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Is Hypnosis a Communication with the Subconscious Brain?


Is Hypnosis a Communication with the Subconscious Brain?

Is Hypnosis a Communication with the Subconscious Brain?

Hypnosis is a very complicated field. Most people do not understand the process of hypnosis or exactly what it does to a person. In fact, to some hypnosis looks like little more than magic or illusion. Others, who have a better idea of how the human mind and body interact while a subject is under hypnosis, can’t help but ask the question, “How does hypnosis relate to the subconscious mind?”.

In reality, hypnosis is a process where a person goes into a state of relaxation and focuses on certain issues. This is done with the help of another person, known as a hypnotist. It is often said that a hypnotist can change a person completely. However, this is not completely true. In fact it’s objectively not true at all. Often, we can see certain changes in a person’s behaviors after the process of hypnosis, but the basic nature of a person’s personality does not change. It is important to note that while under hypnosis a person will not willingly do something that goes against their personal nature. So just as with all self improvement tools, hypnosis is only most effective if the subject actually wants to embrace the suggestive changes.

It is also interesting to note that you can enter into a state of hypnosis without the intervention of a professional hypnotist or hypno-therapist. For example, you are sitting in on a college lecture. Your professor is droning on and on. You find yourself looking out the window and become very involved in some increasingly deep thoughts. This is a state of trance and can be considered as a lesser state of hypnosis. Now, You’re probably dying to know how hypnosis actually works.

To begin to get an idea of how hypnosis actually works, you have to understand the basic workings of a human brain. Generally, we divide a human brain into two parts, namely, the conscious part of the brain and the subconscious part of the brain. Anything that happens externally is always processed and dealt with by the conscious part of the brain.

For example, in our last situation the conscious part of the brain listens to and stores the information being delivered by the lecturing professor. In other words, this part of our brain deals with the tangible things, while the subconscious brain deals with the emotions, thinking and feelings associated with our perception of the external catalysts. For example, after the professor starts to deliver the lecture, your conscious mind catches the words of the lecture and sends them to the subconscious mind, which will do the further thinking related to the subject.

The same happens in the case of hypnosis too. While a person is going into a state of hypnosis, his or her conscious mind stops working and goes into a ‘relaxation mode’ and the subconscious mind starts working. The subconscious mind does all the thinking about what the person is currently focused on. This is essentially the whole concept of hypnosis. Use tools and strategies to relax the subjects conscious mind and allow us access to their subconscious. If we can access the subject’s subconscious mind we can direct their focus and start to implement suggestions to create modified behaviors. This seems pretty compelling evidence that the subconscious mind is responsible of all your thinking habits and behaviors.

This also means, however, you can make efforts to control your subconscious mind and alter your perceptions and behaviors..

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