Self Hypnotism Weight Loss

Can you be hypnotised into losing weight?

Hypnosis is a trance state characterized by suggestibility, in which the subject can be persuaded to act in ways they never would if fully conscious. It’s not sleep. It’s often compared to daydreaming, or the informal trance state we all experience when engrossed in a book or a film. In a sense, we all hypnotize ourselves every day.

Some believe hypnosis is a way to access a person’s subconscious mind directly. Which is why it’s such a powerful tool for change in our lives. Your subconscious handles all the things you do automatically. You don’t have to think about breathing, because your subconscious mind takes care of it. That also goes for driving, most of your job, and every other learned skill.

Your subconscious, in fact, is the mastermind behind the scenes.

It runs more of your life than you’d probably feel comfortable knowing about, and dictates most of what you do.

When you enter the deep relaxation and focused attention of the hypnotic state, they subdue your conscious mind so that you’re still aware of everything around you, but your waking self takes a back seat. It’s as if being hypnotized opens an access panel in your head, letting you and the hypnotist tinker with your subconscious,

You don’t need a hypnotist to get hypnotized. When we know the relaxation and focusing techniques, most of us can enter a hypnotic state and make our own suggestions to our subconscious minds. Getting in shape this way is easy, once you know how. When you make the necessary changes, the process is automatic. The real battle is in fixing the beliefs in your head that make you think otherwise. And that’s where self-hypnosis can come in very useful indeed.

Easy to say; but is it so easy to do?

Well, with a little practice, getting relaxed enough to change your mental programming is easy. Don’t confuse the process with the sometimes creepy, sometimes sleazy image that stage hypnotism has for most of us. We’ve all seen shows where audience members who should know better are made to act like idiots on stage by a stage hypnotist. The risks come from unscrupulous or incompetent practitioners. If you have no history of mental health problems or epilepsy, you’re probably safe to explore the therapeutic benefits of the light trance states achievable through self hypnosis. Kindly note this is the unproven opinion of a layman, and not a medical professional. Your health is your responsibility. But knowing that hypnotism can work to change your life in beneficial ways, isn’t it worth a try?

Can you be hypnotised into losing weight?

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