Practical use of hypnosis in daily life & the subtle effects on others.
Hope that this post finds you well, empowered, and your life has been going as you planned these past days.
In the last article we talked about how hypnotherapy can be used for finding happiness in one’s own life. In this issue, we are going to talk about how the practical use of hypnosis can actually be used in subtle fashion on those around you.
There are many practical uses of hypnosis.
Including helping your children do better in school, calming a loved one with anger issues, assisting a person you know with depression issues and even making people like you more.
The mind is a wonderful thing, and although we have learned a lot about it’s complexity – there is still a great deal to discover. One of its most fascinating elements is the connection of the subconscious mind to your conscious thought. Think of the volunteers that go on stage to be hypnotized – within seconds a skilled hypnotist can put a person into a trance and get them to do literally whatever he wants. It’s important to also note that although not all hypnotists are created equal – they are not magicians and have no secret power. They simply have learned practical uses of hypnosis and the doorways that open to the subconscious mind and as a result are able to put the subject into a near immediate trance.
Hypnotherapy is a practical use of hypnosis, there are differences.
In the last two issues, we talked about whether hypnosis works and how to use hypnotherapy to find personal happiness. We also touched on the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy – and when it comes to subliminally hypnotizing a person – it is different than using hypnotherapy to change a person’s behaviour. Hypnosis is most effective for immediate behaviour changes – and in it’s most subtle forms can be seen in use in a variety of situations including even law enforcement, where police officers are trained to calm an angry suspect by methodically slowing their speech and breathing patterns – which are both mild forms of hypnosis.
With the practical use of hypnosis, hypnotherapy, the premise is to more subtly change a person’s habits.
For example, if you wanted your kids to be more focused on getting their homework done, using repetitive keywords and behaviour patterns can have a significant effect when used over an extended period.
This method is often called covert hypnosis or subliminal hypnosis – and is the process of manipulating a person’s behaviour and mental state without their immediate knowledge. This field is massive and there are volumes to be read on the topic online. In addition there are numerous programs and books on the subject.
One of the more fascinating programs is called “Disguised Hypnosis” from an author named Jonathan Groves. This program covers in depth the concepts and techniques of covert hypnosis and how to use it to control how people behave around you. Check out the link or Google his name if your interested.
Thank you and Remember, “It’s never too late to become who you are supposed to be”.
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