I did some reflecting on the session and want to share my thoughts! It was a very healing experience -- thank you for fostering such a safe and comfortable environment. I left with many takeaways that are resonating in the aftermath. One very helpful concept is, you thanked my subconscious for the good job its done in its role in my life - I have never thought of it in those terms and this has already proven comforting to think about in moments of indecision or anxiety that have cropped up, also that it’s been “Good enough” to rely on, at least at a core level, in my life thus far, a concept you also mentioned that’s new to me.
This was my first experience with hypnosis and I am intrigued to explore further. I feel like I quickly entered a notable theta state (beginning of the recording) when I clearly saw a crisp image of clouds. Shortly after “drifting” a bit more I saw a vivid yet brief image of the girl in the pink dress - I was so alarmed by its clarity that I felt compelled to “chase” it or try to discover more even after it fell away. I think if I had relaxed further something else (maybe entirely different) would have come up. Of
course any following statements or descriptions that came about through the session were unfiltered and so quite subconscious, I felt my conscious ego was still decently involved.
l’ve recently been going through what many describe as a “kundalini awakening,” (watching a lot of YouTube videos about it) resulting in a rapid increase in energy, sensitivity of body, and greater awareness. In regards to general sensitivity, I've been realizing that the pronounced sensitivity I’ve struggled with (or against) since childhood is actually a gift, for feeling/channeling energy. Something that’s stuck with me from the session is to trust my intuition and be open to receiving (otherwise
any message-senders wouldn’t bother). I also like recognizing the guru is really within, and no outward energies can affect me or my control unless I let them (no need to worry about "evil"). Also, navigating this increased body sensitivity is why I was struck by my arms feeling extremely heavy and very warm after the session - they were almost "asleep." I think if I can consistently reach this extremely deep relaxation of body it would invite in a deep somnambulistic state. I think it was becoming easier to relax into it as the session progressed (post-bathroom trip!).
Within the concluding deeper theta state the things that came out were also interesting and new - I haven't framed my injuries as consistently due to the fact that I act impulsively (Aries problem) without being mindful of surroundings. Even today I found I walked across the street without looking
(lost in thought) and thankfully there was no trouble but I realized afterward what I had done! So keeping greater awareness in mind will be helpful.