How Hypnosis Works & Theory of the Mind?


Hypnosis is a unique state of mind

that everybody experiences daily. The time just before falling asleep at night and the few moments before waking up, are both natural hypnotic states that each of us experiences routinely. In addition there are other instances when you experience trance like states during the normal course of the day.

These are the times when you are daydreaming hypnosis-diagram-300x213

or thinking deeply about something, lost to the world around you, or even when you are driving to someplace immersed so deep in your thoughts that you do not realize how quickly you have reached your destination. During times such as these the brain wave activity slows down producing Alpha waves that make it easier for you to access the deeper recesses of the mind.

A trained hypnotherapist is able to guide

the subject into such a hypnotic state during therapy and enables him to bypass the doors of the critical mind through which access is usually denied during normal waking Beta consciousness. Once you have crossed the barrier of the critical mind, the therapist can then navigate the search into your subconscious to look for the source of your negative and limiting beliefs, trauma or blocks. Having identified them, he can then work with various therapeutic techniques to reprogram and heal these blocks to create positive programs and in places where the limiting beliefs lay.

Hypnotherapy is approved by both

the American Medical Association and the British Medical Association and is widely used by Olympic sportsmen to enhance performance, dentists for anesthesia free dental treatment, and is increasingly gaining acceptance by the medical fraternity around the world as an adjunct therapy in the treatment of specific diseases.


According to the US government Hypnosis is the bypass of the critical factor of the mind and acceptance of acceptable selective thinking

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