reply to post by Indigo_Child
Hey there Indigo_Child,
My technique is similar to the hypnosis method ... simply by th fact that my clients are very deeply relaxed but just short of bing in a hypnotic
state. The slim but important difference is that;
1/ HYPNOTIC STATE = Client is unaware of the responses they give and has to listen to the session via a recording or from the therapists notes.
Subliminal suggestion via a badly worded question can ruin the reality of the result. A high possibility of this during hypnosis.
2/ DEEP RELAXATION STATE = Client is relaxed enough for the conscious mind to wander and allow the sub & unconscious mind to step forward with the
more deeply buried memories that linger in our psyche.
The benefit of the latter method means that because the conscious mind's faculties are still present but like an idling engine ... as opposed to a
sentry guard on duty ... the client actually remains aware of the things they are relating throughout the session.
The main rule to this method lies in the fact that clients must reply with their first unedited thought response to my questions ... rather than
allowing the conscious mind to take charge again and edit the answer to fit the current life.
It sound complicated but in practice it's very natural and straightforward.
Over the years I have regressed several hundred people and out of those I have only had 2 clients who could not recall any PLM's ... the conclusions
both they and I came to is that this may well be their first lifetimes ... and they have no pastlife memories to recall.
I have even had a couple of clients telling me about the 'between times' which is absolutely fascinating ... but of course impossible to verify.
The program you mentioned ... yes the method is acceptible ... but again with hypnosis the way a question is worded can easily lead to subliminal
I usually begin my questions by asking the client to look at their hands and tell me what they look like and what colour the skin is.
By this question alone we discover what sex (male/female) they were and what enthnicity they are.
Next I will ask them to look down at their feet and tell me what they see.
With this question we discover if they are barefoot or if they are wearing something on their feet which will again lead us to discover possible
But you will notice these are not leading questions.
If I'd asked the client to look at their hands and tell me if they were the hands of a man or a woman ... they would likely have said 'a woman'
because it was the last suggestion I mentioned.
Likewise if I'd asked them to tell me if they were barefoot / wearing sandles / or boots etc ... chances are they would have said boots for the very
It's all in the way the questions are worded as to whether the client provides real memory (that can hopefully be authenticated) ... or fantasy
memories using information their mind had filed from books/films etc.