My session did not work that way. I was taught how to put my self in a deep restful sleep and then picture my self on my favorite place and as I was in my favorite place I learned to let go of the stress and feel my body relax. I would tell myself when I became fully awake and aware of my surroundings I would feel the peace and it would stay with me.
I learned about remembering my childhood in a much different way.
Both worked well for me.
Kitt, Co-Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*
Karen is right, your mind will protect you and you will be doing the Hypnosis under control circumstances.
Was I afraid of what I would discover about my childhood, no. In fact it was a release to have someone validate what had gone wrong and how I should let go of the feelings of insecurity and be told by my therapist to change my core beliefs as they were inaccurate.
I lost my Mother when I was 18 months old to a car crash. When I was 5 years old my father remarried and I guess you could say I did not have a chance. My step mother's only son had drowned before we came into her life and I feel that she was sadly disappointed as she thought I could replace him. I could not do that and she resented me for being alive when her son was gone.
She also was a drinker so when she got through with me I believed I was just a worthless burden and she wanted me out...................long story.
I learned a lot in therapy. It was not my fault. I was a daughter without a Mother.
Bless you sweetie and I know your afraid but face that fear and go slow.
Go for the hypnosis and just ask the therapist not to go into your childhood past right now. Your CD sounds much like what I learned, how to hypnosis and I had a tape to play. At first I felt stupid going into the bedroom and praticing but after awile it became a ritual. I don't know when I gave it up.
Hey my hubby got 2 deer so I guess he will have meat for the winter............hee heee. Me, I will eat ice cream.
I am glad to hear you are feeling relaxed.
Hugs to you