Another major reframing that can take place in hypnosis involves the concepts and memories regarding our parents. It is implied as a part of our human condition to expect to have an inalienable right to possess perfect parents. Though, no one is privileged to have them. Still, we handle our disenchantment either by refusing to recognize that our parents as not always perfect by being angry with them or by feeling victimized.
When we reject our parents because of their imperfections, we lose the opportunity to acquire what they can give. When we turn away from them we disrespect the tolerance that they have given us. We leave them feeling alienated after their lifetime of what they assumed to be devotion to their children. Nothing enhances another’s life so much as a morsel of kindness and warmth, which is lost adhering to resentment regarding our parents’ imperfections. In hypnosis, together, we re-evaluate and reframe these misrepresented childhood judgments.