Hypnosis can help people become calmer, emotionally stable and can alleviate internal struggles. It is a deliberate shift into the subconscious state of mind for the purpose of achieving an objective.
Hypnosis is largely a question of people’s willingness to be receptive and responsive to ideas, and to allow these ideas to act upon them without interference. These ideas we call suggestions.
Physicians, psychologists and hypnotherapists have used hypnosis as a valuable tool in solving problems including:
Concentration and memory
Fears and phobias
Milton H. Erickson calls hypnosis "a state of intensified attention and receptiveness, and an increased responsiveness to an idea or to a set of ideas. These ideas we call suggestions". With this intense concentration and attention, people can achieve their designated goals.
Though we have only one mind, it is made up of two parts: The conscious part is the more logical “two plus two= four” and consists of about 10 percent of our thinking ability. The subconscious part (consisting of about 90 percent of our thinking power) is not logical and controls our breathing, pulse rate, blood pressure, heartbeat etc. It seeks to meet our deepest needs, expectations and desires: but doesn’t always know how to do it in the way we want it done. Our subconscious will attempt to sabotage any conscious efforts to overcome any habit we might have until it is educated to operate toward our newest desires or goals.
Hypnosis is a relaxing and enjoyable experience. Remember, the hypnotherapist needs your cooperation, as all hypnosis is self-hypnosis.. The therapist simply acts as a guide into your subconscious mind.
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