All about Self-hypnosis
What is Self-hypnosis in real?
Hypnosis is an innately fascinating topic to most people. It’s a phenomenon that invites lively discussion, curious speculation, and even profound philosophizing about the nature of human consciousness and the complex, often puzzling inter relationships between mind, brain, and body. Self-hypnosis is a technique in which you focus yourself to attain desired goals or any belief by putting positive suggestions into your subconscious mind, through relaxation. All hypnosis is really self-hypnosis state that you can consider yourself as the guide or the teacher. Anyone who is willing to apply yourself can learn this technique. Self hypnosis is a natural state of focused concentration and relaxation. Self-hypnosis is also a relaxed state of increased suggestibility, but you are the person who directs it. There is no loss of control on your part in any sense. When a hypnotist hypnotizes his subject, it is known as hetero-hypnosis. When an individual puts himself into a state of hypnosis, it is known as self-hypnosis. Hypnosis is a fascinating subject that has been unjustly surrounded by myths and distortions, such as connotations of magic, the supernatural, and the occult. Many movies and novels have contributed to these misconceptions. Hypnosis is a word that usually gets strong responses from people some positive and some negative. Some people think it's a hoax or only good for making people act like chickens, some people think it will cure everything from dandruff to flat feet, and others think it is so dangerous that it should be left alone completely. But believe me, self hypnosis is a safe and natural process, and can be an extremely powerful, fast-acting intervention. It can help people break free of their old problems so quickly that it leaves other healing arts in the dust.
What self-hypnosis is not ...
Self-hypnosis is not a medicine or cure. It is not a new discipline, and its use can be traced back to ancient Egypt. It is not a relaxation, but yes relaxing the body is one way to remove your conscious awareness to increase the level of concentration. It is not sleep, actually, hypnosis is more like the state between awake and asleep. Hypnosis has no single agreed upon definition simply because it is difficult to precisely define something so abstract that also varies greatly with circumstances and suggested qualities of subjective experience. It’s like trying to precisely define equally abstract terms such as “love” or “patriotism.” Hypnosis is not something done to a person; it is rather a state that can be evoked, either alone or in the presence of others. It is not a hidden, isolated ability that is stored away to be unlocked only by a hypnotist. Rather, it is an ability that can and does occur spontaneously and shapes many aspects of hypnotizable people’s lives. It is not a process of taking control of people. It's a process of giving them control of themselves by providing feedback that they wouldn't ordinarily have. It is not a thing; it's a set of procedures that can be used to alter someone's state of consciousness. Self-hypnosis is not about getting people into trance, it's about using trance for a specific reason. It is not something supernatural or frightening. It is perfectly normal and natural and follows from the conditions of attention and suggestion.
A way to subconscious mind
It's a state of mind in which your conscious mind is bypassed and communication begins with the subconscious mind. Self-hypnosis is a means by which you can learn to have more control over your own thoughts, feelings, and actions than you currently possess. Hypnosis is an altered state of awareness effected by total concentration on the voice of the therapist. It will result in measurable physical, neurophysiological and psychological changes which may produce distortion of emotion, sensation, image and time. In this technique you can add those qualities or habits that you think you don't have, similarly you can change anything about yourself that you don't like. It is the best way is to make remedial changes by solving problems and removing limitations. You are continuously hearing various negative things from your surroundings without knowing, that your subconscious is recording all these things and they can affect you and your task. It allows you to reprogram your subconscious mind to exclude those negative thoughts and to achieve greatest success in your life. During hypnosis, you will not be asleep but in altered state of consciousness. You will be aware of what is happening around you, but you will have your concentration focused on one specific thing. Hypnosis is a manifestation of natural phenomena that all of us experience in day-to-day life. We experience hypnosis many times during the day and we are unaware that it has happened. Here are some examples of self-hypnosis in your day-to-day life, dreaming at daytime, driving a car for a long period, when reading an interesting book, while watching a movie or television or when listening music.
Reprogram mind to get what you want
During this process your mind becomes receptive for implanting suggestions, thus allowing you to plant suggestions directly into the subconscious. Hypnosis is a means of focusing one’s attention in meaningful ways to achieve self-defined goals for developing the best and most adaptive parts of ourselves. Many of the people who undergo hypnosis say that they are in a sleep like trance kind of state. Despite these thoughts, while under hypnosis the participant is in a state that includes vivid fantasies, heightened suggestibility, and focused attention. This new state makes them more susceptible to the suggestions that the hypnotist will be giving to them. Self-hypnosis is the most precious self-development tool in the whole world for the enrichment of our lives. Hypnosis is being taught to doctors, police officers, lawyers, clergymen, salesmen, athletes, executives, students, and many others who have found it beneficial to their professions. Hypnosis can be utilized in many ways for many purposes. With hypnosis you can break bad habits, create desirable habits, and constructively deal with and resolve any sort of your problems. You can instill true happiness and replace unhappiness. It is a powerful tool that may be used in therapy to assist people in such goals as developing self-confidence, controlling habits, overcoming shyness, relieving insomnia, developing hidden talents, improving memory and concentration, and putting more order into life. Over the years, self improvement and personal growth using hypnosis has helped millions of people change their lives permanently because it is a safe and powerful tool for changing your thoughts, feelings and habits.