Sunday, November 2, 2014

7 Steps on Performing Self-Hypnosis

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Are you wondering how to perform self-hypnosis? If yes, then you've come to the right place. Hypnosis is not about waking up and quacking like a duck, nor is it done to forget something important. Instead, this method can help you think more positively, end band habits and, in some cases, resolve an issue.

The best part about this is that you can do it at home. Intrigued? Here's how to  perform hypnosis in the comfort of your own home. 

1. Find a comfortable place to sit

Sitting on a comfortable chair is the first step in performing self-hypnosis. Choose a room that's a bit quiet and has dimmer light. When you've found the spot, try to relax, and take three deep breaths to send signals to your brain that you're about to start hypnosis.

2. Relax Your Body

After the three deep breaths, change it to normal ones until you've reached a pattern. Visualise your feet and a white bubbling light coming in to wash them inside and out. Imagine this liquid light going up your body, washing away toxins  and making you feel a bit lighter. 

3. Imagine a staircase

Once you feel that your body is a bit lighter, try to imagine you're on top of a staircase with 10 steps. As you descend down each step, you'll go deeper and deeper into your subconscious. This will tell your brain to keep relaxing and to open up about the things you want to tell later.

4. Imagine a forest

Once you reach the bottom of the staircase, you see a door. Open and be transported in a forest, beach or whatever natural state you'd want to be in. Walk around until you see a treasure chest. When you do, open it. Inside you will find what you'd like to change in  your mind.

5. Imagine yourself that way

Once you've read the sentence, imagine yourself doing it. It should feel real that you think it has already happened. 

6. Go back to the staircase

Now, return to the door you came out of and climb  back.  As you take one step after another, feel yourself coming out of your trance and becoming more awake. As you take the last step, tell yourself “I’m wide awake now. I’m wide awake and alert.”

7. Open Your Eyes

You might not feel any difference the moment you wake up – that's totally normal. The effects of the hypnosis will slowly come about in your life.

How to learn hypnosis is something very important. However, if you feel you can't do this on your own, there are always professionals ready to help you.

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