Why Self-Hypnosis?

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Why Self hypnosis?

Lack of relaxation can break down your immune systems, making you become more prone to malady. Poor relaxation may as well increase temper, anxiety, poor attention span and sadness. These troubles can affect our behavior, increasing our likelihood to overeat, smoke, drink, takes drugs etc.

When something happens to you, you remember it and learn a particular behavior in response to what happened. Each time something similar happens, your physical and emotional reactions attached to the memory are repeated. In some cases these reactions are unhealthy.

Self-hypnosis can be used for many purposes. Some of them include: pain relief, healing from an injury, overcoming anxiety and fears, changing habits, relaxing the smooth muscle of the intestines for more comfortable digestion, reducing nausea from chemotherapy, and improving outcomes from surgery. Focusing your attention during hypnosis allows you to use the close connection between your mind and body for a specific goal. Even if you just do this relaxation work, you’ll massively improve your total health and business in almost every area.

How to get prepared?

Make sure that you will not be distracted for at the least30-60 minutes. Turn off phones, and tell loved ones and friends not to disturb you. Find a comfy place that is neat and tidy, and of a comfortable temperature.

Reduce the lighting if it helps you to focus better and if you like, you could fire up some candles and burn some incense.

You can be seated, or you can lay down – whichever you prefer. Importantly make sure that your legs are not crossed, as they could end up going to sleep after half an hour.

It would take some time and practice to become completely relaxed by self hypnosis techniques give yourself some time. Moving into a hypnotic state is a skill that will get better over time.

Don’t anticipate too much, hypnosis isn’t the ‘magic state’ that the mass medium frequently portrays it as being. You’ll in all likelihood still be cognizant of what is going on around you, and might well think ‘is this it?’ All the same you’ll notice the difference when you awake.

 

 

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