Hypnosis is a natural, deep and relaxed state of mind,
in which one has good communication with the
The subconscious mind is that part of one’s mind which
regulates the entire system of the body, faithfully
recording what you have done, felt and experienced from
obeys your commands. What has fallen into the
subconscious mind will, in time, come to the conscious
For example, suggesting to the subconscious, “I am
always calm and relaxed,” will register there.
a person encounters a stressful situation (for example,
at work), this suggestion rises to the conscious level.
The person remains calm and relaxed amid the stress, so
preventing the stress reactions which is very harmful
for the body and mind.
Some people mistakenly assume that hypnosis is an
unconscious state, similar to sleep. This is untrue.
In hypnosis, one is always aware and conscious; one will
hear – and remember— everything the hypnotherapist says
all experience hypnosis in daily life, though unaware of
this. For example, before dropping off to sleep, or
shortly before waking from sleep, or being absorbed in a
book, a movie or music.
Also, while in a day-dream.
Hypnotized, you will do nothing against your will. You
remain in control.
Anything suggested which goes against your basic moral
beliefs or values, you will simply reject.
hypnosis, you will remember what has been said and done.
Anyone can be hypnotized if they wish so.
Self Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy
I. Self hypnosis is an ancient way of
communicating with the subconscious mind, and dropping
positive suggestions and visualizations to that
subconscious level. In this process you reinforce your
own power to heal.
Practicing self hypnosis leads to mastery of the mind:
you learn how to unlock its tremendous power, to
transform and become the person you wish to be.
Self hypnosis can be learned and practiced by anyone.
II. Hypnotherapy is a healing art several
thousand years old. The therapist guides the patient to
a state of communication with the subconscious, and
gives specific therapeutic suggestions specific to that
have used this method to treat a wide range of
stress-related, psychological and psychosomatic
ailments, such as:
Headaches, tinitus, allergies, high blood pressure,
palpitations, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis,
diabetes, weakened immune system, hormonal disorders,
auto-immune disorders, sexual dysfunction, insomnia,
depression, anxiety neurosis, chronic fatigue, phobias,
eating disorders and “burn-out- syndrome”.
Self-destructive habits such as smoking, alcoholism,
drug-addiction, over-eating and unhealthy diet, and
weight problems respond well to hypnotherapy.
And, hypnotherapy can alleviate or remove such unwanted
behaviors as stage fright, examination fright,
stammering, and various forms of social anxiety.
“AS YOU THINK , SO YOU BECOME”