The Hypnosis Session - How it Works

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The Hypnosis Session

After an initial consultation you will be invited to relax in an armchair and then guided into a deep physical and mental relaxation. This hypnotic state is a normal and natural state of being, and regardless of how deeply you go in hypnosis and however passive you appear to be you will remain in full control ofrepparttar situation and will be able to talk and can terminaterepparttar 135416 session at any time.

Atrepparttar 135417 end ofrepparttar 135418 session, you will be gently returned torepparttar 135419 normal working state and will generally findrepparttar 135420 experience deeply relaxing.

You will then haverepparttar 135421 opportunity to talk through your experience with your therapist.

What does it feel like to be hypnotized?

Some individuals will experience a light floating sensation whilst others may report a feeling of heaviness in their limbs. . . think of it this way. If we gathered a group of individuals onrepparttar 135422 beach and asked them to go intorepparttar 135423 sea, we would see a wide variety of methods. Some would run intorepparttar 135424 sea and swim out torepparttar 135425 horizon, others would dive underwater, whilst others would gently paddle alongrepparttar 135426 sea shore. The same is true with a group of people entering hypnosis. Some will jump right in and enjoy a deeper quality of relaxation than they have ever had before and others will just gently try outrepparttar 135427 shallow waters.

Who can be hypnotised?

Most people can be hypnotised;repparttar 135428 speed, ease and depth ofrepparttar 135429 hypnosis depends uponrepparttar 135430 individual’s willingness,repparttar 135431 strength ofrepparttar 135432 person’s need and their trust and confidence inrepparttar 135433 client.

How Hypnosis works

The brain is an organ that can be seen and held. The mind is that ‘thing’ that is unseen and physically immeasurable, yet appears to berepparttar 135434 part of us that ‘runs everything’. The mind has two distinctive parts, which are referred to asrepparttar 135435 conscious mind andrepparttar 135436 subconscious mind. · Conscious Mind The conscious mind constitutes five percent ofrepparttar 135437 brain. Inrepparttar 135438 normal waking state,repparttar 135439 conscious mind is in control, it checks every input received by our senses, evaluatesrepparttar 135440 information and makes decisions while we are awake and thinking rationally. The conscious mind can drift into daydreaming, or become unaware of our reactions during monotonous routines or repetitive activity, and it abandons its responsibilities when we sleep.

Carl Jung

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Carl Jung wondered if he might be crazy when he had visions ofrepparttar World War beforerepparttar 135352 first of these conflagrations inrepparttar 135353 20th Century came to pass. This made him a lot more desirous of understanding from whence his prophetic visions might have come as he continued to become one ofrepparttar 135354 most erudite and learned men of that century.

There are a lot of people who exhibit common sense (an all too rare thing) that understand it is what we DO that determines what we are; rather than what we say (!) we believe. Practicing random acts of kindness and sharing would go a lot further than trying to convince others that we know something we are only onrepparttar 135355 verge of beginning to see. This principle or law is encompassed inrepparttar 135356 saying ofrepparttar 135357 Magi called 'Right Thought=Right Action'. The practices of Tai Chi and qigong (pronounced 'chee-gong') work withrepparttar 135358 energy that surrounds us and sustains us and our astral selves. In China it has a prehistoric origin that makesrepparttar 135359 government want to stamp it out. This isrepparttar 135360 kind of religion that focuses on personal transformation and healthful interactions with all around us. They say it differs from Yoga or Tai Chi in that it is less complex and requires less focus on breathing. This 'They' is Falun Dafa or Falun Gong. You should have heard aboutrepparttar 135361 attacks on it in China and maybe you know it is spreading in America. The Chinese government is trying to extraditerepparttar 135362 leader back to China. The heresy trials and Inquisitorial approaches of nations are still with us. 'Chhi', 'Qi', 'Pranha' and other names like 'cosmic soup' are reallyrepparttar 135363 same thing as whatrepparttar 135364 limbo state and astral energy or auric bodies are made up of.

The benefits of looking inward for growth and purpose are much better than trying to get someone else to believe as you do. In his foreword to 'The Tibetan Book ofrepparttar 135365 Dead' with an Introduction by Lama Anagarika Govinda, Carl Jung made some excellent points. He says that we are visualizing these energies and spiritual dimensions according to our prevailing ethnic and cultural idioms. If we believe in Shiva or Jesus, Mohammed or Cernunnos then when we encounterrepparttar 135366 energy that relates to these cultural images, that is what our mind translates to our conscious brain. Science can proverepparttar 135367 neurophysiological nature of these assertions now. It surely would cut a huge swath through a lot of ecclesiastical structure if everyone was to know we are all affected byrepparttar 135368 same 'gods' with simply different stories and names. Ecumenicism is not (asrepparttar 135369 Catholic Cardinal Biffi would like) just a dialogue between Christian denominations. It is a 'Brotherhood of Man' initiative that all of us must endeavour to bring to fruition. We are endeavoring to findrepparttar 135370 best way to show howrepparttar 135371 'his'-story has stolen this once common perception that Falun Gong harkens back to, has taken us away from our soulful connection. The growth of man’s culture seems headed towards more of what is called connectivity or ‘Critical Mass’ through shared archetypes butrepparttar 135372 manipulation of thought and development of counter-archetypes is causing a lot of confusion.

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