Kid’s Alternate Age Recollections – Brainwave States

Kid’s Alternate Age Recollections – Brainwave States

Alternate Age Recollections in children involves accessing brainwave states associated with being in a trance. There are five basic brainwave states: Beta, Alpha, Gamma, Delta and Theta. Theta is the dominant brainwave state in a trance and as young children are often in a primarily Theta brainwave state until approximately the age of seven, these Alternate Age Recollections are somewhat easier to access in young children than adults. Even up until age 16/17 these young people are believed to be spending proportionately more time in Theta than adults five years older.

Beta: when the brain is stirred-up and actively engaged in mental activities, it generates beta waves. Beta waves are characteristics of a strongly awakened mind. Someone in active conversation would be in Beta. A person making a speech, or a teacher, or a talk show host would all be in beta when they are engaged in their work. There’s a subset of Beta brainwaves called High Beta. Thesebrainwaves are associated with significant stress, anxiety, paranoia, high energy, and high arousal. For example, a debater would be in high Beta.

Alpha: during moments of quiet thought, or non-arousal, and similar meditative states, the brain generates alpha waves. Like a car idling at a light, Alpha is the resting state for the brain. Alpha is considered the ‘power of now’, being here in the present moment. A person who takes some time off to reflect, or a person who meditates, can be in alpha. A person who takes a break from work and goes for a walk by the ocean or in the woods is often in Alpha.

Delta:slow brainwaves, which appear in the sleep-cycle, are Delta waves.  In Delta, healing and regeneration are stimulated, and are considered essential for the restorative properties of sleep.  Delta waves are created during deepest meditation and dreamless sleep. Delta waves shut out external awareness.

Gamma:Gamma brainwaves are the fastest of brain waves, and relate to the concurrent processing of information from separate areas of the brain. Gamma brainwaves pass information quickly and quietly. They occur during peak concentration and high levels of cognitive functioning.

Theta:Theta brainwaves materialize most often in sleep but also occur in deep meditation. Theta is our entranceway to learning, memory, and intuition. Humans naturally pass through the Theta brainwave state twice a day, when they fall asleep into a Delta brainwave state and again when they awaken from that Delta state.

A person who has taken a break from a task and starts to daydream is usually in a Theta state. A person who is driving on a freeway, and discovers that they can’t remember driving the past 10 minutes, for example, is often in a Theta state, in this case induced by the activity of freeway driving. The repetitious nature of that type of driving compared to, say, a curvy mountain road at night, would differentiate a Theta state and a Beta state. The Beta state would be required to perform the latter task safely.

Young children are in a dominant Theta state until approximately age seven.

Alternate Age Recollections and the Theta Brainwave State

Historically, Alternate Age Recollections (hypnotherapy) focused on the Alpha brainwave state. However, contemporary methods involve the practitioner, in this case the Parent or Guardian guiding, or inducing, the person to a deeper Theta brainwave state.
Contrary to popular misconceptions, the person being induced is always in control in the Theta brainwave state, just as a loud noise such as a car alarm can interrupt people from drifting smoothly through Theta to a deep sleep in the Delta brainwave state. The Parent or Guardian isn’t ‘doing anything’ to the child, the Parent or Guardian just facilitates the deepening of the brainwave state from Beta/Alpha to Theta. Then the Parent or Guardian commences questioning, holding the child in this Theta state through active questioning and engagement and warding off a drop into the deeper Delta brainwave state of sleep.
Once in the Theta state, the child can be questioned by the Parent or Guardian in order to access information about past lives and also to facilitate contact with the child’s higher self to ask questions. The University of Virginia has been using past life information since the 1980s and has researched over 3000 cases. In one group of people’s past lives, information was confirmed with 88% confidence using physical evidence.
Kidsregressions.com have documented cases where a child, after an Alternate Age Recollection session, reports an improvement in their condition, whether physical, mental or emotional. Additionally, answers to important questions can be obtained. In this way, Alternate Age Recollections may be a remedy for many ailments, and can bring clarity to the child’s life, potentially benefiting the child and Parent/Guardian alike.