In Release Guilt and Shame, British hypnotherapist Darren Marks guides the listener on a relaxing journey of the mind in order to help one recognize and release harboring feelings of guilt and remorse from the past.
Using hypnosis techniques set to calm sounds, Marks gives the listener step-by-step instructions for how to consider our early experiences of guilt, how to let those memories go, and how to move forward towards a more positive future.
This is best listened to with stereo headphones in a quiet and comfortable space.
Guilt is one of the main negative emotions that all of us experience in life. Although not a good feeling, it is not bad in itself and is a natural experience, helping us to determine the difference between right and wrong. It only becomes a problem when we hold onto past or unnecessary guilt for too long and in such a way that it stops us from moving on in life.
This hypnotherapy recording is designed to help you to release unnecessary or past guilt and shame, so you can fulfill your potential now. When you use this hypnosis recording successfully it doesn't mean that you won't feel guilt or shame again, because if you did something bad in the future I would hope that you would feel the appropriate level of guilt. However it does mean that you will be able to put things in perspective and be able to experience guilt at an appropriate level or not at all in the future, in proportion to the situation in which you find yourself.
In addition to this recording being written and delivered by Darren Marks one of the UKs leading hypnotherapists and NLP practitioners, it also utilizes dual delivery hypnotherapy (DDH) and brainwave entrainment. DDH involves different suggestions or metaphors being delivered separately yet simultaneously through the right and left headphones. The effect is deeply hypnotic and has the advantage of helping the unconscious mind to accept beneficial suggestions with less conscious interference.
Brainwave entrainment refers to the brain's electrical response to rhythmic stimulation. When the brain is stimulated through one of our physical senses it emits electrical charges which are converted by the brain into what we see, hear and feel.
When the brain is exposed to rhythm, the rhythm is recreated in the brain in the form of these electrical impulses. If the rhythm is the right speed it can begin to mimic natural brainwave pat...