Conscious Hypnosis: Debunking Myths and Unveiling Truths

The myths and mysteries surrounding hypnosis are completely undeserved. What actually takes place is a very normal, non-magical process that yields predictable results. There is absolutely no question of being controlled, manipulated, or induced into a deep trance state.

A person in hypnosis, often referred to as conscious hypnosis, is not asleep. They are often more aware of what is happening than usual, and their senses function more efficiently than normal. It's impossible to make anyone do something they do not wish to do, except for those who are truly mentally subnormal, very young children, or inhibited individuals who can enter the hypnotic state.

People who say or think, "Nobody could get me under," or "I wouldn't want anybody controlling my mind," or "I might reveal my secrets," are already demonstrating a total misconception of what hypnosis truly is.

The state of hypnosis is a completely natural phenomenon, pleasant, and highly relaxing. A person can carry on a conversation with ease while in this state. There's no possibility of harm, and indeed, the centuries-old technique of hypnosis is increasingly used as a complementary approach to orthodox medicine. It provides a valuable alternative to drugs for anesthesia, accelerates healing, relieves stress, and manages pain. A suitable definition of hypnosis is a state of relaxation and concentration in alignment with heightened awareness induced by suggestion.

I will employ my voice to guide you into the state of hypnosis. Although you might not feel explicitly hypnotized, you're likely to experience mental and physical relaxation, and your memory might be improved. I am a normal person and a compassionate professional, devoid of any mystical or magical powers. No flowing robes or swinging watches, just a reassuring demeanor to put you at ease and the expertise to assist you with your issue.

Two Distinctive Treatments with Conscious Hypnosis:

  1. Suggestion Therapy: This is useful for simpler problems such as boosting confidence and may require one or two sessions, possibly with a booster later on.
  2. Analytical Therapy: This is used to uncover the causes of psychological issues. These therapies can also be combined. Hypno-analysis can be summarized as a doctrine of cause and effect—every symptom must have a cause. Hypno-analysis reveals and eliminates the cause, subsequently releasing the symptoms.

Emotional problems respond well to conscious analysis. The goal of analysis is to bring you to a moment of surprising and liberating enlightenment. One can be reasonably confident that lasting release will usually be achieved within 8 to 12 sessions of analysis. This contrasts with mere symptom control through suggestion.

There is no reason for anyone to endure something within themselves that is beyond their control. Provided you're willing to invest time, money, effort, and self-discipline, conscious hypnosis offers a dramatic acceleration of analysis. Results can often be achieved within a few weeks, as opposed to the conventional 1,000-hour analysis.