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What are your feelings about hypnosis?

July 28, 2012 by relax  
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Question by djzlyric: What are your feelings about hypnosis?
I am looking for anyone who has used hypnosis to quit smoking or recover from traumatic stress. How does it work?
Any comments and knowledge would be appreciated!!!

Best answer:

Answer by Adam R
My brothers therapist has used that in some of his treatment. I have to admit in his case it did do quite well in releasing stress and other in depth issues that may be surfacing as stress.

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Comments

4 Responses to “What are your feelings about hypnosis?”
  1. bmac says:

    I tried it for smoking. Waste of money. And everyone else I know that has tried it for various reasons has also said it was a complete waste.

    If you want to get through the traumatic stress, you need to see a therapist/counselor. And you have to want to get through it and you have to want to stop smoking. For yourself. Doing it for other people will not work.

  2. Prophet of disaster says:

    Hypnosis takes you to your “interiors” to a great extent even makes you explore your last life!! If your hypnotist is a capable person. Not all are hypno subjects. If you are a stubborn person it will not be possible to hypnotise you. Once hypnotised you can always be hypnotised.Be careful that your hypnotist is not a joker or a maniac or esle he can put you in trouble.

  3. kissybertha says:

    I don’t think you can really be hypnotized it is the power of suggestion.

  4. Tom R says:

    I have been using hypnosis since about 1945 to control asthma. I hope that that is high enough t o qualify for your definition. If not please try breathing through a soda straw for 5-10 minutes and re answer the question.
    I was certified as a hypnotist only a few years later and have used it as part of my job since then.
    Addictive behaviors are the hardest to deal with and have the highest rate of recidivism. Find a good practitioner and if you want it to work it probably will.

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