What Dreams Tell You about Past Life Experiences

You wake up in the morning from a dream that you know means something but you can’t figure out and then it fades away. You want to know more but you just can’t remember it. The dream nags at you all day and you have this feeling that there’s something to it. Then you go to sleep again and it all comes back to you, like a continuance of the night before and when you wake up, it’s gone again. Déjà vu happens throughout the day and you can’t figure out why. This frustration can be solved by hypnosis. Your past life experiences could be trying to speak to you through your dreams.

Start a Dream Journal

Start out the process of working through your dreams with a dream journal. Keep a notebook by your bed to jot down dreams as soon as you wake up.

  • Write down significant images and things that jump out at you right away.
  • Even words without sentences can help. If you remember it, write it down.
  • The memories don’t have to create a story. Your hypnotherapist can help guide you through these dreams to see if they lead to the memory of past life experiences.
  • Nightmares count. These kinds of dreams can keep occurring if they’re not resolved, trying to deliver a message about your present life.

This step is not necessary but it can assist your hypnotherapist in figuring out where to begin when trying to discern what your dreams are telling you about your past lives and if the experiences are impacting your present life. Through these journal entries, you could get right on the path of the messages that your past lives are telling you instead of walking blindly.

Open Trust

This transpersonal journey is about your spiritual self. It’s about positively impacting your present life through past life experiences. The unknown can be a difficult void to dive into but you can trust hypnotherapist to be your guide. She will take you through your dreams and help you to understand how they may be a connection to a past lives, learning about where you’ve been and what that means for your future. There is nothing to be afraid of with this journey. In the end, it’s all about you and you’re the one with the control.

After Your Sessions

As with a dream journal, you may want to bring a notebook with you to your hypnotherapy sessions. The memory of past life experiences that happens while you are under hypnosis will be something that you remember when you wake up, but having a written account in your own words to take with you could help you continue to make sense of it after you leave your session. When you dream again, you’ll have something to refer back to and be better able to utilize the tools that your hypnotherapist teaches you. Remember, all hypnosis is self-hypnosis so you can use the same techniques at home when your hypnotherapy sessions are over.

Hillary is a graduate of The Florida Institute of Hypnotherapy (FIH), licensed by the Florida Department of Education, the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges, and The American Council of Hypnotist Examiners (ACHE). The ACHE is one of the oldest and most respected organizations of Hypnotherapy Training and Certification in the world.

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