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Hypnosis isn't some kind of magic trick that defies logic. It's a tool that helps a person gain better control of their subconscious mind. However, many people still question its effectiveness, simply because they can't "see" what's happening.Hypnosis has been around for centuries, and it served as a pain killer back in the day. Before medicine made things easier, some patients were hypnotized for pain management. But this was just one solution hypnosis was used for, which is why the extensive practice of this art shows how effective it can be when used correctly.
How Does Hypnosis Work?
Hypnosis has so many areas in which it can be used, but to give you a better explanation of how it works the following example is based on hypnotherapy.
Your everyday life is based on habits and routines. Your subconscious is programmed to go through the same motions every day, establishing an auto-pilot rhythm so-to-speak. Once the habit has settled, it becomes second nature like breathing.
Even though there's nothing wrong with a routine, certain habits can be damaging. Unfortunately they aren't easy to change, because your subconscious has already invested a lot of time in the old one.
With hypnosis the aim is to change this habit at the source. It might not sound like a challenge to change a habit that is comfortable, familiar and easy. In reality it's a lot harder. People who smoke and binge eat know this better than anyone.
With a professional leading the way, you will dig into your subconscious and use suggestions to change a specific habit.
What Does Being Hypnotized It Feel Like?
Contrary to popular belief, you're not asleep when hypnotized. You're simply very relaxed and your conscious mind doesn't filter what goes through to the subconscious.
For the most part it will feel like a very relaxing daydream, which you might not remember depending on how deep you go.