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Revisiting Dreams Using Hypnosis

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Have you ever wished to step back into a dream that ended abruptly, leaving you longing for a resolution? Or maybe you were deeply moved by a dream but you're struggling to capture the message now that the details have faded. When significant dream memories slip away, it leaves behind a sense of incompleteness, an unexplainable void. The inability to hold onto an important memory can cause frustration and disappointment that eventually fuels anxiety. Through the power of hypnosis you can actively participate in your dreamscape to revisit the elements and emotions that deeply affected you, bringing a sense of relief that accompanies the rediscovery of the dream.


Hypnosis is simply a tool that allows access to the deeper parts of our minds, including dream memories that may be buried within the subconscious.  When in the hypnotic state, individuals can bypass the conscious mind's filters and access the dreams that seemed out of reach or were thought to be long forgotten. When they choose to travel into their dream world using hypnosis, they are expanding the use of their subconscious and are more likely to recall their dream memories with ease. During a dream revisitation, clients are lead through relaxation techniques, guided imagery, and the power of suggestions to vividly visualize their dream scenarios and allow details to become brighter. Much like in a past life regression, they will revisit specific moments or emotions they remember from their waking life to bring forward the deeper memories. Recalling and analyzing dream imagery in the hypnotic state provides a truly vivid and detailed dreamscape just as realistic as it was when they first experienced it.


As a client is immersed in more of their dream, I will help them integrate this information with their waking reality for a greater understanding of their inner world. They may realize more information, gain a new perspective, or feel a profound sense of closure once they recognize the memory they were searching for. The instant relief that flows through them the moment a long-lost dream memory suddenly resurfaces is nothing short of magical. This often leads to a shift in the mind-body connection bringing with it a sense of fulfillment. Remembering something once thought lost validates our experiences. It confirms that what we sensed or felt in the past was indeed real, reassuring us that our minds haven't failed us. It's a testament to the resilience and complexity of the mind, showing its ability to preserve and eventually reveal what we thought was buried in the depths of forgetfulness.


It's worth noting that while hypnosis is a powerful tool for accessing memories, it isn't foolproof and a client's mind can potentially create false memories. Sometimes, individuals may unknowingly fabricate details or fill in memory gaps with inaccurate information. Although, our minds also possess the incredible ability to blur the lines between reality and perception, and will treat thoughts and imagined scenarios as if they were genuine experiences. Therefore, regardless if the memory is completely accurate is not as important as how your body processes the emotions and releases negativity. Does it matter if your shirt was a different color in the revisitation memory than it was in the original dream? Those that have done a dream revisitation will tell you the experience is still breathtaking and enlightening. It's my belief that you can trust what you see, knowing it is most likely provided by your subconscious for your greatest good and should not invalidate the relief you feel from remembering and reworking the dream.


If you'd like to experience a dream revisitation with me, please schedule below. I'm also available to answer any questions you may have about dreams or hypnosis.








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