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Saturday, May 8, 2010
Hypnosis is a pleasant state of relaxation created with words allow the subconscious mind to be receptive to positive suggestions in its thought processes.
Suggestions given under hypnosis are more powerful than those given when the person is conscious, because the suggestions are given directly to the subconscious mind.
Under hypnosis, people are not asleep. They are actually awake. They are aware of everything going on around them and of everything that is being said to them. If asked, they could recall everything that took place while under hypnosis. Hypnosis is a natural state that we all experience everyday.
How Does Hypnosis Work?
Hypnosis allows you to enter a heightened state of suggestibility to create more effective communication with the subconscious mind, the area where all of your habits and impulses are formed. Hypnosis makes it easy to replace unwanted habits and impulses with more positive relaxed ones.
Is Hypnosis Dangerous?
No. Under hypnosis, you are aware of all of the suggestions you receive. You will not do anything that is against your well-being or safety. Should an objectionable suggestion be given while under hypnosis, you would either ignore the suggestion or would bring yourself out of hypnosis.
What Can Hypnosis Do For Me?
Stress is a leading cause of the breakdown in communication between individuals and leading cause of self-destructive behaviors. Hypnosis can help to reduce the stress that can lead to improved interpersonal communication and better thought processes for decision-making.
People who experience a sense of low self-confidence often find difficulty succeeding in their careers, relationships and other social interactions. Hypnosis can help people stop negative patterns of communication and help in creating gr3eater differentiation allowing a person to reduce their emotional reactivity and gain more self-confidence. This allows them to handle stressful situation in a more calm, rational and relaxed state.
Hypnosis is also very useful when used in combination with psychotherapy fore overcoming weight and eating issues as well as releasing undesirable habits that interfere with what you want out of life.
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