If you are interested in self-hypnosis then you are probably already aware of the benefits of hypnosis and feel comfortable with taking this step. You have not succumbed to the media’s comical portrayal of this medically-recognized technique and understand its power to aid in reforming bad habits, relieve anxiety, improve sleep, aid in weight loss, enhance general well-being, etc. Really the benefits are endless.
First of all, self-hypnosis can be learned…easily. Instead of someone else facilitating your relaxed state, you become your own guide. That is really the only difference between sessions with a hypnotist and hypnotizing yourself. However, it is key that you are open to the process.
While it is true that some people are more suggestible than others, really all that indicates is that they can relax deeply and more easily. They are more open to the power of hypnosis. Simply put, if you want to teach yourself self-hypnosis, you need to be open and motivated to change. Just like with any new experience, willingness is key and necessary.
Many people already have had positive and beneficial experiences with hypnosis and they understand that tapping into the subconscious mind through hypnosis opens up a whole new world for them. A world where conscious obstacles are no longer hindrances and mental roadblocks are cleared. In turn, self-hypnosis may be an additional skill that can continue to enhance their well-being and possibly change their lives.
Self-hypnosis teaches important skills such as perspective and self care. After a few sessions with a hypnotist, those skills can be taken home and utilized whenever an individual deems it necessary, perhaps when a setback is experienced or as a tool to maintain a positive state. With self-hypnosis and hypnosis in general, the individual always has the power.
For individuals with certain conditions such as anxiety or depression, self-hypnosis may be an alternative to costly medication or traditional talk therapy that may not have worked in the past. Unfortunately, for many, financial constraints always need to be considered and weighed against personal well-being but with self-hypnosis, staying within budget is absolutely possible.
How Freedom Hypnosis can Help
Learning self-hypnosis takes time but it is still a safe and natural way to transform your life. Craig Mackay, a certified hypnotist at Freedom Hypnosis, can teach you and can make the experience a very informative and worthwhile one. Through a series of sessions, he will guide you through the best techniques that specifically help you.
Based in the Long Island City area of Queens, Freedom Hypnosis serves New York City and the surrounding area. For more information or questions, please visit freedomhypnosisnyc.com; call (917) 300.1809; or email Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org. A chance at a better life and a true sense of well-being is only a mouse click or call away.