HELP FOR THE GRIEVING: WHAT HAPPENS BEFORE HYPNOTHERAPY BEGINS
At the start of any hypnotic session, the client tells the hypnotherapist what s/he hopes to achieve from hypnotherapy. With grief hypnosis, a client may declare that he or she hopes to speak directly to the dead, for instance.
In many cases, a grieving mother may want to know why her adult-child committed suicide, or a regretful wife may wish to communicate some things with her departed husband. In all cases of hypnotherapy, the hypnotherapist works like a trail guide, leading the client into the recesses of their own subconscious mind and connecting them with whatever information they need to know.
Unlike going to a medium, where a person pays a psychic for messages from the beyond, with hypnosis, the client speaks to the dead directly. Because the experience feels very real, the client then relays whatever he or she sees, hears, smells and notices to the hypnotherapist. That feedback enables the hypnotist to keep directing that client to ask even more questions, to notice more things about what is being experienced, and to gain even more clarity on the situations surrounding their loved one’s demise. Through this effort, the client often receives answers to some of the most difficult life questions.
BECOME A MEDIUM, TEMPORARILY, THROUGH HYPNOSIS
In trance, grieving family members can see, feel, hear and/or smell things they might not be able to notice in wakeful reality. Because hypnotherapy gives them the ability to ask any question they want of their departed loved one, there’s a great sense of “staying connected” to their departed loved one and that helps alleviate some of the pain from separation from the deceased.
In trance, a client can even hold their departed loved one, and experience physical touch with that person who is living in the beyond. This treasured moment becomes something that takes the edge off of ordinary grieving processes.
WHO BENEFITS FROM GRIEF HYPNOSIS?
Grieving moms of suicide victims, mothers of stillborn babes, and anyone who has suffered loss by death of a loved one. That’s who can benefit greatly from hypnotherapy. In trance, survivors are able to speak to the dearly-departed and ask questions as to the “why” they died. In trance, it’s even possible to gather information from departed pets.
MEDIUM-HYPNOSIS OFTEN PRESENTS LOVELY SURPRISES
What many of my clients have learned under hypnosis often comes to them as a surprise. Perhaps the dearly departed appears younger, healthier, happier than before death. Often times they are wearing clothing that the client in trance is surprised to see and does not remember them wearing before.
All the hypnotherapist does, when leading clients through grief-hypnotherapy, is to ask the subconscious mind questions such as: “Now what do you see?” “Is there something else you’d like to ask your … child, father, mother, sister, brother, spouse, dog, cat …”
In the Los Angeles area, I offer “Speak To The Dead Hypnosis” to help people cope with pain, separation, and loss. One session can provide significant clarity and relief. For more information about how hypnosis can help you, visit visit RevampShebang.com/Hypnotherapy.html