The context of the age regression (clinical or experiential) is based on the severity of your issue and what best serves your therapy. Further age regression and counseling sessions are 2 hours.
The number of sessions are determined by the client and therapist at the end of the first session, yet a minimum of three clinical age regressions are recommended for best outcome.
For people seeking to re-experience forgotten happy or positive memories. [$200].
This session is designed for re-experiencing either happy or positive memories. It is used within regression therapy as a primer for deeper memory work. Yet, people have come for an experiential regression just to immerse themselves in a long-forgotten happy or positive time from their lives. The effect revitalizes them.
Every event you've ever experienced has been recorded in your brain through the growth and organization of neurons within it. From the very first moment your brain began developing in the
womb it has been responding to stimulation. If the stimulation was pleasant then your neurons organized themselves for pleasant feelings. If it was unpleasant then your brain organized its neural network to offset unpleasant feelings. The recording and organizing of your neurons continued all the way through to your mid-twenties until your brain reached 100% of its neural growth, but not 100% of its neural potential. Your neural network today is the wiring that plugs you into all the stored images, thoughts, and feelings recorded in your brain. Your recordings can be accessed, re-experienced, and re-recorded. Your brain will respond to the difference.
In a present life/age regression, we go to the moments of your life that negatively impacted you, and through the innate capacities of your subconscious mind, help you resolve the problematic present life imprints affecting your life today.
Jonathan Yorks - My Soul, My Self
Past Life Regression, Spiritual Counseling, Soul-Self Psychology, Life Between Lives Regression
Working through present life imprints is a therapeutic process, and as with any good therapy, it is designed to be short term. Depending on the needs of the client, regression work may also include counseling and coaching sessions.
What negatively affects your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors today come from the moments in your life that left a mark on your developing brain as a child. Each moment that left a mark is a recorded image imprinted within your brain that contains all the thoughts and feelings you had at that time. When thoughts and feelings from marking events are recalled and processed through the present mind, they are redirected through new neural channels within the brain that allow for the resolution and healing of intra-psychic conflict associated with the event.
Marking Events come in two forms;
The cumulative effect of all your marks has resulted in biasing how you think and feel about yourself and the world around you. When you address the events that conditioned you to think and feel as you do, you alter the neural landscape of your brain and change the thoughts and feelings that arise from it. The results are your thoughts remain clear and your feelings intact when faced with past emotional triggers.
The first session is 2.5 hours and constructed as an assessment session to provide client and therapist a framework for further sessions. It includes,
In this session you move into memories of significant impact that are negatively affecting you and through techniques designed to release emotional imprints and resolve mental conflicts, you are guided to regain the lost parts of yourself embedded within those moments from your life.
Single Session Process: This session is designed as a clinical regression that moves through the most recent activating event to the Initial Sensitizing Event (ISE). Therapy is applied based on memory form (see above).
Short-term Therapeutic Process: The first regression is focused on recalling moments from your life that positively affected you. It is designed to be an experiential regression to help you become familiar with the regression process and how you experience memory recall. It also allows me to make any in-session adjustments to language, pace, deepening and suggestion methods that we'll use for your clinical regressions.
All initial age regressions are 2.5 hours. The first hour is focused on gathering information and listening to your life story. What I'm listening for is how your life events have affected your sense of self and how they influence your life today. The next 20 minutes is focused on going over the age regression process, hypnosis, and trance. We do a simple imagery exercise during this time so you can see what I'm looking for when you first move into a memory. The next 60 minutes is the experiential age regression. Time is spent at the end of the session going over the regression and planning for further sessions.
We begin with an initial induction through simple imagery and breath that is the first stage of letting go and drawing your attention inward. Each following stage is designed to compound deepening through breath, physical relaxation, and a series of visualizations that deepens inner focus. Transitioning to a present life memory can occur as a natural outcome of suggestion from the therapist, or through bridging techniques.
The intention of all types of regression is for you to experience your memories in the first person, yet it is not necessary if re-experiencing a marking event is too overwhelming. We are able to perceive memory from a third person perspective, too. A change in perspective doesn't alter the experience. Think of it as the difference between wading in a pool of water rather than swimming in it. Either way, your going to get wet.
For clinical regressions, once you have transitioned into a significant scene from your life, the marking event is explored through the mental, emotional, and sensory impact it had on you.
My expertise and skillset are uniquely specialized to work with the subconscious mind to release mental, emotional, and sensory imprints for resolution and healing. Yet, each client is unique in what works for them. For some, it is the direct re-experiencing of the life event that resolves their issue. For others, it is working through either one, all, or a combination of mental, emotional, and sensory imprints. There is no one way to resolve and heal present life imprints, just your way. My work is tailored to how you heal.