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How Hypnotherapy is Done Hypnotherapy is something that promotes healing or positive development. The first purpose is a reprogramming of the behavioral patterns in the mind so that we can overcome fears that have no basis, phobias, and thoughts that are not positive and emotions that are not expressed. In times past, we used to see hypnotism in a negative light where the hypnotist waves his watch and the person suddenly falls under his control, to do as he commands, even if it is beyond reason or their belief. In reality, this is not the case with hypnotism sessions, since the control is always yours like self-hypnosis or self-governance and you are not forced to do something that you are not in agreement with. It is to facilitate your experience that a hypnotist is there for. Success in self-hypnosis depends on the patient’s readiness and ability to succeed, and sometimes there is a need to undergo several sessions in order to achieve results that are lasting. Whatever patients have learned during the formal sessions are encouraged to be practiced on their own so that its usefulness might be reinforced. The various applications of hypnotherapy is associated with our psychological, emotional, and physical disorders. The relief of pain in surgery and dentistry is realized with hypnosis. Hypnosis can help prepare a pregnant woman so that child bearing is shortened. For those who are disabled or those who are facing terminal illness, hypnosis can easy their suffering. Smoking and alcoholism addictions have been overcome by people who went to hypnosis sessions. During hypnosis sessions, the process of altering our state of consciousness happens, and when it does one part of the brain, the analytical part is turned off, but the subconscious is awake. In the session it is the subconscious mind that is awakened and the conscious mind that control us in not.
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What the therapist does while the subconscious mind is awakened is to suggest positive ideas, concepts, and lifestyle adaptations to the subconscious mind and plants it there to enable the patient to reprogram all his negative emotions and fears. When the body is releasing conscious control while he is in a relaxed state of hypnosis, breathing becomes slower and deeper, pulse rate drops and metabolic rate falls. During this time even the body’s sensation of pain is altered. Thus, acute and unpleasant symptoms become less acute and alleviated.
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Let us take an example of a person who has a conscious fear of heights that we wants to overcome. They can overcome it conscious by thinking nice thoughts when they are in a high place. In this situation, when he feels the very strong wind that causes the trees to sway in this very high place, he goes back to his fears because his subconscious mind still tells him that he is in a frightful place which is very high. Thus what he need is to reprogram his subconscious mind so that his deep seated instincts and beliefs are changed.