A client of mine recommended this movie “The Mancurian Candidate” when we were talking about that a lot of people get education on hypnotism from Hollywood. And I was told the remake in 2004 was not as good as the original one, so I found the original black and white movie.
Surprisingly, the brainwash and mind control in this movie is shockingly believable. The powerful conditioning of one’s mind and stealing of one’s soul turned the character of Raymond Shaw a man driven to do things he has no idea why.
Hypnotism for weight-loss and pain management has become well established. The result speaks by itself. More and more people are using this natural organic peaceful method to become slimmer and pain free. But think about it, if hypnosis can help us lose weight, control pain, it can certainly help us do all sorts of things that we call physical – how about using hypnotism to improve eyesight, to enlarge or shrink body parts, to grow taller, and to grow hair – or better, using hypnotism against hair loss. The limit is in your imagination. If you think you lack imagination, well, hypnotism can help with that too.
We need a clear mind to achieve our goals, yet the attention to unwanted things makes our mind super busy… Clearing the mind looks very difficulty to do.
That’s when self-hypnosis becomes very useful. It makes clearing the mind fairly easy once you know how.
Being a hypnotherapist myself, having read all major books on past life regressions, and having conducted many past life regressions myself, I still found this book “You Have Been Here Before” intriguing. It is an educational and a pleasant read.
Is Hypnosis Dangerous?
Nothing is really dangerous when you know it; but everything can appear dangerous when you don’t know it. Therefore what’s dangerous is ignorance.
This blog addresses common fears of being hypnosized, including fear of surrendering will, fear of divulging secrets, fear of not coming out of hypnosis, fear of failing, fear of acting foolishly.