The Hypnosis Session - How it Works

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The conscious mind has no memory and it is very slow when compared torepparttar subconscious mind, and can only consider or think of one thought matter at a time. · Subconscious Mind The subconscious mind constitutes ninety-five per cent ofrepparttar 135416 brain. It is fully attentive whilstrepparttar 135417 conscious mind is awake and active, going on ‘standby’ during sleep, when its method of functioning is through dreams. It containsrepparttar 135418 memories and emotions from every experience we have ever encountered. It is able to retrieve stored information required byrepparttar 135419 conscious mind and it is also able to bring torepparttar 135420 conscious mind’s attention any other linked factors stemming from past experiences that it perceives as relevant.

Whenrepparttar 135421 subconscious mind feels that a strong enough reason exists to counter a decision ofrepparttar 135422 conscious mind, then it will cause a reaction that it perceives as more appropriate. It is this action that causes phobias, panic attacks, unwanted habits, fears,repparttar 135423 loss of confidence, etc.


A particular form of hypnotherapy that can be helpful where: · There is so little medical understanding ofrepparttar 135424 pain problem that no diagnosis can be made. · Diagnosis is known but problems are extremely difficult to manage with either drug or surgical treatment. · Only short term relief is possible with other methods, or side effects of other methods are unacceptable.

Hypnohealing is a natural healing method which encouragesrepparttar 135425 body’s own healing process. The self-healing stems fromrepparttar 135426 subconscious mind that knows whatrepparttar 135427 body needs to be healed, it simply needs guiding torepparttar 135428 right area ofrepparttar 135429 body.

Hypnotherapy enables us to have direct communication and to persuaderepparttar 135430 subconscious mind to concentrate extra healing effort onrepparttar 135431 area concerned, especially ifrepparttar 135432 condition is considered to be of emotional/psychological in origin.

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Carl Jung

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Northrop Frye addresses this growth that Jung studied in this brief excerpt. “Jung believes, however, thatrepparttar ordinary medical analogies of diagnosis, treatment, and cure are not adequate forrepparttar 135352 psychologist. The physical body nearly always matures in about twenty years, but in most peoplerepparttar 135353 psyche remains largely undeveloped throughout life, though it possesses within it a force of growth towardrepparttar 135354 ‘individuation’ which is its peculiar maturity {I posit Jung understood ‘PURPOSE’ inrepparttar 135355 same way Viktor E. Frankl did in what became Logotherapy. Jung understood that ‘individuation’ is aligned with allrepparttar 135356 forces and powers making each of us more whole when we knowrepparttar 135357 ‘one’-ness.}. This growing force withinrepparttar 135358 psyche is what Jung, in contrast to Freud, means by libido, {Freud was an ego conflicted individual who never understoodrepparttar 135359 sexual drive to achieve ‘one’-ness.} and, being a biological force, it behaves teleologically, just as an acorn behaves as though intended to become an oak tree. {With many other acorns.} When a psychologist tries to help a neurotic, he is helping releaserepparttar 135360 power of growth, and he ought to realize that any ‘cure’ is only one stage inrepparttar 135361 process he has started going.” (2)

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