Hypnosis is defined as the overload of the conscious mind in which a person is more suggestible to both the positives and the negatives. Hypnosis is a state of being overloaded from external and internal message units with the result of having easier access to the subconscious mind. A certified hypnotherapist is trained to facilitate a client going into a state of hypnosis in order to achieve the client's desired goals. When the conscious goals and the subconscious goals are congruent, reuslts manifest. It is just as important to come out of a state of hypnosis as it is to going in to hypnosis. When a person comes out of a hypnosis session, the subject is clear-headed and calm.
Can anyone be hypnotized?
Everyone can be hypnotized. However, you cannot be hypnotized to do something against your ethics or morals. You can always resist being hypnotized at any point during a session. Dr. John Kappas from the Hypnosis Motivational Intsitute changed the effectiveness in how people become hypnotized. People fit on a spectrum of E & P, in which people are tested on how they take in information, both inferentially and directly. This is the key to having clients go into the hypnotic state, availing themsevlves of a deeper state of consciousness.
How many hypnosis sessions do I need?
One session of hypnotherapy can often garner the results that the client is looking to achieve. The effectiveness of hypnosis in therapy is one of its appeals. However, in a consultation, a client can discuss their needs and the certified hypnotherapist can discuss options for a therapuetic plan. Some clients keep a hypnotherapist on their resource list to be accessed at will. Hypnotherapists can be used for avocational and vocational goals; as well, hypnotherapists are used in conjunction with medical professionals in order to achieve important goals. As with any other complimentary practice, the number of times people need to attend a session is individualized.