Is Regression Hypnosis Safe?Reliving the past can have many unexpected consequences.
Regression hypnosis is where the client goes back to their past experiences and relives them while in hypnosis. Some believe that re-living traumatic experiences in regression hypnosis helps the client heal. However, regression may harm the client. There is a risk that the client responds badly to the hypnotic regression. Reliving the past can have many unexpected consequences. Memories are very unreliable. The police will agree that eye witness testimony is the least reliable evidence. That reliability plummets even further with the passage of time and life experience. The way the client interprets the story that is re-lived can also have negative impacts on the client and their relationships.
If you are considering regression hypnosis or past life regression, make sure you see a very experienced hypnotist who has advanced training in the area of regression.
A skilled hypnotist has many safe ways to help people make their lives better. What really matters is your current life, and what you are going to do next. So why take the risk of doing regression hypnosis?
Robbie Spier Miller, the Director of the Burlington Hypnosis Centre and Hypnosis Training Canada is part of an international network of leading hypnotists using systems that have helped tens of thousands of people lose weight, stop smoking and change other habits with hypnosis.
She is a Certified Hypnotist and Certified Instructor with the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH), a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and NLP Trainer with NFNLP, and a Life Coach. In addition, she is certified as a Smoking Cessation Specialist by the International Hypnosis Federation (IHF). She is also a certified member of the International Medical & Dental Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA).
Robbie is on the Master Hypnotist Society Canada, providing world class hypnosis and hypnotherapy training for personal and professional development. www.burlingtonhypnosis.ca