A Hypnotist Can’t Fix The World.
Let you see? Oh yes. Because unless you are absolutely ready, you won’t get much (if anything) out of hypnosis.
You have to be prepared. And not in a good hypnotic subject kind of way. This post assumes that you already have the necessary characteristics. The kind of readiness that will be discussed here has to do with your ability to get real.
Because if you can’t, you’re better off not being hypnotized at all.
These need to be your answers before you have live hypnotherapy sessions with someone.
Yes! I hold the problem.
This is not the loveliest of truths. It is one that must be faced. Unless you admit that you are broken, you have no hope of being fixed. Therapy cannot change the world. It can only change you.
Yes! I know what my problem is.
If all you know is that you are sad, or angry, or lazy, that’s not going to give a trance professional a lot with which to work. You’d be better off watching a well-crafted hypnosis video. The general posthypnotic suggestions you’ll get from it will help you start to feel better. When you’re able to see exactly why you are unhappy, you’ll be able to say…
Yes! I can see the details of my problem.
Posthypnotic suggestions can help you best if you know why you feel or act the way you do. These hints can be very direct instructions to your subconscious mind. The best hypnosis clients (affiliate link) are ones who know exactly what is wrong, but can’t fix it on their own.
The most important one of all: Yes! I am ready to be honest.
People who are ready to become very honest and intimate about their issues are the ones who will make the best subjects. That’s hard. You might feel like it’s impossible. Over the next several weeks, I’m going to give you posts on how to take steps to get there.
Want to know if you are ready to get the most out of a one-on-one session? Chat me up in a reply.
Get more tips on what you should expect of a hypnotist from Jer Grafsgaard on YouTube.