In this article I am answering 3 important questions about “Hypnosis” after attending a dozen of sessions, applying tens of treatments (to myself) and after a lot of research on the subject. Follow me while I explore the great and mystical world of hypnosis…
Question #1: What is experienced during the hypnotized state?
Individuals who undergo hypnosis sessions, will usually describe that they feel sleepy; they are also more aware or conscious of what is going on around them.
Patients report an increase in focus and ability to concentrate due to the fact that hypnosis is able to block out the sources of distractions.
While the subjects resemble people who are sleeping, in most sense they are fully awake and more attentive, during this time the mind is more open to receive suggestions.
Sometimes hypnosis is featured as a form of control. A plot of people already has a negative connotation about hypnosis, what they mostly see are people being hypnotized to act like victims.
But the small healing miracles which happen during hypnosis session everyday have led a lot of people of our modern era to look this healing art from a more positive angle.
Question #2: Is Hypnosis Valid?
Hypnosis really works; there is already an empirical support that will provide the validity of its effect on the human mind.
A lot of people remain misinformed and there are myths that have to be debunked in order for humans to truly understand how they can use mind techniques to improve daily life.
Hypnosis if done correctly could be used as a way to control pain; it has been used by injured people from accidents as well as soldiers who got amputated to reduce pain.
People who were exposed to hypnosis therapy have reported less post-surgical pain and lesser instances of fatigue and discomfort.
Hypnosis sessions can also do wonders for burn victims; it is able to help the patient feel more hopeful about their recovery.
Question #3: Will hypnosis work for everybody?
People will have varied reactions when it comes to hypnotic suggestions, some would be able to get hypnotized faster than others. But there are still no standard scales that could be used for understanding the levels of suggestion a certain person will accept.
By experience, people who are more open to the idea of hypnosis, will have better chances to feel the effects of hypnosis.
Although hypnosis is not yet approved by the FDA, a lot of people start to wonder what exactly is going on with this art. A lot of healing incidents have been recorded all around the world. If you want to meet a person who is experienced in hypnosis (to treat a serious issue), then I recommend this hypnotist who happens to be one of my certified therapists. I strongly recommend her.