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You Can Be Your Own Hypnotist!!

27 Oct 2016

Reap the benefits of Self-Hypnosis

Hypnosis: A Naturally-occurring State Forget about what you might have thought hypnosis is! It is more than just the Hollywood-touted staring at a dangling pocket watch or a sparkling trinket of any sort.

In fact, hypnosis is a natural occurring state of mind we all experience many times in the course of the day:

  • When you are not aware of the passage of time when you watch a good movie or read a good book.

  • When you walk into a room and not able to put your finger on why you are there in the first place.

  • When you are ‘in the zone’ during a ball game and only notice you got some bruises and bumps after.

That’s right, the hypnotic state occurs when we are in a focused state of attention. When properly harnessed, it is a valuable tool that you can use to alleviate stress, manage your thoughts and drive your goals.

Challenge of Modern Day Living

These days, we see more and more people turning to hypnotherapy to help them get over past emotional issues, deal with stress and overcome undesirable behaviour habits or patterns.

Let’s face the fact: if they can deal with all of those challenges consciously, logically they would have mustered all the resource they think they can get their hands on and be done with it.

There is a growing awareness that a lot of internal resources are left untapped and therefore under-ultilised. And speaking of the internal aspect, these people are also projecting their fear, anger, guilt and sadness from the numerous programming of experience from the past.

Untapped internal resources and past emotional baggage are like balls and chains, slowing or even pegging them to the spot from moving ahead effectively. Unresolved emotions have been found to be linked with ailments like allergy, skin disease and even cancer.

Hypnosis helps So seeing a hypnotist can help you unlock unrealised potentials giving you an edge moving ahead. It can also lighten your load by freeing you from old emotions that are not relevant anymore. Imagine what more you can achieve and the peace of mind you can have!

To book a session, please contact: Nancy at +65 91868062

You can be your own Hypnotist Many will not ever consider seeing a hypnotherapist simply because they do not want to be in therapy. They are not comfortable with revealing their deepest feelings with a relative stranger. Even more so, they are not aware that they need to deal with some of the issues they have.

For the former, Self-hypnosis does not require the presence of another person, you are entirely on your own and working through your issues in the comfort and privacy of your own mind.

For the latter, ask yourself: “Will the ability to relieve stress and achieve deep relaxation be something I can benefit from?” You bet!!

Along cometh 7th Path Self-Hypnosis At The Pathlight Centre, we run a series of workshop for autohypnosis.

Self Hypnosis gives you benefits almost akin to that of working with an actual hypnotherapist with the added advantage of total privacy. It can help with and not limited to:

  • Stress Relief

  • Deep Relaxation

  • Increase Focus and Attention Span

  • Deal with Toxic Emotions

  • Improve Sleep Quality

  • Change behavioural patterns that have been hindering your success

  • Manage childhood issues leading to low self-esteem and relationship challenges

  • Realise untapped potentials

  • Align your belief to who you really are

The 7th Path Advantage A renowned master hypnotherapist, Calvin D Banyan, developed 7th Path Self-hypnosis from his hypnotherapy methodology 5-PATH (5-phase Advanced Transformational Hypnosis).

It is unique and sets itself apart from other self-hypnosis techniques, often just Direct Drive or visualisation. It employs emotional resonance and contemplative tendencies of the mind to achieve holistic benefits for the practitioner that goes beyond what traditional self-hypnosis can attain. It has four big advantages:

  • Mind-Body-Spirit

  • Insight Therapy

  • Affect (or Emotion)-based

  • Deprogramming (of old unuseful and irrelevant patterns)

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