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Articles sharing how hypnosis or self-hypnosis techniques can help with accelerated learning.

Self-Hypnosis, Easy Techniques for Anti-Stress and Relaxation 0

Self-Hypnosis, Easy Techniques for Anti-Stress and Relaxation

The Flight-or-Flight Response is built into our human biology. The reptilian brain, by far the oldest and simplest part of our brain, is responsible for our survival. It is a system from ancient times which caused an individual to either fight or run for protection when real physical danger was present, such as a large hungry animal. Today people don’t have to face the issue of survival on a daily basis. Yet this component still exists in our biology and can be easily activated, in most people, when a danger is real or when it is just imagined to be real, such as with fear of abandonment, or fear of not being good enough.

Three Tips to Make Self-Hypnosis Fun and Effective 0

Three Tips to Make Self-Hypnosis Fun and Effective

One thing I saw in teaching self-hypnosis a lot was impatience. The reason people get impatient with any practice is that they want a certain outcome, and they want the outcome right now.

Attachment to outcome causes impatience; however, whenever we have fun, we don’t feel time pass. We enjoy the process and we don’t care about the ending.

So, to make your self-hypnosis practice effective, the first key is to make it fun. How do we do that?

8 Ways to Have a Happier Life with Self-Hypnosis 3

8 Ways to Have a Happier Life with Self-Hypnosis

On one hand, Self-Hypnosis is a conscious way to re-program the subconscious mind. On another, we can use trance work to find answers and wisdom within so that we can move forward with more clarity and ease. More specifically, here are 8 ways we can benefit from Self-Hypnosis.

Self-Hypnosis, an Accelerated Learning Solution 2

Self-Hypnosis, an Accelerated Learning Solution

Accelerated learning is a way to learn more quickly with less effort but more enjoyment… When our Critical Factor is bypassed, we can then begin learning from the right state: the Flow State, so we can allow ourselves to lose ourselves in the task.

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