There are many reasons why you should read #WhatIs Hypnosis? In fact, you can find 20 reasons why at the beginning of the book. Here’s an extract that provides you with information about hypnosis, how it works, and what it can do for you.
‘Hypnosis is a hugely misunderstood subject. In the simplest terms I like to think of it as the art and science of having an amazing day. Sometimes you wake up feeling happy, confident and on top of the world. People respond well to you, you enjoy what you are doing and everything seems to flow seamlessly. In contrast, there are those awful days that start badly and then continue to deteriorate. Everything is a struggle, you experience frustration, resentment and annoyance, and nothing seems to work for you.
This is where hypnosis can help you. Your state of mind affects everything you do, but you are most likely not aware of the extraordinary things that can be done to alter it, to enable you to make the most of every single day. This is what hypnosis is all about. More than that, it is about connecting you to your inner potential.
What lies at the core of hypnosis?
Hypnosis is any process by which you access and influence your unconscious mind. Most commonly, it is used to deepen understanding, enhance emotional stability and unleash potential, thereby increasing the ability to enjoy life by operating more effectively and harmoniously. Technically, it is thought to work by turning off the analytical left-hand side of the brain while the unconscious right-hand side becomes more alert and aware of what is going on around it.
– From #WhatIs Hypnosis? by Tom Fortes Mayer
But this is only an extract of the results of positive hypnosis. This is the start of a series of blog posts about hypnosis and you can read the rest here. The posts will guide you through your possibilities and how #WhatIs Hypnosis? can help you to manage your wellbeing.
Do you have any previous experience with hypnosis? We’d love to hear your story!