QUESTIONS ABOUT HYPNOSIS

What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a special consciousness created by suggestion, by looking, speaking or using some auxiliary objects.
is still. In other words, it is a trance state. During this trance, the person feels all the (sound, light, smell, etc.)
listens with increased attention to the suggestions of the hypnotist, while shutting himself off or ignoring the stimuli,
understands and implements with voluntary participation.

What is Hypnotherapy?
It is the general name given to treatments applied through hypnosis (during hypnosis).

Is hypnosis a sleep?
Hypnosis is definitely not a state of sleep. From the outside, the person in hypnosis seems to be in a deep and peaceful state.
looks like he’s asleep. Scottish Doctor James Braid, who made the same mistaken observation, wrote this transgender in 1840.
He named his state hypnosis, inspired by the ancient Greek god of sleep, Hypnosis. A short while
then Dr. Braid realized that this trance state was not sleep, and the name hypnosis was inappropriate.
However, since this was established, the use of the name hypnosis continued.

Can a person be hypnotized against their will, forcibly or unconsciously?
No! It is not possible. Hypnosis is a state of trance performed with the voluntary will and participation of the person.
The hypnotist may provide some form of hypnosis to the person who voluntarily agrees to undergo hypnosis.
gives suggestions. The person enters hypnosis by applying these suggestions. A person who does not want to go into hypnosis
He does not go into hypnosis because he refuses to carry out the suggested suggestions.

Does the hypnotist accept everything the hypnotist says as it is and do it exactly?

No! The conscious control of the person is not lost during hypnosis. Everything the hypnotist says
hears, understands, even judges. If what he is asked to do is not in accordance with the social and moral values ​​of the person
does not accept, does not apply. If insisted, the person will come out of hypnosis.

Does a hypnotized person reveal their secrets against their will?
Since the conscious control of the person in hypnosis is not lost, he does not tell any secrets unless he wants to.
does not provide information. The person in hypnosis is only responsible for what he has to say (for example, in the treatment of his illness).
if he believes it will be helpful (as it will work) and trusts the hypnotist to the questions asked.
gives answers.

Is it possible not to “wake up” from hypnosis?
Since hypnosis is not a sleep, there is no such thing as not being able to wake up. Physician performing hypnosis at the end of therapy
When he gives the suggestion that he will come out of hypnosis, the person comes out of hypnosis and opens his eyes.

How does hypnosis occur? What are the basic conditions for entering hypnosis?
There are three basic elements in the formation of hypnosis: Volunteering, concentration and imagination. hypnosis
When getting started, the person must first be willing and willing to engage in hypnosis. Volunteer and willing person
He gives all his attention to the suggestion sentence that the doctor tells him (for introduction to hypnosis) and concentrates.

Then he realizes the content of the suggested suggestion by imagining it. As can be seen here, a
To be able to enter hypnosis, the person must be willing, have sufficient concentration and imagination.
mandatory. Or, in other words, those who are reluctant, reluctant, or lack concentration and imagination.
The incompetent cannot enter hypnosis.

Is it possible to go to past lives or the future with hypnosis?

No way! Unfortunately, this is one of the most abused fields. Maybe one’s own
Although it can be used to bring out some unconsciously repressed disturbing memories in your life,
This is a very special technique that can certainly be applied by experts. To past lives and especially to the future
If it was possible to go, everyone would see Toto, Lotto, Six Ganyan and everything you can think of and see the time.
It would change the flow! Anyone who approaches with such promises is definitely a charlatan or a psychiatric patient himself.
You might think it’s someone.

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