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  • noun Plural form of abreaction.

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  • If you wish to explore recreational hypnosis, fine, online is great as long as the hypnotist maintains a pleasurable and safe environment and uses positive framing words the hypnotist at the very least should know how to minimize the chance of and know how to deal with spontaneous abreactions as well - if they don't know what that sentence means then keep on walkin'.

    Life of Brian:

  • The Advanced Hypnosis course covers age regression, abreactions and contraindications, Eastern and Western techniques, meditative approaches, and metaphoric learning.

    You’re Certifiable

  • It also covers age regression, abreactions, emotional ventilation, subconscious reeducation, and the reprogramming of fixed ideas from childhood.

    You’re Certifiable

  • The Advanced Hypnosis course covers age regression, abreactions and contraindications, Eastern and Western techniques, meditative approaches, and metaphoric learning.

    You’re Certifiable

  • It also covers age regression, abreactions, emotional ventilation, subconscious reeducation, and the reprogramming of fixed ideas from childhood.

    You’re Certifiable

  • They get to watch more abreactions, during these days of heavy V-bombardment, than doctors of an earlier day were apt to see in several lifetimes, and they are able to suggest ever new lines of inquiry.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • Most "ghosts" abreactions are the result of demonic activity.

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