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How to Hypnotize Yourself Without Losing Your Mind by Wayne K. Perkins

How to Hypnotize Yourself Without Losing Your Mind

by Wayne K. Perkins

186 pages
Learn to hypnotize yourself and deliver life-changing suggestions by Wayne Perkins, clinical hypnotherapist and stage hypnotist. This self-hypnosis- training program includes many goal achievement techniques and strategies.

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Learn to hypnotize yourself and deliver life-changing suggestions by Wayne Perkins, clinical hypnotherapist and stage hypnotist. This self-hypnosis- training program includes many goal achievement techniques and strategies.

The following is an excerpt from How to Hypnotize Yourself Without Losing Your Mind

Question:Will I get stuck in hypnosis?

Answer:No, hypnosis is a state of concentration and consciousness not un-consciousness.

Question:Will I hear noises around me?

Answer:Yes, you will be aware of everything around you. You may, however, select to minimize other conversations or stimuli.

Question:How do I know when I am hypnotized?

Answer:You are conditioning yourself for hypnosis. Don't worry, just allow yourself to relax. All that is important are the results from hypnosis, not the process.

Question:What does it feel like?

Answer:It feels like whatever you want it to feel like. If you want to feel a tingling sensation all over your body, then that is what you will feel. If you want to feel warm or cold, you will feel warm or cold.

Question:Will I remember everything of the session?

Answer:You will remember everything. (Unless you fall asleep while practicing) Then you may remember only those suggestions given until you drifted off to sleep.

Question:How often should I practice self-hypnosis?

Answer:Practice it as often as you desire. Repetition helps you relax better each time. Repetition of positive suggestions even in the waking state will help you achieve your success achievement plan.

Question:Where can I find out more about the hypnotic condition?

Answer:Check out my FAQ's located on the Hypnosis Education Website. Also I have provide a list of resources in Appendix D of this book.

Objectives of Chapter 3

The major objectives of Chapter 3 are to teach you how to give yourself an hypnotic induction, record it on tape, and listen to the induction with maximum results. Its sounds like a lot to expect at this part in the book. However, remember that the best hypnotist in the world for your success, is you. Once you have accepted that statement in your subconscious, you will be able to achieve results you never believed possible.

Instructions for Your Self-hypnosis

Recording

Listen by yourself for the first few sessions. Do not tell anyone that you are going to work on a problem with self-hypnosis. Other people's views and misconceptions of hypnosis will come into play if others are brought in to the process at this phase. Let yourself have many positive experiences with self- hypnosis to share with your friends at a later date. Your success is the most important issue here, not the validation of your friends.

Remember that since your mind will be very alert during this exercise, you will be able to react to any emergency that is going on around you.

Practice this skill over and over. Repetition will help condition you faster. As you read the following script into your recording equipment, read in a slow, relaxed style. As you are reading the script into your recording device, you may notice how I say things like, "you are going deep asleep, or you will feel alive and alert." Record this exercise first exactly as written and then substitute, the word, "I' for you. Practice and see, which exercise you, enjoy best.

Use a new tape for each new induction. Label each tape to correspond with each Chapter. This is Chapter 3, Self-hypnosis Conditioning, Eyes Open Method. Side B of the tape may be labeled Eyes Open Method with "I."

If you fall asleep during the exercise, don't worry. Practice sitting in a less comfortable chair next time. You were probably just a little too relaxed as you lay on your bed.

As you read the hypnosis conditioning script into your recorder, pause for 3 seconds each time you see the (Pause) cue.

Self-hypnosis Induction 1: Eyes Open

Method

Always remember that ALL hypnosis is self-hypnosis! You are always in control. You have all the power necessary to make positive changes in your own life. You may have found out already in life that you also have the power to make all the negative changes in your life. Let's focus on the positive changes.

Find an area in your home or place of work where you can have about 10 minutes to yourself. That's right, only 10 minutes are needed in your quest for a successful induction at this point. After practicing this exercise many times, you may reduce the time to only one or two minutes. Now read the following words into a recording device. Read very, very slowly. Pretend that you are tired as you read this exercise and you will react in a relaxed, sleepy, manner. You will find yourself empathetic to your own voice. You may want to print out this page for future reference. Whenever you see the (Pause) cue, pause for 3 seconds, then go ahead and read again. Let your body relax for a few moments before continuing to record.

BEGINNING OF EXERCISE

Sit up in a comfortable chair or lie on a couch or a bed with your hands resting in your lap or by your side and take three slow deep breaths. Each time you inhale, focus on filling your lungs with clean, fresh air. (Pause)

 

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About the Author
Wayne K. Perkins Wayne Perkins is a stage hypnotist and clinical hypnotherapist from Phoenix, Arizona with over 20 years experience teaching self-hypnosis. In addition to this book Wayne is the author of How To Hypnotize Your Lover To Awaken A Sleepy Relationship and How to Hypnotize People and Other Living Things.

 

 

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