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Have You Ever "Woke Up Screaming in the Night"? or The Secret Power of Hypnosis

You may have heard that the subconscious mind does not know the difference between real and imagined phenomena. That’s why we get scared and sometimes have visceral reactions to horror films, cry at sad films, etc. Our conscious mind knows that we are just watching a film that is not real but our subconscious mind does not. We understand that and still we react, so how do such phenomena affect children and babies? At certain ages the difference between real and imagined is blurred, perhaps nonexistent.

Past Life or MSU?

Past Life or MSU
by Janis KC Jarvis

MSU stands for make stuff up. Sometimes human beings cannot tell if they have remembered a Past Life or if they are just making it up. Once in a while, clients will come out of a past life regression and report that they think they just made it up. Even if while they were in trance, they expressed no doubt but reported the memories in great detail and with an element of surprise. I feel that this notion while it may shock your hypnotist the first few times it happens, is a legitimate response and is still “grist for the mill”.
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