Self hypnosis is one of the most useful areas of hypnosis, allowing you to maximize your creative potential to accomplish whatever you desire from life. Even if you were primarily associated to other areas of hypnosis you will still find this area of ​​study invaluable. If you are interested in stage hypnosis, these techniques will give you the confidence required for a successful performance. If you are more attracted to hypnotherapy, use self hypnosis to develop a positive attitude; an essential tool for the therapeutic use.

Learning to become a hypnotist can be an arduous task. Self hypnosis can provide you with the valuable practice and experience required to perfect your induction techniques. In addition to this, you are also able to use self hypnosis to improve your abilities as a hypnotist, making it one of the most useful tools available for anyone interested in developing their skills.

Even if you have no further interest in hypnosis, self hypnosis will benefit you in many ways. You can improve all areas of your life, overcome disabling fears, increase your confidence, remove negative or disempowering habits, heal injuries and maintain a healthy vitality. The options available to you are as wide and varied as your imagination. Self hypnosis is very powerful and incredibly accessible, using these simple techniques will have a massive impact on your future.

Using sleep

Although conventional sleep is not the same as hypnosis it does share certain characteristics that make it a very useful state for planting suggestions in your subconscious mind. During normal waking consciousness, suggestions are evaluated for credibility before they are accepted or forwarded into the deeper levels of the mind, where they are able to licit change. As we relax into sleep our critical conscious minds become subdued, in a similar way as during the progressive relaxation induction method. It is possible to use this natural trance state to plant suggestions directly into the subconscious with little or no knowledge of self hypnotic induction techniques.

Source by Graham Dearing