Troubleshooting 3 Common Hypnosis Challenges
What I love about hypnosis is that everyone experiences it a little bit differently. We all respond to it in our own individual ways. Some may view that as a roadblock for the hypnotherapist, but for me it’s a fun challenge to overcome. Also, it’s proof that we’re all different, with different desires and passions and triggers. It’s what makes us unique!
With that being said, there are some common hypnosis challenges that may require a different approach if you’re not getting the experience you want.
Let’s look at some of these challenges and how to troubleshoot them.
1) I’m falling asleep.
This is understandable, because sessions are designed for deep relaxation. (Also, remember that it’s a natural brainwave state, just prior to sleep – so dozing off can happen when you’re deeply relaxed.)
If you’re falling asleep during sessions, the first thing you need to ask yourself is: Is this actually a bad thing?
Even when you’re asleep, the subconscious mind is always picking up its surroundings. I’ve had many clients who still experience successful changes even if they fall asleep. If you’re falling asleep, you simply need to evaluate how you’re responding after the session. How do you feel? Are you experiencing changes in the area of your goals, even if slightly? If so, then there’s likely nothing to worry about here.
However, if you’re not sure or would prefer not to fall asleep, one simple solution is changing your position. Sit straight up with your legs on the floor, rather than lying down. Or, try a position that’s not comfortable enough for you to drift into sleep.
2) I’m having trouble entering trance.
First, rest assured that everyone is able to enter trance (yes, including you!) but it comes more naturally to some beginners than others.
Remember that trance is a natural state. You’re still aware of what’s happening – the sensation is a bit like feeling “zoned out,” and that’s what allows your subconscious to come to the surface.
If you’re still having trouble entering that state, you may benefit from the addition of affirmations prior to your sessions. Affirmations are like a warm up. They typically consist of positive, empowering statements that you internalize about yourself or repeat out loud.
Affirmations work so well because they affirm the positive things you already know to be true, which can then be connected to things you subconsciously desire.
3) I’m not making enough progress.
Remember that hypnosis is a powerful method for progressing toward a personal goal. So, a crucial first step, before you get started, is setting the right goal. What do you want to get out of it?
But if you’re still having trouble making progress, it could be that you’re being held back by old programming that is distorting your sense of reality. A basic example of this is feeling unworthy or undeserving, based on old beliefs, experiences or things you’ve been taught.
Affirmations can help with this as well, but if you’re still not making enough progress, you may want to consider personalized sessions or live phone sessions. This will allow the hypnotherapist to connect with you on a more personal level and cater the session to your needs.
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