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Is hypnosis really effective in boosting self-confidence?

March 22, 2014 by relax  
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Question by twinkling_haze: Is hypnosis really effective in boosting self-confidence?
Hi.. I nid answers frm any1 hu has tried hypnosis for improved self-image…. I have downloaded several hypnosis music and b4 I lend my ears to dem, i rili want 2 know how effective they are…….


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Answer by Hbj
o my goodness i hope so. my self esteem is so low.. i want to know too!
sorry i cant be more help…

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4 Responses to “Is hypnosis really effective in boosting self-confidence?”
  1. mm200404 says:

    Hypnosis can be really effective, but only if you want it to be. The brain can be very open to suggestion when you are relaxed and let it be so. But it won’t work if you doubt it. Trust it to work, and it probably will. – it’s been shown in several studies for obesity and smoking as well.

  2. Lawrence says:

    Hypnosis can be very effective to change limiting beliefs and behaviors. However, you need to be selective about the tools you use.Ultimately, the best way is to practice self hypnosis and to customize suggestions in a way that works for you. Check out for some useful info.

  3. canada_winnipeg_man says:

    Hypnosis can be a powerful ally in the treatment of many conditions because it harnesses the power of the mind to modify behavior and help the body heal itself.
    Clinical hypnotherapy can be a complementary treatment for serious illness as well as a treatment for reducing stress, modifying negative behavior (like smoking), dealing with chronic pain, boosting self-confidence and exploring one’s awareness of self.

    As with any serious undertaking, it is important to explore all of the available options. Hypnotherapists often specialize in particular areas of treatment, so research is necessary to find a practitioner who is suited to helping you achieve your specific goals. it’s also important to have a positive connection to a therapist in order to gain the best results from treatment. Sometimes it may be necessary to try two or three therapists to find a good match.

    Sessions last up to an hour and are generally composed of a combination of exercises that help you focus, followed by visualization techniques and suggestions. There is no pain involved, and the experience is non-threatening and relaxing.

    The number of sessions required will vary depending on the subject and the type of therapy involved. Some patients are very easy to hypnotize, and a small percentage of the population cannot be hypnotized at all.

    There are many circumstances in which you can achieve your goals using self-directed hypnosis. This will usually consist of individualized training by a practitioner, or an instructional tutorial contained on a CD or DVD. Sometimes individualized training and an audio transcript for reference purposes will be employed.

    Some practice is usually necessary in order to learn to use self-hypnosis successfully, but the convenience of a self-directed program can be worth the effort. From the safety and convenience of your home you can use the power of your mind in boosting self-confidence.
    A serious commitment to therapy is important to success, and developing a solid, relaxed, and trusting relationship with your therapist, if you have one, is important too.

    Hypnosis is being used to treat of a wide variety of ailments of both the mind and body, and new uses for this technique are being discovered every year. Hypnosis has the advantage of being a non-invasive alternative or complementary treatment for many conditions like boosting self-confidence.
    Either used alone or in combination with other therapies, hypnosis is a powerful and effective clinical tool whose uses are only now being fully explored.

    take care as always!

  4. billy says:

    Yes hypnosis is very good for this sort of problem.

    Vote for me!!

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