What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is simply an altered state of consciousness.
Although hypnotists still give the command “Sleep!” and later “Wake up!” this is a verbal shorthand. The subject remains conscious throughout. He does not become a zombie or black out. In fact, many people report that they actually feel more awake in hypnosis. The mind is more focused and clear, freed of the myriad distractions that occupy it in the state of “normal” awareness. – You have repeatedly been in a state of hypnosis and I will give you some examples: When you are absorbed while driving, walking on your regular way to work or home, when you read or watch a movie. In these moments, you are without you realizing it, in automatic mode or hypnotic state, and this naturally 2. Hypnosis is NOT control. Contrary to popular belief, no-one can hypnotise you against your will. Nor can they make you do something that is against your will. Ask even the deepest subject to do something against his moral values or basic sense of survival, and he will refuse – and may even pop right out of trance. We all have an inbuilt protection mechanism, which will not allow us to go, too far.or get ourself in danger.
Any (normal) person can be hypnotized, if they have a good hypnotist
Imagination, sensitivity and susceptibility are three important components in the ability to be hypnotized. A positive attitude toward hypnosis and a waiting state are key elements to achieve goals and objectives. The reaction we hear frequently and during session, we reached a wonderful feeling of peace tranquillity and inner well-being. We leave this experience revitalized and relaxed. Hypnosis can be used to relieve:
- Headaches due to tension
- Weight loss
- Fears and phobias
- Depression, fatigue,
- Chronic Pain
Hypnosis can be used to encourage:
- The release of negative emotional behaviors
- Self Confidence
- The mood and attitudes
- Spiritual discovery
- And much, much more!