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Overcoming Dental Fear

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Dental fear is another common fear shared by many individuals. Despite the importance of dental care, there are quite many who despise the idea of going to the dentist for a visit. For some people, the pain associated with any type of dental problems is tied up with the fear of that dreaded visit to the dentist. Statistics reveal that dentists are the most feared out of any type of doctors.

It is no surprise as to why dental fear is so prevalent given the different situational causes to it.

Cause of Dental Fear

The fear of dentists vary in their intensity such that some people are afraid of undergoing intricate dental procedures while others dislike the idea of seeing the dentist at all. Due to the importance of dental care as part of taking care of your body, it is also important to assess your level of fear so you can undertake the necessary steps to overcome it.

If you examine the causes for dental fear, these are quite familiar. Therefore, you need to be able to identify them before you can think of ways to eliminate them.

  • Previous terrible experience with a dentist.
  • Fear of being embarrassed or ridiculed for your dental condition. This is quite problematic since your own fear is also the reason for your dental neglect in the first place.
  • Fear of certain dental procedures, specially intricate ones that you might perceive as painful.
  • Others own scary or terrible experiences with the dentist that impact your own perception about dentists and having a dental check-up on a whole.
  • Fear of the anesthesia shots and needles registered by the dentist before proceeding to any dental procedure.

Behavioral Techniques To Overcome Dental Fear

As with any other types of fear, dental fear mostly takes place in the mind. Therefore, you can try to combat it with a few psychological methods that will enable you to confront this fear. By following them, you are not entirely guaranteed of being able to let go of that fear altogether. However, it can help you understand that this type of fear can be illogical and enable you to appreciate the importance of having frequent dental care.

The Comfort Zone

This is an important concept associated with psychological fears involved with your dental fear. Undergoing dental procedures can be scary, but you can get over that by re-learning the emotional responses solicited by the experience. This is most common among children. For example, you can try doing basic check up wherein the doctor examines the teeth using a mouth mirror. If a child shows no signs of fear from that, then you can proceed to a more elaborate test. Taking this step by step process and moving in slowly will enable the child or individual to remain in their comfort zone. This is a more useful approach among adults given that they can voice out their experience so that you remain as relaxed about the entire dental visit.

Knowing You’re In Control

This one is related to the idea of the “comfort zone”, which is basically about letting your dentist know whether or not you are comfortable about the dental proceedings. It is important that you learn how to effectively communicate with your dentist so they remain aware about your state throughout the entire procedure. If at some point you become quite anxious about the situation, then it is best to send out warning signals so your dentist know when to stop or proceed.

Also, you need to keep it in mind that dental procedures are not going to hurt. That is what the numbing agent is for, which is also another reason why you should not fear those shots administered before any procedure. Once you have motivated yourself enough to dismiss all these thoughts of fear and anxiety, then you’d be able to come out of the procedure with a healthier dental condition.

What self-hypnosis is all about

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Self-hypnosis has become one of the hottest ways to help people cope with their addiction. Of course, this is not something that you can use for instance when you are addicted to drugs or when you have a bad case of mental disorder. For the most part, self-hypnosis works for addictions that are not deeply-rooted and does not involve any forms of withdrawal.

One of the most common uses of self-hypnosis nowadays is towards self-improvement and personality shift. If you want for instance to suddenly become more patient and manage your anger well, this is the procedure for you. The same goes with people who want to excel academically by enhancing their memory and concentration skills. Self-hypnosis is also found to be effective when it comes to helping relive pain after a medical procedure or when pain is one of the symptoms. There are some who have even used self-hypnosis to quit smoking although it was not completely effective in all of the cases. According to experts, the effectiveness of the procedure will still depend on the individual’s own personality and response. There are people who are much easier to hypnotize than others.

Despite its more modern uses, self-hypnosis or hypnosis in general has been part of the world’s history since time immemorial. The Egypt for instance found this a good thing and likened it to spiritualism. The Church however do not condone the use of hypnosis and have even been mentioned in the past as one way to open the mind to the devil. New age believers however feel that hypnosis is an untapped science that can help the humankind when utilized better.

Contrary to what most believe, self-hypnosis is safe, perhaps even safer than professionally administered hypnosis because you are basically in control of your own mind. You are not surrendering complete control to the hypnotist. This is good especially if you are not really sure on the abilities of your hypnotist. Doing it yourself can however have a downside. One of them is its slow rate of response. You may need to wait awhile before you can actually notice a change in your behavior. You may have to work real hard for it as opposed to sitting pretty in the company of a professional hypnotist.

This “your own effort” bit is most often what attracts people to self-hypnosis. If you must remember, one of the earlier criticisms against hypnosis is the fact that patients are not essentially changing their behavior but having someone tweak it for them. There is no hard work involved nor there is an intrinsic change to speak of. However, even with the emphasis on doing it on your own, you still need the guidance of a professional hypnotist. In fact before starting the session, you need to get instructions from them. They will also answer all your questions and guide you through your sessions. There is still professional involvement in the sense that they will be monitoring your progress.

On what is more effective, self-hypnosis or professionally-administered, the jury is still out. According to industry experts, a lot depends on the patient who may respond well or not well to a hypnosis session. Still, the mere fact that you can have complete control over yourself even during a hypnosis session already makes self-hypnosis the better choice for most people.

The Main Stages of Hypnosis

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Hypnosis has been used to treat various problems. In fact, there are three stages of hypnosis and the hypnotist will try one or another to help you.

The first stage of hypnosis is known as a light or lethargic hypnotic sleep. The hypnotist will tell you to relax and make you visualize events that could either be in the past or the future. A good example of this is when athletes are told to imagine winning in an upcoming competition.

The second stage is called medium or hallucinatory state where just like the first, the hypnotist will tell the patient to remember past events and then forget about it. This can also be used to help someone give up an addition like alcohol or drugs.

The third stage is when a person falls into a deep or somnambulistic state. This means that the person has fallen into a deep spell and he or she will do anything that is instructed by the hypnotist. There are three levels here and the first two will make the patient do things that they won’t even remember when they wake up. The third level is only used when the person has to undergo surgery without the use of anesthesia.

Unlike the first 2 stages of hypnosis, the third is rarely used as treatment. This is used for entertainment and a classic example is making a person act like a chicken.

You might be wondering how the hypnotist will know what to use to help the patient. The truth is, they don’t until they are able to meet the patient for the first and establish a rapport with them. You have to remember that hypnosis does not work with everyone which is why it is important to assess the person’s receptiveness to this type of treatment.

One way to determine that is to ask the patient some simple questions such as;

Why do you want to try hypnotherapy?

What do you hope to achieve?

Have you consulted other health professionals regarding your problem?

What was the outcome?

From there, the hypnotist will now begin the process of introducing the patient to hypnosis by beginning the induction. This is done in a quiet room and different words or cues are used to get the patient into the mood. Sometimes, music is also played in the background.

You have to remember that this does not yet mean that the client will become receptive to hypnosis. Most of the time, first timers are not comfortable with it yet which is why during the session, the patient may yawn, frown or make movements using either the hand or the feet.

This does not mean that hypnosis may not help the patient because there are other techniques that the hypnotist can use to maximize this form of treatment.

Will hypnosis work on everyone? The answer is no. Studies have shown that people with an IQ level below 70, those who have difficult concentrating and are skeptic about this form of treatment will not be able to experience the same effect as those who are far more intelligent and open minded.

So, if you are one of those that are not that smart and don’t believe that this can work, you better find some other form of treatment for your problem because knowing what the three stages of hypnosis will not make any difference.

Past Life Regression and Reincarnation – A Myth or Not?

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Are there really benefits to past life regression?

Non-believers of reincarnation think that past life is simply an imagination and a fraud. Well, you don’t have to believe them instantly not unless you’ve looked into the possible benefits you can get from past life regression.

Even if you already know something about the life prior to your present, it means nothing especially if you don’t do anything or make changes in your present life that is related to the past. Your conscious mind tells you what to do in your everyday life. Was there a point when you felt that something was missing in your life? Are there times when mysterious thoughts pop into your mind? In these instances, your subconscious mind might be telling your something and the problem is – you’re not listening or not giving it some attention.

Most religions all over the world like Catholic and Judaism believe in reincarnation. Because of the limited belief in past life regression, some people think that it’s only a myth. This is also true with hypnosis which happens to be the most common tool used in PLR. According to therapists, there is a connection between the current life and the past life. Famous people may also have been quite famous in their past lives.

Those who don’t believe in past life are asking for substantial evidence as a proof. It’s impossible to research about your past life. Notable exceptions are also known but this happens rarely.

In the case of PLR, a person can recall the details of his past life but once he returns to his conscious mind, he will recall anything. Only through the help of an experienced and reputable PLR therapist can you discover about the past.

Here’s a very good example that can serve as a proof that there really is a past life. A patient consulted a PLR therapist. The patient speaks only the English language and he doesn’t know any other language. During the therapy, he started talking in Spanish. The way he talked showed that he knew so much about the language during a certain era. So you see, when your subconscious is accessed through PLR, a lot of things can be discovered.

Aside from the past life, you can also uncover deeper memories that you can hardly remember, whether from your current life or that of the past. PLR is truly a fascinating thing. It can’t be considered a myth because there are already pieces of evidence that proves its validity. The decision is now only up to the individual whether he or she will believe in PLR or not. It is a matter of personal choice.

Even if others don’t believe in it, you can always try a PLR session. You have nothing to lose just in case you consult a PLR hypnotherapist. It is also up to you whether you will believe in what you’ve discovered or whether you will allow such knowledge to affect your present life.

Past life regression is practiced all over the world. For centuries, a lot of people believed in reincarnation even though others contradict such belief. If you think that there is truth behind the claims of people who tried PLR, you’re free to consult a reputable PLR hypnotherapist.

The experience you can gain is magical and fascinating; so why not try it now?

Hypnosis Can Be Used to Treat Depression

Hypnosis Can Be Used to Treat Depression

People feel depressed every now and then. If this affects your ability to work or do anything, then you really have a problem. In fact, this happens to one in six Americans. Fortunately, there is a way to feel good again and this can only happen if you talk with someone who has had hypnosis training.

But before we explain what hypnosis can do for you, we have to understand how grave depression can be. By definition, it is a state of being that lasts for long period of time and as a result affects your body, mood and thoughts.

This is much different than feeling bad from losing a game or not getting what you want because it could be caused by something worse such as the loss of a loved one. Although there are anti-depressants available to treat it, people have to deal with the side effects so taking it is not always the solution.

Specialists who have had hypnosis training can help people suffering from depression by going into their subconscious and then making things right. Before they can do that, the specialist has to figure out why he or she feels that way and then helps resolve the problem.

The session usually begins with the specialist instructing the patient to sit or lie down and telling them to relax. Once they are in a trance like state, the specialist will now use hypnotic suggestion to alleviate the depression.

Hypnotic suggestion is basically a keyword that is implanted into the patient’s subconscious. If the word used is not effective, this is rephrased until the right one is found and then repeated several times.

Most patients will not feel any different after just one hypnosis session. This is why they are told to come back for a few more. Although you pay for the sessions by the hour, the advantage of going through it is that there are no side effects unlike what happens when you take conventional medication.

We have discussed for the most part, what a specialist can do for someone who is depressed. What people should understand though is that the patient who needs help has to do some of the work as well.

While therapy can change what you think subconsciously, they have to set goals for themselves so they have a new reason to live. It does not have to be big goals at first but once these have been accomplished, they can set for bigger ones in the future.

Patients who can take hold of their lives after hypnosis sessions will one day be back to their normal selves. If they don’t do that, then all that time and effort at the clinic will be for nothing.

The hard part for people feeling depressed is admitting to themselves they have a problem and that they need help. This is where friends come in because without them, they could continue going down this path and they could end up doing something harmful to people or even themselves.

Years ago, people did not know how to deal with depression. Since then, we have found ways to treat this and other problems with the help of  specialist hypnosis training that can do a lot for people suffering from this anxiety disorder.

Relieve Social Anxiety with Hypnosis

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We know for a fact that hypnosis can help certain problems and one example happens to be social anxiety. With a little help from a hypnotist that will perform individual hypnosis, you will be able to interact with people which you were unable to do in the past.

But interacting with others is just one of the levels of social anxiety. Some individuals have this problem speaking in public while others are not able to do anything with others around.

The reason why hypnosis could be the answer to their problems is that if nothing is done about it, things could get worse. The person with that disorder could go into a depression or try taking drugs to escape this reality.

But how does individual hypnosis accomplish that? Well by addressing the issues which create such fears in the person and after several sessions hope things turn out for the better.

This is where the different stages of hypnosis come in which is the same if this is done on an individual or group basis.

The first stage is known as preparation because the hypnotist and the patient have never met before and this will be their first encounter. Because the patient is thinking of undergoing hypnosis, he or she has already made the first move to get better and the only thing to do now is for the specialist to probe deeper.

This is done by asking the patient exactly what is their problem and determining if that person is susceptible to hypnosis. If they are, it is time to proceed to the second stage known as induction.

During induction, the patient will be told either to sit down comfortably on a chair or lie down on a sofa. Once he or she is relaxed, the patient must now block everything out and only focus their attention towards the hypnotist.

When the hypnotist feels the patient is comfortable, it is time to move on to the third stage known as the deepening. Here, the hypnotist will find out what events caused the social anxiety disorder because it is only by understanding it will hypnotic suggestion work in making the patient reach their desired goal.

The hypnotic suggestion will be imparted to the patient in the fourth stage known as circulation.

Naturally, the session has to end which goes to the fifth stage called termination. Here, the patient will be brought back to reality by counting the numbers, simply being told to open their eyes or by following an authoritative command like “open your eyes.”

The results of the hypnosis will only be seen when the situation presents itself. Since you won’t see the improvement overnight, patients will have to come back and have a few more sessions.

Individual hypnosis is just one of the many alternatives now available to cure social anxiety. You have to remember that not everyone who tries this will have the same result which is why if this doesn’t work, they have to be open to other options such as social cognitive restructuring, social skills training, symptoms management skills and supportive therapy that will require the help of family and friends.

You don’t lose anything by trying individual hypnosis. To succeed, you just have to be open to the idea of what this technique can accomplish.

The Stages Of Hypnosis

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Hypnosis has indeed unlocked many secrets behind the mystery that is the human mind and there are indeed several stages one must be aware of.

Although many people believe that hypnotists possess mysterious powers that allow them to a control subject and have them do their every bidding, but the truth is that a person has every means to break off from that hypnotic state.

There are many and varied hypnosis programs and processes, but almost all follow a similar pattern.

Hypnosis is generally broken down into three stages, which for therapeutic purposes, is the are the most common ones adopted for therapies and treatments to a number of problems from breaking the smoking habit, pain and anger management, even alcohol and substance abuse.

The initial or first stage is known as the superficial trance, which is characterized as the lightest stage of hypnosis where a subject is still consciously aware of his surroundings and environment.

This is the stage which is most often used to treat patients with behaviors that need to be corrected like smoking and addiction.

The subject, during this stage, can accept suggestions relayed by the hypnotist, but the subject has the freedom to accept it or not.

The next stage is considered as the alpha stage, which is a deeper level of hypnosis, most often used to control or treat pain.

This is the stage when a deeper relaxation is achieved and breathing begins to slow down and the heart pressure and rate also follows suit.

The last and third stage is the deepest among the hypnotic stages and is often used by hypnotherapists to go deeper and access the innermost thoughts where memories of past events and forgotten emotions are stored in the subconscious mind.

This is the most helpful process where psychiatrists are able to treat patients with severe psychological trauma.

If one would try out hypnosis as therapy or treatment, here are some tips to consider before considering hypnotism.

First, make sure to get hold of a reputable and licensed hypnotherapist, who are authorized to conduct treatments and therapies using the process, since there are a large number of fly-by-night and unlicensed practitioners plying the trade who could cause more harm than good.

So better watch out for these unscrupulous individuals or parties.

Make sure to check out credentials and don’t be afraid to ask for details or information regarding their practice, since you will be placing your full confidence and turst in them when they try to explore into your mind.

Do take note that hypnosis may not work for everyone, especially with those individuals who are skeptical or do not subscribe to the idea of hypnotism.

Hypnotism is a state of mind and mental conditioning and if somebody is not decided or determined to place full confidence in the practice, it is likely that hypnosis will not have an effect on him.

If a person who wants to go through hypnosis but may be suffering from a psychiatric condition or taking medication for a psychiatric problem, he or she must not go through the hypnosis process without seeking for permission or approval from his or her psychiatrist.

Hypnotism is a critical and delicate process, which must be handled carefully by a licensed and experienced practitioner.

And now that you are aware of the various stages of hypnosis, you may be able to find out which one is best suited for a particular condition.

Lose Weight With Hypnosis

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If you’re like most people, you’ve tried just about everything in order to lose weight.

There have been fad diets that worked for a short time, but didn’t stick. There have been workout regimes that you just couldn’t incorporate into your real life – who has 8 hours a day to exercise?

And, of course, there’s that piece of exercise equipment you use fondly as a clothes hanger. If you’re looking for a weight loss solution that will have the long-lasting effects you’ve been dreaming of, look no further than hypnosis.

The diet industry counts on you being unable to lose weight and they don’t want you to know that you can lose weight with hypnosis. You’ll drop money down left and right for special diets, pre-packaged foods, gym memberships, and weight loss pills.

If any of these products worked, they would put themselves out of business. If you’ve tried all the gimmicks for losing weight you can think of, but still haven’t had success it may be time to change the way you attack the problem.

It’s easier to lose weight with hypnosis than with any fad program on the market. Frequently, weight issues are more about what’s going on with your emotions, your stress levels, and factors beyond your knowledge of what you should eat.

Hypnosis is something that people once thought of a as a magician’s trick. But in reality, it can have some very useful benefits in the realm of health and weight loss. And, despite the image of hypnosis, it won’t actually cause you to do anything you don’t want to do.

In order to lose weight with hypnosis, you’ll need some tools to help you. For example, you may want to consider going to a professional hypnotherapist who can help guide you through the process. 

A trained hypnotherapist can help guide you into a state of consciousness that delves a little deeper into your psyche.

Think of it as using the parts of your brain with which you’re normally not in tune. And when you delve deeply into your thoughts and motivations, you can unlock your mind’s ability to help you lose weight.

Hypnosis allows you to be set free from the subconscious thoughts you have that are keeping you from shedding pounds. Once you try it, you’ll get the results you’ve been looking for.

Many people look at losing weight as a problem from the outside in. But for most people, emotional issues and lack of self-discipline and motivation are really at the core of weight loss failures.

If you’re looking for a way to lose weight, you’ll need to start from the inside out. You can lose weight with hypnosis because it helps you to unlock the underlying problems that are keeping you from being able to keep the weight off.

You may also want to try recorded hypnotherapy CDs that guide you through the meditation and self-hypnosis process.

You’ll find as you use hypnosis with your weight loss efforts, you’ll be better able to stick to a diet and exercise program and abandon the habit of emotional eating.

Quit Smoking With Hypnosis

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Have you ever tried to give up smoking but with no success? Well if you have, don’t be afraid because you are not the only one. This is why you should consider individual hypnosis.

Individual hypnosis has proven to help people suffering from various addictions and disorders. This includes social anxiety, drugs, alcohol and stress. It has also worked for those who are smokers so you don’t have anything to lose by trying it out.

Before you try hypnosis, the specialist that will be helping you throughout the entire process has to know why you smoke and what triggers it.

Some smoke as a way to relieve the pressure while others use it to boost their confidence. Keep in mind thought that you don’t have to smoke when the pressure is building up or you want to show who you really are.

After speaking with the hypnotist who sees that this technique has a chance to help you give your addiction, the next step is to get you to relax and put you in a trance.

Some people fall asleep while others claim that they are able to hear the hypnotist the entire time but the important thing is that you will be able to control your urge of lighting that next cigarette.

When you are relaxed, the power of suggestion or hypnotic suggestion is then repeated several times so you will give up that habit. If the keyword does not work, this is rephrased or reworded. This continues until the patient wakes up from the trance.

How effective it is varies because some people will see the difference in a matter of days while others will only experience it after a few weeks.

But will individual hypnosis work for everybody? Well you have to remember three important things about this technique.

First, you have to be willing or open to try hypnosis. If you are not willing to be hypnotized, nothing is going to happen.

Second, if you want to try hypnosis, go to the clinic because you won’t find the hypnotist out in the street and asking smokers if they want to kick the habit.

Third, you shouldn’t expect to give up smoking overnight. This takes time so you will have to go back for several sessions.

Giving up smoking is not easy. If you need more help than what the hypnotist can offer, you can also buy a recording from the downloads page and try self-hypnosis. 

Will you still suffer from withdrawal symptoms after undergoing hypnosis?

The answer is no and that is something thing that a lot of people want to hear because it is really hard to give up this habit if you have been doing this for years.

Individual hypnosis can help you quit smoking because your mind will have a conditioned response each time you feel like lighting a cigarette.

This can be as simple as holding your fingers together for 30 seconds or more, taking a few deep breaths and even drinking a glass of water that will make that urge go away.

You just have to give it a chance because you will never know until you try.

Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking

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One of the most common fears that people have is making a speech before an audience. Although this task appears to be rather straightforward, there are several factors that could come into play, which makes this a legitimate type of fear instead of being an irrational one.

Even those people whose job requires them to speak before a group of people are not exempted from this fear, which is surprising knowing that they do it often. So you might as well picture those individuals who only get to perform public speaking on given occasions and the amount of fear that is entailed with the task. In fact, the fear is so massive that it can result to stress for some people. This requires some attention knowing that some people who experience fear of public speaking end up not delivering a quality speech since they are overtaken by that fear. Indeed, the feeling of fear can cloud one’s ability to focus on the task at hand. After all, an effective public speaking produces a satisfying experience for both the public speaker and its audience.

Steps to Overcome Fear of Public Speaking

Public speaking isn’t an activity to be feared about. If this does not do the trick for you, then you might want to consider applying the following perspectives and behavior towards this and hopefully be able to overcome this type of fear.

Public Speaking Isn’t Supposed to be Stressful

Fear of public speaking is quite common that some people think it is inherently stressful. Well, it is time you know it is not! Communicating with others is an activity with which humans do everyday, so why should public speaking be any different? Therefore, one way to overcome the fear of public speaking is to imagine this activity as any regular communication that you do everyday. The only difference with public speaking is that you are addressing more people than you normally would.

Acquiring this new perspective is not something that you can achieve overnight, though. However, just focus on what you need to share during your public speaking and less on the actual delivery process to lift off the burden.

Give Up The Idea of Delivering a Perfect Speech!

This is another major culprit as to why people fear the idea of speaking in public. Indeed, the idea of embarrassing yourself in front of many people is frightening. But the content of your speech is what is these people will remember, not how you flawlessly delivered the speech. Once you are able to get rid of this anxiety, then you will find that you become less frightened with the idea of making public speeches or talking in front of large groups.

Focus on the Purpose of the Speech!

One of the most common “hidden” causes of stress associated with public speaking is related to the cause above, which is trying to impress the audience with your delivery. Focus on what value the audience can get from your speech delivery instead of trying to make an impression on them. Although delivery will boost your success at a public speaking activity, the most important thing is to communicate effectively with them. If it offers any consolation, not all public speakers get 100% approval from their audience anyway.

Becoming a Good Public Speaker

Now that you have recognized the major cause of fear that most people experience when public speaking, here are factors that are important in not just overcoming this fear but also doing a good job at your speech.

• Study your subject matter thoroughly so you can be confident when its time to deliver it.
• Polish your speaking skills. This will enable you to relay the information clearly and authoritatively.
• Prepare all of your presentation materials so you can deliver an organized speech.
• Practice your delivery. Even the best public speakers do this.

A Game of Past Life Regression

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You can undergo past life regression through hypnosis or without a trance session. Hypnosis can only be done by an expert because it involves risks. It can be dangerous to the patient if the person performing the trance is not equipped with adequate knowledge.

Hypnosis usually starts with guided meditation to achieve a relaxed state of the mind and body. Self hypnosis is possible but then again, you are not encouraged to do it especially if you’re a beginner.

Would it be possible to do PLR without trance? Try following these rules and you will have positive results. Rule number one – you should not think about PLR. Answer all questions promptly and without delay. Just in case you don’t know the answer to the question, make it all up or make a guess.

Here are the possible questions that you can initially ask – were you male/female, your work, father, mother, any children, brothers, sisters, place, time, the age you died, the cause of death. The very first answers that enter your mind should be noted. Now this is not the final answers yet. Further questions should be asked for additional details. There are times when there is a shift in the details being provided and make sure that you jot them down.

You can refine the construct by asking questions like – how tall were you, color of the hair, style, color of the eyes, skin tone, striking appearance, identifying features, underwear, clothing, footwear, jewelery or unique decorations, important possessions, and other important things that you can recall? Intriguing details can be obtained after answering these questions. The questions are basic ones and they can be answered easily by a quick nod or head shake.

The answers to the initial questions are only generic information and it still lacks personality. However, such information is vital for refinement when additional questions are asked. Later on, you can already obtain specific information such as event, creature, countryside, person, etc. Temporal aspects are added in the succeeding PLR sessions and you can now ask questions like how did it happen, what about the future, and other related questions. Everything seems real at this point.

Try to focus on a certain aspect of your life so that you can obtain more details. The first-person recollections can now be associated with events that are detailed and real.

It doesn’t really matter whether you believe in past life or not because PLR is fascinating and exciting especially when you make true, lasting, and real changes in your life. To some, the memories may be metaphorical re-enactments while others treat them as real recollections; and in the end, everything will depend on your belief.

If you have hesitations in guided meditations and hypnosis, you can always try this procedure because you will not undergo any trance. The questions are asked and in an instant, you need to answer without thinking. Your creativity can be used in this method and you can generate stories, situations, and events. Try to work with all the information you can find.

This simple method without trance can be done in parties and in other gatherings. It will simply add a touch of magic in the occasion. What’s interesting about this game is that people will not know that they are already doing some sort of past life regression. Try it now and see how much information you can get.

What Can Hypnosis Do?

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Aside from the many varied reputations from the dark and sinister to the beneficial and life-changing, you may just be surprised to see what individual hypnosis can do.

In truth and in fact, hypnosis is not magic and neither is it an enigma.

It is a phenomenon that continues to shape a better future not just for the practice itself, but for the benefit of mankind.

For hundreds of years, people have been baffled by the ability of hypnosis to explore the inner recesses of the human mind, especially the subconscious mind, which is currently the new frontier of science.

Despite the fact that science has painted a good picture of individual hypnosis, still it does not encompass the totality of hypnosis, as the mind is still completely explored.

Simply put, hypnosis is the state of inducing a subject to deep relaxation and heightened focus, a somewhat similar concept of altered states from the conscious to the subconscious.

And scientific breakthroughs in treatment and therapy, including cognitive-behavioral activities can be closely associated with hypnosis.

Here are some of the most common benefits of individual hypnosis in our everyday life.

Among the many therapeutic treatments around, hypnosis has far more better results in the fields of abstinence from smoking, eventually leading smokers to kick off the habit.

Where willpower for many surrender and submit to the old habit, hypnosis is the best solution to developing a positive outlook towards the direct efforts in quitting the habit of smoking.

It is just like saying hypnosis is creating a positive mental attitude of diverting the idea of a chore to a pleasurable experience.

Hypnosis can help people sleep better, especially since it can help a lot in controlling dreams or create an image for the subconscious mind to generate good dreams instead of nightmares.

Hypnosis can help improve personal and professional relationships, since hypnosis can play a big part in improving your positive outlook and building up your confidence.

Opening up to people is your way of opening yourself up to greater opportunities and broadening your horizons.

Losing weight and keeping it off can be a struggle for others, justifying shortlived dedication to the program.

But with individual hypnosis, positive mental conditioning and reinforcement could help create an impression of a far more appreciative tone on the effects of weight loss, even with a comprehensive exercise regimen.

Individual hypnosis can alter the perception of weight loss programs as a tiring process to a rewarding and conclusive practice, which paves the way for extended dedication or adherence to the program.

It can also help improve prospects and ambitions in life, especially in helping establish a better attitude towards goals and future living, as well as helping control temper and mood swings.

As such, improved concentration could be an end result, or even a tool for which other therapeutic practices can follow suit, from pain and anger management, overcoming personal weaknesses like timidity, shyness, jealousy, anxiety, stress and phobias among many others.

Hypnosis can also play a major part in helping you focus towards studies, allowing you to increase your grades and academic performance, or perform better in athletics and other fields of sports or simply just allow you to absorb more of what your professor delivers during lectures and conferences, making you more intellectually equipped and knowledgeable about a lot of topics and subjects.

In a nutshell, the possibilities are endless and by now you could see what individual hypnosis can do for you.