Frequently Asked Questions
Most people have false beliefs about what hypnosis is or "IF" they can be hypnotized. Here are the top Frequently Asked Questions and concerns that people ask before using hypnosis.
Does it work for everybody?Most people can be hypnotized. The bottom line is this... if you are ready to make permanent and lasting changes in your life, then this will work. If you are not ready, your mind will override whatever "programming" hypnosis can provide.
I don't think I can be hypnotized.Only mentally challenged people cannot be hypnotized. If you are reading this, you have the focus needed to experience the state of mind called "hypnosis." Usually, the person with the "strongest mind" is the quickest to realize hypnosis can work for them, because they are still "in control" while they are changing their life.
I don't ever want to "lose control" over my mind.Most people remember every word during the hypnosis session. Your unconscious mind has a built in "security mechanism" designed to make sure you are not programmed to do anything that is unethical or bad for you. Usually, the person with the "strongest mind" is the quickest to realize hypnosis can work for them, because they are still "in control" while they are changing beliefs and habits and old patterns.
Hypnosis is against my religious beliefs.Alpha is the natural "state of mind" that every human being passes through while going to sleep or waking up. Hypnosis takes place at the Alpha level of mind. Hypnosis is nothing more than a fancy word for keeping you in the alpha state because you are more receptive to positive programming. Unless your religion wants you to suffer, hypnosis is perfectly fine and completely safe.
Will I remember everything or will I be "blacked out?"Most people remember every word during the hypnosis session. Unless you fall asleep, you will be alert, but drowsy during the session. If you do fall asleep, the programming will still take effect.
What if it works, but then I revert back to my old habits a few months later.
First, define your definition of change. Anything over 21 days in a row forms a new "habit". So, if you make a change and it holds for more than three weeks... you have been re-programmed. If you decide to start the habit all over again, that's your decision. If it works once, it will work again for you.
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