Hopefully this will answer most of your questions about hypnosis and how it can help you to achieve your goals and dreams.
Any time you are lost in thought, imagination, or inner focus, you are in hypnosis. You’ve been in “highway hypnosis” any time you were driving along and spaced out. In fact, as you read these words, you are probably in a light state of hypnosis.
Pleasantly drowsy and day-dreamy: like being half asleep and half awake. You are aware of the hypnotherapist’s words but it feels as if nothing matters, like nothing could disturb or bother you.
Hypnosis is the state you go into whenever you are engrossed in something. It is the natural state you go into when you’re learning or thinking. Outside distractions are blocked from your awareness.
Your subconscious mind can’t tell the difference between what you imagine and what actually occurs. Therefore, your subconscious mind believes that these changes have already occurred.
This preferred behavior becomes the blueprint for new behavior. All hypnosis is actually self hypnosis.
YES, COMPLETELY! All hypnosis is guided self-hypnosis.
You can’t be taken into hypnosis without your agreement and participation for more than a few seconds. If anything is suggested that you wouldn’t agree to when fully alert, you’ll pop right out of trance, and probably mad at the hypnotist who tried.
Hypnosis is a natural state that we drift into and out of many times each day. You cannot get ‘stuck’ in hypnosis anymore than you could get stuck in a daydream. You emerge from hypnosis just as you do when you come out of daydream and refocus on your external environment.
NO, ABSOLUTELY NOT! The goal of the therapist is to help the person find answers within and create those inner changes himself. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis.
Contrary to popular belief, a person cannot be hypnotized unwillingly nor will a person follow directions against his or her own wishes when in trance.
You continue to hear the therapist’s words but you will reject any ideas that are not in agreement with your own morals, ethics and welfare. You retain complete VETO POWER even when deeply entranced.
YES. Trance is a naturally occurring state . All people can and do go into an hypnotic trance state naturally. However, it is a common experience to be unsure whether or not you’ve been “in hypnosis”, especially if the trance state was relatively light.
Hypnotists often suggest that the subject’s arm rises or stiffens or that the hands become stuck together so that the subject will recognize that he has indeed been in trance.
The work of hypnosis will be accomplished no matter what the subjective experience.
YES. Susan has been conducting distance hypnotherapy sessions by telephone for more than five years. I have developed techniques for inducing trance with sound cues rather than the visual cues more often employed for in-person sessions.
Since you close your eyes during the process of induction whether in person or by telephone, the experience and effects are the same.
Clinical hypnotherapy is endorsed by physicians, dentists, midwives, psychotherapists, and more.
Hypnosis was approved by the AMA in 1958 for use in many medical, dental, and psychological treatments to provide relief for those conditions found to be resistant to more traditional methods.
Hypnosis can also provide relief from the discomfort and pain associated with certain medical procedures and treatments..
Hypnosis has become so widely used by the medical community, that such prestigious medical centers as Stanford University Hospital , Kaiser Permanente, Cancer Consultants Resource Center, and the University of Washington Harborview Burn Center have in-house clinical hypnosis resources.
Hypnosis is most commonly known for its use in habit control, performance enhancement and eliminating fears and phobias.
Hypnosis is not intended to cure disease but rather to relieve symptoms of illness. Hypnosis has been effective in relieving pain associated with surgery, paralysis, and childbirth. Also, it is widely used to control addictions to drugs, alcohol, food, and smoking.
Hypnosis can reduce stress by increasing relaxation, offering positive suggestions, and eliminating negative thoughts. Studies have shown that hypnosis can help with anxiety, insomnia, phobias, obesity, allergies, asthma, and IBS (irritable bowel syndrome).
It is also found to reduce cancer-related pain, nausea, and vomiting. In hypnotherapy, hypnosis is combined with cognitive therapy (talk and reason therapy) for the most effective results.
Most problems are resolved in a few sessions (four to eight) depending on the complexity of the issue.
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