E.WagnerHolisticHealth: October 2012

E.WagnerHolisticHealth: October 2012

Blog #8 Hypnosis for the Good Life

The word “hypnosis” really refers to

self-hypnosis, since virtually all hypnosis can be accomplished only with the

cooperation of the person being hypnotized. Also, a hypnotist cannot make a person do

anything he or she would be unwilling to do in their ordinary waking

consciousness. Hypnosis is a skill that can be used for a lifetime to help

people make beneficial changes in their lives. These changes are possible because hypnosis can

reach the subconscious and bring it into agreement with the conscious

claim they want to make changes but have not been done so, it is because, on a

subconscious level, there is reluctance to make these changes. Contradictions between the conscious and

subconscious mind can be due to many things, including previous negative

programming, guilt or shame about past actions, or an inability to perceive the

benefits of the release of a habit or addiction. Hypnosis can trick the subconscious to treat us

Over the years, I have experienced for myself

and observed in students and patients many examples of the power of

hypnosis. In my early 20’s, I

permanently eliminated my own migraine headaches through just one self-hypnosis session. I can easily control and eliminate occasional sleep apnea symptoms

for weeks at a time through simple self-hypnosis techniques. I can lower occasional high blood pressure

within two minutes with self-hypnosis, and keep it low for months. I have stopped severe bleeding and pain from

deep cuts and second and third degree burns on my hands. Many of my students and patients have

successfully used hypnosis to stop smoking, lose weight, eliminate chronic

pain, enhance creativity, strengthen their immune systems, and overcome food

and environmental allergies. Sometimes the resolution of problems came

after just one or two sessions; other times, people needed to experience more

extended sessions or instruction before they achieved the desired

results. Of course, a desire for improvement and a willingness to make

significant material changes in one’s life are essential for change. At

the very least, hypnosis will help people feel more relaxed; sometimes these

techniques can help them achieve amazing results.

Successful hypnosis uses words effectively. It is vital to speak to the subconscious

clearly, simply, specifically, in the present tense, and in a positive

manner. To sleep more soundly, a person could give him or herself a

suggestion about this at night, before drifting off to sleep. An example of an effective sentence would

deeply each night, and wake up in the morning refreshed and feeling

This blog’s offer: call or email me with a sentence you have

constructed to help you reach a desired goal and I will offer suggestions for

possible change or improvement of this sentence. Please share this blog with others who might be

interested or who could benefit from this information.

Elaine J. Wagner, D.C.6355 N. Broadway, suite #29Chicago, Illinois 60660(773)274-6827

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