Interviews with Hypnotherapist Carlita Shaw

  1. Carlita interviewed on International Living Radio, Listen here to an excerpt here

2. Hypnotherapist Carlita Shaw discovered her passion early

Posted By Admin | originally Published: August 12, 2012 01:58

By Susan Schenck (Interview By Susan Schenck, writer for “Cuenca HighLife” and “The Miami Herald”,  Expert Author on Raw Foods).

Q: What do you offer the community here in your practice?

A: I offer past life regression, clinical hypnotherapy, healing trauma, transforming eating habits, Hypnotherapy for Eating disorders, Hypnotherapy for Gut Issues, Hypnotherapy for Diabetes, Hypnotherapy for all Health issues and Well-being, Hypnotherapy for Grief and Depression, Hypnotherapy to Implement Lifestyle Changes, I also offer Counselling for Depression and Trauma, Guided meditation in group settings, Gluten Free Living and Spiritual Earth Wisdom Ceremonies which is rooted in ancient secret Peruvian Andean Shamanic Wisdom.

I have had a longstanding interest in alternative health and medicinal products, due to re-occurring tumours and health issues since I was very young, which is why I practice healthy eating, qigong and hypnotherapy and why I have survived five tumours when I was younger, healed septicaemia, malaria, and other health challenges.

Q: What got you into the practice of hypnotherapy?

A: Ever since I was a young child, I have had abstract experiences rooted in spiritual experiences. When I was 14, I had an operation to remove a large tumour and had an out-of-body experience during the operation. On a journey with another being, I saw a grid with large white spheres floating above random squares across a large expansive area. I was taken to random spheres, each containing a fragment of my life in the past, present, and future. Some of those spheres contained situations that had occurred in my real life, though some hadn’t, kind of like Nassim Haramein’s research and the quantum physics of particles being in any one place at any time, this is also connected to parallel universes and I often feel I am opening portals to parallel dimensions during a Past Life Regression with hypnotherapy clients.

Q: How did you wind up in Ecuador?

A: I am also a wildlife biologist and ecologist. The main reason I am in Ecuador is because I ran a foundation called Evolve to Ecology for Sustainability and Rain Forest Conservation. Therefore, some my mentors are mutual indigenous tribal friends and fellow scientists, while others I have personally interviewed. Their work is a fascinating integration of new alternative Earth energies, ancient Earth and Cosmic Wisdom combined with quantum science, consciousness, exopolitics, free energy, and other repressed sciences. These people are paving the way for an awakening of humanity with the research of scientists at the Institute of HeartMath, along with Susan Joy Rennison, Dr. Donald Epstein, Nassim Haramein, Dr. Eugene Jussek, Dr. Brian Wiess, Mary Rodwell, Neil Kramer, Alfred Lambremont Webre, Sir John Searl, Jason Verbelli, Sir Trevor James Constable, Janis Ericson, Keith Livingston, David Bohm, Ronald Russel and more. We are living in exciting times amidst chaos where the exploration of consciousness, physics, and spirituality is merging into something very profound for humankind: our connection with Earth, the universe and other existing multidimensional life forms.

Q: How does hypnotherapy fit into your world view?

A: I feel that hypnotherapy can tap into the multidimensional universe of consciousness and can be used for great healing in a short time compared to other therapies like talk therapy as hypnotherapy bypasses the conscious mind and directly taps into the healing power of the subconscious mind, creating dramatic changes and shifts more quickly than talk therapies can. We are only just discovering the immense healing potential of the power of the mind, barely scratching the surface of what can be achieved. I have had tumours all my life and am living proof that the power of the mind can heal the body through hypnotherapy and cultivating chi, life force, through Qigong, yoga and Tai Chi.

Q: Where did you learn hypnotherapy?

I trained in San Francisco three years ago with Janis Ericson in 2011. Janis is a master hypnotherapist, she worked with Richard Bandler, who founded Neuro Linguistic Programming, which we combine to use with hypnosis for healing and transforming old habits with new perspective and healing trauma. I also learned from Keith Livingston, who is at the forefront of hypnotherapy.

Q: Do you run into a lot of skeptics who consider this just “parlor tricks?”

I think most people understand that “stage hypnosis” is very different from “therapeutic clinical hypnosis.” Many people say, “I cannot be hypnotized.” What they don’t realize is that they’re being hypnotized every day, while driving long distance, listening to or reading the mainstream news, reading a good book, listening to good music, watching a movie or television, anything we focus on is a form of self hypnosis. Why do you think a TV program is called a “program?” Or actors and actresses are called a “cast?” They cast a spell of hypnosis on the viewer, who becomes hypnotised by a movie.

Jordan Maxwell talks about how Hollywood uses a lot of esoteric and hypnosis techniques on the public, which is why it is a multi-billion dollar industry. Each film has the ability to implant suggestions into the human subconscious by casting a spell, the same reason why advertising is so successful. The human mind is highly suggestive and everyone has the ability to be hypnotized whether they think so or not. The media take full advantage of how easy it is for all of us to be hypnotized and so do politicians, especially in these times. Many are beginning to realize this.

Q: Can you explain why or how it works?

Most don’t understand how hypnotherapy works. I have had clients receive treatment who were skeptical that hypnosis could resolve their issues, but despite their skepticism they were still cured of their physical or emotional issues. And perhaps they don’t or can’t acknowledge it was due to the hypnotherapy working on the subconscious mind. But we do not need acknowledgement, as our job is to implant suggestions so that our clients don’t have expectations during the session, plus remove existing expectations, instead implanting positive suggestions during the session. This creates profoundly positive and successful results.

The human mind likes to rebel against suggestions. My tutor Janis Ericson always used the analogy, “When you tell a child not to jump into the puddle, what does the child usually do?” This is how the human mind is so contradictory. Mostly, the ego likes to step in and mess things around a bit and there are always parts of us that can be in conflict, that are really wanting to work toward the same goal to become integrated. Hypnotherapy achieves integration and inner harmony for such issues by talking to those parts in conflict, and helping them rearrange themselves to become more whole.

So much of our work is being several steps ahead of the ego and logical mind. By passing these major elements of our consciousness and taking a client into deep trance, a deep state of relaxation, we can implant positive suggestions and with this lot of powerful transformation can be achieved. Whatever you want to see changed in your life can be achieved. There are some quite fascinating parallels with the work of a shaman and the work of a hypnotherapist, as the beat of a drum and chanting also induce trance, so that the medicine man or woman can work their medicine on their patient by putting the patient in a trance state and opening the subconscious mind where the powerful work can be done.

Q: What was the decisive incident when you knew you had talent?

I have always had a fascination for psychology, consciousness, and the inter-dimensional, as I had some very abstract and challenging times before I was an adult. I feel that hypnotherapy brings a lot of healing to the fragmented human mind and body, in addition to being an ecologist, and wildlife biologist conserving the Earth. I feel we can help heal the Earth by healing the human mind, as much of the pollution we create outside of ourselves is a reflection of the lack of understanding and healing required within our fragmented human selves.

To be a hypnotherapist, you need to be able to be a good listener, to be able to create good rapport with a client, to build trust, to be intuitively sensitive to a person’s needs and sympathetic with constructive solutions. I have most of these skills. They have been tested by some very intense challenges in the training ground of life. If you care enough about people and enjoy bringing joy, inspiration and positivity to someone else’s life, this qualifies for a good hypnotherapist or counsellor. You just have to have compassion for people and understand that much of our suffering can be healed by creating inner harmony.

Q: Where are you from and what did you do for a living there?

I am originally from the UK. I came to Latin America, primarily for my work as a wildlife biologist and ecologist. Since graduating with a wildlife biology degree in London in 2003, I set up environmental projects and ran a research and conservation foundation, Evolve to Ecology. I developed various projects here with various different indigenous people in the rain forest. We focused on sustainability and ecology. I have only been living here a year, but I have a 10-year history with Ecuador, through my connection with Pascual Kunchikuy, who is from the Shiwiar territory of Ecuador, a territory only accessible by a small plane, I have since worked with the Shiwiar helping them with their conservation projects, bringing them volunteers and writing about their challenges protecting the Amazon from oil and mining companies.

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