You can run into all sorts of unexpected situations that hypnosis can help you resolve. Here are two??"out of hundreds??"of my cases that you may find interesting. They are excellent illustrations of the power of hypnosis.
Cut Chin Case
In this case, I was both the operator and the subject. It
All hypnosis does is capture your natural going to sleep scenario, while keeping you awake, so you can give your subconscious mind beneficial suggestions.
How does hypnosis do this?
Since the conscious mind, or beta, does not do a very efficient job of absorbing suggestions, the job of hypnosis
First you must either have the hypnosis routines memorized or have them typed and handy so you can easily read them.
Next come a myriad of things to consider: tone of voice; pace of speech; where to position yourself and your subject; lighting conditions; noise conditions; background sounds; where
There are probably more myths, misconceptions, and misinformation about hypnosis than any other subject. This is due in large part to movies, television, and novels that make no attempt to be truthful in dealing with hypnosis. They are more interested in creating dramatic effect than in presenting
- Stop smoking
- Weight control??"i.e. adhere to a proper diet
- Relaxation and stress management
- Self-image improvement, which in my judgment is the most valuable of all uses.
- Overcome Phobias: Fear of height; fear of flying; fear of fire; fear of enclosed places; fear of darkness; fear of
What follows is just a mini-sample of possible suggestions for various purposes to give you an idea of what hypnotic suggestion is all about.
Your aura radiates from you with the strength and colors that you decide by your mental, physical, and emotional condition. You choose to be in
Exactly what is hypnosis, or more accurately, self-hypnosis?
Self-hypnosis is a self-induced, altered state of mental consciousness that allows you to give constructive suggestions directly to your subconscious mind.
More simply put, you cause your brain frequency to slow down to the range of
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