- Legal and practical understanding of hypnotically retrieved memories
- Hypnosis Practice
- Investigative, forensic, and/or refreshing hypnosis
- Age Regression
- Past Life
- Missing time
- Expanded memory capacity
- Circumvent repression
- Unknown suggestion
- Personal working model
- Hypnosis as a dream incubation
- Regression is questionable as a memory tool
- The state of hypnosis is like a dream
- Dreams may involve exotic states of consciousness or abilities
- Dreams are inherently beyond conscious understanding and control, but respond to insight and intention
- Dreams lead to healing, insight, and transformation
- Regression hypnosis may be considered to be a set of “dream incubation” instructions or suggestions/tools for establishing lucid intent in the dream-like experience of hypnosis
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