What Are The Benefits Of Hypnosis?
Discover the power of your subconscious mind and change negative patterns in your life.
The purpose of the conscious mind is to protect you at all times. When we experience a traumatic event, the conscious mind stores that event in the subconscious. It is here where an association is created. For example, if the traumatic event had to do with a big dog that wanted to bite you when you were little, then the association could be “all big dogs bite”.
Whenever you see a big dog, no matter if we are adults now, our subconscious mind will make us react the same way we reacted when we were little. This is because of the association in our subconscious, which does not understand about time (past, present of future)
Benefits of hypnosis
1. Hypnosis can help treat anxiety and depression.
2. Hypnosis can help you remember forgotten events.
3. Hypnosis can help you relax.
4. Hypnosis can help manage pain.
5. Hypnosis can help loosing weight.
6. Hypnosis can help treat addictions.
Addiction builds up over time with certain predispositions and certain behaviors. Environment and childhood experiences can make certain people more prone to addictions that others. Whether a person is addicted to food, alcohol, drugs, smoking or gambling, hypnosis can help finding the root cause of that addiction. The addiction is just the distractor our mind uses to avoid dealing the emotion or event that generated it.
Hypnosis can a person back to the time where that root emotion originated and deal with it. Once we get an understanding of that emotion that was and why it originated, then the addiction disappears
Completely. Hypnosis is a non-intrusive therapy where YOU are always in control. There are many myths surrounding hypnosis, including the ideas that people in a hypnotic state may act against their will or reveal private information. These scenarios, often portrayed in books or movies, are fabrications meant merely for entertainment. In truth, the hypnotic state is more like a vivid daydream, where you remain in control. Morals and ethics remain intact, as does your sense of privacy.
Hypnosis is non-invasive and has no side effects. Most people are not aware that they actually undergo hypnosis every day. The trance-like feelings you experience while reading a book, watching a movie, or daydreaming are all hypnotic states characterized by focused attention.
What is the Higher Self?
This part of yourself knows all. It is much, much more complex than the subconscious generally dealt with in hypnosis and referred to in psychology. It is not a repository of problems and difficulties, but an immense resource of wisdom, intelligent insight and knowing that can bring real meaning, fulfillment and purpose to your life. Your Higher Self can answer any and every question you have. It knows everything there is to know about you and the life you are living now. Obtaining this information on your behalf is crucial to the healing aspect of the technique as it provides you with comfort, support and greater understanding in many different areas of your life. The Higher Self will only choose to share information that is appropriate at the time and information that will only be of benefit to you.
If it is appropriate, this part of you is also able to provide physical and emotional healing. It may do this instantly or its healing work will continue for days, weeks and even months after your session.