If the only thing standing between you and an empowering Spiritual Hypnosis session is your fear of the process of hypnosis, it’s time to put those fears to rest and delve deeper into what the process of hypnosis is and what it isn’t.
Our fear of hypnosis often originates from the popular and often wrongful depiction of the process, typically how it is portrayed in the media. Hypnosis does not mean losing control. It is a state of trance, from which the subject can snap out at will. Hypnosis is not akin to being unconscious or even asleep. More importantly, hypnosis does not mean that the practitioner can control the subject’s mind. Even in the state of trance, there is no taking away from the subject’s sense of morality or right and wrong.
What hypnosis actually entails is setting aside the conscious part of your mind and delving into the subconscious. Hypnosis simply heightens your mental state where you have an increased sense of focus and a relaxed physical presence.
Spiritual hypnosis goes a long way in freeing you of your limiting beliefs and in turn facilitating the liberation of beliefs into your life. This is achieved not just by making a journey into past lives but also by exploring the soul’s existence in between lives. Not only does this result in connecting you with your soul self, it gives you a great sense of healing as you often find answers to a whole lot of fears and anxieties plus a framework to examine existential questions.
Another popular myth about spiritual hypnosis is that the facilitator tells you who were in your past lives, where you were etc. Nothing could be further from the truth. While the facilitator may prompt you so that you can explore details, it is the subject who always gives the answers, as clearly it is he who is in control of the session.
Perhaps it’s about time you broke free of the patterns that were laid lifetimes ago and which you have been habitually following to date. With Spiritual hypnosis, comes immense realization, learning and most importantly an opportunity for the soul to progress on its spiritual journey.