The REAL secret to success that nobody talks about
Imagine waking up every morning and actually feeling refreshed instead of dreading your alarm – how would this transform your life on a daily basis?
Would it be helpful if you could have the clarity of mind to approach any challenge at work or in your business with creativity, energy and passion – how would this impact your finances?
What if you could enjoy better connections and communication in your relationships – with your partner, family, friends, colleagues or people in your community?
You may be wondering…
Is it really that simple?
Yes it is!
The answer to achieve everything you want is to tap into your subconscious mind.
That can NOT be done, as many self development experts claim, by mindfulness, meditation, journaling, watching youtube videos, reading self help books, taking ayahuasca, or simply with positive thinking. Using those methods may get you SOME positive results, but not nearly as thorough or rewarding as you deserve and desire.
If you want to unlock your real potential we have to turn inward.
Important Things to Know Before You Consider Hypnosis
Hypnosis has been used for over 100 years to help with issues like addictions, anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem.
So, what is Hypnosis?
When experiencing hypnosis, you put your mind and body into a heightened state of learning, making you more susceptible for self-improvement or behavior modification. Hypnosis is a state of focused attention.
As the subconscious mind is deeper-rooted and more instinctive, this is the part that has to change for a person’s behavior or physical state to alter. A person who is terrified of flying, for example, might consciously try everything they can to overcome this. However, the phobia will remain while the subconscious mind retains this terror.
Hypnosis is used to help with or alleviate a wide range of conditions. It helps people who suffer with illnesses, deal with pain, stress, and anxiety disorders.
Media portrayal of hypnosis does it a disservice because it creates an aura of power between the hypnotist and person being hypnotized. You are in control the entire time.
You may have been hypnotized on your own without even realizing it. You may have been daydreaming at a traffic light and got so lost in your own thoughts that you didn’t realize the light had changed. That’s hypnosis.”
Dispelling the Top 9 Myths about Hypnosis
Myth #1: The Hypnotist will be able to control my mind.
Fact: No one can control your mind, unless you let them. At no point during your session will you lose control of your mind. If you hear a suggestion that you don’t agree with, or don’t understand, your subconscious mind will automatically reject it.
Myth #2: I will be made to perform embarrassing acts, such as bark like a dog, or walk like a duck.
Fact: This assumption is based on stage hypnotism and Hollywood fiction. The truth is, these people volunteer to act on stage, and they allow themselves to participate in silly suggestions. Hypnotherapy is a serious process for self-improvement, not entertainment.
Myth #3: Hypnosis comes from “Black Magic” or is “Supernatural”.
Fact: Hypnosis is a natural state that has been studied scientifically. Hypnotists are not psychics or palm readers with “special powers”. Hypnosis is based on many years of clinical research by famous Psychologists such as Dr. Sigmund Freud and Dr. Carl Jung, and more recently, by Dr. Milton Erickson and Dr. John Kappas.
Myth #4: If I become hypnotized, I may not be able to snap out of it, or hypnosis is dangerous.
Fact: Hypnosis is very safe and is in fact, a state of hyper-awareness. Any time there is an emergency, a person would naturally be able to come out of the hypnotic state by opening their eyes, and stretching or speaking.
Myth #5: I have never been in hypnosis before.
Fact: Every person naturally enters a state of hypnosis at least twice everyday: just before falling asleep at night, and upon awakening every morning, before getting out of bed. Most people easily enter ‘Environmental Hypnosis’ while at the movies, watching TV, driving on the highway, or while reading a good book.
Myth #6: Hypnosis is a “Miracle Cure”.
Fact: While Hypnosis is a relatively quick method of making permanent improvements, there is no such thing as a one-time “Hypno-Miracle”! Every individual makes progress at his or her own rate. Hypnosis is deep inner work.
Myth #7: Hypnosis is a great tool to get someone to “confess”.
Fact: Hypnosis sessions are kept private and cannot be used for court testimony. It is not an alternative to lie detector tests. Hypnosis cannot force anyone to “tell the truth” or to confess.
Myth #8: When hypnotized, I will lose all sense of my surroundings, and will have no memory of the session.
Fact: Hypnosis is not an unconscious state of sleep. In fact, most people report having a heightened sense of awareness, concentration and focus, and can even hear more acutely during a session.
Myth #9: I can’t be hypnotized because my mind is too strong/ disciplined.
Fact: This is an archaic belief that has, in recent times, been proven untrue. It was thought, long ago, that only 50% of the population could be hypnotized. Over the last 30 years, Dr. John Kappas developed methods to induce hypnosis in 100% of the population. Because it is your decision to use hypnosis for self-improvement, your mind has already accepted the idea of hypnotherapy.
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