Introspective Hypnosis

What is Introspective Hypnosis?

Introspective Hypnosis is a method developed by Aurelio Mejia; it combines multiple hypnosis techniques to create a powerful method proven to treat multiple conditions in just one session. Introspective hypnosis helps people journey in search of the origin of psychosomatic symptoms such as pain, sadness, depression, fears, phobias, relationship issues, and addictions.

Our conscious mind has the ability to remove any events or experiences that might overload us as a form of protection and stores it in the subconscious mind until we are ready to deal with it. In our everyday lives, we unknowingly place these repressed emotions “on hold” for a number of reasons such as social obligations or concerns, issues, belief systems, or religion.


When these emotions are ignored for a period of time, they can manifest as tension in different parts of the body and result in pain, headaches, cancer, tumors, or other symptoms. It is the objective of Introspective Hypnosis to look for those pending issues and resolve them, whether they originated in this life or a past one.

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What causes these symptoms?

Other symptoms can be caused by spirit attachments. Introspective Hypnosis was not only created to help incarnated spirits, it was also created to help disembodied ones; the ones that are lost, confused, or that might have pending issues with the host. Our mission is to help them by treating them with love, respect and affection, by working with them on forgiveness and assisting them to the light to help continue their evolution.

Once the spirit leaves, any symptom, thoughts or behavior transmitted to the host will be gone with them allowing almost immediate relief.

How is Introspective Hypnosis Different?

Introspective Hypnosis tries to focus on events or issues that originated in the current lifetime. If the origin is not found in the present life, then we ask the subconscious to take us to a past life to the time when it originated.

 This method is very flexible, based on the principle that each person is unique. It can easily be adapted to the requirements of each client and each session, in order to look for the most positive outcome.

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