Regressive Hypnosis: benefit and how it work

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I’m Mauro Russo, Hypnologist, Hypnotist, Expert of Regressive Hypnosis to previous and Progressive lives. In addition to hypnosis, I am also a passionate scholar and lover of metamedicine, quantum physics, law of attraction, mental programming. I carry out individuals sessions, online sessions, online groups courses, conferences and seminars.

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Hypnosis. Regressive or Progressive

Among the multiple applications of hypnosis we also find regressive and progressive hypnosis.

Hypnosis allows you to take a trip to discover yourself, in your unconscious, taking you out of time and beyond space. The utility of being in a different state of consciousness is to develop mental potential, including memories, thanks to the hypnotist’s induction.

It happens in a simple and natural way, because a state of deep relaxation is reached, similar to the half-sleep in the morning (just awake) or in the evening before falling asleep.

The hypnotic state allows us to reduce the criticism and rationality of our mind by focusing on a monoidea.

What happens during Hypnosis

Hypnosis allows you to reduce the confused thoughts of our mind and isolate yourself from the space-time dimension.

The usefulness of being in a different state of consciousness, obtainable thanks to the trance induced with hypnosis, makes it possible:

  • A temporary deactivation of the critical sense understood both as fear of the judgment of others and as self-criticism.
  • To stop the unconscious and uncontrolled generation of thoughts.

Unlike sleep, however, the mental part remains active during hypnosis.

In this way it is always possible to refuse those inductions which it is not considered appropriate to follow up, for ethical or moral reasons.

Thanks to the hypnotist’s voice guidance, the person undergoing hypnosis will be able to get in touch with his unconscious and dialogue with it.

Regressive Hypnosis

During the state of hypnosis it is possible to retrieve information about one’s past, one’s emotions, conditionings and the potential useful to improve the present.

hypnosis regressive

Progressive Hypnosis

In the same way it is possible to use hypnosis in a progressive key to discover the line of destiny on the basis of what has been accomplished so far. This is in order to make the appropriate desired changes.

In fact, thanks to hypnosis, it is also possible, if the person wishes, to find useful information to guide them in the direction they intend to give to their life.

Fake Beliefs

“Hypnosis does not exist. Everything is hypnosis.” – (Milton Erickson)

The American psychiatrist and psychotherapist Milton Erickson (1901-1980) is today considered the one to whom credit for the notoriety and spread of hypnosis in the nineteenth century.

To better understand his statement, just observe the attitude of most people by hearing about it.

Because it is scary

The 2 main fears originated from limiting false beliefs. In reality neither is possible to happen during the regressive or progressive hypnosis session.

  • Don’t remember anything

During the hypnotic trance state the person is still awake and interacts with the hypnotist verbally.

It is in fact in a state of brain waves intermediate between those that occur in everyday life and the phase of deep sleep.

According to the school of psychiatrist Brian Weiss, hypnosis is: a state of relaxed concentration, a “wakeful dream”.

To it, still alive and working, the credit of the diffusion in our century of the regressive hypnosis to the previous lives must be attributed.

In this trance-induced state the frequency reached by the brain waves allows us to be able to get in touch with our true self, with the unconscious, which affects about 90% of our life.

In this state it is therefore possible to expand our mental capacities both to recover memories and to imprint our desires in it.

  • Loss of control

Often both are afraid of losing control during hypnosis and of being an unwitting victim of the hypnotist.

It is a totally wrong thought, a simple consequence of what has been seen with regard to hypnosis, during stage or television shows.

In such shows, in fact, the hypnotic test is only successful because the person on stage is induced to detach the judgment and to focus only on the hypnotist’s voice. So he won’t worry about what the audience can think or say.

After this clarification, it should be noted that hypnosis sessions take place in a completely different way.

Hypnosis sessions

The regressive and progressive Hypnosis sessions  have purposes of personal, spiritual growth or greater self-knowledge.

These sessions therefore have nothing to do with the authoritarian and blatant techniques used during the TV shows

They take place:

  • Only upon request and written consent from the person concerned.
    After prior evaluation of a questionnaire useful for knowing the person (and his mood) who intends to undergo the treatment.
  • Through always gradual relaxation, in a controlled and protected environment.
  • Daily hypnosis unaware.

If, as many mistakenly think, we give the word Hypnosis the meaning of “being unconsciously controlled by others”, we can say that what we call: every day we hypnosis.

  • Hypnosis is the state of presence and awareness.
  • Everyday life is largely a state of hypnosis.

In fact, we spend the whole day or the whole life filling our conscious and unconscious mind with external influences.

They are less blatant than a Jucas Casella show but equally manipulative.

This often happens, in any relationship or daily relationship, for example:

  • Parent with whom we feel obliged or obliged to comply with the request or to make its idea its own.
  • Head of office or colleague who orders us to do something.
  • Partners to whom we feel in a position to satisfy the request.
  • Neighbor who acts or reacts by conditioning our attitude.
  • Gym instructor showing us the exercises to perform.
  • Etc..

Hypnosis – A natural state of mind

If we give the hypnotic state the connotation of “unaware state”, it should be noted that it is not a state induced by the hypnotist, but a natural, daily and frequent state.

In fact, our biological machine takes refuge, automatically and unconsciously, in a state of hypnotic trance several times a day.

He does it for a few minutes, with ultradian rhythms every 90/120 minutes, just to recover energy.

Hypnosis is also the natural state of mind when:

  • We are immersed and absorbed in e.g. in the vision of a sunset.
  • Driving the car we arrive at destination automatically without thinking about it.
  • We abandon ourselves in a relaxed and pleasant way to a daydream, so deeply as to dissociate ourselves from the surrounding reality.
  • Someone speaks to us but we are not focused on his words.
  • We watch TV or a football game carefully enough not to listen to what is happening around us.
  • Etc.

We can therefore say that it often accompanies us in our daily life, spontaneously but without knowing it.

Hypnosis – A millennial practice

Primitive mens used it already in the practice of religious and medical rites, thanks to the change in the level of sensations, perceptions, thoughts and behavior that it generates.

In the same way, some cultures and populations still use it today in everyday life for healing purposes.

The rediscovery and evolution of this practice in our culture and in our age has been possible starting from the studies on the unconscious by:

Sigmund Freud (1856 – 1939) – Austrian neurologist, psychoanalyst and philosopher, father of today’s psychoanalysis.

Carl Gustav Jung (1875 – 1961) – Swiss psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, anthropologist, philosopher and academic, one of the main intellectual figures of psychological and psychoanalytic thought.

Hypnosis and medical applications

Thanks to the benefits that hypnosis offers, it can be used for therapeutic purposes to treat psychosomatic illnesses (anxiety, depression, etc.).

In addition, by medical personnel it can also be used for allergies and physiological symptoms.

It can also be practiced for analgesic applications even during various types of surgery and during childbirth. When used for analgesic purposes it offers the following advantages:

  • Eliminate harmful side effects.
  • Affordability.
  • Repeated use increases its effectiveness, rather than reducing it due to the habituation effect, as can happen with analgesic drug.


Hypnosis is not as some still believe:

  • Sleep.
  • Loss of consciousness.
  • Loss of control.
  • Amnesia at the end of the experience.
  • Being controlled by the hypnotist.

Hypnosis leads to the natural process of the state of trance, suspending judgment and mental chatter.

It includes 2 figures in its path:

The person who spontaneously chooses to go into a trance, an active protagonist of the process in which he takes part. It therefore does not assume a passive and submissive role.
The hypnotist who recognizes and respects the characteristics of the person and his natural freedom of thought. It therefore acts without any authoritarian form or imposing and manipulative methods.


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