Hypnotizing yourself doesn’t have to be difficult, and you do not need to study psychology or become a hypnotherapist. Your mind is naturally capable of entering hypnotic trance states, and all that’s needed is a little “subconscious door opener”.
When you are in the state of hypnosis, things become possible that might seem otherwise impossible. You can access lost memories. You are able to focus intensely on a task, to accelerate learning, to recharge your energy levels effectively. You can manage pain. And many other things.
One reason for this is because hypnosis helps you to use more of your brain. Maybe you also read that human beings only use 10% of their brain. Honestly, that’s not true. We use all of our brain. To give you just one example: even a small injury to the brain can cause major disabilities. And brain scans also show activity in all parts of our brains. Yet, we do not always use our brains the same way. Let’s look at the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon.
When something is on the tip-of-your-tongue, you know the piece of information you are looking for – but for some reason, you can’t locate it in your memories. One reason for this is the way your brain is searching for this information. Many times, certain parts of your brain are occupied with other, unrelated tasks that distract you brain’s ability to complete the mental task you’re focused on.
Hypnotizing yourself can help you to use more of your brain for completing any kind of mental task. Think of your own computer. It runs a lot faster when you have only one program window open then when you have 30 different browser windows open at the same time, while also running an image processing program and watching a movie on your computer. Simply because the processing power is divided among different programs, each task takes longer.
The first thing you need in order to do this successful is to find a time and place when you will be undisturbed. Make sure to switch of your phone, or put it in silent mode. Make sure that no one walks into the room, and protect yourself from outside distractions as much as possible.
Find a comfortable place to sit or lay down.
And then start listening to a hypnotic trance induction while you breathe in and out relaxed. It’s best to not have your legs or arms crossed (mainly because you want to avoid having your arms or legs falling asleep) and to rest your head comfortably. Also, make sure that the temperature is comfortable – if needed, use a blanket to keep your body warm. When we relax deeply, our body temperature often goes down a bit.
If you are wearing any obstructive clothing, like a tight belt, it’s best to loosen it in advance. Again, being comfortable will make hypnotizing yourself a lot easier.
Everyone can be hypnotized – no matter what your IQ, education, socio-economic background, or character traits are. All it takes is being open-minded and willing to explore relaxing states of consciousness. If you have this and the hypnosis download MP3 for self-hypnosis, you’ll be in a relaxing, comfortable hypnotic trance within the next 30 minutes…