Hypnosis Clinic and Past Life Regression

First of all, anyone hypnotize anyone. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis because it is always the person who is allowed or not to enter this modified state of consciousness. About 90% of people in the general population can enter this state

Hypnosis is a simple technique in which the patient does not sleep, does not lose the senses, and is not subject to the therapist's will.

Through hypnosis we have access to non-conscious features that have always been available to the patient but were never used by him for his own physiological or emotional healing.

In general, treatments through hypnosis provide gradual improvements and sometimes immediate, costs and much lower limits than those required by less sophisticated therapeutic techniques.

The use of hypnosis has no contraindications, does not cause dependency, has no side effects, does not harm or distorts the will of the patient. 

"Hypnosis happens to all of us, young and old, in day to day and on special occasions. It is a state of being fully absorbed and attentive, to such an extent that the events of the outside world become less important. "

Sometimes the person is able to easily identify the moment of the past that is at the origin of the symptoms of this, however, merely intellectual understanding is not enough to solve the problem, a deeper and emotional understanding that will lead to full is required release of emotions related to this recall.

A work that I do quite often with hypnotherapy is RESCUE CHILD INSIDE. This symbolizes our "I" more profound and true, our wounds that need to be addressed so that the adult can free yourself from past bonds, trauma and pathological automatic patterns that prevent you from moving towards the future as owner of your life and realizing your true potential.




Loss of consciousness?

  1. Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness, but did not lose consciousness. You will be aware of everything at every moment and hear all that the hypnotherapist is saying.


Weakens the will?

  1. His will not weaken or change in any way. You are in control and, if desired for any reason out of the hypnotic state, you can do this simply by opening your eyes. You cannot be forced to do anything against their will. Stage hypnotists the like to the audience believe that they have absolute control over the subject. The professional hypnotherapist makes clear that the patient has full control.


Spontaneous speech?

  1. The patient does not begin spontaneously to talk or reveal information you would like to keep secret. You can talk during hypnosis and the hypnotherapist may want to use a technique that includes conversation to help you with your problem.



You end up sleeping?

  1. Hypnosis is not the same as sleep. Are not you going to sleep. The standard electroencephalogram during hypnosis is different from the electroencephalogram pattern during sleep.


Hypnotherapy can be dangerous?

  1. Since practiced by someone qualified and applied psychological disorders for which this therapeutic approach is indicated.


Past Life Therapy

Past life therapy (DVT) and Memory Regression is a technique transpersonal therapy. The idea is to reframe the existing nodes in the unconscious releasing through therapy. DVT is based on memories ... Regression is a spontaneous process that allows recall, understand and integrate outstanding experiences of the customer. Through the different regression techniques can have access to events occurring during adulthood, adolescence, childhood, birth, intrauterine life and others that still affect the day-to-day.

Regression will be acting in the stages of your life, positively contributing to the full integration of any situation still unresolved, conscious or unconscious, which can still be affecting your life.

What can be solved:

  • Anxiety
  • Compulsion (addictions, food, smoking, etc.)
  • Panic Syndrome
  • Depression
  • Allergies
  • Phobias
  • Insomnia
  • Fears
  • Sexual Problems
  • Migraines
  • Relationships
  • Emotional problems
  • Family and others
  • Etc