Using Hypnotherapy to Increase Self-Image and Confidence

by Raggi on December 16, 2010

Lack of confidence and self-esteem can distress your life in a many ways. In its most acute figure, lack of confidence can make you hesitant to connect with people and socialize or even enter into circumstances that require interaction with other people. If lack of self confidence is impacting on your life and beginning to take a toll on you, consider trying the art of Hypnotism to bring out a new you.

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is basically a process of repressing the mind so that the sub-conscious mind can be brought out of its shell. Converse to popular belief, one is not asleep or unconscious to actuality while in hypnosis. As a matter of fact, you will be in a sensitive state of consciousness while focusing on the voice of your therapist. This also permits the sub-conscious mind to be awakened completely. While you are in this state of consciousness, it becomes relatively easier for your hypnotherapist to give you advice, which you may consciously accept. This is key reason why hypnotism can be successful in transforming thought patterns.

How can Hypnotism improve self-esteem and confidence?

Hypnotherapy is commonly viewed as a type of psychiatric therapy, which aspires to modify thought progression from within the mind. For this reason, hypnotherapy can be effectively used to treat a variety of self confidence and self esteem related issues such as fear, negativity, introvert behaviour, etc. For the therapy to be successful, you need to be particularly keen and optimistic to transform your attitude. However, if you are reluctant and apprehensive about the treatment, there are chances that it might not be effective on you.

If the idea of hypnotherapy interests you, and you are apprehensive to visit a specialized therapist, it is possible and advisable to learn the art of hypnotism. This can be particularly important as you need to be capable of putting yourself in a state of farthest relaxation that is similar to meditation.

It can be challenging to obstruct the negative and pessimistic thoughts, which is why if you have never experienced hypnotherapy, it is recommended to have at least one sitting with a practised and proficient therapist before you learn the art of self hypnotism, so that you can get acquainted with the sensation of undergoing hypnosis. Without a prior experience, it may be difficult for you to know if you are in a profound state of relaxation for self-hypnosis to work effectively.

Contact me if you are interested in a hypnotherapy session.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Lisa December 21, 2010 at 6:24 am

Nice info about Hypnotherapy.

2 Raggi January 4, 2011 at 3:01 pm

Hi Lisa
Many Thanks for your response

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