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Fortunately the old myths, rumours and speculations about hypnosis are on their way out as clinical hypnosis (referred to as as hypnotherapy) grows in popularity and is fast becoming one of the most successful devices for the treatment of many psychological conditions.
Hypnosis can be thought of as an altered state of awareness, achieved through a perfectly natural state of deep relaxation, which can allow access to the subconscious mind.
What does it involve
“In therapy, hypnosis usually involves the person experiencing a sense of deep relaxation with their attention narrowed down and focused on appropriate suggestions made by the therapist.”
As a means of isolating and focussing totally on particular problems or concerns; suggestions whilst in the state of relaxation can help you to enact changes from within, unleashing creativity and confidence.
It is important to remember that you are always in control and are not forced or made to do anything – in fact it is considered that hypnosis is actually self hypnosis (along the same lines as meditation), that is introduced and directed by the therapist through words.
The state of relaxation can be thought of as an enhanced state of awareness where the patient is focussed entirely on the therapist’s voice. Whilst in this state the aim is to suppress the conscious mind and open up to a deeper level where new ideas suggested by the therapist can be planted deeply as seeds which will grow to improve your outlook and attitudes.
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