Synthesis of transpersonal psychology, clinical and Ericksonian hypnosis, medical hypnotherapy, NLP, past life regression, suggestions, creative visualization, progressive relaxation, and music with binaural beats (alpha, theta, and delta).
Transpersonal Hypnotherapy is a synthesis of transpersonal psychology, clinical and Ericksonian hypnosis, medical hypnotherapy, NLP, past life regression, spiritual principles, shamanism, and intuition.
Carl Jung developed his theory of complexes by noting the delay time in reaction to associations. The delays were dependent upon the emotional charge of the association.
He described complexes as “psychic fragments which have split off when inner predisposition and outside experience come in conflict.”
In transpersonal hypnotherapy we work with Jungian Psychology, and have divided our work into several branches:
Levels that Transpersonal Hypnotherapy addresses:
We all go through the process of “differentiating” when we as children have to learn how to separate from our parents. The development of our ego is the basic to this process, and it is important that a young person develops a “healthy ego”, which means good boundaries, a solid sense of self, good self-esteem, and similar.
The natural development from ego to trans-ego is a process of transcending. To transcend means to go beyond all mental activity, all thoughts, sensations, and perceptions, to experience this silent state of pure consciousness. It is consciousness in its purest, simplest state—just consciousness by itself, aware of itself and nothing else.
In the trans-ego level, we integrate pure awareness with the mind and sense of individuality, along with the capacity for responsibility. As we deepen our sense of who we really are and orient ourselves toward greater wisdom and compassion we develop skillful ability to help others.