Learning Self-hypnosis at North Shore Hypnosis
There are many books on self-hypnosis, visualization techniques, guided imagery, meditation and self-help in libraries and bookstores. They explain how it works, offer techniques for use, etc.; but the truth is, a student of self-hypnosis learns more and does much better when they learn how from a professional in the art of hypnotism rather than attempting to master it from written instructions in a book. You can learn about self-hypnosis by reading how-to instructions, but under the guidance of Carol Denicker, BCH, CMI, you will receive:
- Training and practice
- Recordings of your hypnosis sessions to practice with at home
- Powerful post-hypnotic suggestions that trigger easy, deep and fast hypnosis.
- Post-hypnotic suggestions for goal achievement
Why use self-hypnosis?
Self-hypnosis provides a means of tapping into the power of the mind to achieve self-mastery. We all have the same goal – to reach our maximum potential… our personal best. Self-hypnosis facilitates our goals. Self-hypnosis can bring about major improvements in habit control, learning and memory problems, emotional stability, motivational advancement, health, physical discomfort, trouble sleeping, self-confidence, and other problems.
Self-hypnosis can be particularly helpful in:
- changing attitudes
- increasing self-confidence
- learning enhancement
- memory improvement
- physical discomfort
- habit control
- many areas of personal concern
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Four elements in achieving self-hypnosis:
- Fixation (clears the mind and prepares it for the work that lies ahead)
- Relaxation (enabling the mind to provide or absorb information)
- Suggestion (self-programming positive instructions into the mind)
- Visualization (the power source for positive change)
Self-hypnosis, used in conjunction with visualization can generate:
- the power to change
- the power to create the power of self-actualization
- the removal of self-imposed limitations
- the resolution of (fear, sadness, or anger)
Positive affirmations date back to biblical times. Today they are the themes of countless self-improvement books and videos. Self-hypnosis is a powerful and direct way to communicate positive affirmations deeply to one’s inner awareness.