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Self Hypnosis

Learning self-hypnosis can be a valuable tool. You can use it for anything from boosting your self esteem, to combating insomnia or to feel more empowered when speaking publicly. Self-hypnosis comes in when seeing a hypnotherapist is not possible, for re-enforcing the ground work already laid by a hypnotherapist in a previous session, or if you just want to center and calm yourself before that big, important presentation. It can take just two to three minutes and the rewards can be immeasurable.

Just like hypnosis, self hypnosis is the process of changing and re-programming thought patterns, only with out the hypnotist. You train yourself to go into a light hypnotic trance at will, then begin to add in suggestions and re-enforce ones already established. To build self esteem and see yourself in a more positive way, the steps are rather simple. You start out every night for seven nights telling yourself before you go to sleep, “every day in every way I get better and better” and while telling yourself that ten times, you see yourself in a more positive way. It sounds simple, but the effects are great and it may be that’s all you need for that little boost. If you do need more, that one simple step is the foundation from which to build a more confident you. Read more »