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Being Hypnotised? (10 Facts You Must Know)

Being hypnotised,  here are 10 important facts you must know. While being hypnotised you are highly suggestible.

Before being hypnotised, learn some interesting facts about today’s modern style of hypnotherapy.

Understandably, being hypnotised is still very much “unknown territory”. Let me tell you more about it…

For instance, you may not realise that the act of being hypnotised has been around for centuries, dating back in history to over 3,000 years ago. It is discussed in texts from Ancient Egypt, China and Hindu culture.

Millions of people around the word experience being in and coming out of hypnosis daily. Your imagination is also very active while we are in a hypnotic state. Your imagination creates positive and negative thoughts which alter your perception of reality. As a result, you experience a variety of hypnotic states each day without knowing it.

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For instance, you may not be aware of it, but when you are depressed, stressed, anxious or angry, you are using your imagination to work against you. On the other hand, hypnotherapy will help you use your imagination more constructively.

You can improve your bad habits with hypnosis, as well as gain better physical, mental and professional skills and abilities. Reduce your stress or anxiety, and much more with hypnotherapy.

Being hypnotised: 10 Facts About Hypnosis

Everyone can be hypnotised. In fact, we come in and out of a hypnotic state a number of times a day. It’s the same as when you “zone out” while daydreaming, reading a book or just before you fall asleep.

Any time you enter a state of deep relaxation, you’re also entering a state of hypnosis. Even driving from place to place can put you into a trance-like experience.

Highway hypnosis or road hypnosis is a focused mental state.

As a result, you drive a car or a truck in a safe and correct way, but with no conscious recollection. Hypnosis is where the conscious and the subconscious parts of your brain meet. Your brain is around 10 percent conscious and 90 percent subconscious. All your memories are stored in the subconscious mind.  

A well respected epigenetic scientist Dr. Bruce Lipton says” “subconscious mind is a habit creating mind“. Most important thing about your habit mind is that you don’t want it to change very quickly. That’s because even good habits could fall apart. So it is resistant to change.

However, desired changes can be made in hypnosis. During hypnosis suggestions are easily made, instructing the subconscious mind to let go of bad habits. Thereby making desired goals possible. 

Apparently, when awake you can have up to 50 different thoughts at any one time. But when being hypnotised, you focus on just one thought. This mind focusing phenomena is what allows you to become highly suggestible. This is why your hypnotist focuses on just one particular topic or goal you want to achieve. 

Hypnotism allows you to “follow your desires”. The subconscious part of your brain is filled with desires from the heart (not the head). If you truly believe and imagine something from the heart, then hypnotism will be effective. On the other hand, when you are depressed, anxious, or jealous you are using your imagination against you. Hypnotherapy will help you use your imagination in a way that’s for your highest good.

Being hypnotised does not convince you to do anything you don’t want to. This seems contradictory when you see a stage show. Because a stage hypnotist sure looks like he can make people do funny things they normally wouldn’t do. But, this is because they have been carefully chosen from the audience. The hypnotist won’t choose someone who doesn’t show signs of being highly responsive to hypnosis. These people show signs it’s going to work on them, which makes them act more suggestible.

Even while in a deep trance you’re most likely to remember everything that happens when you’re being hypnotised. Only a few people fall into such a deep trance that they won’t remember anything.

People can undergo surgery in a trance-like hypnosis, without having conventional pain relief or anaesthetic. Patients having surgical procedures in hypnosis are very much aware of what is going on around them. But they won’t feel anything physically. It’s all in the mind!

Hypnosis works for improving your health and wellbeing; both emotionally, mentally  and physically. After having one hour of hypnosis, you’ll feel as amazing as if you’ve had many hours of refreshing sleep.

Find out more about a working day in the life of a hypnotherapist and how a hypnotherapist can be of help.

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Conclusion About Being Hypnotised

Millions of people around the world come in and out of hypnosis daily. As a result, we experience a variety of hypnotic states each day without knowing it.

After experiencing hypnosis in therapy sessions, many people report positive changes in their health, wellbeing and lifestyle.

When you are depressed, anxious, jealous or angry, you are using your imagination to work against you. Hypnotherapy will help you use your imagination more constructively, in a way that’s in your own best interests.

Instead of self-criticism and negative self-talk, causing you further inner turmoil; wouldn’t it be nice to think of yourself kindly, in a supportive way?

But, on second thought, that’s easier said than done…

As a trained hypnotherapist I know that sometimes we need help.

With help of Hypnotherapy and while being hypnotised, anxiety and stress relief is achievable. Because, just as your inner-mind creates worry, turmoil and conflict, it can also change it.

You can improve your habits. Gain better physical, mental and professional skills and abilities. Resolve negative emotions and much more with hypnotherapy.

Get in touch today for more information on how being hypnotised can help you to change habits such as; quit smoking or for help with compulsive gambling. Make an appointment with me, Katherine Ferris Clinical Hypnotherapist in Sydney CBD call now 02 9568 6801

Clinical Hypnotherapist in Sydney

Katherine Ferris - clinical Hypnotherapist

Hypnotherapist – Sydney Wellbeing Centre

Mindfulness hypnotherapy services for emotional health and wellbeing. Hypnotherapy brings quick relief from stress, anxiety, panic attacks, habits and addictions, to stop smoking and gambling.

With 20+ years experience as a Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist I own and run the practice at Sydney Wellbeing Centre in Macquarie Street, Sydney and Booth Street, Annandale, Inner West Sydney.