Trance Phenomena – AKA What You Might Expect to Experience in a Trance State
When people find out I’m a hypnotherapist one of the questions they ask me (after ‘can you make cluck like a chicken?’) is “what does it feel like when you’re in hypnosis?”
Many people do not have good dreams, and they say that every dream they have is nothing more than nightmare. It’s hard to say if this is true or not, maybe they only remember the dreams that really bother them. Nevertheless, I would suggest to you that many nightmares are nothing more than challenge dreams, where a scenario or fear presents itself and it is your job, the dreamer, to rise to the occasion and solve the problem.Achieving the Optimum State of Mindfulness With Subliminal Messages
Whether it be considered as part of modern clinical psychology or of ancient Buddhism, mindfulness is a popular concept that has been linked to mental success. Mindfulness is defined as a person’s ability to bring his complete attention to the present time, occurrence, or experience so that he becomes acutely aware of what happens one moment after the next. The concept of mindfulness is similar to that of mental awareness.
Through instant hypnosis goals are set on the unconscious level. Through visualization and anchoring, these goals are imprinted in your subconscious so that they are automatically fulfilled. This is far more effective than the common practice of simply writing down your goals and hoping and wishing they come true.Real Self-Hypnosis Explained By A Hypnotherapist And How It Differs From Self-Hypnosis Downloads
Real, active self-hypnosis is the most empowering self-help method available. Real self-hypnosis is when you enter the hypnotic state by yourself and you use your internal resources to achieve your own goals. It is completely different from the passive listening to a self-hypnosis CD, which may be relaxing and beneficial, but not specifically tailored for your unique personality and your specific situation.