is commonly used to assist with weight loss, smoking cessation, stress reduction, phobias, pain management, past life regression and other situations that may cause an individual anxiety and/or stress.
A hypnotherapist can teach you self-regulation skills. For instance, someone with arthritis may be told that he or she can turn down pain like the volume on a radio. Hypnotherapy can also be an effective tool for managing weight and other areas in life that the person does not feel he/she has control over. Self-hypnosis can enhance a sense of control, which is often eroded by circumstances and situations such as illness, pain, anxiety and other emotional issues.
What else should you know?
As with any alternative or allopathic remedy you choose, consult your physician before considering hypnotherapy.
Each session lasts about an hour, and most people begin to improve within 4 to 10 sessions depending on the individual and issue. Together, you and your hypnotherapist will monitor and evaluate your progress over time.
Hypnotherapy Offered by ChandraMa
ChandraMa specializes in past life regression and is currently studying future life regression and the life between lives. She offers private past life regression sessions as well as group sessions. Past life regression can assist an individual with many issues in his/ her current life situation. It is an excellent healing tool.
In a past life regression group session, participants are led through three past lives. There is an explanation of hypnotherapy, past life regression process, and an opportunity to ask questions and discuss the experience. Private session is tailored to the individual's needs.
Fee Schedule for Past Life Regression
To schedule an appointment or for more information contact or by telephone at 207.626.0911.
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