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Theory of the Mind


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Concept of Hypnosis


What is Self-Hypnosis?

Self-Hypnosis is about focusing your mind on a particular task or idea. It is a tool for personal achievement as important as the natural build of your body, the state of your health, and your personal conditioning program.

Two laws of the mind govern self-hypnosis conditioning; the law of repetition and the law of association, in that order. The human being is directly affected by words and sounds or by the meaning he indirectly infers from them. 

​What is a Hypnotherapist?

A Hypnotherapist is a behavioral specialist and or a behavioral therapist. Hypnotherapists are like psychologist having its own attributes competent in supporting vocational and avocational self-improvement with the use of hypnosis. Hypnotherapists can work with other issues by referrals from doctors or any licensed practitioner in medical field.



What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a state of openness and receptivity to ideas, concepts, suggestions and images. We transition to the state of hypnosis every night, when we put ourselves to sleep. It is a natural state that we encounter in our lives. As our mind and body are both relaxed, our focus and awareness is heightened. During this process, the subconscious mind is receptive to positive change. It is the most effective, and by far the most empowering way, of gaining access to the subconscious within the deeper areas of our consciousness. 

Perception of Hypnosis

Hypnosis is a process that is entirely consensual, and the client will retain full awareness during the process. In fact, the hypnotherapist suggestions are only effective when you, the client desires to accept them.

You won't go to sleep, nor will you be unconscious. You'll still hear sounds around you, but hypnosis will put you into a deeper state. When the facilitator say "sleep" but it's just an indicator of hypnosis.

Hypnosis is a common state that most people are familiar with. Hypnosis is a totally natural process. You may not realize it but you are in a state of hypnosis several times a day. For example, just about the time you go to sleep, or waking up and you are not really conscious and not really asleep, or when watching TV, or reading a book and are completely lost in the plot, or when you are in the movie theater and when you are so involved with the characters you forgot where you are, or when driving on a freeway and suddenly you're driven several miles and don't remember having driven there.

Many misconception about hypnosis are being termed "sleep" often times. Hypnosis is not sleep but due to many times people under hypnosis are experiencing very, very relaxed state it appears like sleep. The difference is when in hypnotic state one can think clearly. In hypnosis the morals and ethic remains intact and you can reject anything against your will.

Hypnotherapy is a proven therapeutic process where we work together using hypnosis to help you successfully reach your goals. It's not entertainment, nor it is magic. You won't change or quit the behavior or habits unless you really want to. You're success depends on the willingness, you're commitment and your efforts to change.

​​Our subconscious mind controls the belief within ourselves our emotion, physical, mental and behavioral state. It is a powerful awareness that is there to protect us throughout our lives.​ The function of your subconscious mind is to store and retrieve data. Its job is to ensure that you respond exactly the way you are programmed. Your subconscious mind makes everything you say and do fit a pattern consistent with your own program.

The human mind is divided into two parts;

1) The conscious mind - 12% of our total mind power:

Where we develop our logic, reasoning, will power, analyzing and decision making. This is the part that does not work when we want it to which is 12% of the total mind power.

2) The subconscious mind -  88% of the total mind power.

This is the part where we take in everything as the absolute truth then we develop our own programming. 

Sometimes we take in positive information and experiences and sometimes we take in negative information and experiences and this makes up our known associations in which we believe to be true. It only reacts to what we are programmed to do and does not know whether it has positive or negative influences in our thinking.

Whenever we make a decision to make changes in our lives, that thought goes from the conscious mind all the way down to the critical mind where it gets filtered, and then checks your subconscious programing. If the subconscious mind is resistant to change, that critical mind will block that specific thought and you will continue to have the same behavior pattern.

What hypnosis does, is it takes that same thought and bypasses the critical mind. It opens a door to have a direct access to the subconscious  and then use a positive hypnotic suggestions to make changes in your life.