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When people think of hypnosis, they think of one of two things. The first they may think of is a man in a turban dangling a necklace in front of them. The necklace swings side to side, like the pendulum on a clock and hearing the words “you…are getting…sleepy”. Or… maybe a man inviting people to join him on stage and have more fun than anyone else in the room. In no time, the people on stage are squawking like chickens or barking like dogs. Sometimes the people on stage have no idea about the things they did until the end of the show or see the
recorded video. Stage hypnosis is purely for entertainment, but it does demonstrate that the mind is capable of incredible focus and concentration.
Hypnosis isn't merely for entertainment; it is also an incredible tool for healing. People often turn to hypnosis when they feel they have no other options for healing, but after reading this article you will most likely agree it may be a great option to implement early on. The body knows how to heal itself; the brain simply needs to focus either consciously or sub-consciously on healing the issue. The conscious mind is the rational part of the brain that thinks things through, evaluates and problem solves in a conscious or awake state. The sub-conscious is the part of the brain that never rests; it works 24/7 so you don’t have to think about things like breathing, it happens automatically when the subconscious tells you to breathe in or out, or your heart to beat. You don’t have to think about either of these things whether you are awake or not, so why not get that part of the brain to focus 24/7 on healing just as it does for breathing? Studies show positive results from hypnotherapy, especially when it comes to healing pain.
At Clear Koala, we want to see you heal; no matter what path you take to get there. In this article, we'll explore how hypnosis performs in natural healing. Something most people don’t realize is… all hypnosis is “self-hypnosis”. In this article, we will talk about finding a hypnotist to help direct your healing and teaching yourself to heal through hypnosis. Hypnosis may be a crucial element you can learn to use to heal from whatever is burdening your life at the moment. Read on to learn more about this fascinating practice.
What is hypnosis?
Hypnosis is an enhanced state of concentration. For example, when you find yourself so into an activity that you lose track of your surroundings or time, you have entered that enhanced state of concentration, sometimes referred to as “hypnotic trance”. With the help of a hypnotist, you can use this state to focus and improve challenging areas of your life.
Unlike the in the movies or on television, you're not actually “being put under” and letting someone control your mind. Once you have entered the open and relaxed state of mind, you are simply given suggestions you can choose to act on or not. You have the power to decide how effective hypnosis is going to be for you, simply by determining what is true for you. Everyone can be hypnotized… it is simply allowing yourself to relax and be open to suggestion. There may be reasons it might be difficult for you, but you can be hypnotized if you want to be. That being said, you can resist if you want, you can have a belief that something bad could happen or that you might do something embarrassing, or maybe even that a certain pain, worry or thought is dominating your conscious mind and overpowering your ability concentrate on relaxing at that particular moment. You can be hypnotized if you let go and relax.
Hypnosis for natural healing
With more and more people turning to more natural forms of healing, hypnosis certainly is one of those ways slowly growing in popularity. Highly trained healers in alternative medicine, like traditional Chinese medicine, Reiki or Yoga often also learn hypnosis to additionally help their patients heal faster.
People today; are using hypnosis for a wide variety of reasons. Below are some of the reasons you could be looking into and trying hypnosis for yourself. If one of these sounds like something you think you are interested in, hypnosis may be a valuable tool to look into to assist in the healing process.
Many people turn to hypnosis because it's yet another natural method of healing. No drugs are involved and with practice you can teach yourself hypnosis. Something to also keep in mind as well…hypnosis can do no harm.
Hypnosis and pain
When injury occurs, the body begins working to heal itself to the best of its ability. Hypnosis is an effective way to speed that healing process. Psychology Today talks about hypnosis being used to treat a minor burn. Typically, it would take about 1 week for the wound to heal on it’s own, when hypnosis is applied, it can take less time to heal.
Research has shown amazing results have been achieved through hypnosis when using it to fight pain. Anyone can find a vast amount of research papers and studies about the effects of hypnosis to eliminate discomfort. All of these research papers show the powerful effect hypnosis has on the body, validating the practice.
What about learning self-hypnosis?
There are instances where some people are unable to afford certified hypnosis treatment. Other times, they may find they don’t feel good about someone else guiding them through the hypnosis process possibly because of past traumas. Learning self-hypnosis is obviously a viable choice. According to an article published in Psychology Today, self-hypnosis is a relatively easy skill to learn and it does take time and practice to learn it effectively. When you practice self-hypnosis often, you will experience the same results as you would from a certified hypnotist.
The most successful self-hypnotists know they need a place where no one will disturb them. These places need to be somewhere that kids, coworkers, or your boss won’t bother you. Even five minutes a day is enough to put yourself in that relaxed state, and focus on whatever needs attention. Once learned, another positive is bringing yourself back to full awareness feeling energized and feeling better than you felt before you began. There is no downside to hypnosis, whether self guided or guided by someone else.
It’s OK to start small, once a day or a few times a week. When you master this skill, you can work your way up to practicing self-hypnosis as often as you wish. You will be glad you gained another tool to help you manage your pain or anxiety.
Hypnosis and Clear Koala
Clear Koala and Hypnosis can go hand in hand in helping you ease your pain. Clear Koala works fast when it's sprayed on any part of the body, relieving pain.
If you're in a situation where you don't have access to Clear Koala, don't worry! Seeing a certified hypnotist or learning self-hypnosis yourself can help you deal with pain when you don't have Clear Koala around. With both of these tools, you will see a significant drop in your inflammatory pain.
Hypnosis is a great way to help you with pain relief. With the help of a professional or a good place to practice this skill yourself, you can eliminate pain and boost your body's natural ability to heal itself.
Find a quiet place for a five-minute self-hypnosis session; you can always carry Clear Koala wherever you go. Since you never know when pain can flare-up, it's a good idea to have one of these tools if not both at your disposal at all times, so you can spend more time doing the things you enjoy doing. You won't be sitting out of your favorite activities anymore.
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