Your First Hypnotic Experience Plan AEvery

First of all, there is no button in your brain that you push to become hypnotized or dehypnotized. Do you really think that with your experiences in life, that you can possibly find a state of mind that never existed before in your history or your partner's history. Hypnosis is a state of mind. Becoming hypnotized is just following directions and concentrating so intently on a particular thought or string of thoughts, that nothing else that is going on around you seems to be distracting or very important. Since there is no button to push, there is no button to get stuck and have you frozen in hypnosis or self-hypnosis. In all of the history of hypnotism, no one has ever gotten stuck. That's too bad, because it is a wonderful state of mind to be experiencing.

Have you ever heard a song playing and you instantly remembered an event that happened years before? Have you ever read a good book and were totally oblivious to someone asking you a question? Have you ever watched a movie and felt as if you were experiencing that which the actor was experiencing? Have you ever fallen in love?

You have already experienced hypnosis. You and your lover have experienced it many times in your relationship and many times in your lives.

You will hear all the instructions given. Whether I am giving you instructions in person or you are giving them to yourself or your lover, you will hear everything that goes on around you and everything that your partner is saying. The only time you won't hear everything that is being said is when you go physically to sleep. As you relax in hypnosis it is very easy to fall into natural sleep. In a few minutes, however, you will wake up on your own. You will, however, respond to any suggestion you gave yourself before falling into natural sleep.

When you listen to a hypnotist or your own hypnotic recording, do not evaluate or judge what is going on. When you are listening to your partner hypnotizing your, do not analyze the process. There will be plenty of time to evaluate the process once you are back into the waking state of mind.

Do not "try" to become hypnotized. The word "try" implies doubt. Just relax and let the process happen. You will really enjoy it.

Your mind works better at accepting positive suggestions when your body is at rest and your mind is just listening to each and every word the hypnotist, your lover is saying. Listen to the words as you listened to parents when you were a child of five or six years of age. Remember that anything is possible when you are in the hypnotic state of mind.

Here are a list of FAQS or Frequently Asked Questions, regarding hypnosis and self-hypnosis. When you have additional questions feel free to visit my Hypnotism Education Website at:

http://www.wayneperkins.net

You will find additional FAQS on the Website as well as the Self-hypnosis Forum. You may want to join. People from around the world have the same questions as you regarding hypnotism. They will also share with you how they have overcome problems and achieved goals with self-hypnosis and these specific techniques. Other hypnotherapists and health card professionals will share their experiences with you as well. Below are some FAQS, (frequently asked questions) which is pronounced "fax."

Question: Will I get stuck in hypnosis?

Answer: No, hypnosis is a state of concentration and consciousness not unconsciousness.

Question: Will I hear noises around me?

Answer: Yes, you will be aware of everything around you. You may, however, select to minimize other conversations or stimuli.

Question: How do I know when I am hypnotized?

Answer: You are conditioning yourself for hypnosis. Don't worry, just allow yourself to relax. All that is important are the results from hypnosis, not the process.

Question: What does it feel like?

Answer: It feels like whatever you want it to feel like. If you want to feel a tingling sensation all over your body, then that is what you will feel. If you want to feel warm or cold, you will feel warm or cold.

Question: Will I remember everything of the session?

Answer: You will remember everything. (Unless you fall asleep while practicing) Then you may remember only those suggestions given until you drifted off to sleep.

Question:

How often should I practice hypnosis?

Answer:

Practice it as often as you desire. Repetition helps you relax better each time. Repetition of positive suggestions even in the waking state will help you achieve your success achievement plan.

Question: Where can I find out more about the hypnotic condition?

Answer: Check out my FAQ's located on the Hypnosis Education Website, located at:

http://www.wayneperkins.net

Hynotism and Self Hypnosis

Hynotism and Self Hypnosis

HYPNOTISM is by no means a new art. True, it has been developed into a science in comparatively recent years. But the principles of thought control have been used for thousands of years in India, ancient Egypt, among the Persians, Chinese and in many other ancient lands. Miracles of healing by the spoken word and laying on of hands are recorded in many early writings.

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