Hypnosis for change can allow you to modify your thinking and emotions about certain aspects of your life. How will hypnosis for change produce improvements in your life?
Some thoughts and emotions we have prevent us from experiencing a full, vibrant life. Some thoughts and emotions, lodged in our minds like a virus in a computer, block us from doing what we would like and even cause us to do some pretty strange things.
Some of these virus thoughts and emotions we call phobias. Some incident in our past left a permanent emotional scar that affects us years later. A child who was once locked in a dark closet may now fear the dark or even confined spaces like elevators. Some people may have had a bad experience with a dog as a child and now fear dogs and avoid places where they may see or could come into contact with a dog. These, once rational, fears have been generalized to the point that they prevent people from fully participating in life.
Other virus thoughts and emotions include associations we make that live beyond their usefulness. As a little child you may have been hugged by your mother just before she gave you some freshly baked cookies or some other treat. You started to associate love with food. And you always tried to eat your mother’s cooking to show love for her. Now, unfortunately, you may still associate love with eating by too often eating too much. And, your waistline shows the results of this unproductive association.
For too many young children, their parents divorced. Often a youngster accepts blame for the arguments, separation, and final divorce. Self-blame for long past events over which you had little or no control is often a cause of problems in current relationships. It is an emotional block that introduces problems that should not exist.
Hypnosis for change can help you identify the causes of your current emotional blockages. Hypnosis can help you change your view of past events to reduce or eliminate their impact on your current life. Hypnosis can help you to think new, more productive thoughts about how to live and interact with others.
Hypnosis has been accepted since the 1950s by the British and United States medical professions as a useful treatment to help bring about physical, mental and emotional changes. Many studies have shown the effectiveness of hypnosis in many areas of life. Hypnosis has been used to successfully treat such conditions as:
ADD / ADHD
In addition, hypnosis for change helps people improve skills, study habits, concentration, and many other areas of life. Many sports professionals use hypnosis to help their performance. Students use hypnosis to help them ignore distractions so they can study.
Dentists use hypnosis to calm patients and even replace traditional novocaine injections for minor procedures. Some hospitals allow patients to opt for hypnosis instead of chemical anesthesia for some operations.
Hypnosis for change is a useful tool in helping people to live more complete and successful lives. It likely can help you be your best.