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Hypnosis Training Video #328: Hypnotic Age Regression for Trauma; Making Suggestions More Powerful with the Segue, Compounding, and Age Progression

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Hypnotic Age Regression for Trauma; Making Suggestions More Powerful with the Segue, Compounding, and Age Progression

Happy Hypno-Tuesday! Brenda Titus joins us on this episode of Hypnosis Etc. on www.CalBanyan.com. Cal wears a "hypnotic" shirt that will amaze. You will see what I mean.


The first topic Cal and Brenda cover is about age regression and trauma. Ella M from the Ask Cal group on OurHypnoSpace has read that age regression and trauma don’t mix and wonders if Cal approaches clients differently or uses methods other than 5-PATH® when dealing with trauma or PTSD. Cal agrees that you should not mix age regression with trauma when you don’t know what you’re doing. Cal then goes on to explain how he uses 5-PATH when dealing with clients that have experienced traumatic experiences even if he isn’t aware of the traumatic event. Brenda expands by sharing her experiences using 5-PATH hypnotherapy to help victims of sexual assault and abuse.

The second question comes from an experienced hypnotherapist on the 5-PATH® Yahoo! Group. The 5-PATHer saw a client for bruxism and felt like the client was progressing through phases 1-4 and passing each of the checks and balances very well, however, the client went home and was still clenching her teeth. The 5-PATHer is wondering what you do when 5-PATH® sessions were "successful" but don’t resolve the problem. Cal goes on to explains how he would use the "segue", compounding, and age progression to make sessions more powerful, and uses bruxism as an example.

Today’s Discussion Points:

  • Using Age Regression when dealing with trauma in clients and how to do it the 5-PATH® way
  • Brenda announces the topic she’ll be covering in future podcasts
  • Using The Segue, compounding, and age progression to be more effective
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7 Reader Comments to Hypnosis Training Video #328: Hypnotic Age Regression for Trauma; Making Suggestions More Powerful with the Segue, Compounding, and Age Progression

  1. Brenda Titus May 14, 2013 at 12:55 PM

    I hope everyone gets some great information from this episode!  I’ve already used Cal’s suggestions for including the segue in my Age Progression work, and it really helped bring everything home for the client more than I had been able to do in prior sessions with the same client.

  2. lydia May 15, 2014 at 10:43 AM

    Hi,
    in regards to the idea that a client shouldn’t go through a trauma again is just wrong haha.

    Seriously though, I believe that people are reliving their traumas everyday by their behaviors. Smoking to much , drinking to much..clinching the jaw. Anything to distract from the feeling they don’t like. That feeling came from somewhere..
    Also a trauma to a child could be Gramdma breaking her favorite snoopy cup.

  3. Brenda Titus May 15, 2014 at 11:54 AM

    You are so right Lydia, they are reliving their traumas, manifesting every day- amazingly, sometimes they don’t realize it (or don’t know what to do about it). You have such an excellent point about the nature of the “trauma.” So often, when I am doing Age Regression work, we might visit the obvious “trauma,” but when we continue to do our work, it’s very often the tiny seed that gets planted that the client doesn’t realize- like Grandma breaking that Snoopy cup! I see it every day, which is exactly why we need to bravely do the age regression, bring it up to the surface, because there’s no reason to hang onto that, is there? 🙂

    Thank you for your comment!

  4. Susan Mundy July 22, 2015 at 9:54 PM

    Hi Cal & Brenda,

    Another episode filled with gold nuggets of information. Thank you.

    Both interesting questions today, I understand the first one very well, as I also completed the Rewind Technique training some time ago. I never use it at all since 5-PATH. Ahhh…the money I’ve spent on training that I never need to use anymore

    The second question was excellent, well, really the answer was! Thank you so much Cal. A great reminder about segue and DS with a fine example (love your examples). Now, I think I’ll revisit the DS podcasts…

    Thank you again for everything you do.

    Susan

  5. Cal Banyan, MA, BCH, CI, DNGH July 23, 2015 at 5:28 PM

    There’s GOLD in them old podcasts! With 5-PATH you have a truly universal system.

    Enjoy!
    Cal

  6. Donna Bloom April 18, 2017 at 6:28 PM

    Watched this episode 3 times over the last few days. Cal and Brenda are brilliant. A great episode to review! My advice is to take notes for the golden nuggets.

  7. Anna Siljama September 27, 2017 at 11:22 PM

    Hi Cal,
    Found another one. The ‘click to play audio only’ link is broken to this podcast.

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