HYPNOSIS: MYTH & REALITY
New Year, and the resolutions, are directly around the corner.
Follow these six traces and use them with the power of hypnosis, and you will be catapulted towards your goal faster than you can think.
Many people think of life as an obstacle course full of hurdles and ditches that need to be navigated strongly to be right. In many ways they are right
HYPNOSIS MYTH & REALITY
If you are a very goal-orientated body then it is necessary that you will face restrictions on your way to achievement and success. The more important the purpose the more set-backs there seem to be. These restrictions and set-backs can work as experiments.
They test your character and your resolve. Each barrier that is overcome and each challenge that is met head on develops your character, belief in yourself and increases your resolve to work not matter what.
However, when the same restrictions keep giving up over and over again and failure seems to be a shared experience it’s time to re-evaluate your path to your goals.
These recurring queries are an sign of your inability to learn from the short frustrations you are feeling. The mindful mind is certainly having difficulty explaining the logic behind the failures and keeps making the same errors.
At this point some external help is needed. Clearly you are unable to consciously work for the trouble you are having and it must be a subconscious block that is stopping you from learning your lesson and moving forward.
In such conditions hypnosis and self hypnosis can be of immense vale. Either Hypnosis or Self Hypnosis can most surely be used successfully and efficiently to get to the root of the difficulty and kill it permanently.
One very important benefit of using hypnosis is the ability to train your brain to stay focused on the successful achievement of your end. You can program a particular outcome and retain the capacity to consciously divert your listening to it in a real, success-affirming way. You can also reduce self-sabotage and eliminate the negative emotions and thoughts that are barring your path to victory.
Hollywood hype would have us think that a hypnotist can guide and direct our lives, and that we can be prepared to do all sorts of incredible things under hypnosis. Pursuing is a list of some of these popular myths which must be clarified before we move further.
The hypnotist can make you do things on your will.
Completely False. The hypnotist has no mastery over you at all, and stir make you do things upon your will. All Hypnosis is very self-directed and self-controlled. The hypnotist simply leads you into a hypnotic state, and fills your mind with fully worded directions. If you feel angry with these ideas, you may decline them at will.
Hypnosis is really a matter of sharing in the hypnotist and his subject, not some form of power the hypnotist possesses which will force the material to offer to his or her will.
Once under Hypnosis, one can’t come out of the case on his own.
If you are following hypnosis and the hypnotist quickly left the place, two things may happen. You will either agree that the hypnotist is no longer talking to you, and will open your eyes, feeling relaxed and alert.
Or, you may drift into normal sleep, in which case you will see up after a few minutes (or hours). So, the problem can come out of the insensibility on his own.
Only weak-minded parts can be hypnotized.
False. Hypnosis has zero to do with will power. People often confuse hypnotibility with gullibility. There is no relationship between the two. On the contrary, the more creative a person is, the more easy it is for him to be hypnotized. To be hypnotized, one needs the skills of attention, imagination and vivid visualization.
Under hypnosis, the subject is completely unconscious.
At all times during the course of a hypnotic assembly, you will be able to hear and to think. You are conscious of what is going on about you. Although your body is very relaxed, your mind is actually more alert than usual.
Many people are troubled by stage hypnosis and the fact that the subjects, many of whom do ridiculous things during the session, seem to have no knowledge of anything about them. The unlucky part of such an activity is that it often frightens away those people who could really benefit from hypnotherapy, but are worried of losing control.