1. While in a hypnotic trance, the process of taking a person into an imagined version of a potential future. Used for helping to set goals and in overcoming some fears.
2. Hypnotic age progression is an innovative approach that has demonstrated unusual effectiveness in identifying future events of both personal and global significance. The program uses self-hypnosis to induce the trance state during which awareness flows with ease along the time continuum until it is arrested either voluntarily or spontaneously to engage areas that command special attention. This approach is especially effective in identifying future happenings that can be either prevented or minimized through appropriate intervention measures. Crises related to business and personal concerns are particularly receptive to this approach. Note: This approach requires specialized training in self-hypnosis, and should be practiced only under appropriately controlled condition.
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