Hypnosis is a state of our mind where we are involved in focusing on one thing and reduce the concentration in our surroundings and enhance the capacity to respond to suggestion given by the master.
During hypnosis the out source of distraction is blocked and is concentrated intensely on a particular thought /memory. During which a person is said to have heightened focus and concentration.
Hypnotic induction is a name for the process of inducing a person into hypnotic state, which can be done in various ways and methods.
Types of Hypnosis
Therapeutic Hypnosis: hypnosis used for therapeutic purpose.
Stage hypnosis: Hypnosis used to entertain audience (to demonstrate the person of sub conscious mind and to entertain people)
During hypnosis the individual replies/respond only to communication of the hypnotist and ignores all environmental aspect until and unless the hypnotist says/asks something about the surrounding
The subject can be made to experience all the sensory like see, feel, smell, hear without any external stimuli in accordance with the suggestion of the hypnotist.
The hypnotist can also change/alter the memory. Mental status and awareness, so the effect of hypnosis is not limited to the physical changes, but the mental changes can also be changed.
- Hypnosis is used for betterment/achievement of.
- Fear, phobia and anxiety
- Sleep disorders
- Grief and loss
- Memory and concentration