More Hypnosis And Meditation Guidelines
5. Hypnosis could be viewed as experiencing something with your senses that’s not really there. When you close your eyes and imagine something, you’re hypnotized. When you relive a conversation in your head, you’re hypnotized. How much time do you think you spend hypnotized each day?
6. Hypnosis is more outcome oriented. Hypnosis is often undertaken to solve a challenge or to enhance performance. Hypnosis is used to get over a trauma, increase self-esteem, lose weight, or quit smoking. It’s directed at a specific outcome. Meditation isn’t normally applied in this way.
7. Hypnosis is aimed at the subconscious. It’s believed that hypnosis works around the conscious mind and influences the subconscious. It’s easier to address the subconscious while the conscious mind is otherwise occupied.
8. Hypnosis is considered an altered state. Your perception of reality is flawed because your mind is in another place.
• On the other hand, meditation seeks to eliminate everything except the truth. All opinions, beliefs, and preconceptions are dropped. Nothing remains but mental stillness.
In spite of these basic differences, there are actually many kinds of meditation, some of which could be considered similar to hypnosis.
If you’re interested in learning more about either, both techniques can be learned on your own. There are many books, audio programs and video programs available. As with anything else, a great teacher can be helpful.
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You already spend a portion of your day in a hypnotic state. Put it to work! Take control of the trances you enter each day.
Consider adding meditation and hypnosis to your self-improvement activities. Meditation and hypnosis are simple, but require practice. There’s no better time than the present to get started.