Hypnotherapy, or self-hypnosis once you’ve learnt to use the tools for yourself, can be a very effective tool for asking the right kind of internal questions. For instance, have a think about the following:
1. What do you want your life to be like in a year’s time? Make your answer as compelling as possible – what do you really want it to be like?
2. What changes will you need to make for this to happen? Don’t just think logically. What changes will you have to make in the WAY that you think?
3. Could anything negative happen if you do make these changes? In other words, how much do you really want it?
Many people claim that they have never been hypnotised, but they do admit to having drifted off whilst thinking about a loved one, forgetting large chunks of a car journey (commonly known as highway hypnosis), or ‘ going somewhere else’ while reading a book. These are all examples of natural trance states.
One of the great things about hypnosis is that in the hands of a reputable practitioner it is harmless and produces no damaging side effects, whilst providing positive therapeutic benefits.