We all go into natural, everyday trances throughout our day.
It is a very healthy and necessary experience.
A scientific approach would demonstrate that brainwaves change whether someone is asleep or in a trance. However, in order to get to sleep, one must go through the hypnagogic period which is a form of trance and a bridge from the state of being awake to being asleep.
Hypnosis isn’t a magic button that shifts powers, this is especially true of therapeutic hypnosis. The client takes an active part in the process and hypnotherapy often brings home to the client the notion that you are in charge of your thought processes.
No one has ever gotten “stuck” in hypnosis. We all go into natural, everyday trances throughout our day. It is a very healthy and necessary experience.
it is clear that the vast majority of people can by hypnotised but not everyone does in in the same way and to the same degree. The capability to be hypnotised can be enhanced and suggestibility in hypnosis is the openness to accept new ideas and new information or perspectives. Daydreaming is an example of naturally occurring hypnotic trance.
Not true. The subconscious mind is a magnificent resource that we all possess and should harness. Belief in hypnosis is not necessary but an open mind and a playful disposition is a must!