Learn Self Hypnosis Easily
Download my Learn Self Hypnosis audio recording to quickly and easily learn self hypnosis.
Use the power of your unconscious mind to improve any aspect of your life.
To become an expert in self-hypnosis you can listen to the recording as many times as you wish.
Length: 20 minutes
Learn Self Hypnosis Easily
My Learn Self Hypnosis audio download will teach you how to easily enter and exit hypnosis at your own command.
This Learn Self Hypnosis audio download will teach you the art of creating your own suggestions so you can improve any aspect of your life.
You will have an opportunity to practice self-hypnosis with me guiding you through the process, and then you will have an opportunity to easily take yourself into hypnosis.
You can listen to the Learn Self Hypnosis audio recording as many times as you wish so that you can become an expert in self-hypnosis.
Using this Learn Self Hypnosis download can help you unlock the power of your unconscious mind.
You can download and listen to this hypnosis audio recording on your computer or smartphone.
What is Self Hypnosis?
Self-hypnosis is a technique that allows you to induce a state of hypnosis in yourself, without the help of a therapist.
At the start of self-hypnosis, you relax your body and mind and then enter into hypnosis.
Once in hypnosis, you make positive suggestions, and visualise any desired outcomes or behaviours you really want, or simply focus on specific positive thoughts or goals.
The purpose of self-hypnosis is to help you tap into your unconscious mind so that you can remove those negative thought patterns or behaviours that are holding you back, and replace them with more positive thoughts and behaviours that will make you happier.
You can practice self-hypnosis for various reasons, including reducing stress and anxiety, improving self-confidence, enhancing performance, and promoting better sleep.
What research has shown the effectiveness of self-hypnosis?
There have been many studies that have demonstrated the effectiveness of self-hypnosis.
Here are just a few examples:
Anxiety and stress reduction: A study published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis found that self-hypnosis significantly reduced anxiety and stress in individuals who practised it regularly.
Pain management: A meta-analysis of 18 studies published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis found that self-hypnosis was an effective technique for reducing pain in various conditions, including chronic pain and acute pain during medical procedures.
Smoking cessation: A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis found that self-hypnosis was an effective intervention for smoking cessation, with a success rate of 27% at 12 months post-treatment.
Weight loss: A study published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology found that self-hypnosis was effective in promoting weight loss in overweight and obese individuals.
Insomnia: A study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that self-hypnosis improved sleep quality and reduced insomnia symptoms in individuals with chronic insomnia.
Overall, these studies suggest that self-hypnosis can be a useful tool for a range of conditions and behaviours. However, it’s important to note that self-hypnosis should always be practiced under the guidance of a trained professional, especially for individuals with pre-existing medical or mental health conditions.
- Hammond, D. C. (2010). Hypnosis in the treatment of anxiety- and stress-related disorders. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics, 10(2), 263-273.
- Jensen, M.P. and Patterson, D.R., 2014. Hypnotic approaches for chronic pain management: clinical implications of recent research findings. American psychologist, 69(2), p.167.
- Barnes, J., Dong, C. Y., McRobbie, H., Walker, N., & Mehta, M. (2010). Hypnotherapy for smoking cessation. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (10)
- Kirsch, I., & Irving, R. (1993). Controlled treatment of obesity by hypnosis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 64(3), 517-519
- Cordi, M. J., Schlarb, A. A., Rasch, B., & Rasch, M. T. (2014). Deepening sleep by hypnotic suggestion. Sleep, 37(6), 1143-1152. doi: 10.5665/sleep.3778
- Do not stop taking any prescribed medication without first consulting your doctor.
- Self-Hypnosis is not a cure but a helpful and natural tool to help you improve your life.
- Do not use this recording if you have a personality disorder or are epileptic.
- Do not use it whilst driving or operating machinery.
- If you have any concerns you should speak to your medical doctor before using this recording.