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On Sep 29, 2017, Mindpro wrote:
8 years old and this STILL has nothing to do with performance hypnosis.


It can do. I've performed with a PLR theme and I know others who do so too. For a simple example have a look at Pastell in M,M & M. If you're going to use this kind of presentation you need to know something about the subject.

I've only just noticed this thread. I'm a hypnotherapist specialising in PLR and I have a few blogs on the subject which you can find at https://barrydcooper.wordpress.com/categ......therapy/

As they aren't connected with performance I won't go into details here.
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The first hurdle with PLR is the fact that once you hypnotize someone to uncover a "past life" you are suggesting just with that there IS a past life. Which is what makes it SO bogus.

Now used as a therapy remedy might be another case, but as for the "compelling" nature of it not so much.
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I'm sure it does bring in money. It's intriguing and people love to hear about themselves. I've used presentations that are kind of, regression-esque, without ever saying it is regression, myself.

I've been told by folks in the metaphysical community that there's a lot more money to be made in this sort of work than in magic performance, as well. I have no reason to doubt them but I've never bothered verifying myself, as I have no intention at this time of catering to that market.
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There is always money in taking advantage of desperate people. If you can live work yourself go for it.
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I know a woman who's hypnosis practice in a new age "wellness clinic" is probably 80% past life regression. That number is her estimate. She does some weight loss and so on, but the vast majority of her clients are paying to go into past life "experiences." She believes it, so do they. I don't, but she never asked my opinion.

I did once see what could have been an interesting premise for a hypnosis show except that the participants and some of the attendees were serious about it. Long story short, I was at an event that turned into a channeling. This guy was presented to us, he sat on a chair, went into some sort of trance,and then he was "channeling" an extraterrestrial entity. He seemed convinced it was a real experience. I thought then and now that hypnosis was part of what was happening. It was a gathering after a fire walk. One of the strangest evenings of the '90s for me and that's no small feat. Lots of stuff happened then and in the time around then (no, there were no drugs involved.) Anyway, I think that someone so inclined could do an act for public entertainment that was built around reincarnation that might go over great in the right circle. Point being, even a thread that goes way off the proverbial reservation might bear fruit for some performer.
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What I find most interesting about PLR is most people always were someone famous or hysterically relevant or popular. Why don't people regress to dung carrier or pee bucket person? Just a thought.
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What I find most interesting about PLR is most people always were someone famous or hysterically relevant or popular. Why don't people regress to dung carrier or pee bucket person? Just a thought.


I'm afraid that's a myth. I've carried out many regressions and almost all of the lives that came up were perfectly ordinary.

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Inspector Howell is a 32 year veteran of the Texas State Police,


32 years with an agency disbanded in the 19th century. Neat trick.
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What I find most interesting about PLR is most people always were someone famous or hysterically relevant or popular. Why don't people regress to dung carrier or pee bucket person? Just a thought.


I'm afraid that's a myth. I've carried out many regressions and almost all of the lives that came up were perfectly ordinary.

Barry


I can't argue with your experiences and believe you completely. However a few people I know have been so called PLR and always were somebody popular. My Mom the Queen of Sheba, my brother Rodrigo de Bastidas, a past girlfriend Marilyn Monroe. Just saying.
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I can't argue with your experiences and believe you completely. However a few people I know have been so called PLR and always were somebody popular. My Mom the Queen of Sheba, my brother Rodrigo de Bastidas, a past girlfriend Marilyn Monroe. Just saying.


Sounds unlikely to me. Did they all go to the same hypnotist?
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On May 24, 2018, Senor Fabuloso wrote:

I can't argue with your experiences and believe you completely. However a few people I know have been so called PLR and always were somebody popular. My Mom the Queen of Sheba, my brother Rodrigo de Bastidas, a past girlfriend Marilyn Monroe. Just saying.


Sounds unlikely to me. Did they all go to the same hypnotist?


As "unlikely" as it may sound, it's MY experience with family and friends.
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Hypnosis is not considered as reliable evidence for reincarnation, but there are many studies with young children which are hard to explain away.Have a look here for some pioneering work:

https://www.near-death.com/reincarnation......son.html
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