AyeshaUsman wrote:@SaladinSmith. Could you help me? I don't have any hypnotists around me. I am basically looking forward to a disabling life. I read your comment on another forum where you suggested you could perform hypnosis to help people eliminate their memory of something tragic.
I'm not a professional by any means. I mostly do recreational hypnosis. I'm not licensed to do hypnotherapy, so if I did it, it would be illegal in the area where I live. I do know a lot about hypnotherapy because several of my friends and my mother are hypnotherapists, and I've done a lot of reading about it, but I myself am not.
I don't think that just erasing memory would help here. Lots of people suppress memories of the things they fear. That doesn't remove the fear -- just the memory of the inciting incident.
However, a good hypnotist will be able to take you under and identify what is causing your problem, and then tackle it more directly.
Ideally you'd find a hypnotherapist in person, but if there are no hypnotists in your area, or you can't afford it, you might be able to find someone on hypnochat