Isa Gucciardi, M.A., C.Ht.
Isa Gucciardi describes combining hypnosis, past-life therapy, depossession/entity release, and soul retrieval in the treatment of a client. She suggests that combining these modalities as needed can get better results than using only one or two alone.
My work as a hypnotherapist takes me to many times and places in my clients’ psyches. I use many tools to help people discover the origin of the problems they come to me for help with. My work is inspired by some of the studies that Irene Hickman, Edith Fiore, William Baldwin and Michael Harner have presented on spirit depossession, past-life regressions and soul retrieval, but I have found that most sessions do not confine themselves into the neat patterns which these researchers have delineated. After listening to a client’s description of the problem, I never try to second-guess the cause of a particular presenting symptom, nor do I find that assigning a diagnosis to the problem is particularly helpful.
In fact, in my experience, a diagnosis tends only to muddy the waters of healing. I have had clients come to me with a diagnosis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Attention Deficit Disorder, assigned to them by medical doctors or psychiatrists, who needed two or three sessions just to disidentify themselves with the neat little label they had fit themselves into to please the medical establishment. They needed to move away from medical definitions of negative dysfunction in order to allow themselves to touch the reality of the origins of their symptoms.