Hypnosis Regressionists

Regressionists must be aware of the fact that fantasy can be mistaken for genuine memories of previous lives. This can happen when the person is secretly resisting the hypnosis and actual regression. To counter fabricated stories and pure fantasy, the regressionist can ask the client for specific details about what they are seeing during the regression. If the client is unable to provide significant details about the so-called memory, the regressionist should be suspicious because there is no continuity in the purported memory. Chronological time plays a crucial role in easing a client into past life regression. In the physical realm, the ebb and flow of mankind is dictated not just by the comings and goings of celestial bodies (the sun and the moon) but by our fixed conceptualization of time. Generally speaking, people only recognize linear, forward-moving time. Learn more at http://lusharson8884.exteen.com/20160306/the-power-of-hypnosis-training and http://pomm79.moonfruit.com/blog/4588864419/Hypnosis-is-Powerful/10581596

Time invariably moves forward to fill homogenous, empty space. Time dictates birth, growth and death. In regression, this limited perspective of time is not a disadvantage at all. In fact, you can use this conceptualization of time to make regression easier. Forward-moving time follows a straight path; there are no irregular zigzags or inexplicable turns along the way. If we trace the movement of time, the sequence of events that lie in its path as it moves forward are situated in a particular sequence or series. By slowly going back in time, the client will be conditioned and ready to go past the barrier after they have left the death scene or death experience, which naturally manifests after the final age regression in the mother’s womb. Each person develops a personality and identity that they use in their present lifetime. However, this personality and identity will eventually be discarded by the person. When a person dies, they do not carry with them the identity that they used their whole life. When a person dies, they are made pure again by the separation from the current lifetime and they revert to their immortal identity or soul identity. Once a soul is ready to be reincarnated or transmigrated once again, the immortal identity becomes secondary once again because when a person is born into the world again they will have to develop an appropriate identity and set of beliefs that will make their life easier in their present milieu. The cycle is repeated when the person dies once again – the present identity is discarded and the spirit develops a new one upon transmigration. The fourth spiritual principle is that the natural amnesiac block that is placed upon the consciousness of a person is not completely impenetrable. Beliefs, tendencies and patterns of behavior that a person has developed in their previous lives will eventually find a way to influence the person’s present life. Insofar as we are concerned as regressionists, the human spirit, once liberated from the amnesiac barrier that is activated when a person is reincarnated into their next life, is as powerful and free as other spiritual beings in the Universe. The human spirit is often touted as merely a vague concept because there is no unit of measurement that can be used to come up with a ‘logical’ valuation of it. Science can measure human skin area or blood volume. But it will never come close to measuring how powerful and complex the human spirit is. You should keep this principle in mind whenever you perform past life regression sessions because many times throughout your career you will think that some people are just weak spirits and they cannot do it because they don’t have what it takes. Learn more at http://austingosser.bcz.com/2017/01/30/what-i-learned-about-nlp-hypnosis-trainers/