Beginning of hypnosis in Hypnosis Download
Since the beginning of hypnosis in Paradise Valley, there has been an ongoing debate as to the reality of he process.
There are as many individuals in Paradise Valley who believe that hypnosis is a real state of consciousness as there are individuals who do not believe hypnosis is real.
Whether hypnosis can be induced
In an effort to prove whether or not a state of hypnosis can be induced, the scientific community in Paradise Valley, Arizona has performed its own studies and garnered significant information.
Scientists have subjected individuals to a host of Hypnosis Download examinations to determine if there are any physiological changes that take place in the body during hypnosis.
Results have been interesting and enlightening
The results have been interesting and enlightening. After hooking people up to a multitude of machines, scientists have discovered that, although there appears to be little change in the body during hypnosis, the brain itself may experience significant alterations.
Although these are just preliminary studies on Hypnosis Therapy that need a lot more research, the results are exciting in that they obviously indicate that the brain is experiencing some sort of change during hypnosis.
Hypnosis effect on brain waves
The alteration of brain waves and brain activity as viewed on EEGs and MRIs, clearly indicates that hypnosis has a direct effect on the human brain, which is exactly the center that hypnosis strives to reach.
Further study, including the use of control groups, may target the area or areas of the brain that are being activated during hypnosis.
Indirect Hypnotic Suggestion - How to Use It
Hypnosis can be used to enhance sexual pleasure beyond belief. The reason hypnosis can enhance sex is not because it is some sort of magic, but because as you are under a trance, your insecurities and limiting beliefs about sex can be put aside to allow you to feel the full potential of the sexual pleasure your body is capable of.
What can you expect?
Sex under hypnosis can help you (whether you are a man or woman) to orgasm if you have difficulty having strong or consistent orgasms. If you don't have that problem, hypnosis can help you take your sex to the next extreme of sexual pleasure.
The possibilities are so endless, that most novices would have a hard time believing that some of the things I'm about to mention are even possible. For example, you can learn hypnotic triggers called "anchors" to instantly induce an orgasm on command, it works with both men and women...
Women can develop extended orgasms, multiple orgasms and even the strangest sexual fantasy can seem completely real under hypnosis. For example, you can hypnotize your girlfriend to think she's a virgin again, and the sexual experience would seem extremely real.
You can use hypnosis to wipe away past trauma that might inhibit your ability to feel sexual pleasure. Sex for women is much more closely tied to their emotions. They have great difficulty letting go of bad experiences in the past which hold them back from experiencing immense pleasure now.
Hypnosis is actually quite easy to learn. You can learn it in less than five minutes. If you'd like to learn more about using hypnosis to enhance your sexual pleasure, visit my blog NOW!
The Three Main Stages of Hypnosis
It is imperative that a hypnotist learn people reading and body language. This process involves interpreting and reading people's minute movements. As a hypnotist assists an individual or group to attain a desired state, he must recognize several subtle signs, at a glance. Watching for these changes actually must become second nature, as he hones his skills as a hypnotist.
In my series of articles on hypnosis, I am attempting to expose the value of hypnotic states and their purpose, by removing some of the fears and misconceptions that people have about hypnosis. Perhaps, then, it will be viewed in the positive and useful light for which I believe it was discovered.
In most cases, the hypnotist will narrow his field of non-verbal communication to only those signals that pertain to his concerns. A stage hypnotist may watch for signs of resistance in his subject and choose to send that individual back to his seat. He simply does not have the time to deal with resistance because "the show must go on." On the other hand, he might still be watching for those individuals who are displaying a natural tendency to go into a somnambulistic state, of which I will discuss, shortly.
The hypnotherapist takes his time to help an individual work through his fears, thus eliminating the resistance. Each hypnotist has his own style and, therefore, his own combination of signals he watches for during the hypnosis process. Whatever the reason a person seeks hypnosis they will either go through one of the five states of hypnosis or go directly to a particular state. It is the hypnotist's responsibility to recognize these hypnotic states and when the individual has achieved his desired level.
The state of hypnosis (depth of relaxation) depends on the purpose. If the individual is seeking physical relaxation, it is much different than the level needed to have dental work or surgery. This is why it is very important that the hypnotist recognizes these signs and states of hypnosis. However, it is not necessary for the person being hypnotized to recognize or to know how it works in order for these signs and states to take place.
The five states are: The waking state, light or superficial, somnambulism, coma, and hypnosis attached to sleep. When I speak of waking hypnosis, I must also mention waking suggestions and their differences. An example of waking suggestion would be when someone in the room yawns and others witness this and begin to do the same. The next thing you know, the room is full of people yawning.
With waking suggestion, there is no bypassing of the critical faculty (factor). Another example of waking suggestion would be when someone says, "please come in and have a seat over here." You are simply making a suggestion, statement, or request. As a reminder, the critical faculty is that part of your mind which passes judgment. When it is bypassed, the hypnotist is able to substitute selective thinking for conventional judgment making. Suggestions, which are received in a normal state of consciousness, and do not bypass the critical faculty, are called waking suggestions. Waking suggestions can be used to reassure and comfort someone who is in fear of something. For example, words given by a doctor to a patient, "you'll be all right" or "it's not that serious," will ease the person's fears and bring some instant relief.
Waking hypnosis involves bypassing the critical faculty and implanting selective thinking without the use of the trance state. It can be used when resistance to the trance state is encountered. It may also be used to produce short-term amnesia or anesthesia to save time and when seeking short-ranged results. To achieve waking hypnosis, the mind of the person being hypnotized must focus around a given idea and it must be a suggestion that the person desires.
Hypnosis, as it is attached to sleep, is the deepest level known at this time. Sleep and hypnosis are two entirely different states. When hypnosis is attached to sleep, the sleep changes to a hypnotic state. This dynamic state can be used to create the most powerful anesthesia, relieve the tension and anxiety as it pertains to surgery, and promote quick recovery. It can also be used for those individuals who suffer from traumatic events buried deeply below their conscious awareness. This state has been coined, "hypnosleep." There is a slowing down of the mental process during sleep, and in deep sleep, there seems to be an apparent loss of consciousness.
During hypnosis this does not occur, reflex actions remain normal. Although the vital signs can be affected and slowed down by suggestions, they can't be affected simultaneously, as it occurs in natural sleep. As the bodily functions slow during sleep, i.e., respiration slows and becomes deeper; blood pressure and heart slows as do the reflexes of the body. During hypnosis, there may be the slightest of slow down, but in most cases, those vitals are not affected. This does not mean that suggestions cannot be used to produce natural sleep, if the right techniques are used.
There are five steps to induce hypnosleep. The first is to make sure the person is soundly asleep by monitoring their respiration. The second, there must be a very gentle approach as the critical faculty is bypassed. This bypass must occur instantly. The third, ideomotor signals must be set in place. Fourth, proceed with the use of compounding suggestions. And fifth, remove the hypnotic state so the person can continue with his natural sleep.
Many years ago, when I was learning this technique, I practiced on my young son. When I felt we were in rapport, I would give him suggestions. Some of which I could observe the following morning. These suggestions included, shortly after he wakes in the morning, he would take out the trash, empty the dishwasher, etc. As I became more efficient, it was amazing to me how he would perform the suggested tasks, just as though they were a normal part of his morning routine (and, of course, they were not).
I was not always successful. One night, while pacing his breathing, I changed mine a little more and a little sooner than I should have. Immediately, from a very deep sleep, he sat straight up in the bed, looked at me with a startled glazed look in his eyes and promptly asked me "What's wrong?" In a calm voice, I said "Nothing, I was just saying good night to you." Since I was really concentrating on the procedure and not expecting that kind of reaction from him, I can tell you it startled the daylights out of me.
Learning the art of hypnosis is not a weekend event. It takes years of research and practice to attain the skills needed to use the many aspects of this dynamic, often misunderstood, method of healing. Its success, in the treatment of so many conditions, is often over-shadowed by modern medicine. And the quick-fix mind set in much of today's society relies on pills and a willingness to suffer from their side effects.