Hypnosis is simply a very relaxed state of mind. Under hypnosis you will be more susceptible to suggestions.
Hypnotherapy is a powerful method to conditioning the mind to change. It is the giving of therapeutic suggestions to the subconscious while in the state of hypnosis.
Hypnosis can be used in Education, for example recall and study. In Sports for concentration and skills, and in Business for motivation and public speaking. The biggest use of hypnosis is for a large variety of personal problems including physical and mental health, sexual health, phobias and pain management.
Yes it definitely can. Hypnosis is a powerful method for conditioning the mind to change. It is also a state in which a person is susceptible to suggestions.
When positive powerful suggestions are given and accepted by the subconscious mind they are acted upon immediately and cannot be rejected by negative thoughts. In the hypnotic state the mind is more able to concentrate, image and remember. This is why while you are in the relaxed state of hypnosis your mind will accept new patterns of thinking.
• You will be very relaxed and your breathing slow and regular.
• The same feeling as you drift off to sleep at night or when you wake up on a Sunday morning and you just can’t be bothered to get up even though you can hear things going on around you.
• Same type of phenomenon as a daydream.
• Roughly halfway between sleep and awake.
• Your body will feel still and calm and your muscles loose and limp.
• Couldn’t move even if you try and couldn’t even be bothered to try.
• You could feel heavy or light in certain parts of your body.
• You will experience a very deep relaxed feeling.
• There is a disorientation or distortion of time. You might feel like it was four to five minutes when in fact it was more like fifteen or twenty.
• You could think you are fully aware of what the hypnotist said and even though it feels as if it is on the tip of your tongue you cannot repeat it.
• Some people believe they have not being hypnotised because they are convinced they could have opened their eyes at anytime.
No you don’t. When you are hypnotised you are only in a heightened state of concentration and focussed attention. You do not lose your free will or personal strength. You are never under the hypnotist control and the hypnotist cannot make you do anything you don’t want to do. If the hypnotist gives you an unacceptable suggestion you will simply reject it.
You are never put into hypnosis but guided into hypnosis and you are in control at all times.
Everyone can be hypnotised. The ability to go into hypnosis is associated with the subject’s ability to concentrate. The hardest people to hypnotise are the very old, very young children and mentally retarded people. If a person’s concentration is impaired the induction procedure to help them into hypnosis could be hindered.
Different techniques are used for helping people into hypnosis. The only person that cannot be hypnotised is a person that chooses not to – it does not mean that he can’t be hypnotised.
Hypnosis is harmless and a hypnotist cannot persuade you to do anything against your will or moral values. You will only accept suggestions that you have decided are good for you and will reject any suggestions that you are against. Alternatively if the hypnotist gives you an unacceptable suggestion you could come out of hypnosis. Medical literature can confirm that hypnosis is not dangerous at all.
You cannot get stuck in hypnosis. No one has ever been taken someone to the emergency room because they are stuck in hypnosis. If the hypnotist fails to wake you up, you will wake up by yourself.
In the hypnotic state you are never under the hypnotist control. It may seem to be true with a stage hypnotist but this is only the case with people that we call deep trance subjects. These people are only about 10% of the population. The stage hypnotists uses a test whereby he can find out which ones of the volunteers are this sort of subject and utilises this ability in such a way that people think he has special powers.
You most certainly can. A lot of people feel they are doing something they don’t want to do, or they want to do something that they feel they should be able to do, but can’t. Hypnosis is a very effective method that can be used to help a person change. It helps get past the thinking of the mind that typically stop change or says, “I can’t change.”
• You will accept suggestions that can change you in positive ways.
• You can learn and process information faster.
• You increase your concentration
• You will be more able to remember things – often things that you hadn’t thought of for a long time or even things that we forgot
All you have to do is place yourself in a comfortable position, close your eyes and listen to the recording. I will be giving you clear and easy to follow instruction.
For the best results you should listen to the therapy once every third day for at least twenty days. If you feel you want to listen to it more often, go right ahead.
You should notice a change almost immediately. Because most problems have taken years to develop, it sometimes takes a bit longer for changes to happen. If you truly want to change your life, reinforce the suggestions by listen to the therapy regularly and you will be astounded at the changes in your life.
Yes you can, provided you listen to it on alternating days. Do not listen to two different therapies the same day.
Never ever listen to the therapy while driving. The recordings are designed to help you into a very relaxed hypnosis state and driving while listening to the therapy could be dangerous.
None of the therapies are intended to replace medical treatment. If you have a serious problem please visit your doctor.
Listening to a pre-recorded audio or other media is often mistaken for self-hypnosis but it is just another form of hypnosis. Self-Hypnosis is a form of hypnosis, which is self-induced. You can learn to hypnotise yourself.
Everything we have ever done has left a mark on our subconscious mind. Our subconscious mind is like a computer. It records everything we have ever experience through our senses. In other words it records everything we see, hear, touch, taste, smell and even everything we think. The technique we use in hypnosis to assist a person to remember past events is called regression.
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