8 Steps to Hypnotize Yourself Using Self-Hypnosis

Have you ever wondered how you can super-charge your meditation and focus its healing powers on a specific aspect of your life?

Would you like to tap into the power of your unconscious mind and learn how to become your own effective Hypnotherapist?

How quickly you learn to do so may depend on your attitude towards self-hypnosis. Don’t try too hard or set unreal targets. Take your time and relax. Accept the speed at which results can be obtained, albeit small at first appearance. Believe in yourself, and the success you want will continue to be achieved.

In this article, I will share with you the 8 Steps to Hypnotize Yourself using Self Hypnosis.

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How Hypnosis & Self-Hypnosis Could Benefit People?

Self-hypnosis is often used to develop actions, behavior, emotions, and attitudes to improve trust and help people learn new competencies. It can be used to tackle habits like smoking and overeating as a great reliever of stress and anxiety.

What many people don’t realise is that Hypnosis is not something new nor is it something that they are unfamiliar with.

The actual hypnotherapy process is a non-ordinary state of consciousness that almost every single person goes into at some point throughout their day.

Whether this is when they are day-dreaming, or within the first 20 mins of waking up in the morning, or when they are having a shower, or even when driving a car.

Self-Hypnosis happens when we tell ourselves things, silently, which overtime influences how we feel about ourselves, about our environment and how we respond to others.

You are already under a form a self-hypnotic influence because you already believe a lot of what your inner self-talk tells you. We all do it. The real question is whether your inner self-talk is telling you positive and empowering things, or whether your inner self-talk is being overly critical, scare-mongering, and causing your more stress.

So what really is a Hypnotic State and should You be Scared of Hypnosis?

Many people who are scared of hypnosis and the power of Hypnotherapy simply don’t understand it. It’s human nature for us to be fearful of things that we don’t understand, but it’s with knowledge and understanding that we can see things for what they really are.

Just like a young child who is scared of the dark – eventually, they learn that the absence of light doesn’t mean that monsters now lurk around.

  1. Hypnosis is NOT how it’s depicted on TV or in movies.
  2. Hypnosis is also NOT what Stage Hypnotists want you to believe either.
  3. Hypnosis is NOT mind control, and you WON’T ever get ‘stuck’ in hypnosis either.

Hypnosis is a natural state of mind that helps you to become more receptive to learning something new that previously you might have been ignoring. It doesn’t magically change you.

When used with therapy, hypnosis, and therefore becoming Hypnotherapy, it helps you discover something new and choose to use it to empower yourself to make the desired change in your life. Using Self-Hypnosis with clear intentions and full belief in the possibility of it helping improve a focused aspect of your life is like speaking directly to the most powerful part of your mind; Your Unconscious mind.

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Is Self Hypnosis Safe?

All hypnosis is Self Hypnosis. Self-hypnosis is a suitable method for improving the mind. It is a highly safe technique that can offer self-esteem, trust, and relaxation.

Self Hypnosis is just like Day-dreaming or Meditation but used with a specific intent and focus.

There is nothing dangerous or unsafe about Self Hypnosis. In fact, an argument could be created to suggest that by not knowing how to use Self-Hypnosis to deal with stress or addiction or other unhealthy habits, can actually cause more harm. Many people face long-term damage from things like cigarettes, stress, alcohol, taking pain-killers for years, and even years of poor sleep habits.

Some would say that it’s actually unsafe NOT to know how to use Self-Hypnosis to avoid these problems from affecting our lives.

What is the Difference Between Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic session that uses Hypnosis as a non-ordinary state of consciousness to suspend the client’s old thinking and processing ways.

This temporary suspension allows the client to learn something new about themselves or their situation that normally would have been hard to grasp in a normal state of consciousness.

Self Hypnosis can be used as a much faster process to achieve the same outcome as Hypnotherapy. Self Hypnosis can be used more rapidly because you are only working on yourself. Therefore, you don’t need to progressively build up trust and understanding in the process as you would do if working with a client with Hypnotherapy.

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How Long Does Self Hypnosis Take To See Results?

An interesting question to consider is “How Long Does Self Hypnosis Take To See Results?”
One way to answer this question is by first asking a different, but relevant question; How fast can someone make a profound change in their life?

The answer to this is… In a split moment.

However, some people are dysfunctionally self-hypnotised to believe that the change they seek will take weeks or months or even years.

Imagine if you could use Self Hypnosis to authentically understand the power of the mind and truly how fast change can occur when someone is resourceful enough to believe it’s possible.

Many people use Rapid Self Hypnosis and get a profound change in one single session, but some people need a few extra sessions.

What sort of Benefits can Hypnosis Create?

Over 3000 scientific studies around the world have demonstrated the efficacy of Hypnosis & Hypnotherapy in numerous ways from Weight Loss, Addictions, Pain Reduction, Immunity, Sleep Health & Confidence.

Hypnotherapy is now also a part of whole-patient care being offered by hundreds of Hospitals across the US, UK and Australia.

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The 8 Step to Hypnotize Yourself Using Self Hypnosis

Here are the 8, easy-to-follow steps to help you hypnotize yourself using Self Hypnosis.

This approach can be used for any style of transformation that you want to see an improvement in such as sleeping issues, anxiety, depression, anger, stress, bad habits, smoking, drinking, weight issues, food addictions, procrastination, long term pain, discomfort, confidence, productivity and much, much more.

Read through each step to understand the process, and then replicate it in one quick system to experience the therapeutic benefits of Self Hypnosis.

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