How to stop overthinking with Hypnosis meditation

November 27, 2021

how to let go past memories wiith meditation

Do you always find yourself lost in sad or bitter memories of past events? Why this happen? It happen because when we don’t let go past memories of some difficult events of our life, they often stay locked in our mind, leaving us stressed, depressed, frustrated, or self-destructive. Many people refuse to move on.

Many people spend their life as if “things would have been much better if only that hadn’t happened.” This is, however, your life is. Things will go wrong. This Self-Hypnosis session can assist you in feeling more relaxed about past events and experiences, allowing you to accept them for what they were. You will feel more relaxed after one or two session. Let’s find out about it in detail!

Hypnosis meditation: Letting go of control

Feeling powerless due to problem that has a deep impact on your life can be quite tough to deal with. It has the potential to push you over the edge. Many people experience depression at some point in their lives. Some turn to drink or drugs, while others simply try to escape from their feelings.

It has a negative impact on your mental health. But before you can get there, you must first let go. You can’t change the past, but you can change your attitude toward it. Self-hypnosis can retrain your subconscious mind to think and feel differently about those prior experiences, allowing you to let them go. You can’t erase the memories, but you can eliminate the terrible sensations that come with it. Then you’ll have the mental flexibility to enjoy both the present and the future.

Let Go & Move past It

Different relationships that we form with people throughout our lives can have a long-term impact on our lives. Allowing yourself forgiveness for making the mistake is the most crucial thing you can do throughout the process. When it comes to letting go, nothing is more powerful than self-forgiveness.

Stage 1: Induce Hypnosis trance

A hypnotic trance can be induced in a variety of ways (even an old watch can work). One of the most basic induction strategies for reducing tension and stress can be used by following these instructions.

  • Find a quiet, dimly light place where you won’t be disturbed and sit in a comfortable position.
  • Now relax as much as you can. Remove your shoes and remove any tight garments if desired.

2. Focus on an object across the room

It doesn’t matter what the object is – a mark on the wall, a corner of a picture, it doesn’t matter. Simply select an object that is above your line of sight so that you must strain your eyes a little to observe your location.

3. As you look at your spot, silently say to yourself

“My eyelids are getting heavier.”

“It feels like big weights are pulling my eyelids down.”

“They’ll soon be so heavy that they’ll close.”

Every 30 seconds, repeat these phrases to yourself.

4. Focus on your eyelids

Soon enough, you’ll notice that your eyelids have begun to feel heavier. Feel the heaviness become stronger with time. Allow yourself to feel these sensations rather than fighting them. Allow your eyes to close when you need.

5. Close eyes

As you close your eyes, tell yourself, “Relax, and let go.”

6. Start taking deep breath

Take a deep inhale through your nose and hold it for around 10 seconds as your eyes close.


Make a “swooshing” sound by slowly exhaling through your slightly opened lips. Now let your jaw to drop and feel a warmth and heaviness sweep down your body, all the way to your toes. Continue to take soft, steady breaths. Silently pronounce the word “calm” or another relaxing word to yourself as you exhale. Allow your sensations of calm to deepen for a few more moments as you breathe.

Stage 2: Now it’s time to go little deeper

Now you need to work on the following step if you’ve induced hypnosis or just adopted the hypnotic mindset.

  1. Visualize yourself in a favorite natural setting. Make this location, and include a pond there. A pond that is connected to a quiet river that can be heard from the distance. A tree of some kind, with leaves of a shape you choose, stands beside the pond.
  2. Now concentrate on the colors, hues of light, and noises of the environment, and consider how it makes you feel so calm and safe to be here in this space that you created. Take note of the temperature, the weather, the color of the sky, the breeze if there is one, the smell in the air, and truly immerse yourself in this environment.
  3. Use this phase to properly visualize yourself in this location while also deepening your hypnosis. While you relax in this spot, allow each breath to lead you deeper. Continue to the following step once you’ve created this space and feel at ease in it.
  4. Take a seat alongside the pond and imagine that any discomfort in your body being drained from your body, relaxing you, and being absorbed by the earth while you sit. Look at the calm pond’s surface and note the pond’s reflection; if you adjust yourself slightly, you can see yourself in the reflection as well.
  5. Spend a few moments being more comfortable and appreciating the surroundings before moving on to the next phase.
  6. For a brief period, a strong blast of wind rushes across the area, allowing you to breathe in the fresh air and listen to the sounds all around as it fills the space with movement. Several leaves fall over the water’s surface as the wind blows through the tree beside the pond. Some of the leaves spiral farther and deeper into the air and into the pond as you watches.
  1. The surface on the pond is filled by the leaves, and you can’t see it. Some of them move, rolling slowly across the gently flowing surface, propelled by a small but detectable stream from the nearby river.
  2. Many of the leaves are forming a ring around the pond’s edge, close to you. Observe and notice them for a while.
  3. Start thinking about yourself and what you want to get out of this session. Begin by identifying what you want to let go of. Or of ideas that you’d like to get away from for some time. Or feelings you’d want to not experience again.
  4. As you focus on them in this beautiful location of your imagination now start to place every bad memory on leaves one by one, and as you prepare to let go, see the leaves slowly and steadily moving away from you and towards the portion of the pond that connects with the river.
  5. Keep an eye on how you place each worry, unpleasant thought, distraction, or anything onto the leaves, and how the leaves move it away…. They go away, out of sight, out of memory, leaving you feeling calmer, more relaxed, and at peace.
  6. Keep doing this consciously and purposefully until you’ve let go of whatever you intended to let go of for this session. After that, proceed to the next step.
  7.  Take some time to relax and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with watching the pond clear. Enjoy the peacefulness for a time while you notice the reflection returning.

Other Script example you can use

And as you become more relaxed with each relaxing breath, your desires become more open to change, and they become stronger than they have ever been. Change is constant and never-ending; it happens every second of every day. Changes in your hair, your body’s cells, blood, in thoughts etc.

Stage 3: Get yourself out of this trance

Okay, you’ve fallen into a trance. You’re feeling really calm and peaceful, and your mind is completely clear. You can choose to stay in this peaceful condition and enjoy the benefits of serenity and relaxation. You can also make a suggestion to yourself that will help you relax beyond the trance stage. Here’s what you should do:

Simply count from five to one slowly backwards. “When I get to one, I’ll open my eyes and feel completely awake and refreshed.” As you count, you’ll notice your eyes begin to flicker and partially open as you get closer to one.


We can’t avoid the fact that change is unavoidable. People nowadays experience a lot of sorrow, sadness, and worry as a result of their refusal to accept change. Because they are afraid of change, many of them cling to what they wish to keep. Whether its health, things, loved ones, wealth, or anything else, one thing is certain: it won’t last.

Change is unavoidable, and we have no control over it. The sooner we realize that everything will change at some time, the less irritating we feel or more content we will become. To sum up, if we want to be truly happy and at peace, we must accept the things we cannot change and over which we have no control. Instead, we should concentrate on the areas of our lives where we wish to make a difference. Let me know in comments what do you think about this?

Thank you!