Hypnosis – Three Good Reasons to Create Your Own Original Hypnosis Scripts
If you’re a hypnosis professional, you probably use hypnosis scripts all the time, and you might want some new ideas for delivering your messages. If you’re not a professional, but you’d like to create scripts for yourself or others, you might need a few guidelines. There are plenty of reasons why you might want to create original scripts, rather than take them from a hypnosis “cookbook.” And you might find that it’s easier to do than you’ve imagined. Let’s look at why it’s a good thing to create innovative scripts.
Here are the five things you’re most likely to think about hypnosis, and why they aren’t true. We clear up the misunderstandings and show you how hypnosis is a natural state that need not be feared.Subliminal Audio – This Is What It Can Do
Subliminal audio has helped lots of people achieve their goals and even transform their lives. Question is can it do the same for you? Read about what it can and can’t do…
Everyone has what in NLP we call presuppositions. They have them about themselves and about life. Presuppositions are the things that we suppose, assume or even feel that we ‘know’ about ourselves or life that we have a feeling of certainty about, despite often having absolutely no evidence to back it up outside of our own emotional responses or one off previous experience. Presuppositions form the basis for a lot of our assumptions about ourselves, and our abilities, and they can be the blocks and barriers that stop us ever achieving our potential or experiencing the true possibilities that exist out there for us.Unlocking the Mystery – How Does Hypnotherapy Really Work?
It is not true that hypnosis means being deeply asleep. It is true though that the patient is induced into a trance-like state, fully concentrating on the voice of the hypnotist. While in this condition, the patient suppresses the conscious mind, at the same time revealing the subconscious mind. The hypnotist suggests lifestyle adaptations, concepts and ideas to the patient, and firmly plants these in the patients’ mind.