Hypnosis is altering someone’s belief or reality through suggestion. It’s basically a heightened state of mind in which we can bypass the critical factor of the conscious mind and work directly with the subconscious. It is a valuable tool that can empower you to take control of your life.
Is Hypnosis real?
Yes, it’s real. Everyday every one of us experiences a natural trance state. Whether it’s just daydreaming or driving, we experience simple trance states daily.
Yes, though some people require more work than others. There is no force that can prevent someone from being hypnotized other than themselves. So if a person is resisting the induction process, they won’t go into hypnosis.
Is Hypnosis safe?
Yes, it’s very safe and again, it’s a natural state that we all experience on a daily basis. It’s a myth that people can get stuck in Hypnosis. This has never happened, and never will happen.
Since hypnosis is a natural state, it means you've experienced it before and might not even know you're in it when you are. There’s nothing really magical about the feeling of a trance state, as again it’s something we’re used to.
No. This is a common misconception about hypnosis. No one can be hypnotized against their will. Hypnosis is not about control by the hypnotist. It is about working together so that the client can be empowered to create change in his or her life. Nobody can be forced to do anything against their will.
"My husband says that I’m too 'strong willed and intelligent' to be hypnotized. What would you say to that?"
If I could point out the one thing that will make your hypnosis sessions a success, it is your willingness to be hypnotized and follow through with the process. It has been my experience that the clients who say "I can't be hypnotized! I'm too _____!" are the ones that go into hypnosis the fastest and deepest - and have the best results.
Hypnosis is a natural state that you already experience every day. The most common example is daydreaming. Hypnosis is, in part, a process of creating a waking state of increased theta brain waves (the same as in deep sleep), where the subconscious mind is more susceptible to suggestion and change.
As for being "too intelligent" to be hypnotized, well - I will tell you confidently that there is no such thing!
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