To give a clear answer to the meaning of regressive hypnotherapy, it is important to take into consideration the meaning of each of the words that compose it. In the first place we have:
- Regressive – Returning to previous state
- Hypnotherapy – guided hypnosis, or a trance-like state of focus and concentration achieved with the help of a clinical hypnotherapist.
- Hypnosis, its origin from the Greek and it refers to a deity “Hypnos” that in the Greek culture personified the “sleep” and + osis “condition”, by 1876 hypnosis has been used as an artificially induced condition.
Regressive hypnotherapy is a technique that uses hypnosis as a tool to induce a person into a deep state of relaxation or trance in order to access information that is not normally available in the conscious mind.
Through regressive hypnotherapy and with the help of a hypnotherapist we can focus on areas of conflict and other potentially negative aspects in our lives that must be examined and resolved. Such as: Traumatic memories, sleep disorders, addictions, stress, fears, phobias and compulsions, relationships conflicts, bipolar disorders, cancer, self-confidence, mental/emotional trauma, anxiety, abductions, erectile dysfunction, pain management, alcohol and drugs problems, depression, physical symptoms, unrevealed emotional problems, any kind of magic and so on.
With regressive hypnotherapy you will be able to gain new perspectives helping you to understand the unimaginable with the causes and effects that are active in your life.