Those in the fields of hypnosis and those who explore the fascinating nature of the subconscious mind have often seen the powerful imagery and emotion that can arise from the use of non-ordinary states of consciousness.  Knowing that this part of our mind is remarkably powerful, creative and emotional, and knowing that it is said not to be able to discern fact from fiction, what sense can we make of the phenomena experienced in hypnosis known as past-life regression?  Are these memories actually really past-lives or are they simply the results of the metaphors and stories that the subconscious can so easily elicit and respond to?  And in the end, does it really matter if a person is helped?

On Monday, January the 30th, 2012 at 7:00pm, Matthew Brownstein, CHt the founder, executive director and lead instructor of the Florida Institute of Hypnotherapy will explore these intriguing questions during the school’s free online self-improvement classes.  Using the Institute’s advanced distance learning system, Matthew will guide the group through discussions and sharing about the exciting nature of working with what appear to be past-life memories while a person is in hypnosis.  This class will explore the theories of reincarnation, karma, transmigration and the oversoul, while explaining how a past-life regression is facilitated and how it brings about positive change in people’s lives.

The class will then explore the nature of the subconscious mind as the storehouse of not only memories, yet also how it is the seat of our imagination, emotions and creativity.  Without coming up with any formal conclusions, participants will be asked to contribute their opinions and experience as together we look into the modality of past-life therapy in action. Login to and click on the free self-improvement class link for more information or call 800-551-9247 to gain access to this free class and to all past and future recordings.