Using self-hypnosis allows you to take control of the mind process. You can be empowered with knowledge and use it to your benefit. Using self-hypnosis, you lead yourself into the trance state. Then you can use suggestions to teach your subconscious mind how to cope with stresses, emotions and free yourself from limiting beliefs.
- Self-hypnosis can be a successful way of reducing stress and opening the mind to new ideas or thought processes, especially when dealing with negative behavior and habits
- Self-hypnosis works by reaching a relaxed state whereby it is possible to sink deeper into our minds and rewrite or reprogram our subconscious
- Self-hypnosis isn’t a quick fix; it requires perseverance and practice in order for the subconscious mind to pick up and apply the new messages
Self-Hypnosis As a Powerful Self-Development Tool
During out lifetime, we acquire limiting beliefs about ourselves, others, or the way things work in the world. The beliefs become negative suggestions that operate within our subconscious mind. They can disempower us and induce all kinds of emotional disturbances. It can also focus your mind on the positive things you want in life.
In today’s world, self-hypnosis is one of the most valuable tools you can learn. It allows you to use the power of your own mind to create ON PURPOSE. We are always creating by default and often it can be negative. When you OWN your mindset, you create on purpose and can make your thoughts and actions match the positive outcome you desire.Tina Pineiro
Why Learn Self-Hypnosis?
Self-hypnosis as a self-induced state of deep relaxation and openness of your consciousness. A hypnotist guides you into this state, but you can do it yourself. All hypnosis is self-hypnosis. The trick is to learn how to own your mindset and make your mind work for you.
When you self-hypnotize, you lead your own mind and body into a profoundly relaxed state. The door to your subconsciousness opens. You become more susceptible to suggestions. By bypassing your conscious mind’s critical factor, you allow for ideas to become embedded into your subconscious mind. These suggestions help with a variety of issues.
Often, we are actually experiencing self-hypnosis or autohypnosis and are unaware of it, mostly because you don’t currently understand it. YET. Here are two examples of how you have already been in a hypnosis state.
Can you recall a time when you engrossed in the experience of the ocean or a campfire? Maybe you got lost in a good book and forgot all time? At that moment, you were in a hypnotic state. An additional example of spontaneous self-hypnosis is when our minds use it to generate stress, anxiety, and fear in our lives, even though it’s likely an unwanted state.
Self-Hypnosis can help with:
- Weight Loss
- Smoking Cessation
- Stress Management
- Fears and Phobias
- Pain Management
- Better Sleep
- Self-improvement in general