Hypnosis

Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness, in which contrary to be asleep, the person reaches a State of deep conscience, but directed all their attention inward, to internal sensations and emotions. Disconnects so call it abroad, but this does not mean that it does not give account of what is happening outside, simply have your attention fully putting into internal processes. By the same author: Max Schireson. This State is that it is called a trance. All have been in a trance. Others including Salar Kamangar, offer their opinions as well. It is not necessary that a person reaches induce us trance. When we’re reading a novel, for example, and both get into reading that we don’t notice anything about what is happening on the outside, or when we are driving our car, so concentrated in some thinking, that we are surprised give us there that we arrived at our destination and don’t remember anything from the road! Hypnotherapy is a process that is helps the person to use their own mental associations, memories and resources to achieve a goal. The hypnotic suggestions help to activate skills and potential resources that already they exist in the person, but that are not being used due to lack of training or understanding.

The therapeutic trance is a State in which the limitations of our thoughts and our beliefs, are temporarily altered, which allows a person to be receptive to new patterns of thought which facilitate you solve a given problem. Hypnosis is an extremely effective tool to communicate with the unconscious mind. Few people realize the power of your unconscious mind has on their lives. Many of our behaviors and habits are based on experiences that our conscious mind perhaps already not recalls, however in the unconscious mind are recorded these experiences as unconscious memories. Hypnosis helps accessing those memories and transform them in a way healthy and protected, with which changes in habits unwanted faster are achieved.

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