Reiki & Hypnotherapy

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Reiki & Hypnotherapy

Humans get sick, need teeth extracted, and have emotional breakdowns. And for all of these health issues and more, we are so fortunate today to have alternate and complementary tools of healing, such as Reiki, to balance and stimulate the immune system, and hypnotherapy to establish deep peace.

Reiki is a form of vibrational healing. The practitioner harnesses the life force in his/her hands and lays them gently on the recipient at specified points. Reiki stimulates one’s natural tendency to be vibrant, and is beneficial in maintaining and extending one’s balance, health and emotional well being.

Hypnotherapy essentially entails bringing someone into a deeply relaxed state from which they can get in touch with underlying patterns that serve to free up physical or emotional blocks. From a spiritual perspective, the potent use of loving-kindness can transform countless circumstances.

Each treatment method has been found to be extremely effective in producing healing on all levels of one’s being. This includes physical, emotional, spiritual and mental levels. So, when both methods are used in collaboration, the healing potential that can be achieved with Hypnosis and Reiki treatment is far greater than that of a hypnosis or Reiki treatment alone. Reiki-Hypnotherapy came about as a way to combine the most effective tools for healing and relaxation

Reiki: How does it work?

The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words – Rei which means “God’s Wisdom or the Higher Power” and Ki which is “life force energy”. So Reiki is actually “spiritually guided life force energy.”Reiki philosophy believes that we are alive because life force is flowing through us. Life force flows within the physical body though pathways called chakras, meridians and nadis. It also flows around us in a field of energy called the aura. Life force nourishes the organs and cells of the body, supporting them in their vital functions. When this flow of life force is disrupted, it causes diminished function in one or more of the organs and tissues of the physical body.

The life force is responsive to thoughts and feelings. It becomes disrupted when we accept, either consciously or unconsciously, negative thoughts or feelings about ourselves. These negative thoughts and feelings attach themselves to the energy field and cause a disruption in the flow of life force. This diminishes the vital function of the organs and cells of the physical body.

Reiki heals by flowing through the affected parts of the energy field and charging them with positive energy. It raises the vibratory level of the energy field in and around the physical body where the negative thoughts and feelings are attached. This causes the negative energy to break apart and fall away. In so doing, Reiki clears, straightens and heals the energy pathways, thus allowing the life force to flow in a healthy and natural way.energy medicine like reiki have been practised for thousands of years.

Reiki by cleansing the blocked chakras and allowing universal life force energy to flow through the person’s body produces greater comfort and relaxation which helps hypnosis healing to work more smoothly. When such session is administered to a person already in hypnotic state, it aligns the body’s energy system with the thoughts of health and well being.

Hypnosis:How does it work?

Hypnosis word is made up of the root hypnos which means sleep. sleep is a state which happens unconsciously I.e you do not have to take conscious effort to achieve it. Hypnosis is state where a person makes conscious efforts to surpass the conscious mind by giving a series of suggestions so that those suggestions can directly reach the subconscious mind. Hypnosis can be achieved in a state called trance which is a state between being awake and being asleep. In trance state the mind is receptive to any suggestions given to the hypnotized person, the conscious mind does not take any effort to contradict it. This hypnotic state or trance state is achieved by first relaxing the person with a series of relaxing suggestions.When the person reaches the trance state, whatever suggestions are given to him they are directly received by the subconscious mind. Thus the hypnotized person does whatever the instructor ask him to.For eg. if you instruct a person in a conscious state who has stage fear to go and give a speech in front of a large crowd the conscious mind steps in and thus the person has second thoughts which are mostly negative based on his previous experiences. Thus he may fail to give a good speech. Now the same person when hypnotized and asked to give a speech, the instructions are directly accepted by the subconscious mind and this without any negative interference by the conscious mind he can give a great speech .Scientific studies have shown that under hypnosis the left analytical side of the brain significantly reduces in activity whereas the intuitive, creative right side of the brain shows an increase in activity. This would account for the increase in intuitive insight and problem solving ability often experienced in during hypnosis.By quieting the conscious mind, the hypnotherapist is able to gain access to the subconscious mind and to help to facilitate the changes requested by the client.

In this mode of therapy, focused concentration helps to create an altered state of consciousness or state of relaxation where the patient is unaware of the surrounding. This therapy is commonly used to treat physical and psychological conditions since it effectively relieves pain, anxiety and discomfort, producing feeling of profound relaxation.

Hypnotherapy can be used in many ways, and is highly effective for reaching many goals: from smoking cessation to integrating new and healthy habits, from weight loss to muscle gain, from lowering your cholesterol to increasing your memory and recall capacity, and even removing dis-ease.

Hypnosis is a deep state of relaxation, an altered state of consciousness, achieved through focused attention. While in this trance-like state, the unconscious mind is highly receptive to new perspectives and ideas; thus, it is an ideal state for the use of imagery and positive suggestion to bring about change.

It is also an ideal time to implement other therapeutic processes, namely, Reiki, since the whole system is already primed for change, for healing.

Benefits of Hypnotherapy and Reiki:

Reiki by cleansing the blocked chakras and allowing universal life force energy to flow through the person’s body produces greater comfort and relaxation which helps hypnosis healing to work more smoothly. When such session is administered to a person already in hypnotic state, it aligns the body’s energy system with the thoughts of health and well being.

Hypnotherapy and Reiki not only helps to relieve stress, pain and agitation but also helps the person to have a sound sleep. It enhances physical healing and promotes the sense of mental clarity and calmness. Hypnotherapy and Reiki helps the person to let go of old emotions such as anger, anxiety, etc and allows the person to perceive a positive approach towards life.


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Heal past lives through Past Life Regression Therapy

Discovering your past lives is a fascinating way to understand who you are as an immortal soul living a human life. It enables you to heal the present through the past and can bring great inner peace.

Our past life selves are not only characters in past dramas, but they also live within us today as ‘sub-personalities’. Their ‘unfinished business’ can make itself known through irrational fears, phobias or patterns that are not easily changed. We feel their emotions; manifest their talents; think their thoughts; are limited by their fears and perpetuate their quandaries often without consciously knowing we are doing so.

Can problems from the past be healed?  Yes of course! Past Life Regression Therapy (PLRT) is the answer. Past life regression therapy helps tremendously in resolving them. Regression literally means ‘going backwards’. In PLRT, after getting into the trance state, people subconsciously go back to the time where their fears and phobias are coming from. The issue is then acknowledged and resolved in that life and time, and what they bring back are positive healing resources to heal and eliminate the effect of the issue in this life, using different scientifically created techniques that have been practiced and mastered over years by many experts of PLRT, thus successfully eliminating the fear or phobia.

Not claiming to replace any medical therapies, all that techniques like Hypnotherapy and PLRT aim at doing are strengthening the subconscious mind by filling it with positive ideas that empower us to heal and resolve any issue, any fear, anything which is affecting our life negatively and is coming in the way of living to our full potential, of living a more positive, confident, happy and healthy life. They aim to empower us to get in touch with our deepest desires and to achieve success. They aim to empower us to be the masters of our lives and take responsibility of our selves. They aim to empower us to be stronger beings – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. One may respond better and benefit more from one technique than another. Find out for yourself!

Past life issues that carry into the current life are often thought of as being the result of karma. The wounds and unhealed traumas that we have experienced in past lives contribute greatly to our current life experience and constitute a large part of our karma. To understand how past life wounds impact us in the present, we need to look at how trauma affects the psyche in the current life.

A traumatic event is any overwhelming experience (physical, emotional, mental or spiritual) that has caused an inability in the psyche to integrate it fully and continue in the same manner as before the traumatic event was experienced. Thus trauma leaves a lasting and damaging impression that manifests as a combination of symptoms, including but not limited to chronic dissociation, anxiety, phobias, fears, hyper vigilance, inhibitions, paranoia, neurosis, avoidance, armoring or rigidity, suppression of emotions, emotional or physical numbness, mental confusion and compulsions. In psychological language combinations of these symptoms are classified as post traumatic stress disorder/syndrome (PTSD or PTSS).  

The natural “fight or flight” response is activated when an individual is faced with a threat. If the person is overwhelmed or defeated (they can’t fight or escape) the natural response becomes a frozen impulse — an action that was never completed. The potential to develop PTSD varies from person to person, but when it does take hold the physiology changes as does the psychological state. People with PTSD cannot integrate the memory of the trauma properly. Psychologically unable to integrate the trauma in conscious terms, a part of the psyche becomes ‘split-off’ and stays, in essence, frozen in time. This is what shamans have described for ages as ‘soul loss’ or ‘soul fragmentation.’ This part of the psyche separates from the ego structure and remains that way. When these soul fragments are encountered in past or present life regression or through inner journeying, they seem to have a life of their own. The fragments appear to be the same age they were when they split off. Often they don’t have an awareness that life has moved on, or if they are aware of the present day personality, they are reluctant to be a part of it. The difference between conscious and subconscious memories is a matter of the perception of chronological time. The conscious mind perceives time as changing, moving from the past through the present, to the future. To the subconscious mind, memories (especially traumatic ones) retained there, are happening in the now. 


Sometimes when the soul fragments, the conscious memory of the traumatic event goes away with it or becomes buried with the split-off part. This inability to remember a trauma is commonly called a repressed/suppressed memory. Split-off parts of the psyche do not always leave the energy field of the person to ‘go off’ somewhere. They also can be buried deep in the interior world of the psyche, making them inaccessible to the conscious mind.

In essence a trauma is a scar that won’t seem to heal. This scar then becomes a weak or vulnerable spot in the psyche, seeming to attract to it similar experiences over and over. Traumatized people find themselves reenacting the whole trauma or aspects of it without conscious awareness that they are doing so. This often happens on anniversaries of events or can be a chronic recreation, such as an abused woman who continually, subconsciously, chooses abusive partners. By recreating the event, symbolically or in actuality, the psyche is attempting to gain mastery and completion. This idea of ‘Repetition Compulsion’ that applies to a trauma experienced during a single lifetime also makes sense in a longer timeline — over the many lives of the soul. It would seem that the soul over the course of many lifetimes attempts to heal by recreating in essence or in actuality, traumas experienced in its past. This also needs to be understood in the context of karma.

Eastern traditions that have reincarnation and karma central to their belief system teach about an aspect of karma called Samskara.  Karma literally means actions, and many of those actions come from the deep impressions of habit that are called samskaras. Samskara then is intrinsically tied into the laws of karma that govern the cycle of rebirth. Keeping in mind the nature of traumatic imprints and how they cause continual recreation of the original traumatic event, one can also look at samskaras as trauma imprints re-manifested from life to life. It is the essence of karma to bring forth the actions of the past to the present. The inability to complete even the simple action of ‘fight or flight’ as a result of trauma in past lives is also carried into the present as the soul continues to create from its own wounded place in an ongoing effort to heal. Because of this, the reality is that most of us are born already with some degree of PTSD. Our past life physical, emotional and mental bodies are not wiped clean in-between lives, but continue to recreate themselves in each incarnation through the subtle bodies. This transmission of past physical, emotional and mental wounds constitute a large part of what we are meant to heal in our present lives.

Beside the repetitive nature of trauma, the thoughts, feelings and attitudes we have formed, also dictate how our future is created from the present and past. It would seem that the circumstances of past lives are less important to the soul than the attitudes we have formed because of them. These are the imprints we carry, that are in need of change and healing. What is true for the individual is also true for the collective. Thus the adage, History repeats itself! In fact, look back at history and look at the present. Most of the recorded history of humanity has been one of dominance and war, violence, suppression and exploitation of the weak — you were either the victim or the perpetrator or both! Man’s inhumanity to man has known no bounds, especially in the last few thousand years. If we take reincarnation literally, then by just looking at history we know that each of us carries these imprints as unresolved traumas. It is a part of our collective and individual psychic inheritance that we are here to heal.


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