How Can Hypnosis Help You Get Better Grades?
One, it can help with staying focused and blocking out distractions.
Two, it can help with memory.
Three, it can keep you motivated.
Karen Gray CH, RN can help you train your mind to study more effectively in less time, relax and excel during exams, conquer academic fears and poor study habits, and improve your grades.
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You can radically improve your grades and study skills quickly and easily by using hypnosis.
You have probably heard that hypnosis has helped many people succeed academically, and for good reason! Hypnosis gives you the tools to reprogram your subconscious mind, the source of all automatic behaviors. In hypnosis, your subconscious mind learns new ways to focus on, retain, and use the information in your studies.
As you use the personalized audio hypnosis programs you receive in your session, at no extra charge, you will notice that it takes you less time to study, you get more done with the time you have, and you retain and recall what you learn far more easily.
If you have fears or anxiety around exams, public speaking, or even whether you can succeed, Hypnosis can help remove those fears and replace them with relaxation, self-confidence, and greater study and exam-taking skills.
If motivation to study or procrastination is your issue, then hypnosis can help you be more motivated, organized, and time-effective.
Studies on the use of hypnosis to improve academic performance
The effect of hypnotic training programs on the academic performance of students.
The main objective of the present study was to empirically verify the effect of hypnotic training programs on the academic performance of students. A pre and posttest design was used. Two experimental and two control groups (total sample N="119)" of volunteer second year psychology students at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa comprised the sample. One of the experimental groups was exposed to active alert hypnosis and the other to relaxation hypnosis. One control group was exposed to progressive relaxation, while the other did not receive any intervention. The participants' April grades were used as a pretest, while their June grades served as a posttest. The two hypnotic training programs had a significant effect on the academic achievement of the participants, which was not found in the control groups.
Teaching college students better learning skills using self-hypnosis.
This paper reports the effects of self-hypnosis used by 51 college students enrolled in a 10-week course on efficient learning skills. All students were administered the Creative Imagination Scale. Subsequently, they learned to enter and deepen alert self-hypnosis. They gave themselves personal suggestions and then studied in hypnosis. They reported their depth of hypnosis and satisfaction with each session. Grades were collected the quarter before, during and after the course. Satisfaction and depth data indicated the students were involved all through the course. Statistical testing showed that students who scored highest on the CIS had the lowest initial GPA, improved most during the course, and significantly increased their GPA in the quarter after.
Wark DM1. University Counseling and Consulting Services, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis