Best Regression and QHHT Techniques

Regression hypnosis helps people tap deep into their subconscious minds to get at troubling emotions left over from traumatic experiences. These experiences may have happened last week or during the person’s early childhood. For some people, these experiences occurred in a past life or in between lives.

It depends on the beliefs you hold, but no matter what they are regression hypnosis techniques can help let troubled emotions or inner conflicts go. A hypnotherapist will use different methods for each type of regression.

One of the first methods they will use is that of age regression. You will be asked to sit or lie comfortably. The therapist will give you visualizations that will allow you to relax and go back to an earlier time. Suggestions enable you to reach the age at which the troubling memory occurred.

Your therapist will then use techniques to guide you as you go through the memory. You will be completely safe and secure during the entire session. They will use their techniques to help you get at the cause of troubling emotions and will help you heal them using traditional forms of cognitive therapy in many cases.

If you are unsure of what it is that is causing your trauma emotionally; regression hypnosis can help. Your therapist will use techniques to relax you and get you to open up subconsciously about what or who caused your problems. They will then gently guide you to healing the painful emotion or phobia.

A hypnotherapist will be able to use professional therapeutic techniques to talk you into expressing the emotions and releasing them. The best method to use after the age regression is reprogramming the subconscious.

They will suggest things to do or to think whenever an uncomfortable though come to the surface regarding the memory. You get tools to be more resilient and more adaptive.

Some therapists will similarly use past life regression techniques. These can also be known as Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique or QHHT. This type of hypnosis work can be extremely helpful in releasing uncomfortable behavior patterns. It usually helps to believe in past lives to benefit from this procedure. A high-quality QHHT practitioner can help you with this.

Many therapists will use techniques for hypnosis with Gestalt therapy. Ask your therapist or hypnotherapist for more details on which particular hypnosis techniques for regression will work for your issues or your current beliefs. The techniques described here have been proven to be highly effective in healing patients.

Hypnosis Regression Guide

There are many experiences in life that people do not remember simply because the mind does not record them. Then there are those experiences that the conscious mind forgets, but the subconscious keeps a detailed record. With regression therapy, a person can retrieve minute details about experiences from a week ago or from their early childhood.

Some regression techniques even take people back to times before they were born to help them resolve issues they believe have carried over to the present. For a hypnotherapist, the techniques to use to conduct a regression hypnosis are similar to those employed in other types of hypnosis.

Hypnotherapy will help to access repressed memories where traumas started but will allow the person to avoid feeling traumatized again. The skills you have as a hypnotherapist have much to do with ensuring your patients feel safe and secure when they relive difficult memories.

Regression therapy has been extremely helpful in helping people overcome phobias, inner conflict, and other problems. It allows them to get on with their lives without being held back by fear.

One technique that is popular is called Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique or QHHT. It allows an individual to connect to the soul and get clear answers about purpose, relationships, careers and more. It can help people heal from physical ailments brought on by traumatic memories and experiences.

You want to have a comfortable place in which to perform regression hypnosis. It should be at the right temperature, and it helps if the colors in the room are neutral ones or are soothing pastels.

Make sure your patients wear comfortable, loose clothing and have a place for them to sit or lie comfortably. Once they are comfortable, you can begin the session by allowing them to know what to expect. Let them know that you will gently guide them to their hypnotic state as well as release them from it. If any memory recall becomes too traumatic for them, reassure them that you will guide them away from those memories.

You will then instruct them to close their eyes and count them down to their state of hypnosis. The technique does not have to be specific because it is up to you as the hypnotherapist to sense how a patient is reacting to the entire process. Some people can get put into a trance with a count of 10. Others may take more time.

Some hypnotists will use their hands to press down on the patient’s hands to indicate that they need to go further into their trance. The process is up to you. As you get more practice following the training you have received, you will be able to develop a technique that you are comfortable with and that you find is most effective in helping patients get at their repressed emotions.

You also always want to follow the client’s feelings. If they are strong once you have placed them under hypnosis, trust that they have regressed. Remember that there is a contrast between a client reviving a memory and recalling it in detail to you and regressing into the moment that thought developed. When they regress, they are more apt to talk about the type of voice that they had when the memory improved. They will speak as if the details of the memory are happening in real time and not in the past.

As the hypnosis session gets underway, you will want to take notes. As long as you have obtained your patient’s permission before the session, you may also record that session or make a video of it. Some people want to view their regressions, and others do not.

Be a calm force for your patient. Know that much of their repressed memories can hold difficult emotions. If the patient ever has what is called an abreaction, you want to quickly but calmly get them mentally away from the memory that they are experiencing. You can do this by telling them at the count of 3 that they will be back in the present moment. Abreactions occur when the patient loses all track of time and space and become completely immersed in the memory.

Regression hypnosis takes practice and patience. It is a rewarding technique that can help free many people from emotional limitations.

4 More Hypnotherapy Facts

Hypnotherapy is a system of treatment that has become increasingly popular among people who are looking to beat addiction, get over phobias, or alter bad habits. Some people are still a little nervous about hypnotherapy, because they are not sure how it works, and they are not comfortable with the idea of giving up control over their ‘conscious mind.’ Let’s take a look at how hypnotherapy works and clear up a few misconceptions.

Myth: A good hypnotist can hypnotize anyone

While hypnosis is a common theme in movies, the fact is that for someone to be hypnotized, they have to want it to happen, and they have to be ‘playing along.’ Hypnosis cannot take place against your consent. Indeed, some people who want to experience hypnosis can’t be hypnotized anyway, even if they want to. Hypnosis requires trust and a willingness to let go on a conscious level, and some people don’t like the feeling of giving up control, so will fight it.

Myth: Hypnosis is predictable

Hypnosis is something that everyone responds to differently. Some people are more ‘suggestible’ than others and will respond very well to hypnosis. Some will simply be a bit more relaxed and open minded. Some people will find that after a single session they will experience an actual shift in how they think. Some will conclude that hypnosis did very little for them overall.

Fact: Hypnosis simply opens up your mind

You cannot be charmed into thinking something that is not ‘you’ on some subconscious level. If you have a phobia, hypnosis is a way of working through that fear – but a hypnotist can’t trick you into thinking that you can fly to the point that you would willingly walk off a cliff while you were ‘not under the influence of hypnosis.’ This type of activity is something you see in the movies, but it’s a huge exaggeration of how hypnosis works.

Truth: If you respond to meditation, give hypnotherapy a try

Hypnotherapy can be a real stress-beater. It is good for people who need to take some time out, think, and relax. Hypnotherapy can work particularly well for the sort of person that responds to meditation and yoga because those things involve the same idea of relaxing and opening up their mind. Again, this is not for everyone. A hypnotist can’t bring out what is not there or change your nature.  This guide dives deeper into the concept.

If you’ve ever used a floatation tank and found it an exceptional experience, then exploring your inner self or using positive affirmations as a part of hypnotherapy could well change your life. The onus has to come from you, though, and if you’re going into the process with your mind closed off, feeling hostile and anxious then there is a good chance that it will do nothing for you. Hypnosis is a two-way street, not a magic trick.

4 Top Facts About Hypnosis

Hypnosis is a powerful tool for people to unlock their full potential. A lot of people think of it as something that is used by stage performers, and that is nothing more than a magic trick. Others think of hypnosis as a threat – something that a skilled person can do to someone against their will. Neither of those things is true.  It is worthwhile to learn some basic hypnotherapy facts to get to the bottom of what this mysterious field is all about.

Can You Be Hypnotised Against Your Will?

Hypnosis requires cooperation. Some people say that they ‘can not be hypnotized because they have tried and failed. Hypnosis requires trust, and it requires the person to be relaxed and willing to give up control. If you’re in an incongruent frame of mind and are not ready to trust the hypnotist and go along with them, your mind will never open up to the stage of hypnosis.

You Are Not Asleep When You Are Hypnotized

When you are asleep and dreaming, you probably aren’t aware that you are dreaming (some people can reach a stage where they are ‘lucid dreaming‘ and know that they are in a dream state, but this is a rare skill). Your conscious mind is still there watching what is going on in the background during the hypnosis process.

You Can Wake Up At Any Time

While Hollywood sometimes likes to suggest that hypnosis is a form of mind control, the effects are short-lived, and it doesn’t take much at all to come out of a hypnotic state. You could ‘wake up’ at any time if something were to jar you to reality, or even if you only decided to end the process of hypnosis.

Anyone Can Get a Lot Out of Hypnosis

While hypnosis can be useful for some people as a way of conquering fears, it can be impractical as well for some people. Stage hypnotists screen the people that they work with, to see which are the most ‘suggestible’ and then hypnotize those as a part of their performance. Individuals who are highly hypnotically suggestible will get a lot out of being hypnotized and could find that it helps them beat their addictions, cure their bad habits, improve their thought patterns, or get over their phobias.

For those who are less suggestible, though, hypnosis is little more than a waste of time. Subjects may feel that it is awkward and uncomfortable, and they may feel self-conscious, but not get much out of it at all.

In many ways, hypnosis is like meditation. If you find that yoga clears your head and that meditation calms your mood, then you could be the sort of person that will get a lot out of hypnosis. On the other hand, if you feel bored, tense or are always thinking about your shopping list or wondering whether you remembered to empty the washing machine last night, then you’re probably not the kind of person that is going to get much out of being hypnotized. There is nothing wrong with that. Everyone responds differently.

Living a Happy Life in the Information Age

The information age is here, but with all of this new data, it seems harder and harder to make sound decisions. The buzz of the internet is humming faster and faster, but something is missing. We are facing a depression epidemic in this nation, and now is the time to do something about it. It’s time to pursue the life of our dreams through methodically taking action.

Here are Lifelong Health and Wellness we are ready to utilize the power of hypnosis therapy to unleash the potential of our subconscious minds. We will free up your mental horsepower, away from worry and into prosperity. You have more power than ever now to create that life of your dreams.

Hypnosis is the friend that will never let your down. Through using techniques like NLP and QHHT, you’ll be able to condition your feelings and emotions to be working for you. This vantage point is contrary to what most people feel on a daily basis as they let life merely pass by without any proactive direction. It is our mission to reign in everything that holds you back, and to develop new rockets of desire.

We are here to help you regain your passion and make a quantum leap forward in your life through conscious creation. It’s your world.  Everything that has ever happened to you or ever will happen is within your control.  There are hypnotic mechanisms that can lead you down a new path of freedom and prosperity. So buckle up and get ready for the ride of your life. A beautiful future awaits you.