Learn Self-Hypnosis

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Learn Self-Hypnosis

For most people, the idea of hypnotizing themselves comes from a deep desire to make their lives better. They see hypnosis as a way to enter an altered state so that they can create the life they really want. To create the life of their dreams. That’s why people learn self-hypnosis.

Uses of Self-Hypnosis

Hypnosis is both an ancient practice and a modern “miracle cure”. Hypnosis has been used by billions of people over thousands of years. Today it is used in medicine, dentistry, psychology as well as in business and sports.

For example, medical practitioners use hypnosis as an anesthesia. Surgeons use it during surgery for people who have adverse reactions to drugs. Many dentists use it during dental procedures. Expectant mothers learn self-hypnosis with the aid of Mid-wives and Doulas, so they can deliver babies without using drugs to reduce their pain.

Psychologists use hypnosis to calm and soothe people who are in a state of trauma or are nervous. Psychologists also help people learn self-hypnosis, so they can relieve their stress and improve their sleep.

Hypnosis is used to curb problem habits such as smoking, eating disorders, or unpleasant behavior. It is also used to improve learning abilities, physical performance and social attitudes, especially developing confidence.

World class athletes learn self-hypnosis to help them develop the mental focus they need to beat their competitors. It is also used by CEO’s to stay calm and present in important meetings, the same way special forces use it during their operations.

The great news is, with a little practice, everyone can learn self-hypnosis, and in the comfort of your own home.

How Hypnosis Works

Your automatic, habitual behaviors reside in your subconscious mind. Psychologists named it that because it is deeper than your conscious mind. It’s below your level of consciousness.

Imagine that there is a trap door between your conscious mind and your subconscious mind.

Normally, the trap door is closed. It opens when your brain waves slow down to a relaxed, alpha state.

This is exactly what happens when you are asleep. The door opens for short periods of time and ideas, images and thoughts come out of your subconscious mind. We call what comes out in your sleep, “dreams”.

When you are in a state of hypnosis, the door also opens. This allows helpful suggestions to slip into your subconscious mind. These helpful suggestions can help you gain a different way of looking at your world. With your new perspective your life can take on a whole new direction, leading you toward greater success and happiness.

Additionally, some people have found this useful for recovering forgotten thoughts and memories. This can be especially useful for people who seem to be stuck in the past for no good reason.

Myths About Hypnosis

There are a lot of myths and untruths about hypnosis. Some people, with certain world views or religious beliefs, say that hypnosis can be harmful. They believe hypnotism is a dark art that can be used to take over another person’s mind, a kind of brainwashing used for all kinds of villainy.

These people will tell you if you go to a hypnotherapist they can take over your mind and make you do all kinds of immoral acts. Or, if you learn self-hypnosis, it can cause you to do unimaginable or dangerous things.

This is totally untrue. The facts are HYPNOSIS IS NOT DANGEROUS.

These images are often the result of people’s experiences with stage hypnotists encouraging their participants to magically quack like a duck, cluck like a chicken, play the guitar like Elvis or make a fool of themselves in some way or another. Or people who have seen the TV or movie hypnotist who seems to be able to cure any ailment and solve any problem, all with the power of their very powerful mind.

The Reality of Hypnosis

Hypnotism is really a form of persuasion. In fact, hypnotism is sometimes referred to as ‘the art of persuasion’. In my opinion, that’s an accurate description. In a hypnotic state, the person being hypnotized is being persuaded that something is true. This truth can be the idea that they don’t want another cigarette or that they’re really a chicken.

Normally, if someone tries to convince you that something is true, you will reject that idea, unless you’re shown iron-clad proof. That’s why, no matter how convincing they are, nobody could really persuade you that you were a chicken.

Also, you not going to convince someone they’re a chicken unless they already want to be a chicken or unless they’re already particularly persuadable. But hypnosis can be used to ‘nudge’ a person’s thinking, as long as they’re willing to go along with the idea.

Is Learning More About Self-Hypnosis Right for You?

So, what would you like to use hypnosis for? Is learning hypnosis right for you?

If you are a person who wants to get rid of bad habits, reinforce good habits, reduce stress and just make your life better then the answer is “yes”! Both hypnosis and self-hypnosis are powerful tools to help you shift your thinking and develop the life of your dreams.

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About the Author

Wil DieckWil Dieck is an author, speaker, college professor and researcher. He is also a master hypnotherapist, NLP Trainer and master martial arts instructor. For the past forty years, he has taught people, from a variety of backgrounds, how to use simple mind hacking techniques to create habits of success.

He is also a professor of psychology and business at San Diego University for Integrated Studies.

Wil runs a leadership and peak performance coaching practice in San Diego, California. He helps his clients create the belief systems of successful people and leaders, allowing them to make the most of their personal and professional lives.

He is the founder of Neuro Emotional Conditioning (NEC)© and has taught hundreds of people in individual and business settings how to use NEC© techniques to strengthen their mind’s abilities to focus on getting the most they can out of life.