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Hypnosis

  • Creates mental and physical relaxation, which allows your subconscious mind to accept and respond to creative and beneficial ideas.

  • An extraordinary quality of mental, physical and emotional relaxation.

  • An emotionalised desire to satisfy the suggested behaviour: the client feels like following the hypnotist’s instructions, directions and suggestions, except those that generate conflict with the subject’s values, i.e.: character attitudes, religious beliefs and moral principles.

  • The organism becomes self-regulating as the trance produces normalisation of the central nervous system.

  • Heightened and selective sensitivity to stimuli perceived by the five physical senses and the basic perceptions.

  • Immediate softening of one’s psychic defenses.

  • Lack of response to irrelevant external stimuli (i.e. what is going on around us)

  • Every person can develop a natural state of awareness called hypnosis or trance.

  • In hypnosis the person is neither unconscious or asleep - it is a special state of awareness in which there is a heightened receptiveness to ideas and understandings and an increased willingness to respond either positively or negatively to those ideas.

  • Hypnosis can be considered as an amplifying circuit, which is added to a verbal therapy. Hypnosis intensifies the impression of words. Any word, which can favourably affect an individual’s nervous system can be amplified by the technique of hypnosis to produce a greater impacting affect.

  • In a hypnotic state, a person gains a more acute awareness of their needs and capabilities. A person can be freed from mistaken beliefs, false assumptions, self doubts and fears, which stand in the way of their fullest participation in life.

Source H.T.I

  • “Since the subconscious mind is our driving force, we always do what our subconscious believes. Since it will believe anything it is told, we can reprogram it if we bypass the conscious mind and substitute new, constructive ideas for existing negative ones. Then, they must be reinforced daily until they become well entrenched habits of thinking.”

  • “We always do what our subconscious believes. The conscious mind must be put aside temporarily in order to halt our reasoning from a false premise and to substitute in the subconscious a correct premise for the false one. This can be accomplished by hypnosis.”