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Are you looking to find self-hypnosis training in Newcastle upon Tyne, Sunderland and Gateshead?. Quays Clinic of Hypnotherapy can help you. Hypnotherapist Ian Smith is a qualified self-hypnosis instructor.
Hypnotherapy is the skill of using the amazing tool of self-hypnosis to change unwanted habits, behaviors or emotions at a subconscious level in the mind.
Hypnosis is a perfectly natural occurrence that happens to all humans and animals many times during the day.
We all know what its like when we go into “autopilot” when we daydream either at work or at home. Going into self-hypnosis is absolutely nothing to be worried about at all.
You most certainly cannot be controlled or made to do anything that you do not want to do by anyone else. If you want to learn self-hypnosis contact Quays Clinic.
There are some people who still see hypnosis as being a magical or mystical state. However the state of hypnosis is really a natural phenomenon which happens when focused mental attention or concentration takes place.
There are certain events that can be associated with being in self-hypnosis, driving home from work, reading a book, playing a video games, or watching a movies.
Most individuals use self-hypnosis to enhance their psychological wellness, self-development, stop smoking or lose weight. This can include emotional problems, psychological problems and physical problems.
Self-hypnosis training doesn’t have to be difficult. With an Instructor like Ian Smith at Quays Clinic it’s actually very easy to learn.
The first thing a person needs to know about hypnosis is that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. You will only go into hypnosis if you allow yourself to do so. It doesn’t matter what the environment is like.
The sounds around you can be used to deepen the mental and physical depth of relaxation. It also doesn’t even matter if the individual’s eyes are open or closed.
There are many different types of hypnotic inductions that a person can use:
Once the hypnotic induction phase has been completed a person just uses their imagination to visualize themselves in the mind in a relaxing environment.
They bring into play as much of their sensory awareness as possible, what they can see, feel, hear and smell which will enhance the experience.
By simply imagining themselves slowly walking down an imaginary flight of stairs one step at a time giving themselves the suggestion:
“With each and every step that I walk down I will become twice as relaxed”, it doesn’t take long until the individual is totally relaxed.
Imagining yourself walking down ten steps is more than adequate.
As the individual practicing self-hypnosis imagines themselves at the bottom of the imaginary stairs or steps they can then imagine themselves walking through an imaginary set of doors that leads into an imaginary room where the therapy will take place.
This is where many of the different hypnotic techniques can be utilized to create the desired outcome.
To exit self-hypnosis all the individual has to do is to imagine themselves going out of their safe room, visualizing themselves walking back up to the top of their imaginary stairs where they then open their eyes.
If you are looking to learn self-hypnosis in Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead, Sunderland or County Durham to improve your own self-development, contact clinical hypnotherapist Ian Smith at Quays Clinic.