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'''Regression therapy''', or hypnotic regression, is accomplished in the presence of a therapist trained to induce hypnosis to provide a safe environment for the client to recover repressed memories. While it is fraught with liability for influence from the therapist, as evidenced by the [https://badufos.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-new-investigation-of-1994-ariel.html#comment-form qualitative differences in the results] obtained, the efficacy of this approach has been found to exceed other modalities by far.<ref>''Health Magazine'', February 12, 2007:[http://cuncecuncecunce.blogspot.com/2007/02/does-hypnosis-work-comparison-study.html Does Hypnosis Work? A Comparison Study]</ref>
 
'''Regression therapy''', or hypnotic regression, is accomplished in the presence of a therapist trained to induce hypnosis to provide a safe environment for the client to recover repressed memories. While it is fraught with liability for influence from the therapist, as evidenced by the [https://badufos.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-new-investigation-of-1994-ariel.html#comment-form qualitative differences in the results] obtained, the efficacy of this approach has been found to exceed other modalities by far.<ref>''Health Magazine'', February 12, 2007:[http://cuncecuncecunce.blogspot.com/2007/02/does-hypnosis-work-comparison-study.html Does Hypnosis Work? A Comparison Study]</ref>
  
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"The entities--who seemingly have the ability to significantly manipulate the human mind--are firmly in control. For whatever reason, they wish to limit the amount of information their human captives retain regarding their interactions with them. Perhaps this is designed to mask the aliens' operations or perhaps it is a merciful nod to the humans they take who might be perpetually traumatized if they were able to clearly, fully recall all that has befallen them and will likely befall them again and again in the future. Or perhaps both factors are in play. Regardless, with rare exceptions, anyone who wishes to comprehensively recount his/her [[abduction]] experiences will seemingly be unable to do so, even when utilizing hypnotically-induced recall."<ref>Robert Hastings in ''Confession: Our Hidden Alien Encounters Revealed''</ref></blockquote>
 
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Latest revision as of 18:20, 20 March 2020

Regression therapy, or hypnotic regression, is accomplished in the presence of a therapist trained to induce hypnosis to provide a safe environment for the client to recover repressed memories. While it is fraught with liability for influence from the therapist, as evidenced by the qualitative differences in the results obtained, the efficacy of this approach has been found to exceed other modalities by far.[1]

"The entities--who seemingly have the ability to significantly manipulate the human mind--are firmly in control. For whatever reason, they wish to limit the amount of information their human captives retain regarding their interactions with them. Perhaps this is designed to mask the aliens' operations or perhaps it is a merciful nod to the humans they take who might be perpetually traumatized if they were able to clearly, fully recall all that has befallen them and will likely befall them again and again in the future. Or perhaps both factors are in play. Regardless, with rare exceptions, anyone who wishes to comprehensively recount his/her abduction experiences will seemingly be unable to do so, even when utilizing hypnotically-induced recall."[2]

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References[edit]

  1. Health Magazine, February 12, 2007:Does Hypnosis Work? A Comparison Study
  2. Robert Hastings in Confession: Our Hidden Alien Encounters Revealed

See also[edit]

Dolores Cannon

Barbara Lamb

John Mack

Laurie McDonald

Corrado Malanga

Journey of Souls

Karla Turner

William Baldwin