Finding lost items through hypnosis
Have you ever lost something? Remember where you last saw the item but just can’t find it? Looked high and low for it? Usually the harder you look, the item is harder to find and you just can’t remember where you left it! You may have searched for your keys or an item of jewellery and when you looked in the last place you left it, it was no longer there.
We have all experienced this and it can be frustrating! We all live in a world of stress, and with the hustle and bustle of life it can be very easy to misplace items and terribly frustrating to find them. The good news is the memory of your misplaced item has most likely been stored by your subconscious mind. Hypnotherapy can help you to find your lost item by taking you to your subconscious mind where memories are deeply-seated and we can recall particular events.
Hypnosis is an excellent tool to access buried memories. Through hypnosis we are able to quieten our mind by going into a nice relaxed state, usually with visualisation and imagery of a place that makes us feel good and nicely relaxed. Through this relaxed state we are able to tap into our subconscious mind and focus completely on the item and on the details leading up to its loss or misplacement. In this deeply relaxed state the hypnotherapist is able to bring the memory of the misplaced item to the surface by taking the individual back in time and asking a series of questions about the misplaced item whilst in trance. Quite often, a client under hypnosis trying to remember where an item was placed will suddenly exclaim “I know where I’ve left it!”.
However, a lost item is not always due to us putting it someplace and then forgetting where we have left it. Another individual may have moved it when we were not around or may have even taken it. There are occasions when items may have fallen out of our pocket or bag and we would not have been able to see it or be aware of it. In instances like this there will not be a hidden memory, but in hypnosis we can retrace our last steps and we may be able to identify the last place we were or identify who was around us before the object went missing.
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