Ego strengthening was used, followed by age regression, and the affect and somatic bridges to access the past.
What does AR stand for?
AR stands for Age Regression
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In a few instances with certain highly hypnotizable subjects, I have worked with age regression.
Hynotherapists frequently take patients through age regression in their own lifetime to explore deep-seated fears and anxieties from childhood, and Anne says past life regression simply takes this process one step further.
The involvement of hypnosis and age regression prompt the natural inquiry into whether these techniques produce authentic memories.
Moreover, apart from some brief remarks about hypnosis and hypnotic age regression early in the book, Pasricha offers no discussion at all of dissociative phenomena, the numerous and striking parallels between multiple personality disorder and reincarnation cases, and several centuries' worth of evidence suggesting that dissociative states are psi-conducive.
We review the literature on traumatic memory, and the reliability of hypnotic age regression to pre- and perinatal experience.
By using the technique of hypnotic age regression, the hypnoanalyst may help patients recall and work through traumatic prenatal, birth, and immediate postnatal experiences.
Explores the application of hypnosis to eating disorders, reviewing the research published over the last decade, and discusses the increasing awareness of the value of hypnosis as an adjunct to therapy, especially in the treatment of bulimia, such as the importance of the ego-dissociation mechanism and the roles of age regression, abreactions, and catharsis.