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Self-Hypnosis Techniques

Within each of us there lies the power to transform our lives, increase the spiritual richness of our existence, and bring about positive changes in our situation through the effects of positive visualization. All too often, this creative, trans formative power is locked away in a corner of our minds, imprisoned behind the stresses, tensions, or petty annoyances with which our thoughts are bombarded every day in this hectic modern world. Fortunately, however, there is a key that allows us to unlock this ‘door’ and set our mental energies free, to bring us inner peace, and give us the inspiration to reach our dreams. That key is self-hypnosis techniques coupled with visualization techniques.

self-hypnosis techniques

Self-hypnosis is a way of putting yourself into a hypnotic state where your mind and spirit can relax, and you can eventually begin to focus on positive visualization without outside distractions. The meditative techniques of countless religions and cultures have incorporated elements of self-hypnosis within their rituals.  Beginning with the 19th-century Scottish surgeon James Braid, who claimed to have cured his rheumatism with it, many doctors and scientists have realized the effectiveness of self-hypnosis.


The practice of self-hypnosis is fairly simple, but requires enough self-discipline to do it regularly, daily practice or at least on a weekly basis. If you are planning to gain the benefits of self-hypnosis, you should choose a time when you know you are likely to have free time for this mental exercise and be certain to adhere to this schedule, except in case of emergency. You should also carry out brief self-hypnoses at other times when you are undergoing exceptional stress, if you can find the opportunity to do so. It is also very helpful when you are about to handle some important matter.


Choosing a comfortable, quiet place, you should sit or lie down in such a way that you do not need to tense your muscles to remain in a comfortable position. Make sure that you do not slump when you relax. Dim light is usually considered best, and some people burn candles or incense to increase the soothing atmosphere. You then close your eyes and follow a routine of counting, with each ‘count’ being accompanied by a deeper relaxation. Once you are fully relaxed, you can immerse yourself in an imaginary inner sanctum, thus clearing yourself of tension, or you can engage in positive visualization to raise your emotional feeling and so elevate your vibration level to achieve your goals and desires.


Self-hypnosis is useful for relaxation, which in turn refreshes the mind. All the nattering stresses of daily life are smoothed away in the inner calm of self-hypnosis, letting your mind take a deep breath and regain its focus, vigor, and energy. The complete exclusion of the outside world is generally not possible, nor even necessary. You will still be aware of some sensory input. But the important thing is to clear your mind of distractions and replace them with the peace of the hypnotic state. Once you achieve this state, you will find that you emerge from your self-hypnosis sessions with your mental powers strengthened, your alertness sharpened, and your mood lifted.


These self-hypnosis techniques also help with your positive visualization sessions. In positive visualization, you replace the negative mental roadblocks of thinking about what you lack, with the positive, invigorating images of what you want. Release all thoughts of how can you achieve your goal, just focus on the goal itself, and let your creative imagination roam freely, so that your intuition can find the best course to pursue without interference from your conscious mind.


You then follow your “gut” feeling about what you should do next, trusting in your positive visualization to bring you to the desired result, while letting your instincts choose the exact course to follow. Self-hypnosis is an immense aid to this technique, creating an inward tranquility that allows powerful visualization and helps connect you with your subconscious mind to achieve your goals.



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8 Responses to “Self-Hypnosis Techniques”

  • Ansel says:

    This is just the detail I was searching for. I wish I’d discovered your web blog sooner.

  • i am also very interested to study hypnosis.:.

  • Kieran Adams says:

    hypnosis could be used on a lot of things like quitting cigarette smoking and confidence building.*’:

  • hilary says:

    Hi Riley,
    Anxiety attacks and depression are medical conditions which require professional medical treatment. Once the condition is alleviated, regular self hypnosis can assist the person to maintain their inner balance – similar to meditation.

    Thanks for your question, Riley.


  • Riley Carter says:

    Can hypnosis help in anxiety attacks and depression ?”:~

  • Beatriz Coleman says:

    thank you very much for this information, i am very interested in it

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