Friday, July 18, 2014
The deeper that you move into trance, the more your brain is emptied into mindlessness. The corridors of your mind are then reprogrammed with new words, thoughts, and feelings that align with your devotion to Mistress Amethyst
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Nevertheless, I'm pleased to see meditation becoming more publically accepted. Even the Mayo Clinic, NIH and webmd are spouting the benefits. Well, it's about bloody time.
Anyone who has worked with me over the years will tell you that part of my overall introduction and continuing training is at least 10 minutes a day of daily meditation.
So what has it got to do with hypnosis? Do you not yet see that meditation IS hypnosis? Let me spell out the correlation in case you still haven't gotten it: Meditation uses techniques to promote relaxation. These techniques still the body and quiet the mind with one of the ultimate goals being a sense of overall peace and well-being. In this quiet and relaxed state, one is open and accepting to new ideas and suggestions. Sound familiar?
Let's take it one step further to guided meditation. Meditation with a voice guiding you, speaking directly to you to influence your meditative experience. Often times, with a guide, your meditation can be a fuller, richer and even more beneficial.
This is the same with hypnosis, is it not? Before ALL of my sessions, I do remind you that "all hypnosis is self hypnosis". Certainly you see the parallels now.
Yes, you can hypnotize yourself, and deeply so... but you can go much further and deeper with a guide. 1 out of 5 people are easily hypnotized and open to suggestions when in a hypnotic state. Easily influenced under the right circumstances.
We all reach a state of trance to some degree throughout every day of our lives.... reaching a destination but not remembering the drive getting there ... being totally engrossed in a book or TV program and not hearing someone call your name. You're focused. Completely focused on one thing and one thing only. Your conscious mind goes into automatic pilot.
The key in both meditation and hypnosis is focusing - completely. Being still, relaxed and open and quieting your mind. Becoming so completely immersed in the moment that you have no sense of time or space. You can do this alone or with the sound of another person's voice as your guide.
Practice it for yourself. 10 minutes a day (to start). Still your body and quiet your mind.
Trust me, once this becomes part of your routine, you will not want to ever give it up. It's that good. It's that real. And it's that beneficial on so many levels. I'd like to hear your experiences with self hypnosis and meditation. Email me and I'll post your responses next week.
This article was written by Lady Inamorata and appeared originally on March 16, 2014 at LadyInamorata.com
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