Truth About Past Life Regression

My advise is to pay attention to what you are doing and do not allow your ego to get the best of you. It will be your downfall. The hand clasp is usually used following a successful lean back/come forwrd exercise. Tell your subject that in orderforthis exercise to be successful, he must keep his individual attention on you. Direct him to focus his eyes on yours and not look away even for a moment. Focus your eyes on the bridge of your subject’s nose. Learn more at and Then tell him to clasp his hands together, interlocking his fingers, stretching his arms out in front of him. Locking his elbows, squeeze his fingers tighter and tighter. Stress the point of rigidity in his arms. Say very loudly and with authority: Squeeze those fingers tighter and tighter together. . . Tighter and tighter. . . Pressing the fingers against the backs of your hands . . . Tighter and tighter, tighter and tighter . . . So tight that they are becoming stuck together. . . Stuck. . . Tight. . . So tight they are becoming locked together . . . Locked together. . . Locked together so tightly that no matter how hard you try, you won’t be able to open them. They’re stuck. . . Locked. . . You can’t open them . . . Try but you can’t. The harder you try, the tighterthey stick. . . The harder you try, the tighterthey lock. . . See, you can’t open them . . . But, now you can . . . Now you can let go. Do not give the challenge until you are sure you have your subject’s complete attention and you are sure those fingers are tightly locked together. When you see their knuckles turning white, you can now be assured that they are ready for the challenge. This is when their circulation is impaired and it is difficult for them to move their fingers or hands. If he breaks the hold, be sure to point out that he is not concentrating enough, by looking down at his hands, or away from your eyes. If he carried out all of your instructions and still did not achieve the effect, be sure to reassure him that this does not mean he cannot be hypnotized. It only means that he did not respond to that type of suggestion, and that he will respond betterto the next exercise. Continue with other exercises until you are successful, then use that style of exercise in your induction or in your deepening procedure. Another variation of the hand clasp is the suggestion: “I am going to count from one to five and with each count your hands will become tighter and tighter and at the count of five (final number) they will be locked tightly together.” Timing is important here. Do not let your subject try to break a hold too long. As soon as you think he is going to break it, suggest, Have your subject stare at a point of fixation for a few minutes. Then have him close his eyes tightly. Learn more at

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