A regressionist must be able to comfort the client if they are distressed but not too much that the death scene triggers excessive drama. Excessive drama is unnecessary and at best, a hindrance to a productive regression session. The regressionist must also be able to lead the client so that the client remains objective and calm throughout the death scene. Some death scenes are quiet and sad while some can be quite violent and disturbing. It all depends on the circumstances and particularities of the client’s previous life. Remember, only uncertainty is constant in past life regressions. Emotional trauma is possible in the context of a death scene. Learn more at http://pomm79.moonfruit.com/blog/4588864419/Hypnosis-is-Powerful/10581596 and http://lusharson8884.exteen.com/20160306/the-power-of-hypnosis-training
Why? Because we are naturally inclined to avoid everything associated with death. Dead bodies frighten us. Dead animals can make people ill with disgust or fright. The ideas of blood or being physically hurt are also avoided. All these things can cause emotional trauma because we are hardwired to avoid these things from the very beginning. When a person experiences any degree of emotional trauma during a death scene, they may not be able to move from that death scene anymore because that would mean that they would have to consciously leave the dead body so that they may move back in time. A client’s refusal to accept the nature of death and its natural role in transmigrating a soul to a higher level or state may impede the regression. Regressionists should therefore be prepared to desensitize their clients during a death scene.
Desensitization in the context of regression simply means that a regressionist must condition their client so that they will not invest deep emotions to the image of death. Why? Because the death has already occurred in the past and they are witnessing the death as a spirit or soul. They can no longer feel the pain of the previous death and their goal, as far as the regressionist is concerned is to move back in time to learn and not to dwell on images. One of the most effective ways of desensitizing a client during a death scene is asking them to adopt a different point of view. Many people experience their death scenes in first person POV. This means they are immersed in the scene as one of the characters. Unfortunately this means the client will be experiencing the discomforts and negative emotions associated with the death scene. It is hard to keep oneself focused if one is an actual participant in a death scene. So to combat this challenge, you should ask your client to adopt a more detached point of view. Here’s how you can do exactly that. First ask your client to shift their perspective so that they become a spectator rather than a participant in the death scene. They should be able to see everything that is going on but at the same time they should be outside the actual death scene. He should be invisible and the characters in the death scene (which is actually just a past life memory) should not be able to interact with them. If they do try to interact, the client should just ignore the interaction because they do not need to talk to anyone (at least not yet). Second, ask the client to acknowledge the emotions that they are feeling. Acknowledging one’s emotions is much better than trying to ignore or stifle them. Learn more at http://austingosser.bcz.com/2017/01/30/what-i-learned-about-nlp-hypnosis-trainers/