Monique is a Certified Hypnotherapist with IACT (International Association of Counselors and Therapists), Certified Reiki Master, Tarot Reader, Empath, maker of Orgonite, incense blends, candles and other wonderFULL items, Co-host of the Homewrecker Podcast, mother, and a nature and crystal lover. My passion is helping others remember who they really are and find the power and magic they possess inside.
Remembering Who We Are
Our minds are complex and fascinating. They can hold memories of all our lifetimes, yet easily let us forget something that happened weeks ago.
Think back and recall how much of your childhood you remember. How far back can you go? Many children are able to see, hear, feel and/or experience things most adults are unable to, things beyond our physical realm. Yet these children are told it’s just their imagination or told not to talk about their experiences. So children put those gifts aside to be “normal” and their abilities become dormant. As those children become adults, it’s as if there is a complete amnesia of those special parts of their childhood. Some are lucky to remember, but many are not, which is why I asked you to recall your childhood memories. Do you remember talking to trees, plants, rocks and/or animals? Do you remember seeing little balls of glowing lights flying around or hearing gentle voices speak with you and guide you or something else entirely? Sometimes it takes a random situation, sound, or experience to spark the memory, but once it returns, the memories will keep coming.
Many Hypnotherapists guide people into various types of regression. Regression can help with finding the root cause of anxiety, fears, phobias, and other debilitating issues, but it can also be used to help people remember. Not by relying on memories, but feelings. You can even try regression during a meditation by just connecting with a positive feeling from your childhood. Allow yourself to go back to the memories those feelings originated from. Explore what your mind shows you and most importantly, trust the information that comes to you. Be sure to write down your experience after while it is still fresh in your mind to help you remember.