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.
Is Hypnosis Dangerous?
I have also had clients who told me excitedly on the follow-up phone call of all the changes in their life: For some reason, the creativity is flowing freely now. For some reason, I don’t agonize on the decisions anymore, even though the decision hasn’t been made. I am okay in this situation now. For some reason, I smoke less cigarettes now, I just don’t feel like it as much as I used to. For some reason… – by the way, I don’t think I was hypnotized. At least I didn’t go deep into trance. I’m not sure if hypnosis works for me.
This is a book review on “Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline. There is something spiritual about this book which makes the exciting story richer and more intriguing.
Without much pop culture in the 80’s in North America, I was not stopped from enjoying this book…
This fascinating book paints a beautiful picture of obsession.
Human existence starts with babyhood, when we have to “learn” everything from adults who have completely lost connection with their own deeper dimensional self, their soul. What often happens, before we know it, we find ourselves completely engaging the linear. We are completely hypnotized by the linear world and its worldview.
As many have said and scientists have proved, there is actually no time. Time is a concept that we live with for the convenience of the physical life. In reality, time is the measurement of movements through space (for example, the earth revolves on its axis; and the earth moves through space around the sun…). Mathematicians have written formulas to show that if we got into a spaceship and flew far enough fast enough, we could swing back around toward the earth and watch ourselves taking off. So it is easy to understand that we can actually “remember” our future, be it this life in future, or future lives. It has been for me, as a hypnotherapist, very easy to facilitate a client into future.
Hypnotherapy is such a gentle treatment that it can be very helpful for nervous children with problems and symptoms such as irrational fears, phobias, exam worries, eating habits or many other problems that kids may encounter.