Hypnotherapy is a powerful yet gentle process that helps you to focus on solutions, and to move away from dwelling on problems. It can be used either with a therapist in a clinical environment, but can also be applied using audio recordings using a gentle yet powerful state of mind known as hypnosis, a natural form of trance, which is very similar to daydreaming. No matter whether you are guided into hypnosis using an audio product or by a therapist, you remain in full control of all your faculties and senses at all times. You can never be made to do anything against your own will or moral beliefs and the vast majority of people find hypnosis to be a pleasant, relaxing and beneficial experience. It is always worth bearing in mind that hypnotherapy should be considered to be a process of change rather than a single quick-fix event, and requires the recipient to have first and foremost, a desire to change, and a willingness to engage with that process, and not to expect the therapy to do all the work on it’s own. The suggestions given to you while in a hypnotic trance can help the resistance of the conscious mind to be lowered, and by doing so, the deeper levels of the subconscious mind can respond more readily to those suggestions given. This helps enable the recipient to ‘kick start’ a process of positive change. Those people who really commit to the process, and work step by step towards achieving their own goals are the ones who undoubtedly benefit the most. Let’s face it, If you want to change something in your life, in order to get real results, it’s no good doing exactly the same as you’ve always done and expecting change to happen all by itself.
Emotional issues can be very complex in nature, and therefore it may be advisable to seek professional advice from your family doctor if you are unsure whether or not you should pursue the use of audio hypnosis at this time. There are a few circumstances where hypnosis is not suitable for some people. Hypnosis is not recommended if you suffer from severe mental illness or if you have been diagnosed with schizophrenia. If you experience epileptic fits, hypnosis is usually safe to use as long as any epileptic episodes are being successfully managed with current medication. However, under these circumstances it would also be advisable for you to consult with your doctor before using hypnosis products or undergoing treatment with a clinical hypnotherapist. For long term, depression, manic depression, severe phobias, and Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) it is recommended that you also seek one to one help with an experienced and fully qualified therapist who can help you deal with these more complex matters.
An Introduction to Hypnotherapy
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By using hypnosis audio products you can help to address your own issues in the privacy of your own controlled environment. You can use these products as a stand-alone solution, or as an accompaniment to ongoing treatment that you may already be receiving from a qualified professional hypnotherapist.
Hypnotherapy can provide an effective solution for many of life’s issues.