Brief and clear article describing the principles on which hypnosis functions and its effect on our beliefs (“thoughts“: the way we think about ourselves and the world around us), emotions (“reactions”: the way we feel) and behaviour (“actions”: the way we behave, the way we use our bodies and do things every day).
This very clear and methodical way of conceptualizing our lives and existence offers us the opportunity to identify and/or modify our current beliefs, emotions and/or actions if we choose to do so. It presents an example of behavioural and cognitive behavioural therapies (CBT) working together combined with the effect of hypnosis. The combination of those therapies under the effect of hypnosis offers the possibility of the new, desired beliefs, emotions and behaviours becoming integrated into our subconscious mind in a more effective manner. Read the whole article at Examiner.com by clicking here. June 22, 2013 by Tami Jackson, RevampShebang.com
Extract: “HOW HYPNOTHERAPY WORKS: Any time you or I experience something, we react to it on emotional, cognitive and sometimes physical levels. Our reactions get stored in our brains as memory. So the next time something similar happens, we react in the same way we did before without having to think about it. Our behavior becomes automatic.
That is, unless we examine our behavior, cognitively, emotionally, as is done under hypnotic trance, and really change the cellular memory of stimulus-response phenomena.”…