What is hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy is type of psychotherapy in which a deep relaxed & focused state of mind is induced by the hypnotherapist. This state is called Trance. The state of trance is used for diagnosis and / or treatment of psychoemotional complaints. It can also be used for better mental health, better control over mind and better mental functioning. It is a powerful technique which can enable one to think, feel and act better. Hypnotherapy is a strong technique as it uses the enormous power of mind.
How hypnotherapy works
Human mind has enormous potential most of which remain untapped. Mind is like an iceberg, 90 % of which remain hidden. The 10% visible part is the conscious mind which helps in perceiving environment, short term memory and thinking. The remaining 90 % is the subconscious mind which is responsible for long term memory, learning, emotions, habitual patterns, learned behavior etc. Subconscious mind stores memories and associated emotions. This helps mind in ‘learning’ how to feel and behave in a particular situation. It even influences conscious mind. Our past learning and memory affects our present thinking and behavior.
Positive mental health, mental calmness, confidence, correct thinking, positive habits, emotions & behavior all this depends on how well this subconscious mind is organized. The better this subconscious mind is organized, better is its growth with age with minimum or no conflicts. But in case of some disorganization due to poor learning or some traumatic incidents, the conflicts because of this results in deficient mental functioning or undesirable behavior. This is where hypnotherapy comes to help. It helps in better reorganization of subconscious minds thereby eliminating conflicts, past traumas and negative learned patterns. It separates unhealthy emotions & behavior from past memory and replace with healthy emotions & behavior. The outcome is positive thinking, healthy emotions and desirable behavior.
Is hypnotherapy scientific
Hypnotherapy has been proved to be scientific. There has been extensive research and its results are seen to be significantly positive. It has been accepted and recommended by world’s most reputed healthcare organizations like American Medical Association, American Psychological Association, National Institute of Health, USA. Research studies have been shown to have positive effect on human mind and body. Some of the positive changes observed are brain imaging changes, physiological changes, immunological changes, EEG changes, Neurotransmitter changes etc.
Types of hypnotherapy
The basic working of hypnotherapy is same but over the years many types of hypnotherapy have become popular among psychotherapists around the world. Different types of hypnotherapy are based on different techniques of psychotherapy. Some are more focused on analysis of subconscious mind while others are more focused on its reorganization. Some are:
• Traditional Hypnotherapy
• Ericksonian Hypnotherapy
• Cognitive behavior Hypnotherapy
• Time regression Hypnotherapy
Yogic Hypnotherapy is a unique type of hypnotherapy sequence. This is a short therapy in which hypnotherapy stimulates the Chakras in body and helps in development at both mental and physical level. It gives benefits of Yoga without going through years of Yogic Sadhna.. It is result oriented therapy in physical diseases, psychological complaints and achieving heightened performance at both physical and psychological levels.
One to One Couple Hypnosis is one of its kind hypnosis sequence. to help couples in attaining the state of true love. It helps in creating better understanding, better communication with a stronger bond. It removes conflicts & discords.
Three Step Self Hypnosis
Safe, simple and easy to do yet very powerful self hypnosis sequence. You can learn and do it yourself. This is much more effective then self hypnosis cd’s & audio’s since it will directly involve you.
This can power you to :
• Achieve better personality
• Reduce anger and anxiety
• Get better performance better results and success
• Learn various skills
• Remove phobias and bad habits
• Improve relationships and much more
Benefits of hypnotherapy
There are many unique and profound benefits of hypnotherapy like:
• It treats cause as well as complaints
• It gives better control over mindand life
• It helps in better understanding of self and world around
• It gives deeper insight into present and past
• It increase control over own thinking, feeling and behavior
• It helps in living a fearless life
• It eliminates stress and increase enjoyment of life
• It increase ability to do things currently found difficult or impossible
• It increase performance and achievements in life
• It increase ability to do new things and make changes in life at will
• It eliminates fear, panic, anxiety and embarrassments
• It improves relationships and home atmosphere
• It helps in avoiding transfer of traits to children in family
• It helps in eliminating negative patterns and creating positive patterns
• It helps in achieving mental clarity, calmness and peace
• It improves creativity and higher learning
• It helps in achieving better self confidence and self esteem
• It helps in gaining optimistic outlook towards self, circumstances and life
• It improves mental flexibility and gives broader vision
• It helps in physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing
• It remove past trauma and negative learning
• It creates harmony in body, mind and spirit
Most common uses of hypnotherapy are:
1. Hypnotherapy for fear, phobia, anxiety or panic attacks.
o Hypnotherapy for social phobia, anthropophobia
o Hypnotherapy for aerophobia, fear of flying
o Hypnotherapy for entomophobia, fear of insects
o Hypnotherapy for acrophobia, fear of heights
o Hypnotherapy for necrophobia, fear of death
o Hypnotherapy for claustrophobia, fear of enclosed spaces
o Hypnotherapy for glossophobia, fear of public speaking
o Hypnotherapy for mysophobia, fear of germs or contamination
o Hypnotherapy for molysmophobia, fear of infection
2. Hypnotherapy for self esteem and self confidence.
3. Hypnotherapy for pain and disease management and better immunity.
4. Hypnotherapy for addiction treatment and deaddiction like alcohol addiction, smoking nicotine addiction, drug addiction etc.
5. Hypnotherapy for better mood and emotional freedom, recovery from past painful memories, anger or grief.
6. Hypnotherapy for habit breaking.
7. Hypnotherapy for better sexual abilities, desire and performance.
8. Hypnotherapy for eating disorders, obesity treatment, slimming and weight loss.
9. Hypnotherapy for pain free natural child birth.
10. Hypnotherapy for better relationships.
11. Hypnotherapy for better memory, performance & achievements in study, exams or work.
12. Hypnotherapy for stress management.
13. Hypnotherapy for better sleep.
14. Hypnotherapy for speech problems , stammering
Myths about hypnotherapy
Some people are not clear about what happens during hypnotherapy sessions. This leads to many myths and unwanted fears about hypnotherapy. Few facts about hypnotherapy sessions are:
• Will I go to sleep?
The person under hypnotherapy does not sleep. He or she is fully awake and aware of self and surroundings.
• Will I be under control of hypnotherapist?
The person under hypnotherapy is never under control of hypnotherapist. Self control remains throughout the session and after.
• Will I be made to do things which I do not want?
Hypnotherapy can not make you do anything against your will.
• Can I get ‘stuck’ and not come out?
There is no question of ‘not coming out of hypnotic state’ because one is never in a state which is not normal. Trance is not like sleep or unconsciousness from which one is required to ‘come out’. It is a state of higher mental awareness and concentration which is a normal awakened state.
• Will I be able to get hypnotized?
Almost everyone can be hypnotized but no one can be hypnotized against will.
• Can it harm me?
Just like any other treatment, if it is done by ‘quacks’ unqualified & badly trained persons, it can cause harm. See precautions and past life regression therapy above. There are many commercial unscientific ‘uses’ for which hypnotherapy is getting exploited. In contrast it is a very safe and powerful therapy if done by well qualified and trained mental health professionals.
• Will it change my judgment and value system?
It is a matter of choice what one wishes to change in his or her subconscious mind. It is not possible to change one’s morals, beliefs, values or identity.
What is Hypnotherapy
Introduction to Hypnotherapy – Philosophy of the Healthcare
Hypnotherapy is a psychological therapy which includes spoken interactions between the clients and the therapists. During the therapy, hypnosis is induced – it is a state of mind in which the person’s subconscious gets to communicate with the conscious mind. The way one interacts and accesses the personal potentials is quite wonderful. There is a very simple basic concept behind the procedure of hypnotherapy. It is a very simple procedure through which one is able to access one’s inner potential or capacity. The fundamental idea behind the procedure of hypnotherapy is simple and it is to give suggestions in a direct way to the mind’s unconscious portion.
When the patient meets with his therapist for the first time, they discuss the patient’s issues they want to focus on and the therapist makes a treatment plan for the patient and provides him with proper explanations about events that are meant to take place afterward. In a usual period of hypnotherapy, the therapist usually asks various questions about the past history, lifestyle and overall health condition of the patient. Reaching the subconscious mind is the main aim of hypnotherapy. It facilitates an individual in relaxing his body and also calming the person’s mind by enhancing the connection between body and mind. Positive views and idea are reinforced by the therapist. This simply allows one to achieve a calm and delighted state of mind. It facilitates one in changing the negative aspects of the thought process. It also changes and facilitates previous habits and their patterns in order to allow one to get over one’s fears and phobias.
The patient’s comfort with the therapy and his convenience are the most important aspects of physiotherapy. This is of chief importance in the process of Hypnotherapy which includes the main focus towards the value of the treatment as a result of the patient’s confidence in the respective therapist. The process of hypnosis cannot be performed on the patient if he does not give his consent. During an ongoing session of hypnotherapy, a person is able to hear all that is being said and can give immediate response and participate in the session in an active manner.
It is up to the patient to decide whether or not to go with the advice of the hypnotherapist. If during the hypnotherapy, the patient feels uncomfortable with the procedure, he or she can immediately have the session stopped and can get out of the state by just opening his or her eyes.
Types of Hypnotherapies:
There are many different types of hypnotherapies including traditional hypnotherapy, hypnoanalysis, Ericksonian hypnotherapy, Cognitive or behavioral hypnotherapy and new age hypnotherapy. The traditional hypnotherapy process chiefly uses the direct suggestion of the removal of symptoms making use of the technique of therapeutic relaxation. Ericksonian hypnotherapy makes use of standard informal approach which is conversational with many patients and has complex therapeutic strategies and language patterns. Hypnoanalysis is Breuer and Freud’s therapeutic process which is used to regress the client’s to an earlier time for the sake of helping them in remembering and correction of apparent traumatic memories. Behavioral or Cognitive hypnotherapy is used by some therapists in combination with some workers. New age hypnotherapy consists of many pseudoscientific methods in order to carry out the therapy which is quite similar to the process called “Mesmerism”
Research on Hypnotherapy
The British Journal, in 1999, published the relaxation therapy and hypnotherapy current medical research clinical review and it concludes that there is very pertinent evidence of common trials of the efficiency of hypnosis and relaxation for curing cancer causes pains, anxiety, side-effects of chemotherapy and vomiting, especially among children. These therapies also prove to be effective for curing insomnia and panic disorders, especially when they are combined with a series of cognitive therapies which could include sleep hygiene as well. The ability of hypnosis to enhance the promising effects of cognitive behavioral treatment for conditions like obesity, anxiety or phobias is considered very strong. Trials that are randomly controlled also support the implementation of different techniques for the sake of the treatment of both chronic and acute pains. The hypnosis is considered to be quite valuable, after carrying out random trials, in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome as well as asthma. It is also claimed by some practitioners that techniques of relaxation, especially the usage of imagery have the power to prolong life, however, there is no sufficient evidence for supporting this claim.
A report on the nature of hypnotherapy was submitted in 1999 and the working committee provided a summary of some very important research on the benefit and efficiency of clinical hypnotherapy which includes convincing evidence that hypnotherapy is useful in managing and relieving both chronic and acute pains and in helping to alleviate pain, distress and discomfort caused childbirth and by dental and medical procedures. The process of hypnosis or self-hypnotherapy can be used for the purpose of reducing general anxiety by a significant level. Stress and tensions of manner like other self-regulation and relaxation procedures are also very good for healthy a lifestyle. It also helps in treating insomnia. There is also enough evidence for depicting the benefits of hypnotherapeutic sessions in relieving the symptoms of a number of issues that come under the category of psychosomatic illnesses
How Hypnotherapy works:
Hypnotherapy consists of inducing a focused state of mind which is quite attentive and uses tools like lasers as a substitute for ordinary home light. This process is carried out in four steps which include induction of the state of trance, proposing solutions, a session of suggestions after that hypnotic session and the fourth and final step is of evaluating the patient during which the therapist evaluates the changes that are needed for the patient’s betterment. In this process, the main aim is to achieve a whole new habit of carrying out the paperwork. This process, or modality, is comprised of a large number of applications. Some of these include improved habits of studying, relieving test anxiety, overcoming phobias and fears, enhancing effective interactions, better sales techniques, preparation for surgery or childbirth, anger management, happiness, increased self-esteem and so on.
How Hypnotherapy Works?
Hypnotherapy has no side effects and is, therefore, a comparatively safe way of curing diverse issues. During this procedure, the individual is usually in the management of the phenomenon that are happening and is never forced to undergo something he is not comfortable with. In order to understand the mechanics of the working of hypnotherapy, one is first required to be aware of the subconscious and conscious mind. The human mind is composed of two parts which are called conscious and subconscious mind. The conscious mind is composed of the logical and rational thinking apparatus and it registers and analyses different situations and gives response by observing control over daily life decision taking whereas the subconscious mind is a domain that rules over the intuition and emotions and gives response to the way by which it may be programmed in the earlier part of life.
Hypnotherapy achieves its goal by the creation of a state which is similar to trance but the individual is fully aware of the happenings around him and is supposed to only concentrate on the voice that leads the hypnotherapeutic process. The hypnotherapist is not authorized to go through any procedure without the will and consent of the patient. Once the hypnosis starts and the patient achieved the state of trance, the first thing to be done by the hypnotherapist is to negate all the previous suggestions given to the patient regarding his condition and provide their substitutes which are more advances, healthier and thus better. The next step is for the therapist to figure out the causes by which the problem is triggered.
After he comes up with the real cause of the disturbances, the hypnotherapist then has various procedures and methods which are designed to help an individual in exploring the main experience or episode and then heal and get a new perspective of the issue which is strengthened by better and positive proposals.
In a usual period of hypnotherapy, the therapist usually asks various questions about the past history, lifestyle and overall health condition of the patient. Reaching the subconscious mind is the main aim of hypnotherapy. It facilitates an individual in relaxing his body and also calming the person’s mind by enhancing the connection between body and mind. Positive views and idea are reinforced by the therapist. This simply allows one to achieve a calm and delighted state of mind. It facilitates one in changing the negative aspects of the thought process. It also changes and facilitates previous habits and their patterns in order to allow one to get over one’s fears and phobias. Hypnotherapy is a very meek procedure through which one is able to access one’s inner potential or capacity.
The fundamental idea behind the procedure of hypnotherapy is simple and it is to give suggestions in a direct way to the mind’s unconscious portion. When the patient meets with his therapist for the first time, they discuss the patient’s issues they want to focus on and the therapist makes a treatment plan for the patient and provides him with proper explanations about events that are meant to take place afterward. Hypnotherapy also helps one transcend the conscious mind and the ego in order to allow the individual to get rid of his own ways and tech the unconscious mind some new ways. An important aspect is that, by using hypnotherapy, one can gain access to the special assets one might not have been familiar with in the past even though they have been there for a long time.
The interesting aspect of hypnotherapy is that it is quite effective. This is because once the hypnotherapist gives a suggestion, it is registered and visualized in the subconscious mind. It is accepted by the mind as if it were true. An example of this is that a person who is addicted to smoking for many years can stop smoking altogether without ever feeling the urge to smoke.
Hypnosis for Smokers
When the session of hypnosis for termination of the habit of smoking is carried out, the individual is usually asked to envision unpleasant circumstances produced as a result of smoking. For example, the patient may be told that the smoke of the cigarette smells like smoke or exhaust of trucks. A popular method of relieving the habit of smoking is called Spiegel’s method which involves the ideas that body is poisoned by smoking, the body needs to live and one should respect for one’s body and take care of it.
Insomnia and Sleep Hypnosis
Curing insomnia and conducting sleep hypnosis come under the category of application of hypnotherapy for the sake of changing different behaviors. Considering the various alternatives and holistic therapies, hypnotherapy or hypnosis is being used for treating insomnia and is now much more easily accessible as compared to before. Many times in the past, hypnotherapy has been utilized in order to get rid of acute pain and minor or major discomfort. Additionally, it also helps in overcoming alcohol addiction, smoking, and drug addiction.
Advantages of Hypnotherapy
There are many reflective and exclusive benefits of hypnotherapy. People can be relieved of many phobias by the use of hypnotherapy – it treats entomophobia, necrophobia, mysophobia, molysmophobia, claustrophobia and anthrophobia, and thus can lead stress-free lives. Hypnotherapy helps in achieving oneness between the past, present, and future. It helps in forgetting and recovering past traumas and heartbreaks. It also makes a person more flexible and accommodating, thus being beneficial to the society. It helps in treating alcohol or drug addiction, management of diseases or pain, a creation of stronger immunity and increasing the quality of sexual intercourse. It helps in better knowledge of the world and the self, in gaining positive approach towards life, in boosting one’s self-esteem, achieving mental clarity and correctness and in becoming more courageous. It provides a respite from obesity, eating disorders and can also trigger the processes of weight loss or toning down.
It helps in treating the root causes of illnesses and different complaints. It provides better control over body, mind and thus, life. It removes stress and enhances the quality of life by increasing happiness.
The long-lasting benefits of Hypnotherapy
The effects of hypnotherapy are long-lasting. It makes use of a trance-like state which is carefully induced by the hypnotherapist. It allows the patients to get rid of their problems. It helps in enhancing the individual’s overall health and well-being Hypnotherapy is beneficial for curing a large number of problems. It is able to facilitate with a huge range of compulsive habits and obsessions, mental health and emotional issues. Some other problems addressed by hypnotherapy include addictions, nail-biting habit, memory problems, shyness, blushing fear, self-esteem issues, relaxation, headaches, panic attacks and depression. There are many other advantages of the therapy along with the fact that the effects of the therapy are permanent and the chances of the elapsing of the issues are therefore very low. The benefits of hypnotherapy are much vast than anyone can imagine. One of the major benefits of hypnotherapy is that it facilitates the healthier and better lifestyle of the patients. It consists of a long successful track record as a tool for helping people easily modify the negative aspects of their lives. It makes a person more confident and gives him a better approach towards life.
There are many intense and distinctive benefits of hypnotherapy. It removes stress and enhances the quality of life by increasing happiness. It helps in treating the root causes of illnesses and different complaints. It provides better control over body, mind and thus, life. It helps in better knowledge of the world and the self, in gaining positive approach towards life, in boosting one’s self-esteem, achieving mental clarity and correctness and in becoming more courageous. Hypnotherapy helps in achieving oneness between the past, present, and future. It helps in treating alcohol or drug addiction, management of diseases or pain, a creation of stronger immunity and increasing the quality of sexual intercourse. It helps in forgetting and recovering past traumas and heartbreaks. It provides a respite from obesity, eating disorders and can also trigger the processes of weight loss or slim. It also makes a person more flexible and accommodating, thus being beneficial to the society, People can be relieved of many phobias by the use of hypnotherapy – it, claustrophobia and anthrophobia, and thus help people to lead stress-free lives.
How is Hypnotherapy so Effective?
In a usual session of hypnotherapy, the therapist usually asks various questions about the past history, lifestyle and overall health condition of the patient. Reaching the subconscious mind is the main aim of hypnotherapy. The patient’s comfort with the therapy and his convenience are the most important aspects of physiotherapy. This is of chief importance in the process of Hypnotherapy which includes the main focus towards the value of the treatment as a result of the patient’s confidence in the respective therapist. The process of hypnosis cannot be performed on the patient if he does not give his consent. During an ongoing session of hypnotherapy, a person is able to hear all that is being said and can give immediate response and participate in the session in an active manner. Hypnotherapy simply allows one to achieve a calm and delighted state of mind. It facilitates one in changing the negative aspects of the thought process. It also changes and facilitates previous habits and their patterns in order to allow one to get over one’s fears and phobias. It facilitates an individual in relaxing his body and also calming the person’s mind by enhancing the connection between body and mind. Positive views and idea are reinforced by the therapist.
Hypnotherapy for Quitting Smoking
Even if an individual is used to smoking for like a day or more than fifty years, hypnotherapy is by far the most pertinent and successful method to get rid of the habit of smoking. It can be achieved with great ease and with no side-effects or chances of a relapse. The procedure can be completed in a matter of just an hour and the person can be relieved of his habit of smoking. Most of the hypnotherapy sessions have come out to be 95 percent successful. If an individual wants to lose his weight without strenuous exercises or dieting, and without having any feelings of being deprived, hypnotherapy is a perfect way to change one’s habits of excessive eating. By the removal of unnecessary blockages in the success of the patient, treating negative emotions and feeling and one’s negative thoughts about one’s body and longing for junk food, this can be easily achieved. The hypnotherapist can help the patient by increasing his desire for healthy and natural foods, exercise and water consumption. Therefore, this can prove to be a very beneficial and lasting way of staying healthy and slim.
Hypnotherapy for Stress Reduction Success
A state of deep comfort and relaxation can be achieved and the person feels very relaxed and stress-free as a result. It is considered a very useful and pertinent procedure for achieving a calmer state of mind and being refreshed and more positive. A person’s mind can be reprogrammed or rebooted as well by hypnotherapy for achieving success in all fields of life whether they are personal or professional. The therapy helps in creating the best possible future for the patient. The main obstacle in the way of success could be an individual’s anxious or depressed state of mind. Sometimes we become very harsh with ourselves and beat ourselves up over the things that are not even in our control. This negative attitude really affects one mental health and self-esteem.
A person encounters approximately over 50.000 thoughts in the span of a day and majority of these thoughts could be negative, thus destroying one’s mental peace. Hypnotherapy, therefore, is a good way of rebooting or reframing the pessimistic thought patterns and also keeps us free from any mental prisons that we don’t want to be in. The therapy helps us move on in life and look at life with a better and more positive approach. Hypnotherapy helps a person to make a conscious effort in entertaining life-affirming, empowering thoughts and, actions.
Myths and Facts Regarding Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy
There are many commonly perceived misconceptions and misunderstandings regarding hypnotherapy and hypnosis. These make people unsure of the procedure and make them question its validity. Some of the common myths about hypnotherapy include the idea that hypnosis is an abnormal and unnatural process. However, the real fact is that hypnosis is quite naturally occurring physical and mental procedure and it takes place spontaneously and periodically throughout everyone’s daily life and all by itself. Another myth is that the person undergoing hypnotherapy is asleep during the procedure. However, the fact is that the person is completely awake or conscious during the procedure of hypnosis. A person who is hypnotized is completely awake and is supposed to be conscious and mindful of the happenings around him.
There is a commonly believed myth that an individual can get “stuck” within a hypnotized state and could be unable to get out of it. The fact of the matter is that it is impossible for a person to get stuck in a state of hypnosis and being unable to escape it. The possibility is of an individual drifting into naturally induced sleep for a matter of five or ten minutes and then the person wakes up by himself. The next myth is that the process of hypnosis is unsafe. The fact that busts this myth is that hypnotherapy is actually quite safe and makes use of an effective variety of techniques which help an individual in enhancing his file, accomplish more things and thus feel better about himself. Hypnosis is a trance-like state that is natural, positive and beneficial for the patient.
Busting Some Ridiculous Myths Regarding Hypnotherapy
There is a myth is that hypnosis can be harmful for health and that only those people can be hypnotized who are mentally disturbed or challenged. However, the fact is that hypnosis can never be harmful for the patient’s health as it is a state which is naturally occurring. The issue is that a number of doctors make the people believe that they need to learn to relax and unwind, but they never actually provide them with the tools that are required for learning self-soothing and relaxation techniques. Therefore, hypnosis is the best state one could be in if he wants to feel in harmony with his inner self and the world around him. As far as hypnosis being confined to the treatment of only mentally challenged people is concerned, the fact is that people who are normal and completely healthy can go into the state of hypnosis with more ease as they can easily register the instructions, have a creative imagination and can concentrate better than the mentally challenged ones.
There is a common myth that hypnosis is a supernatural phenomenon and thus has special powers. The fact is that hypnosis is a natural procedure and does not have any special powers. The hypnotherapists just have access to the pertinent knowledge and experience with many humans. With sufficient practice and effort, many people can induce hypnosis themselves as well. There is a similar myth; hypnosis is a form of magic or black magic. This is quite ridiculous as there is no relation between hypnosis and magic. It is a natural condition or state which has been observed scientifically. The hypnotherapists are trained therapists and have no relations with psychics, special powers or palm readers. Many years of scientific research by well-known psychologists like Dr. Carl Jung, Dr. Sigmund Freud, Dr. John Kappas and Dr. Milton form the basis of hypnotherapy. People with many insecurities tend to believe the myth that hypnosis may make them do inappropriate or embarrassing acts such as walking like a duck or barking like a dog. This misconception is formed by Hollywood fiction and Stage Hypnotism.
The reality is that these people usually act on stage voluntarily and willingly take part in silly activities. Hypnotherapy is nothing like that and is a serious technique which helps in self-improvement instead of silly entertainment. There is another common belief that the patient’s mind may be controlled and manipulated by the hypnotherapist. This is absurd because no one has the ability to control another being’s mind without the patient’s consent or approval. The hypnotist provides the recipient with relevant suggestions that he needs on the basis of the pre-hypnotic evaluation. The patient, at no point in the session, loses his or her mind. If the patient is given a suggestion which is not acceptable to him, it will automatically be rejected by the subconscious mind. There is also a misconception that hypnosis provides a miraculous cure. Although permanent and quick improvements may be made with hypnosis.
There is no such thing as a miracle that could occur just after one sitting. Every individual is different and makes progress at his own time. One should not blindly believe the people who wildly claim to have achieved success overnight. If a person is scared of undergoing hypnosis because he has never experienced it before, it is safe to mention that everybody naturally enters a hypnotic state at least two times every day; upon awakening each morning, before getting out of bed and before going to sleep at night. Majority of the people easily achieve a state of environmental hypnosis while watching TV, driving on the highway, while reading a good book or while at the movie cinema.
Another common misconception is that hypnosis could be used to get someone to confess. This is wrong because the hypnotic sessions cannot be used for court testimonies and are thus kept private. A person’s vulnerabilities cannot be exploited and the therapy is not used as polygraphs or lie detector tests. One cannot be “forced” to tell the truth by the hypnotherapist as it is considered a violation of the privacy of the client. It is also commonly believed that a person is not hypnotized if he can hear the therapist, but that is how hypnotism works – you are partially or fully awake but also in a state of trance.
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New Delhi 110016. India.
Ph: +91-11-46026700, +91-11-26164016
Cell/Whatsapp - +91-9810155920