What is Self-Hypnosis?
Self-hypnosis is a process to increases communication between your mind and body. In hypnosis your mind goes into a trance—a daydream-like state. You become more focused and open to positive suggestion. Hypnosis can help you understand a specific issue, change a behavior or gain insight into an issue. You can do hypnosis by yourself (as all hypnosis is self-hypnosis) or with books, videos, audios or with a trained hypnotist. In order for hypnosis to be effective, you must want the change and be committed to the process.
SELF-HYPNOSIS CAN HELP YOU… - Build Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem - Change Undesirable Behaviors - Be Happy and Peaceful - Reduce Stress and Tension - End Worrying - Create The Life You Desire
Here are some easy guidelines for self-hypnosis, or sometimes referred to as visualization. Visualization is a playful form of self-hypnosis.
- Decide on what you wish to understand, experience, change, create, accomplish.
- Set aside a few minutes where you can be comfortable. Maybe play some soft, relaxing music.
- Begin to gaze at a focal spot.
- Take slow three deep breaths. (Inhaling and exhaling slowly.) Now and count backwards 3…2…1…. Close your eyes, exhale and think relax, relax, relax. Allow yourself to go into a sound, peaceful rest.
- Vividly imagine your goals coming into fruition, feel a sense of accomplishment, see yourself happy, successful or relaxed.
- Allow feelings and thoughts of success to fill you with happiness, peace or whatever it is you desire. Allow these good feelings to flow throughout your entire body.
- When you are done, count forward, 1… 2…. 3… 4… 5… open your eyes and go about your business, feeling refreshed, relaxed and very motivated.
The magic happens in the movie screen of your subconscious mind.
Happiness is an inside job!
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*Disclaimer: Results May Vary. Hypnosis results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as typical.