Body Language – Hypnotic Regression

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All I have to add was it took me 3 goes to stop smoking via hypnosis…. and I have full copies of all the sessions… 6 years on I’m smoke free.

I find it a fascinating process, I also used it to sleep better.

God knows why people would even think about trying to get “lost memories” recovered unless they want a particular outcome. Apparently you need to be open and willing…

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Ive heard wonderful things about hypnosis therapy. I really think it depends on the care giver in general. if you have a bad one…it will be bad and a good one will be good. Digging around in memories, i believe to be a sign of a bad one. I tend to think open and willing translate to naive and gullible, when it comes to digging in memories.

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Absolutely correct. I have seen good therapists use hypnosis properly to help people overcome habits or improve some aspect of their lives. I have also seen crazy, manipulative ones with an agenda use regressive hypnosis to suggest and reinforce false “memories” that end up ruining peoples lives. You could really tell with the latter because the created “memories” of the patients would all end up sounding about the same. That is because the source was actually the fantasy of the therapist rather than an actual memory.Found your analysis of the memory eye movements in these cases to be very clear and interesting. Glad you threw in Ms. Pretty Pose to show how it applies consistently and not just alien encounters.

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Why does Ford look like a scarecrow with a wig?

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Could you help me get to the criminal minds section of the programs. Or help me figure out why I can not pull it up. Thanks.

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If you are coming from Patreon, the Patreon one will be up tomorrow. There is usually a delay because we have to create a separate page.

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