The hypnotic state is a trance-like state characterized by increased suggestibility, extreme relaxation, and heightened imagination. If you can put yourself into this state (a hypnotic state) of consciousness at will, then you can get the benefits of improved mental power and well-being. Self-hypnosis refers to a situation where you intentionally put yourself in this relaxed state without the help of anyone, not even a hypnotherapist.
Self-Hypnosis improves the power of the mind because it induces a state of increased suggestibility and extreme relaxation to treat a host of physical and mental conditions. This technique is medically recognized and it uses innate mental powers to promote all kinds of physical and mental improvements. Quite a number of health care professionals are trained in hypnotherapy — chiropractors, nurses, doctors, dentists and psychotherapists. However, with self-hypnosis, you don’t have to rely on someone else to guide you into this powerful mental state – it is something you can do on your own.
But how does self-hypnosis feel? If you’ve ever found yourself entranced or mesmerized by ripples in a pond, ocean waves, or a crackling fire, then you’ve experienced self-hypnosis. These experiences make you feel profoundly relaxed and lost in your thoughts; you become temporarily unaware of the world around you – just like someone who is absorbed in a novel or a movie.
Hypnosis can help alleviate anxiety and other stress-related disorders. It helps with situational anxiety such as fear of taking exams or of public speaking. Self-hypnosis is also useful if you have a medically related anxiety such as that experienced before or during chemotherapy, surgery, a dental procedure, or other medical treatments and tests.
It can minimize the symptoms of panic attacks and generalized anxiety disorder. Medical experts have used it successfully for a long list of chronic disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, high blood pressure, asthma, migraines, tension headaches, fibromyalgia, eating disorders, chronic pain, and bruxism. It also helps those with dementia, Tourette syndrome, sexual problems, post-traumatic stress disorder, memory issues, insomnia and sleep disorders, epilepsy and depression.
You can use hypnosis to improve all areas of your life. It is most commonly used for weight loss, to sleep better, quit smoking, or for general stress relief. Hypnosis is useful to increase concentration, focus and productivity, improve self-esteem and confidence, and enhance relationships. You can use self-Hypnosis to make you whatever you want to be —healthier, happier, and more successful.
Since the 1950s, many medics have acknowledged hypnosis as a valid medical therapy. It is therefore not surprising that a wide variety of health care professionals have integrated it into their practice.
Discover Your Power with Self Hypnosis
Dates: Saturday January 21 & 28
Time 10:00 am-1:00 pm
Location: HK Hypnosis 4650 N. Port Washington Rd
Fee: $125.00 Early Bird Price $90.00 if paid before January 14th
Call 414-241-2563 or Sign up at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/discover-your-power-with-self-hypnosis-tickets-30803273420 2017