Hypnosis FAQs

The hypnotherapist has total control over your mind. FALSE
You are in control at all times in hypnosis. When you are hypnotized, you are aware of all suggestions given to you and will not do anything against your moral or ethical principles (despite what you may have seen in stage shows of hypnosis). You can open your eyes and bring yourself out at anytime you wish.

Some people can not be hypnotized. FALSE
Everyone can be hypnotized if they want to be. Some may take a little longer to relax, but everyone can achieve a certain level of hypnosis.

You won’t remember anything. FALSE
You should hear everything that is going on. If you zone out or go to sleep, then you may want to take a look at the possibility that you are avoiding the issue you are being hypnotized for. Occasionally a person might choose to selectively forget certain facts for a time and then bring them up later when they are more ready.

If you can hear everything, then you were not hypnotized. FALSE
You must hear everything or how can you follow the hypnotherapist guidance? While levels of awareness may shift to some degree, you will still be aware of the hypnotist’s voice.

You can remain permanently stuck in hypnosis. FALSE
No one has ever been stuck in hypnosis, but some people do enjoy the deeply relaxed state so much they don’t want to come out, but it is impossible to remain in hypnosis.

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