Hypnosis has a gimmicky reputation as a magician’s mind-control, but can actually be used to help improve life through our mental powers. Many health professionals are trained in hypnotherapy to augment healing, and to unlock greater mental health. You can use self-hypnosis to utilize the benefits without relying on anyone else. Self-hypnosis is characterized by a state relaxation and openness, in a calm and peaceful surrounding. Many of us self-hypnotize while driving. While hypnotized, we can only do things we want to do.
- It’s a medically recognized technique that uses innate mental powers to promote all kinds of mental and physical improvements.
- During hypnosis, you are in the theta brainwave state — the same state experienced during daydreaming, deep meditation, and light sleep.
- If you’ve ever found yourself mesmerized or entranced by a crackling fire, ocean waves, or ripples in a pond, you’ve experienced self-hypnosis.
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