Most people these days have seen a stage hypnosis show; you have seen people cluck like chickens, or be convinced that they are a super star or that they are walking on the moon. You have seen people suddenly forget their name, or confuse their shoe for a dog. You have seen people have needles threaded through their arms seemingly without noticing what is happening to them. To the observer this all seems quite unbelievable and a little scary; and yet on the other hand it is compellingly inspiring.
You start to ask yourself whether hypnosis could make you lose weight, or stop smoking, or overcome shyness. Surely these must be simple feats when compared with some of the antics which are seen on stage? To go and watch a hypnotist at work on stage is truly inspirational. You can see at first hand the breadth of the possibilities which hypnosis opens up for you. Hypnosis gets you seeing things differently. Hypnosis changes your expectations; and whatever you expect to happen has a strong tendency to materialize.
Hypnosis is inspiring to a person in many different ways. It helps you to have a “light bulb moment” and to truly see things in a different light. If that isn’t inspirational, what is?
You know how annoying it can be when you have forgotten a name and you feel that it should be at the tip of your tongue, but that name just refuses to come forth? After a few minutes you give up your quest to remember, only to find that elusive name pops into your mind thirty minutes or so later.
This is a clear example of how well your mind responds to suggestion. You say to yourself “what is that name?” Whilst you are frustrated and uptight the name remains hidden from your awareness; but as soon as you relax, it just pops into your mind, as if from nowhere. You know that you had consciously given up (in frustrated disgust) and thus the name must have appeared from a different part of your mind – your subconscious. You do see that, don’t you?
So long as you give your subconscious mind a clear instruction and then stop your conscious mind from interfering, your subconscious is very good at problem solving. Hypnosis does just this. Hypnosis provides a state of mind which is naturally designed to problem solve and to be creative. This too is truly inspirational.
Hypnosis works, so long as you allow it to do so. People are often tempted to interfere with the process whereas in reality they need to get out of their own way. Have you ever sat at your computer and clicked on a tab, only to find that there is no immediate response? And then you hit that same tab two or three more times in succession, and then try a few different keys, with the result that a whole host of different screens appear or your computer becomes “locked”? You discover later that if you had just waited for three more seconds, your computer would have done what you had originally asked?
Your computer does indeed reflect the workings of your mind. It works in its own time and gets confused or locks when it is given too many or opposing instructions. But if your instructions are clear and you refrain from impatiently bashing away at every button, your computer miraculously does what you want it to do. So long as you program your computer correctly, and give clear instructions, it will solve incredibly difficult problems and create amazing images. So too will your mind.
If the wrong program is running on your computer you will not achieve what you want. Hypnosis changes programs swiftly and easily and inspires you to achieve your dreams.
Roseanna Leaton, specialist in hypnosis downloads to inspire you.
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