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Contrary to popular belief, hypnosis is not a
state of deep sleep. It does involve the induction of a
trance-like condition, but when in it, the patient is actually
in an enhanced state of awareness, concentrating entirely on
the hypnotist's voice. In this state, the conscious mind is
suppressed and the subconscious mind is revealed.
The therapist is able to suggest ideas, concepts and lifestyle adaptations to the patient, the seeds of which become firmly planted.
The practice of promoting healing or positive development in any way is known as hypnotherapy. As such, hypnotherapy is a kind of psychotherapy. Hypnotherapy aims to re-programme patterns of behaviour within the mind, enabling irrational fears, phobias, negative thoughts and suppressed emotions to be overcome. As the body is released from conscious control during the relaxed trance-like state of hypnosis, breathing becomes slower and deeper, the pulse rate drops and the metabolic rate falls. Similar changes along nervous pathways and hormonal channels enable the sensation of pain to become less acute, and the awareness of unpleasant symptoms, such as nausea or indigestion, to be alleviated.
We may have past lives that are effecting our current life. Unresolved energetic ties or circumstances that are trying to get your attention through various forms. We may also 'host' our parents, grandparents and up to 7 generations back of DNA and 'stuff' that is not ours but yet we carry these events in our cellular memory. Once we look at them and acknowledge them and the events that occurred and the people that where involved, we can then let it go.
We all experienced stress at one stage or another. It can be caused by our professional or personal lives, and each individual will cope with it differently. What one person may regard as highly stressful, another person may regard as highly motivational. Problems occur when individuals perceive themselves as unable to cope with the level of stress they face.
Sleep is an essential component in our continuing health and well-being. It is an important process. The restorative cycle of sleep means the body is able to rest, refresh, recover and continue functioning normally. For many of us, sleeping is a natural part of our routine.
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