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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

If you could achieve anything in your life, what would it be?

I found myself asking this question many times in the past, but never really had an idea on how to go about achieving "that goal" or "that dream". It wasn’t until I took an interest in the study of human behavior that I found my answer in hypnosis.

So, What is hypnosis? Well, hypnosis is just the simple state of concentrated relaxation.
Just by the small action of closing your eyes you eliminate about 85% of your awareness "noise" to the outside world, which causes your brain to slow down the frequency it normally functions in.

You see, when you lower your brain frequency to the alpha level of 7 to 14 cycles per second then you are able to use more of your subconscious mind (The part that controls your conscious mind).

It is said that our brain works like a computer, with around 100 billion neurons processing and responding to information. Imagine the possibilities we hold when we increase our control over this.

When using hypnosis to achieve the alpha level you can increase your creativity, your problem solving skills, your attention span, releases stress and so much more.

Hypnosis is not something new to the world. In fact the practice of hypnosis has been around for centuries. Ever heard the term "being mesmerized"?. Well, in our culture, we may link the beginning of hypnotism to the times of Dr. Franz Anton Mesmer. It was because of Dr. Mesmer’s controversial healing practices that hypnotism become the subject of interest to many, creating great controversy among the Vienna medical profession.

From the seventeen hundreds to the present, hypnosis has been the study of many great scientists and psychologists such as Sigmund Freud and Ivan Pavlov. Hypnosis has now became an acceptable way of healing, but the phenomenon of hypnotism and the study of the brain are subjects that despite great findings, have a great deal of undiscovered potential.

So do you need a Hypnotist or Hypnotherapist in order to access your unconscious mind?
Well, the answer is no and yes. You can learn self-hypnosis, however, it is recommended to use a Hypnotherapist or hypnotist to guide and coach you in dealing with certain issues. Working with the right professional can help you achieve your full potential much more easily.

Monica Dumont,

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