About this course
During the program, I use the term “unconscious mind.” That refers to any part of the mind you’re not fully aware of at that moment. According to experiments, the conscious mind is capable of attention on about 7 things at one time. Yet, it’s doing so much more. For instance, you may be humming a song as you’re walking down the street, but be unaware that you’re humming. When you type, you’re not necessarily conscious of each key you hit--but your unconscious mind is! That’s what I’m talking about.
We all go in and out of trance each day so it’s safe. However, there are those for whom it is not recommended to experience a formal trance without consent from their medical or mental health professional.
Mostly, the side effects of hypnosis are feelings of relaxation and well-being. A small percentage of people experience a headache or feelings of sluggishness upon emerging from trance. That’s usually a sign that they did not completely emerge. In that case, you can simply enter trance again and come out more slowly. The side effects of hypnosis are overwhelmingly positive, with similar effects to that of deep meditation. Many report that upon emerging, they feel like they’ve had a good night’s sleep!
I can't control what you think. If you decide that a tomato plant is telling you to give up your worldly possessions and join an accordion ensemble (or if you fixate on any other idea), that's your doing--not mine, nor is it the result of hypnosis. By using this site, you agree that you are responsible for your own thoughts and the consequences thereof.
Enjoy, Keith Livingston
What is hypnosis, and how does this natural state help you create the life you want?
Here we build the mental framework and skill, for you to be able to enter trance.
Your Self-Hypnosis Session
How to formulate and deliver hypnotic suggestionsf for yourself.
Links to help you record suggestions.
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