How to Learn Self Hypnosis

Self hypnosis is a way to improve yourself using the power of hypnosis in the comfort of your own home without having to spend hundreds of dollars to pay a professional hypnotherapist. Everyone can learn self hypnosis, and it is effective and perfectly safe. Many people have used self hypnosis to stop smoking, improve their self confidence and to overcome insomnia, to name just a few examples.

When learning self hypnosis, the first thing you’ll learn is the importance of being specific in want you achieve. Saying that you want to improve your life is not specific enough – instead you need to focus on a specific aspect, such as improving your self confidence, being more assertive, reducing social anxiety, overcoming your fear of public speaking, etc… Focus on one goal at a time and write them down clearly before you start your self hypnosis session. You will find that writing down your goals will help your mind to focus more on them and it will also make your goals look more achievable.

Next, you’ll learn how to write a self hypnosis script which will outline your plan of how to achieve your goals. A crucial part of mastering self hypnosis is learning how to phrase your plan, and using specific words while avoiding others. You will also learn to how imagine achieving your goals and getting a feeling of how your life will be like when you have achieved them.

Although some self hypnosis techniques require you only to use your imagination, most require you to use your voice to get yourself into the hypnotized state. You will start the session by talking at a normal pace, then gradually slowing down and softening your tone, and finally your voice should be back to normal at the end of the session.

A crucial part of self hypnosis is finding the right location. You can practice self hypnosis anywhere, as long as that place is quiet and free from disturbances and distractions. You should be comfortable, for example on a sofa or bed, and it must be a place where you naturally feel at ease. Some people find that playing ‘meditation’ music can help them relax, but this is very much down to personal preferences. Soft, yellow lights are generally preferable to bright white light, and there should be no unpleasant or strong smells. For these reasons, many people find that the best place to practice self hypnosis is in their bedroom with just a lampshade on. We caution against the use of candles, as these are a burning hazard.

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