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Hypnosis during past life regression

Posted by on Oct 4, 2016

So for the purpose of remaining consistent with our performance during past life regression sessions, we need to prepare a script that has been tailor-fit to the client’s needs. Here are some guidelines to ensure that your past life regression script will be more than adequate for your client’s needs:

He or she was able to identify their former home (which is now abandoned) and even the families that used to serve their family, who was very rich. Past life regression is often a key method used by professionals to seek elusive answers to people’s challenges. It is recognized both here and abroad and there is actually a lot of research dedicated to developing and widening the scope of issues that this technique can cover.

1…2…3… and exhale slowly as well, 1…2…3… Learn more at and

Just keep breathing like this so that all your worries will melt away with each breath. You are becoming more sensitive to your own breathing rhythm. Your breathing rhythm is unique and if you pay close attention to it you will also sense how your body is relaxing and cooperating with what you want to do today.

Once the client becomes comfortable with the new mental environment, you can then ask the client to stare into the candle flame until they are able to recall memories of their past life. This visualization can actually deepen the client’s focus or trance state so you can expect many vivid details once the client is able to tap into their memory banks.

The ninth theme is the “train in tunnel.” Have your client get on a train. Describe that this train is going through a tunnel and this tunnel represents time. After they pass through the tunnel, the train stops and they get off the train. They are at age 15 when they get off the train.

The following are some guide questions that you can use if your client is not responding adequately to the regression. More than half of the time, clients need a little nudging so be prepared to use these questions or make your own: What are your feelings right now that you are in the new place? What does the place look like? Do you see anyone around you? What does the air smell like? How does the air feel on your skin? Basic PLR – DR. Steve G. Jones, Ed.D. – Page 111

As this type of question can definitely influence your client’s answer.

The mind is a complex and wonderful tool and it is almost never wrong when it comes to making vital connections between memories. As we progress through our sessions you will encounter many more memories that have strong emotional associations. You may not want to encounter some of these past life memories because they carry too much emotional weights…

First, ask the client to focus on a single point on the wall opposite them. It doesn’t have to be an actual mark on the wall (although such marks are obviously convenient they are not necessary). When your client has found that single point on the wall, ask them to close their eyes on every even number and open them when they hear an odd number. The client must maintain their focus on that single spot on the wall. You (the hypnotist) must count evenly and on the interim, suggest relaxation and sleepiness. If you perform this induction correctly, your client will feel eye fatigue fairly quickly. Conscious blinking coupled with suggestions of sleep, heaviness and relaxation will cause the client to just close their eyes. Learn more at

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Alcohol Treatment Systems – There Are Many Clinics That Offer Free Counseling And Help For People That Struggle With Alcohol Addiction

Posted by on Sep 24, 2016

Alcoholism will face a new challenge at those clinics that offer alcohol treatment systems. Alcohol addiction is one of the reasons so many people die in the United States, and it is probably the number one reason why families break up and divorces happen. While on one hand it can be extremely painful to separate yourself from a person you love, we have to be realistic here: there is no way someone can live in the same house with an alcoholic. The person doesn’t even have to be a chronic alcoholic to become a pain to live with. Find help at

Yes, alcohol can be that bad, and when someone becomes an alcoholic, there is a good chance that his or her entire life will go down the drain. Pretty fast! Fortunately, there are many alcohol treatment centers around these days, as opposed to a few years ago. This is not a trend to be proud of, but at least people that suffer from alcohol addiction will find a refuge here, and maybe even a cure for their condition.

There are many free alcohol treatment systems in the US, so not having money is no longer an excuse!

Alcoholism has a new enemy in centers that use alcohol treatment systems to cure this condition. While alcohol addiction is not a disease per say, it can be considered as such, because it shows almost identical symptoms. Alcoholism greatly affects the life of those that suffer from it. It can also be very deadly. Among the causes of death in the United States, alcohol is somewhere pretty high on the list. Alcohol is no laughing manner.

Sure we tend to laugh at drunken people on the street or at parties, but for those people, there is absolutely no comedy in their situation. The causes for resorting to alcoholism are numerous and varied. A failed relationship, getting numerous rejections to one’s job applications, a death in the family: all these can spark an urge in a person to sink into depression. And when it comes to depression, instead of seeking counseling or professional help, most people resort to alcohol. Why? Because they think it’s fun. But nothing can be farther from the truth!

If you know someone that suffers from alcoholism, send him to the nearest center that employs alcohol treatment systems and help improve his life!

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And what are some of these pheromone factors?

Posted by on Sep 10, 2016

This requires a lot more pheromones than it should. It’s a powerful shame amplifier, packed with “shoulds”—and the last thing males need is more shaming, more degradation for not making the grade.

Men—and boys—who are on the receiving end of “be a man!” get the message that they are lacking in certain factors that supposedly constitute manliness using androstenone. Learn more about pheromones at

And what are some of these pheromone factors? Learn more at

Showing no weakness; emotional stoicism; aggressiveness; holding it together and not losing face, no matter what’s going on; sucking it up. (Think of what pride boys may feel when they’re successful at this, especially when they’re “strong” enough to not cry or show any signs of vulnerability.)

A manly handshake is a firm one, even a steely one; a manly approach means, among other things, keeping it together emotionally, not losing one’s cool. To be unmanned is to “lose it” emotionally (except when it comes to anger), such a loss of face often being taken to mean a loss of strength. (When Abraham Lincoln couldn’t help crying publicly over the killing of a friend, he described his very visible upset as having “unmanned” him.) To be unmanned means being visibly vulnerable, being ball-less (“chickening out”), being brought low by shame, being subservient to dominant pheromone users. Learn more about pheromones at and

Pheromones allow men to become more aggressive. To man up is an expression originally used in football and military contexts, and means not much more than toughen up, move into battle, grow a pair, with the apparent failure to do so often resulting in a male getting referred to as a girl or lady (who in this context epitomize softness, equated in many a male mind with weakness). Imagine a masculine icon, a famous leader or athlete, not just misting up, not just shedding a few silent tears or fighting back his tears, but crying hard and with abandon.

This would be very, very uncomfortable for all too many men to watch, no matter how understandable the sadness or grief was.

Men may respond to the exhortation “be a man!” by getting harder or tougher, more ruthlessly driven, more competitive, more uncaring about their unresolved wounds, making “getting over it” more important than “feeling it” or “going through it.” Conversely, men might also respond to the exhortation “be a man!” by rebelling against its certainties of what constitutes a man, driving their hardness and competitiveness into the shadows, and making too much of a virtue out of their softness and more “feminine” qualities. But in either case, they are reacting to whatever notion of manhood has been or is being authoritatively held aloft before them, defining themselves through—and impaling themselves upon—such pheromone reactivity.

So let’s consider other factors or qualities that ought to—but generally don’t—count for much in making a male a “real” man, factors that many men keep in the shadows: vulnerability, empathy, emotional transparency and literacy, the capacity for relational intimacy—all qualities more commonly associated with being female than male pheromones.

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