Clinical Hypnotherapy is a form of induced relaxation in which the subconscious part of the mind is open to suggestion. Changes in long standing thoughts, feelings, habits and behaviour can become possible. You will not be 'put out', you will be aware and conscious the whole time and if you wish to leave the hypnotic state for any reason at any time, you can do so simply by deciding to.
So How Does Clinical Hypnotherapy Work?
Basically the human mind is made up of two sections. The conscious mind and the subconscious mind. The conscious mind helps with our daily decision-making process, it is realistic, logical and intelligent. Essentially the conscious mind learns how to do things and once learned, passes the information on to the subconscious mind.
The subconscious mind is the biggest section of our mind and is hidden from our everyday awareness. The subconscious operates on automatic pilot. It is involved with our emotions, our imagination and memories as well as controlling our nervous system, respiratory system, digestion and the beating of our heart. The subconscious mind can deal with many complex instructions at any one time but it is not intelligent. Behaviours and body reactions that are outside our conscious control come from the subconscious.
Hypnotherapy enables us to talk directly to the subconscious, persuading it and enabling it to change bad habits and preconditioned ways of reacting.
One of the most common occurrences of hypnosis is in driving. Most drivers at some stage will have experienced the sudden realization that they cannot remember consciously driving the last several miles. This is because they have been concentrating so hard on their driving that a state of hypnosis has been induced. The result is that they have been able to drive for several miles in a trance. While their conscious mind has been thinking of many things, their subconscious mind has successfully taken over the driving of the vehicle and safely negotiated gear changing, braking, etc.
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