Self-Hypnosis: AT HOME
Mindfulness and meditation have been getting a lot of attention for their benefits, but people often report 'trying' for great lengths of time with brief moments of a positive outcome. Mindfulness, meditation, and self-hypnosis share a platform, and self-hypnosis merely offers simple steps to follow. One of the most common reports I hear is 'I always try so hard not to think so hard, but with hypnosis, I just followed the steps and my mind slowed down.'
All Hypnosis is Self-Hypnosis: Hypnosis is a focused learning state. It is said that children up until approximately age 7 are in this Alpha Brain wave state of accelerated learning, which also includes imaginative play.
Follow some very easy instructions: Mindfulness and meditation are helpful - when you have 'success' in using them. Hypnosis provides simple steps to quickly and effectively enter into a focused relaxation.
Hypnosis may be done independently and at home: No one else can control you, and you cannot get 'stuck' in hypnosis. 'Highway hypnosis', and 'daydreaming' may be examples of how you shift into and out of various brainwave frequencies during your day.
Why use Hypnosis: By learning this skill you may continue to build on your success, and even reconnect to things like focus, relaxation, or other opportunities as needed.
How to use these Downloads: Use headphones, when sitting/resting comfortably at home, and follow along, uninterrupted. Recommend daily use (most people use in bed at nighttime) for a minimum of 1 week.