Even though hypnosis has been around for decades and is based on many of the same principles as modern psychology, many people are unfamiliar with what hypnosis does and whether or not it works.
Hypnosis is based on the idea that our experiences are shaped by our minds and that by training the subconscious mind you can resolve many problems and create changes in your life.
There are many people who are trained to successfully help you use hypnosis to overcome fear, increase your confidence, break bad habits and feel better overall, but technically all hypnosis is “self hypnosis”. What this means is that even though someone may guide you into a deeply relaxed state and offer you positive suggestions, the power behind hypnosis ultimately lies within the person being hypnotized.
Hypnosis is a tool that can help you achieve fast results, but the most lasting changes are the ones that occur over time by retraining your mind to work towards your desires.
Many of my hypnosis clients have achieved their goals by using hypnosis to understand the core issue behind a problem, and redirect their focus onto more productive things in their lives. I have had clients successfully address physical symptoms, emotional discomforts, break bad habits and even transform their relationships all by using hypnosis.
Because all hypnosis is self hypnosis, it is practically a risk-free method to improving your life!
Hypnosis is not intended to replace or negate other ways to treat problems like medical issues, psychiatric problems or financial matters, but is intended to be used as a tool in addition to other methods of treatment. When a person uses hypnosis alongside other methods, they often find that their goal is achieved more quickly! Hypnosis works for most people who are open to the idea and use some repetition with the process to retrain their mind.
Although having a trained hypnotherapist work with you to use this amazing tool can be easier and faster, many people find great success when using hypnosis audios to retrain their subconscious minds.
When used frequently, a hypnosis audio that is properly put together can be very effective when it comes to getting your subconscious mind on the same page as what you consciously desire. Listening to a hypnosis audio is easy and usually inexpensive to obtain. The problem that most people who take this approach seem to have is just remembering to play the audio!
When it comes to creating change, there are no magic pills, but when used as intended and with the right kind of suggestions, change can be obtained much faster with hypnosis.
Anyone can find benefits from using hypnosis, as long as they are open to success. But even a hypnosis program can resolve the resistance to it being successful! So if you want to give hypnosis a chance, I would recommend that you first decide what you would like to see change in your life (feel better emotionally or physically, have more success, manage stress, set goals, break a habit, etc.) and then find a hypnosis audio that is tailored to what you would like to improve or accomplish. The more specific the goal, the more specific the hypnosis can be. And when you can target something specific, you will likely see more results much faster!