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Hypnotherapy,    Regression Therapy,    Depossession (Spirit and Entity Releasing),    Life Between Lives Therapy,    Dream Analysis,  Energy Healing

Great strides have been made in understanding how the mind responds to suggestions. Many techniques involve very little change in the level of awareness from that which the client is used to having. There are no tricks, just the use of an understanding of the brain pathways and the relationship of the conscious to the sub-conscious. All a person needs to know is within him/herself and, with the assistance of a therapist, this knowledge can be accessed. This is what is meant by "all hypnosis is self-hypnosis".

Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy in which the therapist uses hypnosis to assist the client in eliciting certain changes in his/her behavior. According to the British Medical Association definition, hypnosis is "a transitory state of altered attention in the subject, a state that can be brought about by another person and in which varied phenomena can appear spontaneously or in response to oral or other stimuli. These phenomena include a change in consciousness and memory, an increased susceptibility to suggestion and the appearance in the subject of responses and ideas which are unfamiliar to him in his habitual frame of mind."

Regression Therapy can involve a memory from this life or a previous one or it may be information that comes as a metaphor or a connection to an archetype. However it is retrieved, it is meant to awaken you to an understanding of your present situation and just what the baggage is that you have and whether it needs to be retained or eliminated from your life. For those of us raised in Western countries, our earthly perspective of space and time presents our lives in a continuum, linear in nature. This gives us an opportunity to understand our current life and access the knowledge, emotions and sensual data that can propel us forward into wholeness.

Exploring the roots of ones past, whether in this life time or viewed as occurring in a previous life requires time to relax, be quiet and find ones inner peace and trust. It is remarkable what insight and change can be achieved when the analytical brain is set aside and the inner wisdom we all carry is allowed to take control. This is done through the use of hypnosis or an altered state of mind. However, unlike Hypnotherapy, the therapist uses a non-directive approach instead of the directive one. This allows the therapist to assist the client to move back and forth in the lifetime or situation, access several of these during a session, and bridge the information and insights back into the present for application to the current situation thus releasing and healing issues while minimizing any influence on the information accessed. Once the bridging process is completed, the therapist may find it useful to be directive and make suggestions to reinforce the desired results.

Two things that often happen during Regression Therapy are important to the healing process. The first of these is the recognition of patterns of behavior. These patterns may be seen as behavior or situations repeated in ones current life or over several past lives. Recognition of these patterns gives one the opportunity to see what the lesson is and work with it. The second of these is the expressing of the emotion experienced during the regression. Once the emotion around an issue is experienced in the context of its source, a true releasing of that issue can occur. This may mean repeating the experience several times to allow completion of the emotional reaction, but, once this is done, the emotion will no longer be a response to the situation. Examples of this would be the child who is not allowed to cry and express pain or the loss that is not properly grieved for. Going back to cry and grieve clears unfinished business thus clearing a piece of the baggage being carried in the present.

Regression Therapy, like other altered state therapies or forms of hypnosis, is not meant to be a quick fix, but does move the client through issues toward wholeness and integration of self more quickly than some traditional therapies.

The environment of negative messages along with increased social violence and the coercive/resistant "lifestyle" of the home and business world leave some people afraid and confused. At the time of death, this lack of preparation results in their being earth bound. Unaware of the Light or Spirit World as reported in "near death experiences", not believing in a safe place to go or feeling unworthy of it, and often angry about the life they have been dealt, the disembodied person wonders around looking for a place to go and someone to be with. Sometimes they are not even sure they are dead.

Often this is a benign attachment with little influence on the person receiving this new companion. However, those entities with very emotional agendas continued from their physical life can and do bring about changes in the person they attach to who has a similar agenda or is easily manipulated. An example of an emotional agenda is the alcoholic entity. He/she will encourage the person to drink in hopes of achieving those familiar feelings. Should the person decide to stop drinking, the entity will often attempt to sabotage the plan.

Other entities do not attach to a particular person, but wonder about as though carrying on life as usual. This is the "ghost" reported as seen or felt in certain places. These entities can also attach and detach from people causing much havoc. Occasionally it is a family member who stays to take care of someone or, if less then benevolent, continue to "run the show".

In Spirit Releasing, the therapist's goal is to get the entity to agree to go into the Light

There was a time in what we now call ancient history when this type of healing was used commonly by the "medicine man" and many tribal people. Mary believes that this practice will one day be as common among the populace as it was then. It is a lost art, not a new one.

It involves the flow of energy through the therapist's body and into the client's or may mean that the negative energy in the client's body is pulled out. The goal is to help the body be better able to heal itself. As the energy is guided the energy centers called chakras are balanced and energy lines are opened to allow a more normal energy flow. Then the client's aura is stabilized.