Why I Love Self-Hypnosis

Hypnosis is a word for an experience and the most natural thing in the world. Ever since I honed my own personal skill of self hypnosis, my life has changed direction; it is more productive in all areas, and, I am happier and healthier than I have ever been in my life.

This could quite easily sound like I am about to preach to you, but I cannot emphasize enough of how perfectly natural the experience of self hypnosis is within all of our lives. We go in and out of hypnosis each and every day.

When you focus on your favourite television programme and feel happy or sad whilst watching it; you are drifting in and out of hypnosis. When you are engrossed in a good book, you are in hypnosis. When you daydream, you are in hypnosis, and so on.

All hypnosis is self-hypnosis; it is a state you allow yourself to be in whilst concentrating on something. All the words, concentrating, focussing, engrossed (and many, many more) are different words for the same experience. Only, we call it, ‘self-hypnosis’.

Years ago, whilst I was learning more about how we work and experience the world; language patterns also became a great interest to me. We often talk more negative than positive self talk and this then affects our behaviour. I truly believe that we ‘reap what we sow’. If we feel bad then more often than not, bad things will happen. If we feel good and expect the day to be good and fruitful, then it will more than likely happen. The words we use, both to ourselves and others can be very powerful in the way they affect our lives. The power of our imagination is so vast, if we imagine strong enough, well, let me give you an example.

‘Years ago, I used to have low self esteem and this affected the confidence I had in my abilities. If I made a mistake, I would criticise myself and tell myself I was useless at doing that particular thing. This would then lead to me making more mistakes.

I used to be very good at being my own ‘judge and jury’.

Now, after using self-hypnosis, I automatically learn from experiences. Each eventful day I have, I learn something new. The strong self-belief I now have, has been built up with practice, using hypnosis.

So, using self-hypnosis for myself; along with the belief that ‘if we can expect negative results, we can expect positive results too’, I used it within my life to change for the better. Now, from personal experience, I can pass this onto other people with the help of all the different recordings of CDs for self hypnosis.

You too can be in control of your own life and plan your own future. I constantly use self-hypnosis within my life. It is part of my life; even therapists have to look after themselves.