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Regression therapy, how does it work, and what can you do with it?

Regression therapy, how does it work, and what can you do with it?

Regression therapy, how does it work, and what can you do with it?

Regression therapy, as part of the spiritual, is fashionable. Even when people are not religious, you stumble over Buddhas, healing stones, or other Eastern expressions. But spirituality has to do with other things than having Buddhas in your garden.

Regression therapy, which is picked up within the spiritual world, is something that needs to be picked up very carefully. But regression therapy can also help you further. How does regression therapy work, and what can you do with it?

What is regression therapy?

The base

Regression therapy assumes that every problem, psychologically, physically, or emotionally, has a cause. The cause can be found in unprocessed experiences in the past. The past is a broad concept. After all, that can be about early childhood, but just as well about a past life. The subconscious mind seeks itself in which areas of experience processing must take place.

By the way, you don’t have to believe in reincarnation or past lives, but you have to dare and be able to take your experiences seriously.

Therapy

With light trance/hypnosis, regression therapy allows you to go back to, for example, your early childhood or a previous life. Not out of curiosity, but because there may be a blockade that you are not getting any further in life right now. Something is stagnating, and you cannot put your finger on it and therefore, cannot solve it.

You will reliably relive and “clean up” what causes the blockage so that you will no longer be bothered by it in your current life. During the re-experience, you are aware of what is happening at that moment. In this way, you will gain immediate insight into the experience, and you will increasingly notice it in practice. The degree to which depends on what the experience is. If the background is intense, you can spend a few more weeks processing the knowledge from your childhood or past life.

Duration and cost of a session

Sessions, including preparation and aftercare, often last around 2 hours. Sometimes you find out what it is all about in one sitting, and you can be enabled to solve it, and sometimes you need several sessions. This cannot always be determined in advance. A session of a total of around 2 hours costs, on average, between € 80 and € 120. Sometimes a part can be reimbursed through health insurance.

Guidance session

It is not a commercial thing that anyone who wants to have a “fun” experience can feast for themselves. It is a serious matter, and the real professional who will guide you will, therefore, not just cooperate. It is, therefore, important that you choose someone skilled in hypnosis and the spiritual world and, therefore also guide you through a fierce process.

He / she will have to be with you continuously and to be able to protect you against potentially too big steps. To find the right counselor, the ‘via-via’ generally works best, because then there are already people who have a positive experience with a counselor.

How’s the process going?

Preparation

The therapist will first put you at ease, and then the specific question or what you want to be discussed is discussed. The therapist must tune in to you and at some point he / she will bring you into the light trance.

The depth

The trance means that you can still hear everything and slowly you go into the depth to descend to where you want to have insight or where the blockade is. You do not know in advance what to expect. The supervisor who brings you to the moment that matters is very important. After all, he / she will also have to get you out again when it gets too intense or help you take the next step in the process. The more he / she sees what you see, the better it works.

The experience is real. From the third person where you only look at the process, you are suddenly in the middle of it and you relive the moment that matters. This can be very intense moments, from pain to fear or deep sorrow. Sometimes you also have to protect the guidance, especially if it is a past life where ‘lost’ souls, for example, guide you unwantedly in this life.

But it can also be about something you notice in this life (a way of acting that you cannot explain, for example, or your unconscious desire for something that actually does not fit into your life at all). It may be something from your early childhood that has been repressed or taken from a previous life.

Aftercare

The moment you relive the important moment, the supervisor can get you back. This is done in a calm manner. You slowly come out of the depth and step back into the present in peace. Heavy or not, you must always give your re-experience a place and that takes time. You usually have to relax, have a drink and discuss your experiences with the therapist.

Then you are not done with it yet, because it has to “land” in your current life the following weeks. A very deep sleep after an intense session, for example, is a moment when your body needs to recalibrate (this comes naturally). In fact, your body says that what you have gone through has gone well. You are as it were healed for what you went through. Slowly you will notice the difference in your life.

Finally

Regression therapy is not something you “do”. If you have a blockage that cannot be explained and resolved, regression therapy may be a possible solution. Do not see it as “fun” to agree. It is therefore justified that many regression therapists do not want to cooperate with it. But that it can work is a given.

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